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@ecwdanselby they actively look for something to be offended about.
While I agree with you here in general the ways in which a heavily
patriarchal society, often without knowing it, behaves unacceptingly […]
@ecwdanselby it’s not just dull, it’s horrible. And that bit they did on the fin has nothing to do with the rest of the car, it’s like they glued some Audi WEC stickers just there.
But they also sport very dull […]
Hmm true, Honda investing more into something they are not strong in seems unlikely, maybe they will try supplying the engine to another team, if Mclaren backs out. I am looking at Sauber.
I agree with that @ecwdanselby, the racing was far from great that year. The tyres lasting for the whole race, with cars stopping whenever there was a SC or going to the last lap (regardless of being on the harder […]
@ecwdanselby Yes, Zandvoort town is a logistical nightmare on eventdays and it would probably take hundreds of millions to get it up to a proper standard.
Add to that another several hundreds of millions to […]
Dom commented on the post, Hamilton wants no more data sharing with team mates 1 month ago
I’m not sure it’s actually a shot at Verstappen to be fair @ecwdanselby, after all Stroll has had a similar jump from junior formula to F1, I think he’s just saying that path shouldn’t become the norm. Obviously I […]
@ecwdanselby, But why do anything to make overtaking when the lack of overtaking is well recognised as part of the problem, remember F1 is a competition where half a kilo of bodyweight or extra fuel is ruthlessly excised.
Savage_420 commented on the post, Mercedes’ Bottas decision gets Hamilton’s blessing 2 months ago
@ecwdanselby I actually liked them.
@ecwdanselby And I actually glad they coined the term “sports entertainment” too which is an accurate description of what they’re doing. For me F1 still a sport because every competitor stick to the rules (instead […]
PorscheF1 commented on the post, FIA publishes new rules for ‘elimination qualifying’ 1 year ago
@ecwdanselby I disagree that it is crazy.
What started off as a race which held great promise with the Williams jumping ahead, ended up being nothing but the usual Mercedes coming back forward to take 1-2, Kimi […]
Dom commented on the post, Renault accept power unit penalties are inevitable 2 years, 5 months ago
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“Athanasios Papatheodorou – track architect for the prospective race promoter Dielpis – says that ‘the Prime Minister himself has supported fully the initiative for organizing F1 races and is looking forward to the instruction from the relevant international federations to realize the Dielpis Formula One project.'”
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“Max Verstappen has had his first F1 outing today at Rockingham – still some 35 days short of his 17th birthday.”
“McLaren and Martin Whitmarsh have agreed amicably to part company.”
“We are working on the strategy for the driver line-up for the next years. For me it’s important to say years because we are looking for three years and maybe five years.”
“We are now assessing all scenarios. I think GP2 is one of them, as he still has to learn more about GP2, get more wins and obviously fight for the championship.”
“He was then convinced to return to Lotus and became Colin Chapman’s design engineer, translating his ideas into designs and making them work. In this role he played a key part in the design if the Lotus 25 and 33 models.”
“This former works Lotus, Renault, Brabham, Peugeot and Jaguar driver who won Le Mans, the World SportsCar Championship and is now President of the British Racing Drivers’ Club named a stock car race with his family at Wimbledon Stadium as his greatest ever.”
Rosberg escapes without further punishment. I understand that but wonder if the FIA will have a quiet word about their conduct.
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If the whole video was on-board, it’d be a lot easier to tell, but I’d say the circuit actually looks pretty darn fast.
Many of the corners (up until the final sector) look surprisingly quick. A car with decent downforce will be lifting/dabbing the brakes on most of them.
It actually seems like quite a different style circuit for Hermann Tilke (again, with the exception of the final sector, which is just Abu Dhabi). Even in this (comparatively) slow car, the corners come thick and fast and seem never ending, but they’re all pretty quick.
Usually Tilke’s circuits include the mandatory long straight, and a mix of bends. This seems to be many quick flicks.
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On this day in F1
On this day 25 years ago it rain at Spa and Ayrton Senna did his stuff, leading home team mate Alain Prost.
But Prost had the feisty Ferrari of Nigel Mansell on his tail. Mansell was taking a particularly creative line at the exit of the La Source hairpin, and pressured Prost until he almost caught Senna, the trio separated by less than two seconds at the flag.
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