Mark Sinclair commented on the post, Will Red Bull succeed again in earning a tougher penalty for Hamilton? 3 months ago
“After carefully studying the data again as per Red Bull’s request, we find that Car 33 driven by Max Verstappen had the steering wheel turned too far to the right and caused a collision. We award a 5 grid penalty […]
The drivers/teams do not have to wait till the final 3 minutes or so. Q1 is 10 minutes. They always go out for the first and last 3 minutes. At every Grand Prix, not just Monaco. What is to stop them going out in […]
How do you work out 4 champions?
First he teamed up with Fernando Alonso who was a champion.
Then Heikki Kovalienen who was not a champion.
Then Jenson Button who was a champion.
Then Nico Rosberg, who […]
Many thanks for posting these links and the contracts. Very interesting to read! Loved the fact that the contracts had obviously been typed out once, and then any additions were squeezed in, in smaller typeface […]
Do you have a link to a standard driver contract template that you have mentioned?
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, Up to Hamilton to decide if he's fit enough to race – Wolff 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Ok, he decides he is not fit enough.
So….. who drives the car? Nobody. I think the rules are that in order to race that car, the driver has to take part in the same car in at least one free practice or the […]
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, Hamilton's last contract took 10 hours to negotiate – Wolff 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Toto says he does not want to contaminate either driver. The photos above says otherwise, same as the celebrations afterwards in winning the constructors championship. There are a few photos around the web of Toto […]
Is the car actually 2 years old? The end of the 2018 season is actually only 18 months ago? Surely they should only be allowed to use the 2017 car? Bit confused.
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, McLaren open to "opportunities" to bring Key in earlier 3 years, 2 months ago
This is what Adrian Newey did. He wrote this in his Autobiography.
He was on gardening leave before joining either McLaren or Red Bull, I forget which. He sat in his home office for several months with no […]
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, Giovinazzi unofficially beats Hungaroring track record in F1 test 3 years, 2 months ago
What cars are being used for testing? I presume it is one of the race drivers car? Eg Mercedes are using Bottas’s car.
Or do they have a spare car used for testing?
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, False flags: F1's three other chequered flag blunders 3 years, 4 months ago
In this instance, the early flag waving did not affect the outcome of the race.
Imagine if it had happened at Brazil in 2008, Felipe Massa would have been champion and not Lewis.
Are you able to produce a graphic / GIF / animation that shows how grid penalites actually happen. Or are you able to point me in direction of such a graphic?
There was a race […]
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, Bottas was "definitely hoping for more" than two wins 3 years, 11 months ago
It was actually 7 in a row, albeit over two seasons.
The last 3 races of 2015 and the first 4 races of 2016.
We don’t have a 2017 champion yet.
At the cross roads, who gives way to who? The back markers give way to the leaders?
Mark Sinclair commented on the post, Analysis: The race ban threat hanging over Vettel in Austria 4 years, 3 months ago
What is the difference between paying 1 full time steward for 20 races and a different steward for each race? (Assuming the fee is the same for each race).
1 x full time steward gets paid £10,000 per race, […]
In the first restart, Lewis almost caught and passed the safety car.
Imagine that he did in fact catch the safety car, then realised it and then backed off by just lifting off momentarily (not braking) before […]
Would Carey be making this sort of fuss if it was another driver from the back of the grid doing this? Eg Werhlien in the Sauber missing Monaco for Indy500?
Yes, Alonso is obviously a higher rated driver than […]
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