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KillingTime

October 01, 2013 8:04 AM

F1 » Minardi puzzled by Vettel's Singapore supremacy


"Is it a right of an individual to say what one has seen and heard and what one haven't seen and heard, if that right exist, will one be imploring unlawful practice or insinuating clever and ingenious practice by expressing himself?, this is what in my opinion should be born in mind before posting on this subject and firing acusations." It is, and agreed. His remarks, in context, are...unusual. Not in their content, but in their message. Question: Is it legal currently to deactivate cylinders? I saw a comment on the youtube page which was mentioned, in which someone said that the sound was merely opening the throttle entirely and coming up against the rev limiter. Could that be the case? I'm still a relative F1 noob and don't have the background that 107SS2009 & Taipan have. Thanks...

KillingTime

October 01, 2013 4:30 AM

F1 » Minardi puzzled by Vettel's Singapore supremacy


So is Mr. Minardi explaining to the FIA what they should look for? Have not the Red Bulls been fully and completely scrutineered? If not why? Would the scrutineering expose a change in the ECU parameters that fall outside regulations? Could the ECU mapping be changed in such a way as to be undetectable? Simply providing an observational opinion in a public forum - even from an expert seems...suspect, since it seems to serve no purpose other than to cast doubt without data. All Mr. Minardi is saying is: "I saw this, it must mean something illegal is happening."

KillingTime

September 30, 2013 6:42 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa: I went flying


First of all, feel bad for Dani Pedrosa. His title contention is now virtually over. Having watched this incident 15 times or so, it looked like Pedrosa turned in farther to the right than Marquez expected, which caught him out as he was leaning into his planned turn. Maybe Dani did this because he came in too hot and had to widen his turn a bit, or maybe JL checked up just that tiny bit which changed his line. Not sure if there's anyone to blame for the incident - it's easy to see why one could feel that Marquez came in hot and ran into Dani, but it's equally arguable that Dani went a bit off-line for some reason. Still, a sad day for Dani Pedrosa, I hate seeing him get busted up over & over.

KillingTime

September 27, 2013 3:09 AM

F1 » Ecclestone: 2014 'chance to topple Red Bull'


Whether or not Sebastian Vettel is the most skilled driver is arguable. The fact is changes have been already made to F1 which were designed to neutralize procession-like races. Specifically the DRS, which serves no racing purpose, was employed to make passing easier. This was a change made under great controversy which was criticized since it is unrelated to pure racing and was created simply for entertainment. Additionally, the tires were also changed to create an intangible factor during the races as Pirelli was ordered to manufacture them so they degrade much more suddenly and unpredictably than in the past. What changes would YOU make to F1 to stop a particular team/driver from dominating?


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