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April 07, 2014 1:12 AM

F1 » Ricciardo happy to be ‘close’ to podium return

Spot on WylieCoyote and Googol. Good on you Russell for admitting you might of been incorrect in your previous thoughts on DR. That was an amazing drive by DR last night, so many great overtakes with only a small mistake against Raikonnen, mind you there were plenty of people having lock ups last night so it seems to be par for the course this season. 1 more lap and he could of had third, so well done to Dan. FWIW i think Seb still has a slight edge over DR at certain tracks, but its great to see Dan getting an opportunity to show what he can do in a decent car. Hopefully for Seb and DR's (and the championships) sake, RB can get their car going quick enough to give the Mercs a challenge for the win soon.


April 04, 2014 12:53 AM

F1 » Ricciardo out for ‘revenge’ in Bahrain

Fullofit: Then again ... apparently Charlie the referee can make up the rules from his ivory tower, so maybe Dan will be 'asked' to stop at his garage for 17 seconds, do 3 drive throughs, perform 5 tire changes - 1 tyre at a time, and run the rest of the race with no DRS or radio. Or he could just be sent 10m further back?
Havent you heard mate? The FIA is never wrong :)


April 03, 2014 12:50 AM
Last Edited 16 days ago

F1 » Ricciardo hit with 10 place grid penalty

107SS2009: Mintox, And what makes you think that all you attributed to me doesn’t apply to you and your likes such as the giveaway?. .
Sometimes its not what you say, its how you say it that puts people offside mate. I dont see too many other people on here telling everyone they know better. As far as the fuel regs go, you cant declare a sensor faulty (FIA's own admission) then give a competitor another sensor which fails, and then tell them to use the first sensor you declared faulty enough to be changed, and then penalize them when they dont trust the sensors readings. Its ludicous. The FIA are human, so they're able to make mistakes, and this is why your "FIA is infallible" argument holds no water imo.


April 03, 2014 1:21 AM
Last Edited 17 days ago

F1 » Bahrain Grand Prix preview

IIRC, COTA was designed by Tilke in consultation with MotoGP legend Kevini Schwantz, so that may have something to do with why it isnt as boring as the other Tilkedromes. As others mentioned, there's no reason Boreain couldnt of had plenty of elevation changes and been more spectacular. They've got an indoor snow field in the desert (Abu Dhabi i think) so they can put a few ups and downs into a racetrack.


April 01, 2014 2:59 AM

F1 » Ricciardo hit with 10 place grid penalty

107SS2009: Giveway, you have now confirmed my assessment of you as being spot on and that also confirmed that I have beaten you to it (assessment of you being not possible to talk technical matters with).
Its not Giveaway that is making himeslf hard to understand or agree with mate. Your "FIA is God and can do no wrong" stance and condescending attitude to everyone on here is wearing very thin. Just because people do not agree with you does not necessarily make them wrong. Many people have valid viewpoints on here.


March 28, 2014 12:13 AM

F1 » ‘I don’t want to be a one hit wonder’ – Ricciardo

People deriding Dan for his Aus GP performance by going on about how his car had extra performance over the others, therefore it doesnt count, have no idea. Are you deriding Rosberg's win because his car had extra performance over everyone else in the field? I doubt it. The point is Dan drove a great race and showed if the car has pace he can get the job done, thats what he's talking about in relation to not being a one hit wonder. Hopefully when he does it again the next time, the FIA wont be able to take it off him because of thier own self admitted faulty measuring systems or any other technicality. Good luck for this weekend DR.


March 23, 2014 11:59 PM

F1 » Red Bull appeal date set

107SS2009: There is no way they can prove the FIA sensor readings wrong.
They don't have to prove the FIA sensor readings were wrong, the FIA has already done that for them. Exactly why do you think the FIA told them to swap it out in the first place??? \blockquote] Exactly Bob. The FIA cant swap a sensor out because it was faulty, have the next one fail and then give the original sensor back during the race and expect the race team to believe in the readings it is giving them. If they can prove the car didnt exceed the correct fuel flow rate then the FIA have no case, despite certain people on here's insistence that they do. I hope RB win and the FIA have to find a better, more accurate & consistent way to measure the fuel flow rate or abandon it altogether as the current situation is a farce.

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