@f1mre Holding both Miami & Canadian GPs within May’s latter half would work weather-wise, but other events & Indy 500 bring different difficulties.
Adam Hardwick commented on the post, Should the Italian Grand Prix have finished behind the Safety Car? 2 weeks, 1 day ago
@f1mre Indeed – I wonder why finishing under the SC is such a hot topic now, when we’ve had many races (and indeed a championship) finish like this without all this debate…
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Jere commented on the post, Should the Italian Grand Prix have finished behind the Safety Car? 2 weeks, 1 day ago
@f1mre I couldn’t agree more with you.
Optimaximal commented on the post, Porsche confirms it will not enter Formula 1 with Red Bull 2 weeks, 4 days ago
@f1mre Liberty aren’t necessarily afraid of new teams – the teams are, because it will dillute any payments they are automatically due and also risk one of them losing out of cash by ‘not being in the top 10’…
JohnH commented on the post, Audi confirms 2026 F1 entry as engine manufacturer 1 month ago
@f1mre Honda is staying till the end of 2025 they build and maintain the PUs as they have in the past.
GT Racer commented on the post, FIA affirms three sprint races on 2023 Formula 1 calendar 2 months, 1 week ago
@f1mre There are many within the FIA, Including the new president who are not a fan of the format. There is also a belief that Liberty are exaggerating the impact it’s had given how weekend attendance, TV ratings […]
@f1mre Luckily for you, Mission 44 already has such a definition, which Lewis is likely to want the F1 teams to also use as a starting point: people from low-income backgrounds, people of colour, people who have […]
Spot on, @f1mre.
All the silly bouncing is a great testament to Brawn/Liberty’s determination, in cooperation with the FIA, to bring the sport into disrepute.
My non-F1-fans friends asked me recently why […]
Jere commented on the post, Schumacher: New cars make 2022 not a "real second year" for me 3 months, 2 weeks ago
@f1mre The 2014 technical rule changes weren’t anywhere near as considerable in magnitude as this year’s, so slightly apples to oranges.
On the 2nd point, he should have, although I’m positive he’ll stop crashing […]
@f1mre It wasn’t so much the speed but more the way the barrier on the exit of the final corner comes back towards the track because of the grandstand.
It was felt as cars got faster the consequences of a car […]
Rhys Lloyd commented on the post, F1 to trial new mandatory qualifying tyre compound rule in 2023 4 months, 4 weeks ago
@f1mre the amount of carbon those jets released pales in comparison to the amount of carbon required to manufacture and transport all those tyres.
Neiana commented on the post, Porsche and Audi move closer to F1 commitment after meeting 5 months, 3 weeks ago
@f1mre it’s mostly differentiated by income, though, if we’re being brutally honest.
Mashiat commented on the post, Leclerc quickest from Verstappen in second Australian practice 5 months, 3 weeks ago
@f1mre Vettel I think will likely retire, but I expect Alonso to continue. He seems to have a new appreciation for F1 since his return, and as long as Alpine is not completely hopeless and has a decent Q3 car, he’ll stay.
Going for the hardest combination is understandable, given Bahrain GP is a debut for an unfamiliar wheel rim size.
Robbie commented on the post, First pictures: McLaren reveals its genuine 2022 F1 car in a new livery 7 months, 2 weeks ago
@f1mre So probably not their actual rear wing then.
@f1mre I know, I know. They’re exceptional pieces of technology, and of course perfectly safe. It was more just a dig at Bernie and his ideas.
SB12 commented on the post, Poll – Should F1 use the Bahrain Outer Track for 2022's proposed first sprint race? 8 months ago
@f1mre well said !
Maybe the day that it is proven to be intentional. i.e. never. It was hardly Senna Prost 1990 was it, let’s be honest here @f1mre.
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