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Fullofit

March 03, 2015 9:32 AM

F1 » Magnussen ‘massively disappointed’ with McLaren axe


How he thought he deserved the seat over Jenson is beyond me. Whether the team told him late or not, it was plain for him to see he was miles behind in the points chase, offered less experience to develop a new car PU combination, and was far more more prone to being rapped over the knuckles by the officials for driving like a teenager. He should have started looking for something else once he began crashing into everyone (incl his teammate) in an effort to try prove to himself to everyone.

Fullofit

March 03, 2015 5:43 PM

F1 » Fernando Alonso to miss Australian Grand Prix


shakennstirred: if you read it and by some of the posts they haven't , it says he is fine, its the chance that he may get another hit to the head so soon after the first that's the problem and not that he isn't fit to race, there 2 different things.
From the facts we've been given up to now ... that's a bit like telling your boss you won't be in for the whole of winter so that you can avoid getting the flu.

Fullofit

March 03, 2015 11:09 AM

F1 » FIA formalises ban on helmet design changes


@ Seakay Think on this ... At any given stage there are how many 'Red Bull" helmets around in competitive motorsport? How is that a drivers "identity'? & the FIA's sparkling new rule doesn't solve the problem they say it's there to solve. What if all the drivers decide on a silver helmet with varying degree of trim? From trackside you wont be able to tell the difference. What will the FIA do next ... prescribe colours and designs per driver? & finally ... most of the one off / limited edition helmets went to charity auctions. Does the FIA really need to be taking food aid away from children, or AIDS meds away from sick in rural areas?

Fullofit

March 03, 2015 11:02 AM

F1 » FIA formalises ban on helmet design changes


Seakay: Sorry, comment didn't show above: I beg to differ. When you're sat watching cars go by without the benefit of commentary or a TV at the track being able to identify which driver is which (by their helmet) is essential to knowing 'who's where' in the field - especially with during pit stops as the cars obviously become completely out of race position.
How have you possibly managed to watch any F1 over the last 6 years then? Vettel has had 60 different designs alone, & what about when Jenson had his pink helmet, or Fernando his points scored helmet. You must have been completely lost? Do you watch MotoGP? Apparently the factory Yamaha had 12 different riders on the #46 bike last year?

Fullofit

March 02, 2015 6:07 PM

F1 » FIA formalises ban on helmet design changes


Seakay: I must be in a minority of one here as I actually think it's an excellent idea. A drivers helmet has traditionally been something of his identity, something they carried with themselves throughout their career regardless of which team they drove for. I like that. Maybe it's not so important for spectators in TV land because they're told every second who's where in the field but to those sat trackside the helmet provides instant recognition as to which driver they're looking at.
Any driver has always had the rights and freedom to do exactly that. No one has ever forced them to regularly change their helmet designs. However, taking away that freedom from a driver that wants to change designs regularly is just stupid and wrong. Besides, there are only 20 cars in F1 now ... any 'fan' who doesn't know who's where already isn't going to helped by helmet designs anyway. And as for the rest of the FIA series ... drivers are either inside closed cars, or


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