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June 01, 2014 4:49 AM
Last Edited 618 days ago

F1 » Prost: F1 has lost the emotion

I'd make the rules simple. Big 5 teams pair up with small 5 teams, and co-develop cars, HR structures. Big team scores all manufacturers points, but small teams get 35%ish of the championship money their big teammate wins. Car design only limited by stringent crash test results. TYRE WAR!!! 3 Manufacturers minimum, even if the teams have to pay their chosen manufacturer. 3D-UHD/IR cameras in 8 locations on each car, teams choose themselves. No limit on CFD. Current rules were based upon x86 architecture running the double precision math, now the GPU is doing it at an increase of 1600%! Draw in the HEAVY computer sponsors. Teams must ANTE to enter the Championship. That is the only prize money, and bonuses are based upon TV ratings from FOM. (FIA controlled data determination) Death of any driver results in a lifetime ban from the sport for all personnel of that team if it is determined to be a design flaw. Thats it. I say let anything go, and let the self checking system


August 01, 2013 4:23 AM

F1 » Raikkonen linked with Ferrari return

Kimi once said that he didn't care who his team mate was, as long as they were co-number 1 drivers. I think that Seb has publicly stated that he would welcome Kimi as a teammate, and would take a co-number one status. Remember, we have yet to see Seb far enough behind a teammate to see how he would play in a support role. I truly think that if Webber or any other driver was in it with a shot at winning, and Seb was out of contention, that he would absolutely help his teammate. And that is what co-number 1 is about. Weight behind the one in contention.

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