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December 11, 2014 10:42 PM

F1 » Dennis points finger at Hamilton for 2007 issues

2007 was a very bad year for the team, and Ron now knows it. Hindsight !!!!! They could have won the championship but they wound up second with both drivers ON THE SAME POINTS SCORE !!! and Alonso did that with a total polarisation of the garage against him, because of LULU's Dad. Both the drivers know now that will not happen again, as Honda will not allow it to happen. Now lets hope McLaren can build a competitive car !!!!!


December 09, 2014 11:15 AM

F1 » F1: Ecclestone ‘disappointed’ in Vettel, Alonso

The Idiot speaks again ...... !!! Bernie should not try speaking when he has his foot in his mouth !!! Both drivers realised the need for change in their own carriers. And have acted appropriately. Seb has realised he was on a good thing with Red Bull, and all he maybe need is the stigma of racing with Ferrari. As they have nothing else to offer at the moment. Fernando has used a lot of energy with Ferrari over his time, and their lack of management and organisational skills, have not made it easy. So ........... !!!


November 22, 2014 10:23 AM

F1 » Wolff: New F1 engine would be ‘disastrous’

I do not agree with Toto. I understand his point of view with regards him having the best powerplant at present, but that is detracting from the actual sport. The cars have bad sound, power packages are very costly to to lease as a privateer team, and you are only going to be competitive if you have a Merc at present. They need to get rid of the freeze on development, to bring all engine packages up to a better standard. Also Toto, F1 is not the pinnacle of motorsport at present. WEC is. WEC race from the drop of the flag, they can race flat out for more than 2 hours without destroying the tyres, AND it is not an economy run. They are very sophisticated, and yet have simplicty.


November 23, 2014 12:18 AM

F1 » Alonso hits back at Mattiacci comments

All the people who said that Kimi was going to wipe the floor with Fernando this year ??????? And now they are saying Vettel will be the new wonder boy at Ferrari !!! Where do you fools get your information ??? Ferrari is a bucket of bolts, and Fernando has been carrying the car for 5 years. The team and engineers have not been pulling their weight, like the days of the "dream team". That is gone and Ferrari are just another race team. It will take a major shuffle to reverse what is going on there, with real management to make it happen.


November 12, 2014 10:49 AM

F1 » Kate Walker: Nothing is too big to fail

Kate and Sasha, I agree with both your arguments, BUT you are forgetting one other source of hardship. Now I used to have a lot of time for this man, as he has done very remarkable tasks in his time. Jean Todt. Has also brought on all this "green ambiance" to motor sport, and that has cost a lot to comply with. And this is only to entice more contributions to FIA research funds, very similar to Bernie and his own fund. The Rules and their interpretation are not in the best interests of Motorsport, and that is what is choking F1 !!!!

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