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October 02, 2015 11:21 AM

F1 » Rosberg not nervous in combat after Spa clash - Wolff

IMO. Rosberg is weak and being weak will not make a champion. Look at Massa, talented good racer but weak. Dont only focus on Lewis, check all champions and teams. All the teams in the history has sided with the driver who really does his own thing and will take the most risks and actually believe in his talent to be on top. If on the track, it is a one man game. That is why we are having to deal with Pastor for another year.


September 21, 2015 11:53 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Singapore Grand Prix it not funny that the shame Vettel, couldn't "do anything special behind the wheel when the car pace is a bit off". It was actually his teammate winning the races. Fun fact: You know the tyres of a car actually determines a lot of the behavior of the car and any driver will struggle if the tyres do not actually enable you to perform to the best of your and the cars ability. In this case, Merc doesn't want to acknowledge that their struggled this weekend got everything to do with the heat and the tyre pressures. With even the most minimal of commonsense, if you have more power, you must be careful to get traction out of the slow corners that Singapore presented. Lewis was actually doing good, till his clamps got popped. The worry is actually Kimi and Rosberg. Kimi for not being able to pass Richardo and Rosberg not even trying to do more. I do think that Seb and Ferrari are a lethal combo, but the judgement on Lewis's ability is harshly-pathetic


September 22, 2015 9:58 AM

F1 » Singapore blip won’t cause a panic – Mercedes

F1 is driven by ego's, does anyone think Merc with there huge advantage and ego's, will come out and acknowledge the tyre pressures affected anything? Conspire all we want, tyres effect ride height, balance and the overall behavior of the car. Even with all the development and advantage Merc are enjoying the are notoriously know to have tyre problems. With great power comes great responsibility and looks like the Merc cars are struggling to properly put the power down.


September 22, 2015 11:59 AM

F1 » Singapore blip won’t cause a panic – Mercedes

Corkey: So you are trying to tell me that a slight adjustment to tyre pressures cost 2 seconds per lap...?
With my knowledge of none regarding physics, tyres are made of rubber, which change form under different temperatures. Setting tyre pressures affects the behavior of the rubber under different temperatures. With the movement of the tyres, the aero and cornering gets affected. Singapore having slower corners, makes acceleration out of corners difficult, especially with a power engine as the Merc's. And do not compare to Monaco, Singapore is more stop-start and less flowing, like Monaco. There maybe a lot more factors to look at.


September 07, 2015 7:49 AM

F1 » Mercedes rubbish tyre pressure conspiracy theories

@gold: Not only that. He was, as usual, been favoured by Toto (the bad') Wolf. Yes boys & girls, not only the tyre scandal, but also the only one to receive the latest spec Merc. PU was Hamilton. And why not Nico!!!!!!! It was my understanding that Nico's engine had problems. No favors. He opted for the old spec engine. Well that was said after quali. If you are in anyway interested in f1


August 12, 2015 2:02 PM

F1 » POLL: Who’s been your F1 driver of the season so far?

Taipan: Pain, I don't rate Nico as anywhere close to a great F1 driver but if it had been Lulu's car that disintegrated at the last race of last season instead of Nico's Nico would have been the World Champion. That proves a couple of things, the Merc is so dominant that an average driver had the chance to win the championship in it and Lulu is nowhere near great either because he cant dominate a driver like Nico. Have a look at what Prost, Senna, Fangio, Clark, Schumacher etc did to average team mates, utter domination because they were great drivers Lulu isn't.
Understood. I am just of the opinion that that Merc car is creating blurred lines, between average and good. It is difficult to compare drivers from different era's. I have reconsidered my view of Hamilton considerably. Consistency separate the good from the great IMO. Lewis deemed great because he can occasionally control his situation, but a truly great can always control his situation (in race, t

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