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16th August 2014, 9:54 at 9:54 am #27053414th August 2014, 8:45 at 8:45 am #270470
It’s here @Keithcollantine I sorry I googled this from a rival.
I can’t seem to remember precisely where I heard about that, it was either from Peter Windsor or during FP from David Croft. I would go with the latter possibly by the time of the Spanish GP, I think that would explain why you haven’t heard about this.13th August 2014, 3:20 at 3:20 am #270343
A couple months ago a Santander top man said that their company hadn’t renewed their McLaren contract amidst the Hamilton departure because with Button alone they didn’t think they would reach the audience they want. Since the last GP Santander is back on McLaren which is a blatant clue that Alonso is signing with McLaren, or else a desperate attempt to achieve such.4th May 2014, 1:53 at 1:53 am #258724
@dragoll For the record I assumed first that it was just bad insulation. It’s expressed clearly above in the poorly written theory.
It’s constant and throughout all the GP’s yet and just in Ferrari powered cars, therefore it must not be a camera glitch and because there are 3 Ferrari teams I think it’s unlikely to be how the cameras are wired up as all 3 teams must have different wiring, the power source though could be the same but the insulation should be similar.2nd May 2014, 18:07 at 6:07 pm #258689
Thanks, @keithedin. Do have any theory for the camera glitch seen in Ferrari powered cars?26th April 2014, 9:29 at 9:29 am #258222
No, not by a long way, nevertheless he wasn’t that bad, sometimes British drivers get 2 more looks than they should but it’s right to say that Davidson had the handle of Sato and Sato wasn’t that much slower than Button, although it’s unfair to compare drivers this way, I think it’s the only way, besides it’s not like Button is a top man in F1, he has lost out to many team-mates but he has his qualities and he always suffer from his larger stature.16th March 2014, 5:01 at 5:01 am #252649
Have you not noticed that on the last 2 year there are ad-overlays on tv? Mostly Pirelli banners that don’t exist, some appear at the pit-lane but often only work on one camera angle.
#2the FOM graphics put the personal numbers near the race position numbers.7th March 2014, 21:32 at 9:32 pm #251144
UPDATE: BBC has replied and changed the article it now looks like this7th March 2014, 17:53 at 5:53 pm #251088
8)6 Kimi, Alonso, Lewis, Rosberg, Bottas, Vettel
10)Germany25th February 2014, 1:35 at 1:35 am #249730
Dario Franchitti.19th November 2013, 18:20 at 6:20 pm #245474
Grosjean move can’t be awarded overtake of the GP because the move was aided by Seb, had Grosjean taken Seb I would vote for him.19th November 2013, 18:18 at 6:18 pm #245473
Max Chilton on no one.23rd September 2013, 0:58 at 12:58 am #241939
This is F1 neither was afraid neither should the other guys be even if they are probably in other state of mind by this point of the weekend.6th June 2013, 11:48 at 11:48 am #237260
Thanks.7th April 2013, 22:38 at 10:38 pm #230803
MotoGP has suffered a lot in recent years. Racing was getting worse and worse, year after year but I think the reason why I thought that racing was worsening it was simply the fact that Rossi wasn’t there to entertain, historically MotoGP was all about managing to be quick and not die and that is not properly good racing, so racing was never that incredible. 5 points between race winner and 2nd always promoted consistency and it has always been that way but for a moment in Rossi’s era it seemed it was the quickest man the winner but ultimately it was all a mirage. MotoGP has been like it is since the early 90’s, without any difference at all, Stoner looked like Kevin Schwantz and Lorenzo looked like Rainey. Now with Rossi back at yamaha perhaps we will have some more overtaking as Rossi seems to fail to qualify as well as the bike and then rush through the field, and that’s exactly what happened today, slightly smaller gaps than 12 months ago but finally the race was boring if it wasn’t for Rossi. Why is motogp often boring I don’t know, is anything that we can do? Maybe we should stretch the field equip more riders with updated bikes. Honestly it must be possible to improve racing, just look at the BSB, racing is always better than MotoGP, especially now they have banned “rider aids” even in WSuperbikes we have better racing.