Michel S. commented on the post, Horner rubbishes Aston Martin's "naive" call for aerodynamic rules change 6 months ago
They aren’t whinging now, but Hamilton certainly was in Bahrain.
Michel S. commented on the post, Bahrain wants pre-season testing to return in 2022 6 months, 2 weeks ago
What new engines is he talking about?
Michel S. commented on the post, Mazepin has shortest grand prix debut of any driver since 2002 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Huh, so Kobayashi’s last point scoring finish matched his (pointless under the old point system) debut
@keithcollantine I think you meant to say Stroll missed one less race than Perez?
That was partly reflected in the 50-point gap between them at the end of the season, which probably flattered Stroll, who missed […]
The same Cognizant that used to run Facebook’s content moderation operations?
Oh boy. Between Stroll and Vettel and this (and the clone car) I’m cheering McLaren and Renault and Ferrari over them
Michel S. commented on the post, Kvyat backs return of spectators as 30,000 are expected at Sochi 1 year ago
In hindsight I wish this GP got dropped and we have Zandvoort without spectators instead.
Like @jerejj I wish it won’t backfire butI’m not optimistic
Michel S. commented on the post, No new teams before 2026? The likely cost of F1's $200m "anti-dilution fund" 1 year ago
Having a progressively increasing anti dilution fee would also help – it would encourage potential entrants to sign up sooner rather than later so it’s easier to keep a full grid
Michel S. commented on the post, Vote for your 2020 Italian Grand Prix Driver of the Weekend 1 year, 1 month ago
Also, Giovinazzi protecting Raikonnen by delaying pitting for his penalty
Apparently the team was fine with Perez flying to Mexico too, so I guess there’s no travel bubble.
Michel S. commented on the post, McLaren allowed to alter 2020 chassis to fit Mercedes power unit 1 year, 6 months ago
Mercedes->Honda->Renault->Mercedes — the lost years at McLaren
Yikes, that’s a comedy of errors. Is the wrong gear ratio on both his cars?
Michel S. commented on the post, Sooner, later or never: When should Formula 1 go fully electric? 2 years, 5 months ago
I wonder if the range limitation could be addressed by designing battery packs to be hot-swappable though.
Americans anachronistically still start the week on Sundays :)
Well, the Force Indias running identical engines survived and bagged points, and two Renault-powered cars (Ricciardo and Hulkenberg) also retired :)
Michel S. commented on the post, McLaren reveals aerodynamic problem behind poor form 3 years, 3 months ago
Is Macca pulling a Mac(intosh)? Apple also under invested on their Mac hardware in favor of mobile phones (just as McLaren seems perfectly capable of making good sports cars) and the lack of focus shows
Hamilton was quoted saying they run more wing than usual to account for the 3rd DRS zone. That might account for the lack of incidents after the first couple of laps.
But yes, total bust when it comes to […]
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