Sikthskies wrote:Super Aguri is practically Honda and they are value for money now.I really shouldn't have gone for anything to do with honda lol.
Edit: Page 2 ownage.
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Flying Fox wrote:Your biggest problem is your trust in Honda, based on winter testing alone we knew they will suck. Of course not suck to this level but it's doing wonders to teams that don't have a shread of Honda in them.
Sikthskies wrote:I really shouldn't have gone for anything to do with honda lol. It will be interesting to see who retains the lead after transfers. I can see mclaren and ferrari being neck and neck in terms of development this year. Mclaren have he edge one race then Ferrari the next, although the next race is only a week away so I think (hope) Mclaren wil have that in the bag
NIKOLAS wrote:Sikthskies wrote:I really shouldn't have gone for anything to do with honda lol. It will be interesting to see who retains the lead after transfers. I can see mclaren and ferrari being neck and neck in terms of development this year. Mclaren have he edge one race then Ferrari the next, although the next race is only a week away so I think (hope) Mclaren wil have that in the bag
Seek help for your wRONg love.
Kimi won't be running a rev reduced engine for the next race, so I would expect he will win and it will probably be a Ferrari 1-2, as Massa was quite fast at Bahrain last year.
Captain Ned wrote:Don't forget that the first transfer session started today and runs until 25 May 2007 18:00 GMT/Zulu.
notfred wrote:Didn't seem to help much notfred...Got my transfers in, could have done with changing more than 1 of driver and team though...
Flying Fox wrote:notfred wrote:Didn't seem to help much notfred...Got my transfers in, could have done with changing more than 1 of driver and team though...
Good job Veywon!
Stupid Kimi... why the mistake? You are killing me. Well, at least I'm still leading so that's what counts.
Edit: stupid wRONg was at it again, now the FIA is investigating of possible "team orders" violation. So your team 0wned Monte Carlo, no need to trash talk and reveal so much to the world...
Sikthskies wrote:Will be a long climb my friend, and if Kimi does good I'll be good as well.Why thankyou. On my way up . Now if Kimi can finish in a decent position next race I might start overtaking people
Sikthskies wrote:Let's hope so, Ferrari traditionally has been good at Indy. But what happened in Canada doesn't bode well (my confidence wise).I'm going to be hurt next round I would have thought. The next round of transfers will put me in a stronger position.
Sikthskies wrote:Five races and he still couldn't get it hooked up? May be he should be a bit humble himself and seek some help from Super Assistant Michael? It's worked wonders for Massa... well, may be he didn't teach him to obey red lights, then again Michael parked his car when he's not supposed to hehe.I might end up swapping out Raikonnen for Alonso. His Ferrari really hasn't been kind to him. Though when he gets hooked up with his car he's easily the best on the track.
Sikthskies wrote:I'm sorry, but going an entire race and "almost" overtaking just isn't that impressive. Yes, there's nothing wrong with leading wire to wire, but when it happens almost every race and the world champion is talking about winning and losing a race on the first corner there's something very seriously wrong with the racing involved.I don't think that is necessarily true. Look how close Alonso got to overtaking Hamilton. That just showed that Hamilton was extremely hard to pass, not that you can't pass him. The two Mclaren's were pretty much equal but Hamilton had the slight edge in the race. I see nothing wrong with there being someone 1st from start to finish. He had to work extremely hard to keep it.
Sikthskies wrote:Then put them in equipment that's less blocking-oriented so they have to work harder to protect their position and you can see more of their prowess. As it is far too much "overtaking" happens in the pits.I suppose it depends on what you want from the sport. I love watching the prowess of the best drivers.
Captain Ned wrote:Even without going to spec stuff (which is probably a bit excessive) they could probably adjust rules a bit to make overtaking more feasible. Trading some aero grip for mechanical grip would be one thing that I've seen suggested elsewhere that might help for logical reasons.Max Mosely has been trying to do this for years but keeps getting shot down by Ferrari and McLaren. They quite like their dominance through superior spending and want no part of enabling the lower-tier teams to compete through increased use of spec engines/chassis/etc.