I don’t really agree with an engine freeze though, how are you suppose to develop technology without changing parts? If we could just come up with a way that the engine manufacturers won’t spend a stupid amount on […]
I gave it a 4/10.
While the racing itself was quite good, the whole Lewis/Nico thing left a bad taste in my mouth (I’m not a fan of either) and left me feeling disappointed that none of the coverage seemed to […]
deanmachine commented on the post, Kvyat breaks Vettel's record as youngest points scorer 7 years, 4 months ago
It also makes Kimi the last driver still in the sport born in the 70s.
deanmachine commented on the post, Mercedes could 'do a Brawn' – but it'll be without him 7 years, 4 months ago
Ferrari are also building turbo V6s in the new generation Maseratis.
@bascb They might mean Dallara bringing the chassis building technology side of it whilst Haas themselves develop the aero and stuff, but of course with help from Dallara at the beginning. That’s at least how I’d […]
deanmachine commented on the post, Double points "totally and utterly wrong" – Surtees 7 years, 6 months ago
I knew about Infinit because I’m a massive car nerd, but it’s quite interesting I know the world is bigger than the UK, but Infinit was one of the worst selling car brands in the UK last year. I think they only […]
I can understand when the Le Mans 24 Hours or the 12 Hours of Sebring have double points over the 6 hour races in endurance championships. But not when a race is identical to the last, except more dull and less overtaking.
Actually all teams do have a current or ex Grand Prix circuit near them. All the British teams except for McLaren are very close to Silverstone. Toro Rosso is next door to Imola. Hell, even Sauber are 3 hours away […]
I’m pretty sure he started to look for another team because Sauber signed a Russian to have a drive next year and out of him a Gutierrez he didn’t bring any money, I’d of started to look at other teams too.
Sebring’s not to bad when it comes to run off, all the big stops have quite a bit of run off, but the twisties and straights have a close wall, but it’s not a big deal, I haven’t seen any particularly big shunts […]
They test at Sebring, but only on the short circuit, which isn’t big enough for a race, the big slabs of concrete on the back and front straight mean that IndyCars can’t race there as a series unfortunately.
deanmachine commented on the post, Lotus-Quantum deal still progressing, says Boullier 7 years, 8 months ago
Apparently Lotus don’t pay them anything, because they’ve licensed the Lotus marque to use in their F1 cars. Not surprising, Lotus don’t have the kind of money to be doing anything like this.
Di Resta is concerned with IndyCar safety but still willing to go there even though it’s just forced his cousin to retire from Motor Racing. Not sure I’d have the same mind set as him in his shoes to be fair.
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