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January 17, 2014 7:10 PM

F1 » Schumacher manager breaks silence

This newest announcement was brought about by the tabloid press, as per usual, trying to make a story out of nothing just to sell some sodding printed paper. I first read about it in a copy of The Sun that I borrowed from a workmate for my lunch break. When I got home I checked all the specialist media and all the F1 websites - nothing. That was when I knew it was a load of b.s. Screw the tabloids. Get well soon Herr Schumacher. Best wishes to the family.


December 30, 2013 10:16 PM

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year vote: 2nd

Strider: It's nice to see that you're a pleasant chap towards people who may have a different opinion to you though...
And this here is why I am quitting the Crash community! Always ready to lash out and tell you you're an idiot for being wrong or daring to have an opinion. It won't matter to anybody because nobody's given me a chance to fit in purely because I said I'm a Marussia fan. Had enough now, just had enough of a complete lack of respect for each other inside of what's meant to be a decent community. Guess I was wrong huh?


December 27, 2013 10:54 PM

F1 » Formula E car make Vegas debut

But I can happily quote from a fairly recent issue of Autosport that it is in fact down to H&S, I'm not just throwing it out there. Apparently they'll need big cranes to swap batteries, and there's too much of a risk involved with that. Why can't they just have two trolleys that are just the right height to roll the batteries out and back in again? Secure them to the car first so they can't roll away and there you go, no need for second cars.


December 27, 2013 6:57 PM

F1 » Formula E car make Vegas debut

pdfbt40: Is it true that Formula E will require one pit stop to charge batteries, per race. Of course as you can't charge or swap batteries quickly, that really means swap cars, doesn't it ?
As I said in the comment just above yours, it'll be car changes. And it's down to health and safety. Feel free to thumb this comment down as well, people.


December 18, 2013 8:15 PM

F1 » Irvine: Double points embarrassing for F1

I wouldn't say no to success ballast, it wouldn't stop the truly successful teams anyway and would give the lower teams a better crack at some points. It works in other formula, and don't give me the "it's not for F1" speech because we've heard it all before. What I really think F1 could do with however, is not a meaningless piece of silverware for pole... make it worthwhile, hand out points too.

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