Yeah! I laughed.
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Edited by Eee Pee - 10/8/13 at 3:09pm
Has anyone read this?
They're claiming Red Bull may be using some kind of traction control, obviously its not the type banned in F1, but probably uses the KERS in some way. There's some explanation in the article.
The suspicion was raised to higher levels especially Vettel's 32 second lead in the Singapore race.
Not sure if its true or not, but there's certainly a chance.
Fun race, minus Seb
What stood out to me as I watched it:...
Lewis: Anybody have an idea?
I'd like to think that di Resta is better than these rookie mistakes, but it sure looks bad. After he spun out at Korea, I recalled the pre-race tv commentary (Sky or BBC) where it was asserted that the Silverstone fiasco led to significant changes in the tyre behavior, that caused some teams to benefit (Sauber), and others to founder (Force India). That Sutil spun out soon afterwards also hints that Force India is struggling rather than just Paul, I hope.
This idea is consistent with Lewis's great radio transmissions about Nico "his traction is unreal" Hulkenberg. Also, Perez's tyre failure at Korea was much safer than the ones at Silverstone.
Changing his pitstop strategy was Red Bull's way of handing the win to that cretin Vettel.
How can you win when even your own team is against you.
It's bad enough when you have to follow team orders, while your team-mate flouts them.
And then he is rewarded for beink a skunk by getting preferential treatment.
Good guys may finish behind the heels, but at least they have clean consciences.
Oops, sorry, I forgot. Ratbags don't have a conscience.