I see you really haven’t understood what the fuel flow meter nor the engine main concept is @ardenflo.
The reason the fuel flow is there to push teams / engine manufacturers to try and then get the most out of […]
Looking forward to see how everything develops. Rosberg vowing to get back at Hamilton, who will be the 2nd best team. Will Lotus really make up pace with their changed nose, what will the others manage. Yes I am […]
“In my first season in Formula One I threw away a championship lead here by going into the gravel coming into the pits,” he rued, recalling a pivotal moment in the 2007 campaign.
I think it’s fair to say he […]
Some interesting developments this weekend as Charlie Whiting will be in one of the press conferences as will a representative from Honda:
Yasuhisa Arai (Honda)
Andrew Cowell (Mercedes)
Pat Fry (Ferrari)
Rob White (Renault)
After the thrill of that race-long battle between the two Mercedes in Bahrain had subsided, Nico Rosberg cannot help but have felt a bit deflated.
That was a race he should have won. He put the W05 on pole […]
GeeMac commented on the post, Schumacher wins again as traction control row brews 11 hours, 1 minute ago
He tried to get Williams to protest the Benetton, but Frank Williams refused.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Schumacher wins again as traction control row brews 11 hours, 39 minutes ago
Until Imola, yes. More on that to follow, of course…
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Schumacher wins again as traction control row brews 11 hours, 40 minutes ago
Lots of teams weren’t running the full gamut of legal driver aids early in 1993. I can’t remember exactly when Benetton added traction control to their but I remember it being not long after Donington.
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Why Ferrari’s ‘fans poll’ findings can’t be trusted 12 hours, 1 minute ago
I addressed all of that in the article (and have said more in subsequent comments).
I doubt it as well. I’m surprised to see Newey become such a whiner recently, as he was always a behind the scenes, quiet guy.
There are a lot of teams that cannot lose gracefully, and honestly, I didn’t expect […]
Calum replied to the topic What's the earliest you've ever written off a team for the title? in the forum Formula One 19 hours, 54 minutes ago
I expected BMW to do well in 2009 after ‘sacrificing’ the title run-in 2008 to concentrate on the new rules.
A late crash was all that stopped Kubica getting a podium in Australia (Round 1) and Heidfeld actually got 2nd place in Malaysia (Round 2). It looked like their was some potential in the car.
Then it hardly scored a point for the rest of…[Read more]
Merc also have settled with that system after losing their figurehead Ross Brawn. The two team principles are working two distinct and different roles:
Toto Wolff = commercial
Paddy Lowe = racing and development
Wasn’t ground effect suggested as part of either the 2009 or 2014 regs to let cars follow each other closely but the idea was scrapped in favour of moveable wings (front wing in 2009 then DRS rear wings from 2011).
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If I remember right, that was after the Singapore crashgate had bombed, and at the time it looked very likely that Renault would have quit altogether had they been kept out of those races @debaser91.
I do think […]
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