Again, aircraft travel at greater speeds and are not racing as close up as open wheel cars are on track @clay. Distortion is still an issue, but not as critical. And their cockpits are wider than an F1 cockpit.
“I mean if a Perspex canopy is good enough for a mach 2+ fighter plane surely it’s ok for a race car?” nope @clay. Because in a fighter plane going mach 2+ you never need to look at something real close, so d […]
@clay Trashing their partner and insulting Mercedes and Ferrari won’t help them much for attracting new partner even that not in F1 currently. If you running a corporation, do you want to work with someone that […]
Sonics commented on the post, Hamilton bemused by Red Bull's "odd" threats to leave 6 years ago
@clay They’re rightfully called the biggest bad guy here. However Renault screws up, they don’t deserve the amount of shaming RBR has said about them. For using the “rubbish” engine they somehow still sit […]
JerseyF1 commented on the post, Hamilton bemused by Red Bull's "odd" threats to leave 6 years ago
@clay So many inaccuracies it’s hard to know where to start or even cover them all. RBR’s domination was largely down to blown diffuser, without the Renault engine and development they would not have achieved […]
bull mello commented on the post, Ecclestone denies describing F1 as a "crap product" 6 years, 4 months ago
@clay – And how would a budget limit scheme be enforced? More penalties of course!
@clay Mercedes had 4 years to develop this engine. Honda doesn’t lack innovation or ideas. It just lacks the ability to execute, similar to the 2013 McLaren MP4-28, where they went for a complete revolution of the […]
Keith Collantine commented on the post, Forget surveys, here's what F1 can learn from Monaco 6 years, 4 months ago
Remember Alonso unable to fight for the 2010 title thanks to being held up behind a slow car?
I remember another team making a big strategy mistake and paying an even bigger price than Mercedes did. […]
Dr. Jekyll commented on the post, First pictures: Red Bull RB11 appears in camouflage 6 years, 8 months ago
@clay I think the direct opposite… rather a long nose like ferrari, or a short one like merc, than the micro fallos of williams and RB
@clay That’s definitely the idea, hence his move to Toro Rosso. If the car is good this year, they’ll probably move him over to RB. In the mean time, Newey has scaled back, Peter Prod has gone to McLaren, so Rob […]
@clay but just in case you didn’t observe well enough, Perez was riddled was misfortunes and poorly timed overtakes (some of which he weren’t his fault at all). For example, tyre explosions in Britian and Korea […]
Sorry, but as several pointed out here, it WAS cheating @clay
@clay To compare this to Merc’s transgression misses one of the major points of that case…Charlie Whiting made a mistake and gave what appeared to be permission to Merc for them to conduct the test.
Oh dear, there’s so much wrong with this statement @clay.
Firstly, in what world is it fair for the teams to measure their own fuel?!
So, for qualifying in China, if Kimi Raikkonen refuses to be weighed, then […]
@clay I disagree completely, and it starts with the fact that this issue this year has nothing to do with last year’s Pirelli tire test, and the two scenarios are not comparable.
So far we haven’t heard the […]
@clay Beautiful. My sentiments are similar but I couldn’t have written it so well.
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