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8th September 2011, 14:46 at 2:46 pm #149191
I think Mclaren will be the next manufacture.
Mclaren already have the Mclaren F1 road car, the MP4/12C just about on the market.
The Mercedes engine deal has not been renewed after 2012.
Ron is busy trying to build his own engine to supply to the F1 team.
Watch out Ferrari, Mclaren R chasing U down.
Road car and F1 team.
The future is bright, the future is MP419th June 2011, 15:00 at 3:00 pm #171584
Mclaren are definitely NOT going to renew the engine deal with Mercedes.
They could still B a customer that is true and admitted, by Ron & Norbert.
Though Ron is working on building his own engine. He is hoping to supply it to the
F1 works team, in the near future.
His side project is the mclaren roadcar. In the 90s there were the mclaren f1 road car, now he is producing the mp4 12c.
He wants to live the dream and create the british ferrari.
Part 1 the F1 team. Part 11 the road car (which is in the process)
Part 111 Mclaren F1 powered by Mclaren8th May 2011, 18:55 at 6:55 pm #168379
Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motor racing,
the points system revisions have helped to make
the sport more Americanized – get points just for
turning up, running a car and taking part – just so
competitors go away with something. Not
because they are the better competitors, they just
have the required resources.8th May 2011, 15:10 at 3:10 pm #168359
Indeed I could not agree more.
The racing has been lost, it is essentially now all about the pit stops.
Not just about the strategy, Jenson were on a different strategy 2 others.
Other than the car, the tyres are the most influential attribute.
A REAL tyre war is required, not just a single supplier.
A number of suppliers to mix things up. Or a number of options
from Pirelli, not just the current formst of prime and option tyre.
Something like p1, p2, p3 – o1,o2, 03.
It is consistent that when it is wet this adds another variable.21st April 2011, 20:30 at 8:30 pm #167386
Ned Flanders so U can google and use wikipedia, U must B really clever.
It is a FACT that Ron wishes to create the British Ferrari.
He has the F1 team, though the engine is a customer engine.
He is in the process of creating his own road car, in the 90s he created the mclaren F1 roadcar. He is working on developing an engine to use when the mercedes
deal comes to an end. As U have googled, possibly an engine customer after 2015, so time in pocket if the engine is not complete21st April 2011, 15:02 at 3:02 pm #167380
Team Mclaren colours are orange.
Vodafone would NOT like to advertise their competitors.
Hmm would Vodafone really want 2 advertise their biggest competitors.21st April 2011, 14:59 at 2:59 pm #167379
“So with the Mercedes engine deal set to expire”
according to who?
>UR not very quick R U. The mercedes engine deal has not been renewed
Mercedes have their own works team, Ron is building the Mclaren road car (MP4-12C)
he intends to put their own engine in the F1 car.
Ron has been planning it for over 10 years !!!!!
This necessiitates a livery change because Mercedes are the silver arrows20th April 2011, 19:10 at 7:10 pm #167370
The link U provided is to the MP4-12C (Mclaren road car),
I am referring to the Mclaren F1 team.
Ferrari is red, Mclaren should be blue (a stylish silver/chrome blue)17th April 2011, 16:02 at 4:02 pm #167247
This would be a perfect opportunity for the FIA to set a president.
Irrespective that nothing was gained, a rule is a rule and Alonso broke the rule.
Alonso therefore CHEATED!!! It is not his fault that he did not gain from breaking the
rules. Perfect opportunity for the FIA to set an example, ensuring that in future
rules are not broken, ensuring appropriate competition is in place.13th April 2011, 19:38 at 7:38 pm #166814
Is quick Nick the modern day Mika Hakkinen – it took Mika
a number of years & further years to record his first
win, were it something like mp417 that enabled him to
secure his first win then the mp418 his first title.
He has similar attributes to the Finn, just not had
the car30th March 2011, 16:26 at 4:26 pm #165107
Well AndrewTanner and the many others – can U NOT Google either
declarin that Kimi is in WRC – Kimi has signed a final big pay and joined
JPM in Nascar29th March 2011, 16:06 at 4:06 pm #165103
Kimi Raikkonen has ceased talks about his plans for the 2011 season following the death of his father
So that helps to explain what he is doing now, sulkin – normal for him though !!!29th March 2011, 16:00 at 4:00 pm #165102
Ok bad syntax; he was open to a return though nobody ‘competitive’ had a seat27th March 2011, 16:49 at 4:49 pm #164893
Re: I doubt Kimi and Renault will happen…
>I am with U there dude
but I do expect there to be a lot of noise in the media about the possibility, the chances of him returning to Ferrari to partner Alonso….
>Again another good point, there will always B the speculation though
I don`t see Ferrari droppin Massa.
t Kimis contract with Ferrari ended?? (paid off …)
Kimi is not the development driver Ferrari need. The flyin Finn(2) is fast though NOT what Ferrari need at the mo, neither is Alonso. Ferrari need 2 develop the CAR. Alonso will be consistent in what ever. Kimi will be flyin fast in whatever.27th March 2011, 16:34 at 4:34 pm #165201
Re: Reminds me of Williams in 1993-94
>Wasn`t that ALSO a Adrian Newey designed car !!??