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theoldgitspeaks

January 09, 2014 1:49 PM

F1 » Boullier: Lotus won’t be only test absentee


Boullier talks the talk but I rather suspect that Lotus are deep in it, they still I believe need to pay Raikonnen for last season let alone spend money on this season. There are several teams that look to be in the same position so it's no wonder that Bernie is trying to russel up some new entrants, trouble is they will be no hopers as well unless he can persuade BMW/Toyota and others to come back in. The future for F1 looks grim, a boring non competitive series with a reducing number of entrants will sound it's death knell unless there is some really sensible thinking. Unfortunately the FIA have never shown any sense or reason hence the present predicament.

theoldgitspeaks

January 02, 2014 4:14 PM

F1 » Horner names reliability as key challenge


I don't see any real reliability problems developing, the engine manufacturers have had plenty of time to iron out any problems they might have had and in addition the engines have to achieve a certain leval of reliability as there will be less engines available to each team I believe. I simpy don't see engines blowing up or developing major faults although I except that there will be some tinkering going on to get the best out of them.

theoldgitspeaks

December 29, 2013 5:26 PM

F1 » Hamilton: We have the best people


The continuing success of Redbull, Newey and Vettel rather suggests otherwise. I don't think anyone can match Adrien Newey, his vast experience, knowledge and knowhow always catch everybody else on the hop plus he has a good team and knows what he wants and needs from them. In short until he blows up or retires everybody else is going to be left in his wake.

theoldgitspeaks

December 23, 2013 12:58 PM

F1 » Ecclestone calls for more double points races


Daft idea from an increasingly daft old man, the sooner he go's the better for F1 and all of us. People in his position should know when to go and not have to be pushed, We need someone with some new ideas and less of a tarnished reputation, in short someone who is honest and genuinely wants F1 to improve and is less concerned with lining his families pocket.

theoldgitspeaks

December 23, 2013 5:43 PM

F1 » DC: Alonso will have too much for Raikkonen


A bit premature I would have thought, assuming the car is good I don't think there will be much between them. If the car is a bit of a dog Alonso will get more out of it than Raikonnen though so let's hope it's good and I think we will see some close racing between them. If the car turns out to be really bad Raikonnen will have it to himself in 2015 as Alonso will have stormed off to Mclaren.


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