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Webbertron

February 21, 2015 3:27 AM
Last Edited 188 days ago

F1 » Ferrari will supply Manor-Marussia with 2014 engines


I really want to see this team back on the F1 grid. They earnt points last year, which was a highlight of the whole season for me, and they deserve their prize money for that alone. I've said this time and time again, F1 needs small teams like this. The current state of the sport though, shows how difficult it is for a small team to have fun as a racing team and bring up new talent. It shouldn't have to be this hard and expensive for a team to enter F1. Something's gotta change, things cannot stay the same.

Webbertron

February 17, 2015 11:46 PM
Last Edited 191 days ago

F1 » The future of F1: HAVE YOUR SAY


- Twin turbo V10's (ok N/A V10's would do too) WITH blown diffuser's. - Bigger grid, 22-28 cars. - No DRS. - KERS is alright because everybody has equal useage and can choose when to use it. - Big fat rear tyres. - No fuel restrictions. - Cheaper tickets for the fans. - None of these politically correct interviews, let the drivers have personality, let them swear, let them party. - No restrictions on cigerette or alcohol advertising, if a company has enough money and wants to sponsor an F1 team let them do it.

Webbertron

January 12, 2015 8:44 AM

F1 » McLaren to launch on January 29


Fullofit: And do you think F1 team colours and livery come from the drivers sponsors? Really? Jenson & Johnny Walker ... HAHAHAHAHA! Kids ...
Nobody said that the drivers sponsors are solely in-charge of the livery of the cars. However if you look at the Randstad, Johnny Walker, Blackberry, Santander, and Venezuela logo's you will notice they are all exactly the same on the F1 car as their official logo. Do you honestly think that the companies spending millions of dollars sponsoring a driver/team don't have a say in what colour their car is painted?


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