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theoldgitspeaks

June 21, 2015 12:17 PM

F1 » Alonso: There is a temptation to stop on lap one…


I have lost my patience and interest in F1, it has become a farce with stupid rules for tyres etc and no development allowed unless you spend a coupon or whatever. The top four teams have budgets so huge that it renders the rest of the field also rans, The technology is far too complicated and adds nothing to the racing and the random penalties such as those imposed on Alonso and Button are beyond funny. I like to hope that someday soon they will wakeup and do something sensible like allowing testing and development at all times, doing away with all driver aids, allowing a choice of dry,wet and intermediate tyres that can be used as you like, using more powerful conventional engines and finally freeing up the rules so that we get some variation in design and not a collection of clones droning round in line astern because they can't overtake or because they are using too much petrol, Am I mad?I don't think so and I don't think anything will change, F1 will dig it's own grave and the cr

theoldgitspeaks

June 23, 2015 1:39 PM

F1 » Honda not ready to supply second F1 team


I don't think that any team is seriously contemplating using Honda power-plants. Why would anybody want the least powerful most unreliable unit on the grid? As Sasha A says they will never catch because they can't get any testing and their unreliability means they will incur more and more penalties. In addition Mclaren have seen fit to do a major upgrade on the car when both drivers had commented that the car was good to drive, it rather suggests someone has been telling porkies and attempting to cover up the fact that McLaren have produced another dud chassis. I'm not a betting man but if I was I would put good money on this venture being wound up sooner rather then later, Honda walked away before when they did not become competitive saying it was too expensive to continue and I rather thing this latest venture is costing far more money with even less likelihood of success. Alonso and Button must be at wit's end.

theoldgitspeaks

June 22, 2015 4:38 PM

F1 » Button woeful weekend over in just two laps


JuJitsoup:
theoldgitspeaks: £6M for the number of laps he has completed this season, I would say that was pretty good pay!
Pay is one thing but tbh it's not like he needs the money. At this point in his career surely it's all about being in a competitive car and fighting for podiums or even top ten finishes. Shame of it is there doesn't seem to be much light at the end of the tunnel. For McLaren they must be thinking 'what have we done!!'. Honda were awesome in 80's F1 but have dropped the ball big time here and arn't really making any progress at all. Same could also be said of Renault, although they've also had more recent success. These regs have just strangled the championship when they were supposed to open it up. What a mess it all is. The races this year are almost 'whoever gets to the first conner first wins'...Lets' just hope the 2017 regs open things up a bit and make it more fun for all...although I suspect Jenson might have left F1 by

theoldgitspeaks

June 20, 2015 7:51 PM

F1 » Button on 25 place penalty: You’ve got to smile!


I don't see anything funny about it, McLaren have a huge budget and are backed by a major car company and halfway through their first season they are qualifying just above a team that was disbanded, was reborn and missed the first race of the season and has a budget the size of my pension and Button calls it funny and don't anybody go into the childish rules that govern this so called sport, the situation is fast getting so bad that it can only implode on the people involved.

theoldgitspeaks

June 20, 2015 4:36 PM

F1 » Button, Alonso set for '25-place grid penalty'


A complete farce!, I gather the boss of Honda will be at the race if you can call it that not that the Mclarens will be doing any racing anyway. Apparently he is there to see how things are going or not in this case with a view to making a decision about their future participation in F1. Are Honda about to pull the plug on this unholy disaster? before they get laughed off the grid.

theoldgitspeaks

June 19, 2015 8:53 AM

F1 » Button: I want Alonso to out-qualify me!


Nickalickerass:
theoldgitspeaks: Lets be honest Button is a crap qualifier whatever car he drives, just look at the statistics the only time he qualified well was when he had a car two seconds quicker that the rest. When and if McLaren ever get their act together I expect Alonso to outqualify Button at every race but Button will match him in the races assuming he has equal equipment.
Comments like this really wind me up! When, pray tell, did Button EVER drive a car two seconds quicker than the rest? For that matter, when did her EVER drive a car even one second quicker than the rest? I think you know what I mean, in 2009 he had a car with a huge advantage wether it was 2 seconds half a second or six months and made full use of it but he doesn't qualify well very often. Glad I wound you up, there's always someone..........


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