Exactly – crashing by accident is one thing, but doing it intentionally is dangerous and totally unacceptable. That incident with Hamilton was the turning point for me, and I believe there was at least one more […]
I think they’re referring specifically to a compressor supplying compressed air to the pneumatic valve system. Not even sure they carry one on board though, as (at least on the V8s) I can remember Lotus having to […]
Richard Rigby commented on the post, Engine rules change is “first victory” for Ferrari 1 year, 6 months ago
The superlicense points are a double edged sword.
I think it’s good that drivers need to have demonstrated some reasonable success to be eligible.
It’s not nice to see good drivers passed up for inferior […]
About this moaning on unsafe releases. Let’s just check a few facts.
1. An unsafe release *vastly* increases the likelihood of someone in the pitlane getting hurt.
2. They have still been happening! (despite […]
Richard Rigby commented on the post, Why ‘full throttle’ doesn’t mean ‘full power’ any more 2 years, 5 months ago
So the drivers will be able to increase their engine performance for 1 or 2 laps to try and aid overtaking.
If it weren’t for DRS then this would have been really interesting. A chasing driver may have been […]
Richard Rigby commented on the post, Polls show fans more concerned about DRS than tyres 4 years ago
I saw on one of the junior categories (I forget which one), that they can use DRS freely in the race, whenever they want, but they have a *time limit* on the total amount of use – in this case 7 mins for the whole […]