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FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2014


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Ow I see, you're in trolling mood today, for whatever reason.

Could it be because Vettel failed AGAIN without any troubles to his car?

Anyway, I won't feed you anymore.


Ah, so you have no legit come back, so I must be trolling. Ok, whatever you say. 

Clearly the words of someone who has been proven wrong.

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Is it still likely to rain tomorrow? If it is then I think it could be worth Lewis going for a wet setup and starting from the pits. First of all he may miss a first lap incident, and he'll obviously be better suited to the conditions.

If he starts in 15th, I think he can manage a top 5, if he starts from the pit lane, I think he can manage a top 10

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Is it still likely to rain tomorrow? If it is then I think it could be worth Lewis going for a wet setup and starting from the pits. First of all he may miss a first lap incident, and he'll obviously be better suited to the conditions.

If he starts in 15th, I think he can manage a top 5, if he starts from the pit lane, I think he can manage a top 10

I'm betting he finishes second, regardless of weather conditions and barring another issue with his car :p

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yugin96 said:

Or do you disagree with potentially faulty brakes being a safety-issue?

Most drivers in the paddock are using Brembo brakes, same as what Hamilton was using yesterday. If it really were a safety issue, then you'd be seeing more drivers switching away from them.

Incorrect. Apart from Mercedes, most of the other teams are using last years Brembo-brakes. Last year Brembo had a different supplier. The quality of this years Brembo-brakes is worse due to a different supplier and due to the fact that Brembo have outsourced most of their technical staff to manufacture brakes for airplanes for financial reasons.


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yugin96 said:

Or do you disagree with potentially faulty brakes being a safety-issue?

Most drivers in the paddock are using Brembo brakes, same as what Hamilton was using yesterday. If it really were a safety issue, then you'd be seeing more drivers switching away from them.

Incorrect. Apart from Mercedes, most of the other teams are using last years Brembo-brakes. Last year Brembo had a different supplier. The quality of this years Brembo-brakes is worse due to a different supplier and due to the fact that Brembo have outsourced most of their technical staff to manufacture brakes for airplanes for financial reasons. 

Nope. AMuS says that only Ferrari (and possibly RBR, Google Translate isn't clear) are using last year's brakes.

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