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April 05, 2016 1:24 PM

F1 » Teams signal tentative approval for new qualifying format

I'd like to go back to the old format but as FIA doesn't seem able to swallow their pride and do that I have an idea, as one of the biggest problem with the new format seem to be that the teams are running out of tyres I think a good thing would be to only allow medium in Q1, only soft in Q2 and only supersoft in Q3, then the teams would be able to run a lot more laps and there will be cars on track the full session.


March 22, 2016 9:31 AM

F1 » FIA unlikely to delay ‘halo’ if ‘better’ device emerges

I don't want a halo but if there has to be one I would like to see an active halo, a bit like the roll bar on the old Mercedes 500SL. I'm sure they can scan what's going on in front of the driver and send up some kind of protection if some danger appear. Then we wouldn't destroy the appearance of the car, it won't be another thing they have to spend o a lot of time and money to make it aerodynamically beneficial, it won't limit the drivers visuals, it won't make it harder to get out the car when upside down and they can probably make it a better protection than if it has to be there all time. It could even be a standard part so the team don't have to spend a lot of money developing it.


March 19, 2016 10:33 AM

F1 » Hamilton on pole amidst qualifying shambles

Just give it some time, I think it will be fine, today was the first time and the teams didn't know how to react to it so they were all just playing safe. It will get much better next time. I only feel bad for Haas that didn't know the rules, and I also think that they should be allowed to finish their fast laps, like it was today it was too little time to react to give it another try.

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