I guess new diffusers won't be in place before the start of the European season.meves wrote:So who will have the new diffusers to join Williams, Toyota and the ever popular Brawn?
In qualifying definately yes, Brawn do not have a full second advantage there, more like 3 tenths (look at Q2 times from Sepang). In the race their advantage is maybe a little bigger, but more like half a second than one full second a lap. But they are favorites for the win, no doubt.meves wrote:Will anybody get within a second of the Brawn
Yes, minus Ryan.meves wrote:Will Mclaren still be in the championship?
Possibly after the summer break ahead of the German GP, but if Renault will pull out after 2009 they may not bother.meves wrote:When will Nelson Piquet be replaced
Force India are talking to him from a couple of Malya interviews ive read, he could be the replacement for Fisi as i think that he could retire at Monza, his home race.Callum wrote:@ESPImperium:
Do you think anyone will give Bruno Senna a seat...Would be good publicity.
Ya I remember that clown. Always erratic in driving. I wonder how he manage to stay in F1 for so long?Callum wrote:i remember him clashing with Schumacher, was it at Spa?ringo wrote:i was thinking about sato getting a seat if anything; anybody remember that guy?
The only non-DDD cars capable of winning are the the 2 RB5's of Webbo & BoyWonder but I suspect even they would need to benefit from some BrawnGP misfortune.donskar wrote:Anyone want to bet AGAINST a DDD team winning in China?
The other interesting thing is that Ferrari will not run KERS this weekend! This is odd as it was the only thing keeping them near the front!Q. How worried are you about the super-softs this weekend?
FA: I am very worried. I think it is the worst decision they made in a long time, because it is a ridiculous tyre for here, for Shanghai. I don't if Bridgestone made the decision or the FIA, but they have to reconsider this type of decision because we look ridiculous on TV and we look ridiculous for the spectators and it is a joke to be in front of TV six seconds slower.
We need will to change the tyres after five or six laps is our calculations because this track is harder than Melbourne and in Melbourne we only did eight or nine laps. And if they want to be funny and mix the results and having these overtakings they can do a better job. A funny solution, maybe they can put us on the wet tyres or something, like this it looks more spectacular – the difference in the speed. I don't know...
I'm very worried about this and I'm very sad about this, because we look strange in front of people.
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