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March 17, 2014 11:25 PM

F1 » Red Bull to appeal Ricciardo exclusion

This is obviously a device installed by the FIA to control the outcome of racing. If somebody is having a good day, and it is not the outcome that the FIA wants, then they tell the team to turn the car down. If it is not done then they just disqualify the car. Very manipulative, and in the rules. It has been known from day one of these new cars that the readings from the flow meter are not accurate. As Horner says he knows exactly how much fuel he is using at any time, by a calculation of what is happening at the injecters. They will prove the flow meter is inaccurate.


January 10, 2014 11:23 AM

F1 » India revises customs duties in attempt to boost F1 return

I really still wonder about India and F1. With the FIA's stance on Green ecological racing, and they go to one of the worst air polution countries in the world. Amazing. And then their backward attitde to bringing in the Circus, and exchanging of money. smacks of a real Third World Country, where only the minority Elite are interested in the sport. Lets get back to reality with Formula One, a real sport......


December 19, 2013 2:06 PM

MotoGP » Honda vows MotoGP withdrawal over ECU plans

This is one of the exact reasons Casey Stoner has left the sport. They are trying to dumb it down, and that takes away all the history and make it nothing. This was started when CRT came into play. The bikes are supposed to be the pinnacle of technology, and they are just a control class that makes all the technologies the same, just in different colours and different stickers. And unfortunately the public will mainly go along with the story and believe it. F1 has already started down this path, and you can see how boring a lot of the races were this season. Only you the public can bring back real racing. Shame.


December 11, 2013 12:16 PM

F1 » F1 POLL: Are double points a step too far?

Everybody has said it already, and I join all before in stating that the FIA have lost the plot, completely. What they envisage is a "Micky Mouse Lottery", and not racing any more. The FIA are superposed to be turning green as well. Well then WHY are they racing in countries with no emission controls at all, when You have to look through a haze of smog to see the racing cars. When the cameras don't pan out of a scene, as they will just show a filthy atmosphere. FIA stop being hypocrites and stop trying to change a sport that is entrenched in western society. I have met Jean Todt, and thought him to be a very cleaver man, I am having my doubts.


November 30, 2013 9:50 AM

F1 » Schumacher: Vettel's dominance over Webber 'shocking'

In fact Michael should know all about your team mates car and how many things can go wrong with it. I do think, motivate Mark and give him an equal car and he can give the required performance. But have Helmut Marko against you and causing problems in the workshop, and taking his crew away, and giving him all the new guys. Mark has just been taking the money and circulating this season, as it is no use competing.


November 27, 2013 10:44 AM

MotoGP » Six races to decide Rossi's MotoGP future

I do not negate Vale's achievements, But from when he went to Ducati he has been a failure, and that includes his current time with Yamaha. He was given the ride by Dorma, and has done nothing with it. And that screwed the chances of 2 extremely talented riders that should have gone onto factory bikes. That is what burns me. He should give up the ride now and go play with his team and play rally.

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