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December 06, 2014 1:45 PM
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F1 » McLaren fails to reach driver decision

hunterman: Jenson may get a lifeline as Ron Dennis has failed to secure a sponsorship from the toy brand Lego, its CEO Jorgen Vig Knudstorp has said "the sponsorship did not fit Lego's brand".
They will have a marketing department. There will have been someone within this department studying Mclaren and the way they conduct business. Maybe they came to the conclusion that they wouldn't want to get into bed with a company that appears to be both inept at making decisions and treat employees badly.


December 02, 2014 12:26 PM

WRC » Loeb returns to WRC for Monte Carlo Rally

It is a little odd, after all Mads did place higher up in the championship than Kris and is probably the best option of the available drivers left for citroen. I thought Yves had said the third car driven by Al Qassimi on four events would leave the option for other driver/s to run the third car on the remaining events. If the rumour I heard has any substance it sounds like this is what Mads is possibly left with which begs the question who gets the second full time seat.


November 23, 2014 8:25 PM

F1 » Dennis: The right man won

hunterman: . . . As for Button Ron only has 25% shares in Mclaren and he may not be the one causing JB's situation at Mclaren the new engine supplier and the Bahrain shareholders maybe having an influence on the drivers to be decided in 2015. JB looks as good as ever and in a competitive car would match any of the top drivers in the same car.
Ron did say in an interview during one of the practice sessions that it was a decision that had to be made with the shareholders. He did say today's events would play a part, and they have to choose the best option (he did also mention that after today his options might become wider, but somehow I don't think they will now). At this moment I believe Jenson is the best option for next year.


November 25, 2014 9:02 AM

F1 » Button: ‘I’m not done yet!’

So, a space opens up at Audi in the WEC. Apparently Audi are losing interest in WEC, and according to Eddie Jordan rumours of a certain Mr Brawn headed VAG/Audi entry in F1 in a couple of years. I wonder if Jenson still has Ross on speed dial. Ok, so Jenson isn't the multi world champion that Shuey was, but having an experienced ex world champion come back to F1 after a couple of years out, along with Ross Brawn running the team definitely helped one German outfit hit the top, Audi could do a lot worse than going down this route.


November 22, 2014 9:18 AM

F1 » Rosberg’s dig at Hamilton ahead of F1 decider

maximumverstappen: It doesnt really matter if they dont leave eachother space in yaz, there is so much run off area i'm surprised that some dictator hasn't tried to invade it
That means squat, plenty of run off at that corner at spa, as Vettel proved. If I was Hamilton I would be inclined to sit behind Nico for the duration of the race, and leave no opportunity for Nico to 'accidentally' clip a rear wheel with his front wing.


November 21, 2014 9:09 AM

F1 » Rosberg’s dig at Hamilton ahead of F1 decider

RE2014: Panels of stewards have found Rosberg guilty. His own team bosses have found him guilty. He has admitted guilt. Yet still those of you that hate Hamilton cannot admit Rosbergs guilt, because it's Lewis Hamilton you'd be defending.....and apparently that just can't happen if you hate someone so vehemently.
This. If Nico didn't believe he had made a faux pas, his comment after the race would have been "I did nothing wrong" not "I did it to prove a point" By the way, I don't care if it's Nico or Lewis that wins the wdc.


November 21, 2014 12:18 PM

F1 » Magnussen feeling pressure ahead of F1 finale

Now that the whole Ferrari, Fernando and vettel situation has been announced surely it leaves mclaren free to announce the signing of Alonso. Unless he either has not signed or mclaren don't hold much faith in any signature Alonso has signed and are waiting on what happens at mercedes. Either way, probably would have been a good idea to let the current mclaren drivers know the situation. Both drivers will want to finish the race as best they can regardless of the outcome, but I do wonder if in the race it will have any effect on Kevin's driving, might possibly influence a lunge up the inside that could end in tears, whereas he might hold station if he knew what was going on. Don't think it will affect Jenson though.

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