IDR commented on the post, Pirelli says drivers should be given maximum stint lengths for its tyres 6 years, 12 months ago
They said first the rest of the teams where not using their tires for so many laps… forgetting Teams establish their stints in terms of PERFORMANCE.
Now they Say they already proposed last year to establish a […]
IDR commented on the post, Vettel's tyre failure due to Ferrari strategy – Pirelli 6 years, 12 months ago
I think Ferrari/Vettel have a point here.
From my perspective, Pirelli cannot justify this using the rest teams tyre strategy.
Teams change their tyres based on PERFORMANCE, not DURABILITY.
The point […]
IDR commented on the post, Alonso has "better future" at McLaren than Ferrari – Briatore 7 years, 2 months ago
He together with Alonso was the brain of that
I can see the benefits of that for Briatore, keeping in mind they was spending much money and Renault was not quite happy with this situation.
I cannot see why […]
IDR commented on the post, Pit lane start for eighth-placed Sainz after penalty 7 years, 2 months ago
It’s ridiculous the way the rule is working. They should notify the team through radio message not the driver through traffic lights.
In fact, I have asked Arrivabene about you and he has confirmed me he has no plans to hire @hohum to replace Kimi.
So, for The Guardian, big news are… there is no news.
Sports reporters are unique in their class.
IDR commented on the post, Ecclestone threatens to charge Manor for not racing 7 years, 5 months ago
Tell me how could Ferrari develop so much during the winter?!
It seems last year Ferrari decide to use small turbos even knowing they were sacrificing some performance but gaining in aero. (RBR style). I don’t […]
In Italy there is a lot of speculation running around this incident. There are some theories in place telling Alonso could have suffered a shock due to an electrical problem in the car.
It could be some way […]
IDR commented on the post, Ferrari unveils its vision of future F1 car design 7 years, 6 months ago
I seriously doubt this images respond to a serious engineering study, it looks more similar to pro wrestling.
What’s next, drivers dressed as Jedi’s?
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I participate in an Italian Blog run by an (very well known) Italian Journalist.
95% of the people who attend this blog do not like Alonso, and they never did. They cannot forget Alonso declarations against […]
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