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Jb21

May 16, 2015 1:48 PM

F1 » F1 refuelling return proposed for 2017


Like everyone else, I have an idea, too. Mine goes like this: You can do whatever you want with engines, anything goes, but the amount of the fuel per weekend is limited, and it's gradually reduced annually. Anything goes with aero, too, but the overall surface area allowed on an entire car is limited, and dimension is restricted by a standard wire frame within which a car must fit, and it's gotta be open cockpit and open wheel. Crash safety is strictly enforced. Tires? Any tires can be used, anything, as long as it's also on the market for us for purchase! And all has to be done under within allowed budget! And let anybody who wants compete participates like in the olden days, so we have more cars and drivers.

Jb21

October 02, 2014 12:50 AM

F1 » Kobayashi retains drive for Japanese Grand Prix


107SS2009: An F1 site just reported that this afternoon bailiffs and police were called to the Leafield site, the stuff were instructed to turn off the servers and leave the premises immediately, this follows visits last week by bailiffs who removed two 2013 cars and were seeking to arrange the removal of the autoclave, John Iley told stuff to return tomorrow when problems would be ironed out, Caterham is saying that the problems the team is facing were due to unpaid bills left behind by Fernandes, Caterham owe an 8 digit sum to Renault and RBR.
Read the news about that, too. What a mess. I just cannot help feeling sorry for Kamui. He really deserves better than this. Hope Caterham will make it to the grid in Japan. Say, though, three-car teams may not be all that bad of an idea - especially looking at all the crap that Caterham has done to him - there may be more competitive option for Kamui.


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