Sergio commented on the post, Honda may repair Verstappen's power unit, Perez's "completely destroyed" 1 year, 2 months ago
There is something even more Japanese in Tanabe’s comments: there is the suggestion of a committee to solve things up!
Nothing can ensure equal starting points, not in the least because we are genetically different. If that is your standard, then any system will fail your standards. You are demanding an Utopian system, which […]
A jewel of an article, however it lacks something to get full marks: How can we pass on 2003 without delving into why Button did extract good performance of the supposedly awful BAR 005?
I think that you got the Williams nomenclature wrong. The 2004 car was the FW26, hence the 2005-06 ones were the FW27 and FW28.
Sergio commented on the post, Vettel feeling "not at home in the car yet" after tough weekend 1 year, 8 months ago
The current cars don’t have the same rear grip or stability and the low rake cars, even less so.
Ha, please tell Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon that low rake cars have even less rear grip than the high-rake o […]
Does anybody honestly think that the FIA has a budget to get close to any serious cheating? Come on, these teams spend hundreds of millions in technology and steal technicians from the governing body.
Sergio commented on the post, Smart and small Tsunoda is Japan's best chance for a champion – Marko 1 year, 8 months ago
Oh, I think it’s time to end the hype. Spot the difference between Pérez’s weekend and the first race of Albon at Spa ’19. Two similar charges through the field but, in addition, Checo’s car is arguably the best […]
I would be completely happy with switching from the Spanish TV broadcaster Movistar to what I tested over a three months-long F1 TV trial… but prior to that, some luminary has to solve the huge delay that still […]
While the team made great strides at the beginning of last year, few gains followed over the remainder of the season, and rival midfield teams were able to out-develop them
What?? Wasn’t at the end of the year […]
Sergio commented on the post, The British racing green team which showed F1 how not to do branding 1 year, 9 months ago
The story of Bill Ford’s surprise when he discovered the retainer of Edward Irvine has been widely commented; however, after @dieterrencken explanations of Checo’s contract before Force India became Racing Point, […]
Sergio commented on the post, Racing Point to "forensically" investigate how Perez contracted Covid-19 2 years, 4 months ago
Yep, but the PCR may have detected traces from a similar malaise, as the test is not fully and accurately developed for SARS-Cov2 as of today.
Sergio commented on the post, Why F1's return to Imola hasn't been called the 'San Marino Grand Prix' 2 years, 4 months ago
The biggest question is: why the Nürburging race couldn’t be called “German Grand Prix” if it is the only track that F1 will visit in the country?
In my view, Lewis has overrreacted. In case he did say it, Marko’s point is that activism is defocusing Lewis from racing proficiency.
I’m involved in a political party and there have been tons of times that […]
Obvious. He has to decide on his future before the next F1 race, in March 2021.
Sergio commented on the post, Hamilton in talks with Carey over environmental role 3 years ago
Suggestion to environmentally conscious Hamilton: Avoid corporate bla-bla-blah crap and boycott floodlit races.
Sergio commented on the post, F1's new tyre wear television graphic is "misleading", says Pirelli 3 years, 1 month ago
In my view, you’re being too harsh with AWS graphics. Some of them, like the one about tyre life, are complete rubbish because they don’t seem to be based on serious calculations. But, with respect to the rest, we […]
So be it and let it show the path to the competitors.
“[…] the full list of exclusions such as executive salaries, driver remuneration and marketing, hospitality and “other” costs from budget caps still needs to be defined”.
Translation: They’ll make sure tha […]
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