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Bmendon

June 13, 2015 4:20 PM

F1 » Arrivabene: We have drivers that can jump into a Ferrari


csmith: Ferrari has brand name but for how long ? Havent won much in recent years and another couple of years like this will make them no better than current mclaren. Atleast they will remain in sport. Same cannot be said of red bull. Time is running out for ferrari to pull itself out of also ran status.
Ferrari has officially said that they are not expecting to challenge for the championship this year. Arrivabene said he will be happy if they could win three races. Make sure your brain is loaded before you shoot off your mouth.

Bmendon

June 13, 2015 3:50 PM
Last Edited 19 days ago

F1 » Hamilton still wary of Ferrari threat


107SS2009:
Richard, The "lot here" that cannot see the wood for the trees is a normal fanboyism problem, the bigger problem is people talking about and even addressing others directly not only without knowing what they are talking about but even giving others false information. Another thing is, how did Vettel managed that sort of drive without having to save fuel with what we are assured is a car heavier in consumption than the WO6?
There is no way to factually answer how Ferrari was able to maintain the fuel flow on that pace. Could it be the result of the new Shell formula devised for the upgraded engine? Maybe it was a combination of the upgrade and the fuel. Who knows. One thing is for certain, they would not have done anything outside of the rules with all the attention the stewards are giving the issue.

Bmendon

June 13, 2015 3:46 PM

F1 » Hamilton still wary of Ferrari threat


ProfessorX:
tommytrojan1: ... but the fact remains that, regardless of the circumstances, they HAVE been beaten this year, and in a much more convincing way than ... t, but there's still no denying that had Seb been in the mix, anything could have happened. Ferrari are at least quick enough to force Mercedes' hand strategy wise and perhaps produce an upset as they try to cover pit stops, tyre choice, etc. Let's hope so, at least!
your forgetting one important piece to that puzzel, and it's Lewis missing almost 2 sessions to setup his car for the race. Merc lost the race on setup. Ferrari didn't really achieve that win by themselves, Merc handed it to them on a platter. Funny how that happened right after everyone was writing the season off, after Melbourne, then the great hope happens :) One of life's minor contriv ... I mean coincidences. Just glad the commentators stopped talking about how Ferrari are so much better on their tires.


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