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March 25, 2013 7:22 PM

F1 » 'Raw' Webber considering quitting?

@MPCdawk - Unregistered March 24, 2013 11:29 PM 'Mark may actually be faster than petal, as he does weigh 14kg more, which would equate to about 3 tenths of a second time disadvantage per lap. Unless of course Mark's RB is lighter than petal's?' Ignorance of the rules, an F1 car has a minimum weight of 642 kg including the driver, fluids and on-board cameras.


March 25, 2013 6:17 PM

F1 » Massa: I can't say I'm satisfied with fifth

@rob01 The idea that Vettel would risk his rear wing being damaged is ridiculous. Front wings can easily be changed, rear wings take 10 minutes. Far more likely is that vettel didn't feel he could put the power down at that point due to the track being wet and so was slow. Sounds like Alonso chatting ****e. Remember last season when he said it was Raikkonen's fault he crashed out saying Raikkonnen should have lifted and given him room. As if he EVER would have lifted off himself.


March 25, 2013 4:19 PM

F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Sebastian Vettel - right or wrong?

If Rosberg had passed Lewis, would everyone be crying foul saying Hamilton was 'defenceless because he was on fuel saving' so Rosberg was a dirty cheat like people are claiming Mark was 'defenceless because he turned down his engine' and so Seb is a dirty cheat? Mark and Seb were fighting for 3 laps, please don't tell me that Mark never thought to turn his engine up in that time. If he didn't, he is an idiot. Truth is that they should never have agreeements like this in the first place. That's why Vettel is the villain here, because he broke the agreement that should never have been made. Purely for the entertainment value, I'm glad he broke it. No changes in the top 4 for the last 10 laps or so is ridiculous.


March 25, 2013 3:57 PM

F1 » Rosberg: Remember this one!

It doesn't matter if Hamilton was on fuel saving, fact was Rosberg had been more economical and had the fuel to burn and therefore was faster, whereas Hamilton had burnt more fuel and therefore had to drive slower. Maybe Hamiltons faster in even cars, but the cars wern't even at this point. Were they were on different teams, would you refuse to pass the person in front because they're only slow because they're only fuel saving? Rubbish. If I were Nico, I would argue I drove more economically and it was Lewis' Engineers that made the mistake not Nico's Engineers, so why should Nico's side of the garage be punished?

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