Matt’s #F1 Tech Report: 2015 Event Tech Brasil

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Naughty:

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3 responses to “Matt’s #F1 Tech Report: 2015 Event Tech Brasil

  1. Mercedes has such a good engine that they can add a cake tin to their car and still win. I do wonder if the cakes were distracting Rosberg at some of the starts…

  2. There was quite a bit of talk on tv about the increased kerb height, also the use of grass beside the track. It seems to have had the desired result of stopping the drivers blatantly cutting corners. Perhaps this approach should be adopted universally.

  3. The should have penalised Alonso for deckchairgate. There are so many rules that I’m sure they could have found one that he transgressed 🙂

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