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November 12, 2015 12:22 PM

F1 » McLaren ‘still working flat-out’ headed to Brazil

My local corner shop will sell you a "Boost" , Eric! Maybe you're looking in the wrong places! Seriously, the heck can a name team like McLaren and a major motoring multinational like Honda (who do make engines for other series) not sort this problem out? Red Bull got their act together in 2014 with a win after seven races (and others to follow afterwards) after a torrid and embarrassing start to the season with the new PU's. It's all very well the McL fans saying the chassis is fine, but how do we know that if the motor is only "GP2" grade ?


November 16, 2015 1:47 PM

F1 » Brazilian Grand Prix – Race results

mobilnas: Must have been a really exciting race when P5 onwards finish 1 lap down! Way to go F1!!!
Yeah.. ridiculous! Manor were 4 laps adrift.. even Minardi managed to finish on the same lap in their day! Might as well throw in the top GP2 runners and 2 or 3 quick 3.5's for good measure - like an open-wheel Le Mans sprint race.. bigger grid, at least we wouldn't have drivers complaining about having a "lonely race" !


November 13, 2015 11:49 PM

F1 » Alonso philosophical as more issues curtail running

That image, Fernando, is one of those perfectly captured photos by an experienced (and probably classically-trained) photographer that needs no caption or explanation ... he (or she) has "captured the moment" brilliantly. Yes, your dismal year summed up in one shot, mate! This car is never miraculously going to go from ugly duckling to very fine swan over the winter ... better make a date in your diary for a meeting with your lawyers...


November 14, 2015 12:00 AM

F1 » Perez: Aston Martin deal ‘next step’ for Force India

107SS2009: Aston Martin under the control of Italian privet equity firm investindustria controlled by financier Andrea Bonomi has gone into an alliance with Mercedes Benz in an effort to be provided with engines and expertise to help expand its range of cars, the problem is its budget is small, let alone having money to spare on anything to do with formula 1, some people wants to do a lot of things, but they don’t have the money to do any of what they wish to do.
Well-informed comment/replies (as per usual)... maybe you should take Sergio down the local for a pint and a "quiet chat" !


November 06, 2015 12:50 PM

F1 » Grosjean wishing it was ‘day before Haas debut’

I think there was a bit of "Hobson's Choice" about this for RG... so much uncertainty about the Renault takeover - it still hasn't been formalised albeit seemingly a done deal, and a question mark over whether Haas could be competitive early-on. I'm sure I would have made the same choice ... staying on at Lotus may well have been "curtains" for his career, he'll certainly get more coverage/exposure (at least for next year) as the spotlight falls on the new Haas team. Regarding Sauber (as a direct competitor), I think Haas' resources will ultimately prove superior... and I can't see Sauber vastly improving next year, so RG could well be looking at points finishes.....

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