If he has to resort to whistleblowers to do this then it shows what a desperate situation he is in. It is literally impossible to enforce and insanely hard to prove. Unless the whistleblower has something […]
The problem is research could be legitimately done by the road car division and then subsequently used within F1. Can you imagine how insanely hard proving this would be. The whistleblower would literally need an […]
The only way this will work is if the companies are nearly constantly audited. However, looking at history it is pretty easy to fool them too. Either way i highly doubt any company on the grid wants that. Given […]
bertie commented on the post, Why the new fuel limit is one of 2014's toughest rules 7 years, 4 months ago
Fuel saving only affects acceleration. Tyre saving affects everything from cornering to braking.
bertie commented on the post, Caption Competition 40: Hamilton, Raikkonen and Vettel 7 years, 6 months ago
Lewis: “This hat completes me…”
bertie commented on the post, Drivers warned over abusing track limits to get DRS 7 years, 7 months ago
No. Sand traps cause car flipping. I would prefer them but they are no way safer.
bertie commented on the post, First F1 video footage shot in 4K resolution in Korea 7 years, 8 months ago
Even the HD broadcasts these days are only in 720p. Sadly, we are a long way off 1080p let alone 4k.
bertie commented on the post, Singapore showed Vettel's true advantage – Hamilton 7 years, 8 months ago
However you look at it driving style doesn’t allow you to put the power down 20 metres before anyone else especially when you consider he was hardly skimming the barriers. Who knows why webber isn’t getting the […]
It does make you wonder what kind of work environment this creates. If I was an engineer I would certainly think twice about joining a company so engulfed in politics.
The recent link of Alonso and redbull I […]
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