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2014 Formula 1 Season

# 1  3/16/14 4:26 PM

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So here is the annual F1 thread, melbourne was full of drama this weekend

cars not quite as unpredictable as expected. The annual first corner smash happened even it wasnt as spectacular as normal.

new technology

new redbull drama, horner saying the fuel things are broke and they didnt break the rules..

Rookies on the podium, I predict a battle this year with no runaway vettel buttt this 50pointer abu dhabi race is just odd

thoughts peoples?

# 2  3/16/14 4:33 PM

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Miss_lovely1 wrote:

So here is the annual F1 thread, melbourne was full of drama this weekend

cars not quite as unpredictable as expected. The annual first corner smash happened even it wasnt as spectacular as normal.

new technology

new redbull drama, horner saying the fuel things are broke and they didnt break the rules..

Rookies on the podium, I predict a battle this year with no runaway vettel buttt this 50pointer race is just odd

thoughts peoples?

more races like this....and i might be able to stay awake and watch the full HIGHLIGHTS...

# 3  3/16/14 4:39 PM

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metallica wrote:

Miss_lovely1 wrote:

So here is the annual F1 thread, melbourne was full of drama this weekend

cars not quite as unpredictable as expected. The annual first corner smash happened even it wasnt as spectacular as normal.

new technology

new redbull drama, horner saying the fuel things are broke and they didnt break the rules..

Rookies on the podium, I predict a battle this year with no runaway vettel buttt this 50pointer race is just odd

thoughts peoples?

more races like this....and i might be able to stay awake and watch the full HIGHLIGHTS...

I reckon there will be. ps I suspect its your age thats making u need an afternoon nap not the f1

# 4  3/16/14 4:46 PM

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Miss_lovely1 wrote:

metallica wrote:

Miss_lovely1 wrote:

So here is the annual F1 thread, melbourne was full of drama this weekend

cars not quite as unpredictable as expected. The annual first corner smash happened even it wasnt as spectacular as normal.

new technology

new redbull drama, horner saying the fuel things are broke and they didnt break the rules..

Rookies on the podium, I predict a battle this year with no runaway vettel buttt this 50pointer race is just odd

thoughts peoples?

more races like this....and i might be able to stay awake and watch the full HIGHLIGHTS...

I reckon there will be. ps I suspect its your age thats making u need an afternoon nap not the f1

generally i power nap....tiz good for the soul.............buttt the F1......better than HORLICKS...

# 5  3/16/14 5:41 PM

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Miss_lovely1 wrote:

So here is the annual F1 thread, melbourne was full of drama this weekend

cars not quite as unpredictable as expected. The annual first corner smash happened even it wasnt as spectacular as normal.

new technology

new redbull drama, horner saying the fuel things are broke and they didnt break the rules..

Rookies on the podium, I predict a battle this year with no runaway vettel buttt this 50pointer abu dhabi race is just odd

thoughts peoples?

Great start to the season.

Took a **** to get used to the sound of the new engines, as first thought they sounded like that expensice VW marque - not good.  However that was before the race, on full song those F1 engines are great to listen to, that turbo is absolutely glorious, especially with the engine being that **** bit quieter meaning that one can hear the tyres squeal under heavy breaking.

That Merc looks pretty blobing good, they just need to get the reliability sorted - this is supposed to be Lewis's year (IMHO) so come on merc get it sorted.

Magnesson lookes like he could be another LH which cannot be a bad thing - so long as he doesn't get in the way of LH's championship title (of course).

As for that 50 pointer at the end of the year - joke / waste of time / taking the **** all spring to mind.

Will be interesting to see how things pan out over the next few races - but a good opener, been worth the wait.

Owl

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great opening race it should be an interesting season as driver skill takes precedence over technology.

# 7  3/16/14 6:48 PM

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ambrosia69 wrote:

great opening race it should be an interesting season as driver skill takes precedence over technology.

how it fecking should be.....

# 8  3/16/14 8:56 PM

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metallica wrote:

ambrosia69 wrote:

great opening race it should be an interesting season as driver skill takes precedence over technology.

how it fecking should be.....

yes but it hasnt been for a few seasons. Almost anybody who could keep the car facing forward at speed could drive one. Now once again the driver needs skill as well as the ability to follow team instructions fed over the radio

# 9  3/16/14 10:17 PM

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Such a tease

The Silver Arrows returning to their glory days, this could be Nico's year to shine. Magnussen defintely one to watch.

What a surprise Kobayashi tries out the new **** on **** at turn one NOT

# 10  3/17/14 6:06 AM

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Wylie wrote:

The Silver Arrows returning to their glory days, this could be Nico's year to shine. Magnussen defintely one to watch.

What a surprise Kobayashi tries out the new **** on **** at turn one NOT

and **** it right up....

# 11  3/17/14 11:33 AM

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N_Owl wrote:

Miss_lovely1 wrote:

So here is the annual F1 thread, melbourne was full of drama this weekend

cars not quite as unpredictable as expected. The annual first corner smash happened even it wasnt as spectacular as normal.

new technology

new redbull drama, horner saying the fuel things are broke and they didnt break the rules..

Rookies on the podium, I predict a battle this year with no runaway vettel buttt this 50pointer abu dhabi race is just odd

thoughts peoples?

Great start to the season.

Took a **** to get used to the sound of the new engines, as first thought they sounded like that expensice VW marque - not good.  However that was before the race, on full song those F1 engines are great to listen to, that turbo is absolutely glorious, especially with the engine being that **** bit quieter meaning that one can hear the tyres squeal under heavy breaking.

That Merc looks pretty blobing good, they just need to get the reliability sorted - this is supposed to be Lewis's year (IMHO) so come on merc get it sorted.

Magnesson lookes like he could be another LH which cannot be a bad thing - so long as he doesn't get in the way of LH's championship title (of course).

As for that 50 pointer at the end of the year - joke / waste of time / taking the **** all spring to mind.

Will be interesting to see how things pan out over the next few races - but a good opener, been worth the wait.

Owl

and they still sound like mossies on meth

# 12  3/18/14 1:06 AM

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The double pointer right at the end of the season will keep the championship **** open til the end (I hope) and it was nice to see Jenson up there as well. Maybe he's still got what it takes.
Looks like it might be interesting for a while this year.

# 13  3/18/14 1:31 AM

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this year is open.

Hamilton has a good car...better than last year

It was BAD news for the top teams

But the cream always gets to the top somehow

Massa ..was a shock.....

faraaaari.......disapoints

open .....could be the bst season since the 90's



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  a tip to win          ............       after the 3rd race..

# 14  3/18/14 7:13 AM

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Fantastic start in GP... In my opinion too many machines in the first turn How about Robert Kubica ? Do you know what about him ? Regards,

# 15  3/18/14 9:47 AM

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andre5 wrote:

Fantastic start in GP... In my opinion too many machines in the first turn How about Robert Kubica ? Do you know what about him ? Regards,

It was a good start to the season -only time will tell if it continues that way or someone gets the hang of the new rules earlier than the others, like Brawn did with the double diffuser.
I gather Robert wanted an f1 drive, and there were teams who wanted him, but negotiations failed. Unfortunately, the longer your out of f1 the lower your chances of getting back in, but I think he's enjoying the other stuff he's doing in motor sport.

# 16  3/24/14 3:42 AM

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This years...open
Hamilton...is a slight fav...........there are a lote new faces/team improvements......

i wont bet till after race 7........till some of the trees are out of the way...

# 17  7/5/14 3:40 PM

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Championship leader Nico Rosberg grabbed pole position for the British Grand Prix from a crazy qualifying session at Silverstone to again put Lewis Hamilton in the shade.

Hamilton was on course for top spot on the grid approaching the dying stages of a wet-dry session until pipped at the post by **** team-mate Rosberg, with Hamilton backing off on his final run to leave him down in sixth.

After mistakes in qualifying at the last two grands prix in Canada and Austria, on this occasion it appeared to be misjudgement that cost the Briton dear, and again leaves him playing catch up in the race to Rosberg.

Rosberg will be joined on the front row by Red Bull's four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel, with McLaren's Jenson Button third - for his highest grid position since the final race of 2012 in Brazil - for his home race.

Hamilton could offer no explanation as to why he aborted his lap as he said: "I don't know, I don't have much of an answer. I just decided not to do the lap."

Asked by the BBC as to whether he backed out as he perhaps felt he would not improve, Hamilton replied: "Obviously not. I don't have anything to say to you at the moment."

BBC pundit and former team principal Eddie Jordan, though, pulled no punches with regard to Hamilton's latest mistake as he said "It's a huge error and Lewis Hamilton, you're to blame."

Hamlton was on top spot after the first run in Q3, and come the start of the second run it appeared as if the track would be too damp in places for any driver to improve.

But that was far from the case as first Force India's Nico Hulkenberg went quickest and then Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.

As for Hamilton, he backed off in the middle sector down the Hangar Straight, yet directly behind him Rosberg flashed by and went on to take his fourth pole of the year, and third in the last four races.

Behind the top three will be Hulkenberg ahead of the second McLaren of Kevin Magnussen, and then a lowly, downbeat Hamilton.

Force India's Sergio Perez starts seventh, with Daniel Ricciardo in his Red Bull eighth, with the Toro Rosso duo of Daniil Kvyat and Jean-Eric Vergne ninth and 10th.

Rosberg hailed the decisions taken by his team in the final session as the reason behind his latest pole.

Rosberg said: "It was definitely quite a crazy qualifying, it was changing all the time and that makes it very difficult.

"All in all it was a really good team effort, everyone working together, my engineers and me making the right calls."

In gaining another edge over Hamilton, Rosberg added: "Of course, in regards to the championship, it is good Lewis is down in sixth.

"It will take him some time to fight through, but I expect him to come through and we will be fighting each other."

The variable conditions caused havoc in the opening 20-minute period in particular, with Williams and Ferrari paying a heavy price.

All drivers made an initial run on the intermediate wet tyre, but as the track slowly dried in places, the call was made to switch to the medium-compound dry tyre.

It resulted in a mad scramble over the closing few minutes, and with some slipping and sliding as a few drops of rain scattered the track, yellow flags were also in evidence, forcing drivers to slow and ruin lap times.

Come the end of Q1, there was the unusual sight of Marussia duo Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton as high as fourth and sixth respectively.

Conversely, Ferrari pair Fernando Alonso - who spun on his final lap to destroy his chances of making Q2 - and team-mate Kimi Raikkonen were left languishing down in 19th and 20th.

Ahead of them, just a fortnight after locking out the front row in Austria, were the Williams' of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa.

Neither Marcus Ericsson, who went hurtling off track at one stage to spark the late flurry of frantic action, nor Caterham team-mate Kamui Kobayashi set a time within the 107 per cent rule of the quickest in Q1 in Rosberg.

Both drivers are now at the mercy of the stewards as to whether they will be allowed to race, although it is almost certain they will not be punished.

Come Q2, and with the track again damp at the start, intermediates were the first order of the day before another switch to slicks.

For a fleeting moment there was a possibility of a Marussia making it into the top-10 shootout, only for Bianchi to wind up 12th, missing out by just over half a second, but still clinching the team's highest grid slot in their four-and-a-half years in F1.

Lotus' Romain Grosjean finished 11th, whilst behind Bianchi was Chilton, although the Briton faces a five-place grid penalty for a gearbox change and will start 18th.

Esteban Gutierrez qualified 14th, but will drop to the back of the grid due to a 10-place penalty incurred in Austria for an unsafe release.

The Mexican ended Q2 by sliding off the track and into a barrier to mark a miserable qualifying for Sauber as Adrian Sutil beached his car in the gravel in Q1 and did not take part in the second session.

Lotus' Pastor Maldonado, who was ordered to stop his car in Q2 due to a fuel-pressure problem, qualified 15th, with Sutil 16th.

http://sport.uk.****.com/f1/rosberg-clai … tone-pole.

# 18  7/5/14 3:42 PM

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ambrosia69 wrote:

Championship leader Nico Rosberg grabbed pole position for the British Grand Prix from a crazy qualifying session at Silverstone to again put Lewis Hamilton in the shade.

Hamilton was on course for top spot on the grid approaching the dying stages of a wet-dry session until pipped at the post by **** team-mate Rosberg, with Hamilton backing off on his final run to leave him down in sixth.

After mistakes in qualifying at the last two grands prix in Canada and Austria, on this occasion it appeared to be misjudgement that cost the Briton dear, and again leaves him playing catch up in the race to Rosberg.

Rosberg will be joined on the front row by Red Bull's four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel, with McLaren's Jenson Button third - for his highest grid position since the final race of 2012 in Brazil - for his home race.

Hamilton could offer no explanation as to why he aborted his lap as he said: "I don't know, I don't have much of an answer. I just decided not to do the lap."

Asked by the BBC as to whether he backed out as he perhaps felt he would not improve, Hamilton replied: "Obviously not. I don't have anything to say to you at the moment."

BBC pundit and former team principal Eddie Jordan, though, pulled no punches with regard to Hamilton's latest mistake as he said "It's a huge error and Lewis Hamilton, you're to blame."

Hamlton was on top spot after the first run in Q3, and come the start of the second run it appeared as if the track would be too damp in places for any driver to improve.

But that was far from the case as first Force India's Nico Hulkenberg went quickest and then Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.

As for Hamilton, he backed off in the middle sector down the Hangar Straight, yet directly behind him Rosberg flashed by and went on to take his fourth pole of the year, and third in the last four races.

Behind the top three will be Hulkenberg ahead of the second McLaren of Kevin Magnussen, and then a lowly, downbeat Hamilton.

Force India's Sergio Perez starts seventh, with Daniel Ricciardo in his Red Bull eighth, with the Toro Rosso duo of Daniil Kvyat and Jean-Eric Vergne ninth and 10th.

Rosberg hailed the decisions taken by his team in the final session as the reason behind his latest pole.

Rosberg said: "It was definitely quite a crazy qualifying, it was changing all the time and that makes it very difficult.

"All in all it was a really good team effort, everyone working together, my engineers and me making the right calls."

In gaining another edge over Hamilton, Rosberg added: "Of course, in regards to the championship, it is good Lewis is down in sixth.

"It will take him some time to fight through, but I expect him to come through and we will be fighting each other."

The variable conditions caused havoc in the opening 20-minute period in particular, with Williams and Ferrari paying a heavy price.

All drivers made an initial run on the intermediate wet tyre, but as the track slowly dried in places, the call was made to switch to the medium-compound dry tyre.

It resulted in a mad scramble over the closing few minutes, and with some slipping and sliding as a few drops of rain scattered the track, yellow flags were also in evidence, forcing drivers to slow and ruin lap times.

Come the end of Q1, there was the unusual sight of Marussia duo Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton as high as fourth and sixth respectively.

Conversely, Ferrari pair Fernando Alonso - who spun on his final lap to destroy his chances of making Q2 - and team-mate Kimi Raikkonen were left languishing down in 19th and 20th.

Ahead of them, just a fortnight after locking out the front row in Austria, were the Williams' of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa.

Neither Marcus Ericsson, who went hurtling off track at one stage to spark the late flurry of frantic action, nor Caterham team-mate Kamui Kobayashi set a time within the 107 per cent rule of the quickest in Q1 in Rosberg.

Both drivers are now at the mercy of the stewards as to whether they will be allowed to race, although it is almost certain they will not be punished.

Come Q2, and with the track again damp at the start, intermediates were the first order of the day before another switch to slicks.

For a fleeting moment there was a possibility of a Marussia making it into the top-10 shootout, only for Bianchi to wind up 12th, missing out by just over half a second, but still clinching the team's highest grid slot in their four-and-a-half years in F1.

Lotus' Romain Grosjean finished 11th, whilst behind Bianchi was Chilton, although the Briton faces a five-place grid penalty for a gearbox change and will start 18th.

Esteban Gutierrez qualified 14th, but will drop to the back of the grid due to a 10-place penalty incurred in Austria for an unsafe release.

The Mexican ended Q2 by sliding off the track and into a barrier to mark a miserable qualifying for Sauber as Adrian Sutil beached his car in the gravel in Q1 and did not take part in the second session.

Lotus' Pastor Maldonado, who was ordered to stop his car in Q2 due to a fuel-pressure problem, qualified 15th, with Sutil 16th.

http://sport.uk.****.com/f1/rosberg-clai … tone-pole.

blimey....for a second there i thought missy L woz back in pole position..

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