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theoldgitspeaks

May 10, 2015 7:21 AM

F1 » Brake problems frustrate Button


It's good to see McLaren improve but they are still a long, long way from being competitive and the nearer to the front they get the harder it will become to gain those extra fractions of a second. My guess is that it will be 2017 before we see Mclaren on the front row and by that time Button will be gone having done all the hard work, a great shame he deserves much better than that.

theoldgitspeaks

May 12, 2015 9:43 AM

F1 » Red Bull: Audi comes in or we are out


RedBull are basically trying to force VW/Audi in, are they sure that a VW/Audi powerplant would be any better than Hondas? Clearly another powerplant provider would be a good thing as no one is going to want the Honda until it is competitive and I was under the impression that Cosworth are ready to go as a supplier. Either way it is not the right way to behave, throwing your toys out of the pram never got anybody anywhere and is not going to endear them to anybody.

theoldgitspeaks

May 11, 2015 1:05 PM

F1 » Alonso: McLaren is a long way off


If McLaren concentrated on the car and not the bull**** perhaps they would be moving forward somewhat quicker but the reality is as several well known people have said is that they are two or three years away from being competitive and that assumes that they get evrything right. They are a back of the grid team at present and we are expecting them to be at the front, we don't expect that of Marussia, Force India, Sauber etc we know they are going to stay where they are, the only difference is money and money does not buy success in the short or long term, you need to know what you are doing first and the McLaren/Honda partnership has made some serious mistakes and underestimated the size of the problem.

theoldgitspeaks

May 05, 2015 1:01 PM

F1 » McLaren focused on ‘step-by-step’ improvements


More bull**** from Boullier, first it's RD now it's Boullier's turn, all speaking the obvious as if we were all total idiots and knew nothing about F1, I don't know about the rest of you on here but I don't need to be told every couple of days that Mclaren are improving and bringing updates to the next race, I assume that's what they are going to do because they have a huge budget to do just that. If they wern't it would be very strange indeed!


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