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bobsmyname

March 17, 2014 11:48 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Australian Grand Prix


I agree, the lack of noise was appalling! While the race itself wasn't terrible, it certainly seemed a lot less exciting that perhaps it would have been had the screaming noise we all love had been present. It just sort of lost something without the noise! As far as I'm concerned, this is an issue that needs to be addressed far more urgently than tyres or DRS concerns! F1 NEEDS noise!!!

bobsmyname

March 16, 2014 4:34 PM

F1 » Horner blames FIA for fuel flow issue


I'm no fan of RedBull, but this stinks to high heaven. Exactly how they can be found guilty based on the readings from a component that the FIA themselves have deemed faulty is beyond me! Yes, they were advised to slow the fuel flow down, but that was based on readings from the dodgy sensor. Why should they run lean simply because the FIA equipment is wrong? The next thing you know the FIA will acknowledge that their weighing scales are wrong but proceed to penalize teams for having under weight cars after weighing them on said scales. Why don't the FIA do everyone a favour and just scrap the stupid flow regulation? Give the teams 100kg of fuel and let them spend it how they like!

bobsmyname

March 16, 2014 6:35 PM

F1 » Rosberg comfortably wins season-opener


CaterhamFan1: Congrats to Magnussen, that was an epic drive.
Whilst I'm a McLaren fan and a huge Button fan, I have to admit being in a bit of a pickle - I want to see Button win and do well, but at the same time I like Magnussen and want to see him do well also. During the race I was cheering Button on to catch and overtake Magnussen, at the same time as hoping that he wouldn't for Magnussen's sake! lol Great effort from Magnussen in his F1 debut, he did a great job. However, with all that in mind, I think it's a stretch too far to call it an epic drive. He started 4th and finished 3rd - nice work for a rookie, but not really in the realms of 'epic' is it?

bobsmyname

March 17, 2014 7:00 AM

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP


107SS2009: Bob read carefully before you waste any more blab and space on here, RBR were warned during the race that their fuel flow was too high and were given the opportunity to reduce the flow to within the limit, they chose not to.
Unsurprisingly, you're missing the point. They were advised thst their fuel flow was too high - BASED ON READINGS FROM A DODGY SENSOR! All teams are ONLY required to abide by the regulations. If those regulations are enforced using faulty equipment, then the regulations are not being enforced. If you were given a speeding fine for doing 1000mph, would you accept it simply because that was the reading the radar gun gave you? More to the point, would you accept it if right before giving you the fine the police told you the radar gun was faulty? What part of that is too hard for you to comprehend? How bout engaging your brain before wasting any more blab space here.

bobsmyname

March 16, 2014 6:41 PM

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP


I am NOT a RedBull fan, but am really struggling to accept (as apparently are RedBull) that they have been penalised based on the readings of a component that the FIA readily admits to being faulty and giving high readings. I'm sorry, but am I missing something? Dear RedBull, You know that dodgy fuel flow sensor that we both agree is faulty and giving high readings? Well, during the race it told us that you were using a higher amount of fuel than you are allowed. Therefore you are hereby disqualified from the results. Kind Regards, The *****s at the FIA

bobsmyname

March 17, 2014 8:44 AM

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP


@richard and Sunny First of all, you know nothing of my knowledge of engines, power units or anything else. Second of all, that is all irrelevant, as this is not a technical debate. So take a breath sunny and get off your high horse and stop being so pretentious! Go and try to baffle someone else with your irrelevant technical knowledge. Thirdly richard, you are wrong - RedBull DID NOT fit their own sensor. The sensor that was on the car was the one they had fitted during FP1 - the one homologated by the FIA. Fourthly, RedBull don't CLAIM anything about the sensor - read the stewards findings point 4 - they agreed that the sensor was giving false readings. Finally, I'm not spouting any BS or 'blabbing' as sunny likes to call it. The facts are simple - the FIA admit the sensor was faulty but yet penalise RedBull when said sensor tells them that RedBull are using high fuel. What is it hard to understand that this is not an open and shut case? See my example re the speeding fin

bobsmyname

March 16, 2014 10:43 AM

F1 » Rosberg comfortably wins season-opener


kimired: Come end of season and the gap is the same between Mercedes and the rest and we have a Lewis or Nico as champion then obvious you would have to say it was the car. I find most F1 fans are not bias maybe apart from the Jenson supporters. :)
You are kidding right? The Brawn was the faster car (just) for only 6-7 races and by usually never more than a couple of tenths and all we hear to this day still is how Button only won because the Brawn was 1-2 seconds faster than the rest. Button fans are biased? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!


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