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March 23, 2015 9:41 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: Decoding Ferrari’s power unit shift

999666GP15: We should not forget Ferraris are know for very high torque and Australia was a street track. I think Sepang is the real test to know where teams are we all remember the amazing performance McLaren had in Australia last year. Wolff is also very smart his praises towards Ferrari might be a bluff while throwing a jab at Renault. Anyway let's wait and see after Sepang but overall Ferrari is being too much hyped.
I think there are two factors that can work for Ferrari. If they get the aero right, they should get a great drive out of the corners. 2. If the maintain or exceed the Melborne pace, they will remain competitive. Oh, an additional factor is that if they are getting out of the turns well and getting that good straight line speed, it not inconceivable that Vettel could qualify 2nd. Please don't throw things at me. I know I sticking my neck way out and I will be the first one to admit it when my predictions fail.


March 18, 2015 4:42 PM

F1 » Horner denies Mercedes complaints are hypocritical

I don't think it is just Red Bull that is concerned about the Mercedes advantage. The Merc customer teams are making noise about their power units being somewhat detuned. Meanwhile legions of fans are losing interest in watching the also ran race. Another season of Mercedes running away with it all won't make a lot of different people happy including the FIA.

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