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It's got to be Bar at least they have enough balls to infringe the rules to try to beat the opposition. Unfortunately they got found out, which is more than can be said for some teams over the last 30 years. You can bend'em but don't break'em :-rules
I still think that their punishment is harsh. I remember a number of teams adding additives to their fuel but don't remember any bans being enforced. Just had a read of the judgement and they did not actually finish the race underweight, only when the fuel was drained were they underweight. That makes the judgement and punishment even harsher. Once again lack of clarity
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guys i am 17 and started watching f1 in 1995 and havent missed one race since for the first time in a long time i think six teams can win this year ferrai will win races this year .the only reason renault did so well at the start of the season is because they got a jump on the other teams more so with tires- maclaren should do well withthere two drivers if montoya can keep it on the road he should win a good few.bar has good chances to win this year it is about time button wins. but i think the team that will\have suprised us this year is toyota mike gascone is the best investment toyota have ever made-and if ralf can stick it on pole he should run away with it. i rekon this years formula one championship is not one to be missed
You youngster - Ive been watching from the mid 70's One of the best races I saw was a demoliton derby at Monaco - a Tyrrell got bounced up in the air on the first lap, and cartwheeled down the track. Sadly for the Tyrrell team he landed on the front of his team mate!!
One good thing about F1 these days is that the safely is so much better. I vividly remember watching the young Osella driver Riccardo Paletti die in a horrible start line smash that would probably be survivable nowadays - that was about 25 years ago..
Edit - according to grandprix.com it was June 13, 1982 at the Canadian GP.
thank god i can get itv in here it is amazaing the has not been a death in f1 for 11 years(senna 1994) formula one needs more coverage to remain the huge sport it is today-wait until button starts wining i would think f1 would get as big as socer in england
F1 has been remarkably lucky since the dreadful weekend 11 years ago - dont forget 2 drivers died that awful meeting - as Simtek's Roland Ratzenberger died on the Saturday - as well there was a big start crash that put a wheel into the crowd.....
There have been several big accidents that the drivers survived more by a matter of good fortune.
irl is grand nascar is for red neck americans who like the shiny noisy things although the crashes are spectaclure the problem with 'the red cars' was they were not aloud to race rember 1988 maclaren won 15\16 races but it was a good season because they were aloud to race
And if memory serves me correctly, Gehard Berger won in a red car at Monza which was the race Mclaren did not win in 1988! I have been to the British GP 3 times and Monaco once. Back in the Mansell years, in fact Mansell should have been in a Mclaren at Monaco '95, but he retired and dumped the team at San Marino the race earlier, so Blundell took his place instead.
very good sprog-the force is strong in this one-it was a special victory for ferarai as enzo had died a few weekes before hand.it is hard to belive untill ferarai won in 2000 they had not won the drivers championship since the late seventys jody sechtor by the wy the fia(sports govering body) has a questionare on its website about the future of f1 try it the prizes are quite good