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March 26, 2015 5:34 PM
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F1 » Hamilton: Mercedes didn’t complain when it wasn’t winning…

Taz: Hmmmm A mention for the work done by Schumacher and Brawn to lay the foundations for success before his luluness appeared wouldn't have been out of the question. I read it as "I came along and now we are winning..." :rolleyes: Call my a cynic. ps Can't argue about Red Bull's level of whinging unlike Ferrari who are getting their head down.
Red Bull are not an engine manufacturer, they can do nothing about their power unit except hope Renault produces a competitive package.


March 26, 2015 6:26 PM
Last Edited 15 minutes ago

F1 » Hamilton: Mercedes didn’t complain when it wasn’t winning…

ProfessorX: asking for rule clarifications and complaining about performance disparity are not really the same thing. Apples and oranges richard.
nutty. sunny says there is no point in responding to your obtuse pronouncements, and i am inclined to believe him to be right. but....when rbr where mapping their engines to improve performance, merc complained. and all their calls for "rule clarification" were all to do with the performance of the bull and mercs desire to cut back their performance advantage. if you dont understand that, then you are sad!
cry me a river richard. Moaning in public, and pushing for rule changes is not the same thing as trying to catch someone infringing the "rules". Thats the subject of the conversation, of this article, not your interpretation and weak association. Feel free to ignore me all you want, it doesn't make you correct.


March 25, 2015 11:39 PM
Last Edited 12 hours ago

F1 » Renault slams Red Bull, accuses it of ‘lies’

107SS2009: Talking of “engine horsepower/power output” and talking of “PU/power unit horsepower/power output” are two totally different things and are for sure misleading a lot of people. ....
the real problem is efficiency/reliable power output, not power production (peak horse power figure, what consumers think is important). Pretty sure about that. The design of the chassis/aero is heavily dependent on what the power unit can produce over race distance with 100kg of fuel. Merc have their lean burn process squared away, Renault don't have a clue and Ferrari are getting somewhere, Honda, don't even have a working prototype. the real problem is the idea that forcing people to do something is progress.


March 26, 2015 5:13 AM
Last Edited 14 hours ago

F1 » Mercedes still wary, says it can't back off

mguh: The good thing though if Nico does not step up his game we can still enjoy the double world champion stroking and caressing this super car through the bends and chicanes and delivering what this teams deserves which is maximum respect.
i hadnt heard that ferdi had joined merc! that is great news. mind you, they could do even better by signing up a 4 times wdc.
I guess they could re-sign Lewis after next year if he only goes one more. #5050-2015

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