No. More money is put into R&D than the car, and I think Maldonado brings enough to have a decent effect on R&D, which I’m pretty sure his crashes go nowhere in negating.
I’m not an expert.
Maybe they’d have Earthdreams (the 2008 version of which being F1′s best livery ever, and the 2007 version the worst).
As for Marlboro: Not a chance (at least not without making the car not look like a Marlboro box….)
Orange won’t be bad….
I laughed when I saw that penalty.
Anyway I submitted a 1-round-late entry for the BTCS and assuming @mathErs did accept it ( it certainly looks that way!)here it is:
The Close to Edges Racing Company
Geely MK sedan (would’ve liked a 1987 Lancer but @mathers preferred current models. Non-manufacturer entered)
Petrus Gabriele (Scotland)
John Andermovich (elsewhere in the UK)
Joedjie Inoue (NL)
The first question: I can’t name a reason not to.
2nd question: Depends on tyre expiry date, if it’s not long after manufacturing. This answer might be sillier than I think, though.
@mathers I meant may I join the BTCS even though I’m a round late? Team profile already PMed.
@MATHers I’m actually a bit sorry about what I’m about to say:
So I’ve decided to reverse my decision about the BTCS (should’ve been called the ITCS I think but it’s not my championship!). Are the entries full already (Obviously having said that I don’t mind being a race late – I can’t afford to anymore)?
There were once many teams in F1. Too many.
So they picked the slowest of them (i.e. NOT Ferrari, or Jordan).
They’d then do a qualifying session against themselves.
The best ones were then allowed to proceed into proper qualifying against other teams (i.e. Benetton, Williams).
Pre-qualifying. (In case you don’t know F1 used to have that (in the early ’90s, I think) The idea is that the worst teams qualify for qualy).
@bradley13 Not in the mood for anyting apart from the top flight yet, sorry!
But if you get a bit tired of doing commentary, I’m here.
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