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September 09, 2015 11:44 AM

F1 » Arrivabene points finger at Raikkonen for bad start


107SS2009:
BUGOY: In a way not that complicated to use. i have watched the video on Formula 1 web site for Kimi's race start and after letting go of first paddle the car didn't move and then quickly went in anti-stall mode. then resets and the car started moving. by that time nearly all are ahead of him. i really can't see what the other hand is doing though.
Kimi let-go/let-in the second clutch paddle first instead of the first one and that paddle provides no clutch slip, and that is why the anti stall was triggered because the car was going to stall (engine was going to stall).
Thanks for elaborating

BUGOY

September 09, 2015 3:03 AM

F1 » Arrivabene points finger at Raikkonen for bad start


107SS2009:
carsohot: this new starting procedure is going to expose weak and dependent drivers - KIMI and Nico Roseburg have shown their inability to adapt. but am very surprised that Kimi didnt shout "leave me alone, i know what i am doing" lol
Kimi's race start problem at Monza had nothing to do with the new race start rules.
sunny please enlighten us about this new procedure. the right clutch paddle controls what part of the start and what of left clutch paddle?

BUGOY

July 18, 2015 4:02 AM

F1 » Bottas to Ferrari deal agreed?


MrJones85:
Taz: I'm sure Kimi has had a hand in getting Bottas into Ferrari as he helped get him into Williams. Time will tell if it's the right move.
To take his seat? Yeah, right! lol
I don't know if this is true but Mika Hakinnen had a hand in Raikkonen's drive in Mclaren. why won't that happen with Raikkonen and Bottas?


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