WhiteBlue wrote:andrew wrote:How that is funny, I will never know. It is just a statement of fact communicated in a level and professional manner.
It is not so hard to see the funny side of the performance order. Ferrari make all the noises about the F1 politics as if they were the sole authority of what is right and wrong in F1. On the other side they failed to start the season with a competitive car for the third time in a row. It is not so funny for the Tifosi I guess, but those who think that Ferrari should learn to eat a bit of humble pie will easily see humor of fate.
It must be the German sence of humour as I still don't get the joke.
Performance of a car has nothing to do with the politics of F1 so them taking on the FIA is irrelevant in terms of why they are lagging behind. Their problem is a very conservative design.
You are wrong in saying that they failed to start the season with a competitive car for three years runniong. Can you remind me who qualified 2nd and 3r and finished 1st and 2nd at the first race of the season last year? It must surely have been a competitive team.
I don't think it is funny to any F1 fan. I am not a Ferrari fan or a Tifosi but I am still not laughing.