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3rd February 2014, 11:39 at 11:39 am #246428
I would love to see Martini logos on the Williams, giving it that old school look :) Not so sure how the red would go with their current colour though3rd February 2014, 11:36 at 11:36 am #248412
I love it! No matter how tight they get with the rules, there is always a way around!3rd February 2014, 11:35 at 11:35 am #248399
@geemac Is that a vanity panel to hide the nose during testing? Otherwise I can’t see the point?2nd February 2014, 4:38 at 4:38 am #248090
Good work on the update, but ever since the upgrade, no matter what browser or device i use, I get a response saying I can’t log in due to cookies, yet if I click log in on this page it allows me to log in. Also I think this issue was stated by someone else, I am not receiving any notifications.1st February 2014, 10:47 at 10:47 am #248447
Interesting views, people have already written off Lotus, predicted Mercedes at the top and placed a rookie of the front row. I’ll reserve my guess until the Bahrain test has been run :)23rd December 2013, 12:40 at 12:40 pm #230360
Apparently the doors having been swinging flat out at Caterham the last few weeks, the breeze is apparently blowing behind Ericsson and Kobayashi. Personally I think it would be a shame to to see Kobayashi in such a car9th December 2013, 10:56 at 10:56 am #246894
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It’s true Lotus want him, be he has to be released from Caterham. I can’t see that being an issue, maybe even pushed by Renault. But time is running out Davide still might get the drive.13th November 2013, 13:12 at 1:12 pm #239163
I don’t understand why we are going back to ‘ski’ noses. @prisoner-monkeys gave a great example in a early post regarding the fact that MSC nearly had a face full of Luizzi with what is close to current nose specs. With these new nose tips, it’s more like they’re promoting parts for “Death Race” before they’re implementing control. The monocoque is built to withstand huge impact and forces, forces much greater than a lightweight nose cone and front wing assembly could provide. So the alternative is to ramp the nose? Imagine that nose tucking under someone’s rear wheel at the first corner as the grid backs up, or in a situation of side impact. I struggle to see how this design will improve safety13th November 2013, 11:51 at 11:51 am #24497213th November 2013, 11:25 at 11:25 am #24497010th November 2013, 12:36 at 12:36 pm #244903
There was a rumour floating around that Hulk hadn’t been paid either and will be leaving Sauber to fill Kimi’s set for the final two races??
A former F1 turned rally driver has also been doing simulator testing …. *adds another pot to stir.2nd November 2013, 12:02 at 12:02 pm #243809
I find it very interesting that a lot of people here are defending Mclaren saying they have only had one bad season. Let’s see, when was their last constructors championship win? 1998? Adrian Newey designed car? For a team with such huge backing and resources not to mention good drivers, this is a dismal result. Yes Lewis won them a world championship in 2008, but since Ron Dennis left in 2009 so has all the direction. There is no point is having a fast car if you don’t have a good team or reliability, so to answer the original question, yes Mclaren is already heading down the path of the being the new Williams, especially with Whitmarsh and co leading the way9th September 2013, 11:25 at 11:25 am #229802
Vergne and Grosjean together at Lotus isn’t such a bad idea. A all French driver line up might bring in some good sponsorship.15th July 2013, 6:13 at 6:13 am #238844
Personally I’m tired of everyone pointing the finger a Monisha. F1 has always been an expensive sport and teams throw millions of dollars at trying to be number 1. Williams recent years are a clear indication of this. There cannot be one single person responsible for the financial issues at Sauber, would the same blame be pointed at Horner if it were RBR?