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10th May 2014, 21:14 at 9:14 pm #259672
If it was just engine power… all the Merc cars would be in front. It’s clearly everything.
Well balanced, plenty of downforce and of course a perfect PU.
Vettel say he is struggling with balnce mostly, so maybe that is one of Red Bulls shortfalls.2nd May 2014, 3:42 at 3:42 am #258647
Some paragraphs would have really helped me read that! But interesting!23rd April 2014, 22:02 at 10:02 pm #258021
The merc is absolutely no slouch when it comes to downforce. But their big thing is their balance advantage through the better packaging of the engine, again important in the wet. Red Bull probably do have more overall downforce, but the Merc and Ferrari aren’t so far behind. You can usually tell by how much front downforce they are looking for as to how much overall downforce they have because front downforce is almost always to balance out the downforce they have at the rear9th August 2013, 15:59 at 3:59 pm #239806
Looks like FOM now own Mark Webbers’ face and Top Gear ^^^9th August 2013, 15:58 at 3:58 pm #239907
Didn’t know you were on here JV :)13th April 2012, 15:52 at 3:52 pm #199362
I’ve just discovered the joys of Feta cheese! Great on a toastie with chorizo!
Other than that I like most non-mouldy cheeses. Brie is bloody awful!18th March 2012, 23:43 at 11:43 pm #196379
@mnmracer all I am saying is that if rosberg hadn’t given him the space and they had collided everybody would probably think it was a stupid move!18th March 2012, 22:43 at 10:43 pm #196376
I have to say that as much as Vettels move was brave, he would not have made that stick without the co-operation of Rosberg. Had he pulled that move around many other drivers he would not be on the race track coming out of the corner. It is a brave move but not as good as many of you think IMHO.17th February 2012, 14:52 at 2:52 pm #183271
Best GT5 league I’ve ever raced in. And don’t forget guys, if this isn’t the league for you, we still hav eplenty of other leagues going, including catering for you aussies and americans! Get over and register at precisionracingleague.com
If you find enough interest to start your own league we will also host these for you :)4th November 2011, 20:10 at 8:10 pm #180836
I traded my copy in and felt like i was robbing the 20 quid i got for it when i did so. Complete heap of BS. Until they release a proper F1 sim, I’ll stick to gt5 and rfactor. F1 2011 is just far too arcady.1st November 2011, 23:25 at 11:25 pm #183981
Perhaps you could work with your web developer keith to add buttons to your moderating side of things and when you delete these comments it send and automatic email to the user in question, that way you only ever have to write the email once! You could perhaps have a three strikes and out policy for pessitant serious offenders but make it all automated within your brilliant site, so you don’t have to spend as much time dealing with it.
Of course, not everything deserves a ban or warning, but if f1f automatically sent somebody an email explaining that their comment had been moderated and gave a spectrum of reasons why it may have been moderated, I think most would accept that.
Of course you’d get the occasional reply to these emails but not as many posts on the site going “where has my post gone?”.6th October 2011, 21:23 at 9:23 pm #179928
The “we love KC” group!29th September 2011, 18:03 at 6:03 pm #179189
This is what I’d do to both solve the issue of the car slinger corner and increase overtaking on the track:15th September 2011, 8:44 at 8:44 am #178243
Sebastian Vettel – Astronomical
Mark Webber – Calamitous
Lewis Hamilton – God
Jenson Button – Genius
Fernando Alonso – Gentleman-sausage
Felipe Massa – Ineffective
Michael Schumacher – Antique
Nico Rosberg – Camouflaged
Nick Heidfeld – Indifferent
Bruno Senna – Propitious
Vitaly Petrov – Average
Rubens Barrichello – Depleted
Pastor Maldonado – Savage
Adrian Sutil – Uninspiring
Paul di Resta – Dexterous
Kamui Kobayashi – Banzai
Sergio Perez – Average
Sebastian Buemi – Aimless
Jaime Alguersuari – Average
Heikki Kovalainen – Friendly
Jarno Trulli – Train
Narain Karthikeyan – Nonfunctional
Daniel Ricciardo – Potential
Viantonio Liuzzi – Incompetent
Timo Glock – Wasted
Jerome d’Ambrosio – Custard6th September 2011, 10:33 at 10:33 am #177441
*plastic things = tecpro, it just popped back into my head!