You should try Googling a bit harder, or take lessons if you have difficulties using it. Feel free to send me PM if you like, and I'll give you few tips and pointers for free.Mr.S wrote:Google means S***. Give me official statements from the FIA,any team or Renault which says something similar. If you come up with such allegation,back it up or keep quiet.manchild wrote:Google for Renault statements.Mr.S wrote:BTW cut the BS that Renault were denied & Brawn were allowed by the FIA. This ........ favouritism idea is way too boring & does not interest me.
Come up with solid facts,proofs to show that FIA played favouritism & not on the basis of ridiculous rumours..................
Renault presented double diffuser to FIA in October 2008, and it was judged by FIA as illegal. That is why Renault started redesigning car to work without it. Unlike Renault, Brawn was told by FIA that double diffuser is legal. When the season started, and after several races when FIA defined it as legal device, all other teams had to make swift changes, although some of them like Renault for example, had car design with double diffuser half year ago.
Sure, but I don't think Mataschitz would relish two top drivers going up against each other, he'd fear too many Turkey incidents.mx_tifoso wrote:I think Hamilton would relish going up against someone like Vettel, especially since he really enjoys attention. I trully believe that Vettel's worth as a top driver will only be proved once he goes up against someone like Hamilton, Alonso, or Schumacher in the same car over at least two seasons.