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August 06, 2014 5:41 PM

F1 » Ecclestone ‘a bit of an idiot’ for settling

MCP: The Poison Dwarf really pulled off a nice bit of Karma Houdini, here. Of course, because he wasn't actually convicted, he and his lawyers can and will constantly harp on about being innocent. Although, I think most people in the world know the difference between actually being found not guilty and buying your way out of a trial before a verdict has been passed. If I was the prosecutor, I'd have demanded at least double that figure. $100 million isn't much more than pocket change to this dude. I always wonder, though, why these people who have billions in the bank feel the need to make even more. Going as far as taking perhaps legally dubious or even downright illegal measures to do so when they're already set up for life as it is. I guess the bottom line is that they're just fundamentally greedy people.
fundamentally greedy like kids with a pinata, but i think people like that are after more power, not just more money.


July 19, 2014 3:21 PM

F1 » Hamilton crashes out of Q1

janhein: cars leaving the track with all four wheels in the last corner have been allowed to keep their times
It has been deemed that going "all four wheels over" on this track is not an advantage. However surely the knowledge of no penalty is an advantage in itself. Knowing your can approach a turn with too much speed and not have to brake as hard as necessary to keep the car within the confines of the track, and possibly lock-up, ultimately must save time and tyres. It's Good to Talk.
of course it is an advantage, or they would keep the car on the track. why would anybody involved in this decide leaving the track at a certain corner is ok? can we conclude there is something wrong with the track design?

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