- Jan 20, 2008
- Santa Cruz, CA
- 2 Fox Mustangs and a '00 VFR
Keeping the engines and aerodynamics and not refueling is even cheaper.
And providing the necessary insuarance when drivers like Massa are still around.... haha
I happen to find Lexus/Toyota to be a boring car company so I put two and two together and made a funny. Geez, lighten up sir.
Big LOL at all the ferrari fans all around the internet.
Small minded, sore, childish loosers. All of em.
In my mind, "artificial" is not necessarily bad.
Thank you for taking my words completely out of context, prooving my point, and in the same time making your self look like a bigger idiot than I am.Looks like you're a sore bitch as well. And yes this comes from a Ferrari fan. I guess not all of em try to find something wrong with the other teams when Ferrari doesn't win.
If you want real racing go watch karting, it is one sport where politics don't play a very big role. Heck, you can even compete there if you hate F1 so much.
Similarly, the tyres are artificially bad.
Agree, but that doesn't have to be a bad situation.
Disagree. I don't know what you mean saying "artificial", for me it's obligation of choosing a slower solution. Refuelling during a race is faster way to finish it. So in that sense ban of refuelling is "artificial". Earlier teams were allowed to make huge tanks and take fuel for a whole race, but they didn't.
Well i guess it's me who doesn't see the point you're trying to make.
Disagree. I don't know what you mean saying "artificial", for me it's obligation of choosing a slower solution.
Stopping during a race is one of the most common sights in motorsport.
Massa should always crash into a barrier, bring out the Safety Car so Alonso can pit under Safety Car.
Virtually everything in F1 is artificial. Take the tyres again, why in the world would you have to use both primes and options? Artificial right there.
My point is, being artificial does not make an aspect necessarily bad. Some artificial stuff is good, some isn't.
Dunno about artificial myself, just using that term with Cpt. J
Almost everything in the F1 rules is about making cars slower. No double diffusers, no (traditional) blown diffusers, no F-ducts, no ground effects, no V10/V12/turbos, grooved tyres back in the day, etc etc etc
If a rule is bad if it forces cars to be slower then you should do away with pretty much every rule in the book. Hell, bring back a six-wheeled car with a fan for suction and an old-fashioned turbo
We have more stops now than ever before (I think, dunno about the dark ages).
I am sorry I'm not good when it comes to cheating.You can't even make an insulting joke correctly... Alonso pitted right before Piquet's crash and safety car, so everyone pitted in the safety car period bumping him to first.
Why don't you check your facts before trying to troll?