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MikeP

June 24, 2014 7:20 PM
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F1 » Rosberg: Drivers will always hide advantage


If that former world champion is so good, why does he need data (during the race for goodness sake) about where his teammate is faster and (during the race) why he is faster? It is one thing to share at the front-end of the weekend to maximize the performance of the car but it sure seems a little odd to hear a radio transmission to Lewis about where Nico is braking or what line he is taking that is resulting in his better laps. For a guy making twice the salary of his teammate, you'd think he was bringing something pretty darn special. I have not seen what that is. Just saying....

MikeP

June 11, 2014 10:42 PM

F1 » Haas wants Patrick in F1 team


richard: i think that a lot of you are being rather sexist in comments. whereas i dont actually hold out much hope for haas in f1, i dont think that danica would be too much out of her depth. not a front runner, but at least she would be lower midfield. she has experience at running cars in close proximity at 200 mph +, so i cannot see her being in anyway handicapped in f1. she has proven to have spatial awareness and to be able to stand the g forces etc. so if she was to be given a chance, let her try. after all, simone is a test driver, and danica is better than her. as regards designer for haas. he will be using dallaras, with a few add ons. not that that will bring him success, but i reckon that he will easly out caterham caterham.
Good grief. You cannot compare Simona and Danica...unless you are being sexist! One is a racer and the other a publicity stunt.


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