SamC commented on the post, Marussia to miss last pre-season test after crash test failure 10 years, 4 months ago
@ajokay it’s to ensure the safety of the driver and to prevent the teams putting them on a track in a car that doesn’t meet standard, whether the test is private or not doesn’t make any difference at all
It would be useful to not use the F1F facebook page and feeding F1F tweets onto facebook during the broadcast gap, we don’t want to have to avoid everything. That’s the trouble with the whole world being so […]
SamC commented on the post, Toro Rosso STR7 – first pictures and video of Toro Rosso's 2012 F1 car 10 years, 4 months ago
I’m getting used to the noses looking like platypus now, but I’m starting to think all the cars just look too similar, except the McLaren with it’s smooth nose of course and the hideous Ferrari at the other […]
SamC commented on the post, Ferrari F2012 launch – first pictures and video of Ferrari's 2012 F1 car 10 years, 4 months ago
Oh dear, it looks like it’s already crashed and had it’s nose broken!
(I thought the exhausts were supposed to exit at an upward angle under the new rules?)
SamC commented on the post, Which teams will still be in F1 in ten years' time? 10 years, 5 months ago
It’s a slightly odd question, as we know many of the names that have left F1 only really changed ownership while the actual team remained fairly stable.
It comes down to who we feel is actually more important in […]
There’s some here that seem to wish to separate the cars performance from the drivers to compare the drivers. I feel that this is a bit unfair, after all the drivers work all season in practice sessions and with […]
As I understand it the concorde agreement (as long as it lasts) guarantees that there are some free-to-air broadcast races in the UK which is why we have this bizarre sharing arrangement in the first place.
If the tires are this much of a problem then there does have to be a question of Pirelli and whether they have the right compounds for the track.
That said I’m not sure we can blame Pirelli or the qualifying […]