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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Woohoo!

    The pitstop wildcard will be back in F1!!! More strategies available... faster races... and no more scaredy cat walkouts!!!

    http://www.f1racing.net/en/news.php?newsID=102359

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    #2
    Finally, no more tire nonsense.

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    #3
    yehey.com yehey.com buti naman binalik na nila..Kaso di ko pa rin mapapanood ang F1 wala kaming cable eh..
    Hanggang newspaper na lang ako..hehe..

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    #4
    the stupid one tire rule should have not been existed

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    #5
    btw... michelin is protesting about this... hehehe... good for the two other teams that switched over to bridgestone.

    and it looks like ferrari will be back in business next year...

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    #6
    I really don't understand the reason behind disallowing it to begin with. If the intent was to force tire manufacturers to come up with more durable race tires, it simply doesn't happen. Drivers are forced to alter their race strategies if their tires happen to wear out faster because of aggressive driving. In the end, it takes out the excitement if the drivers can't pull of overtaking maneouvers late in the race due to severly worn tires.

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    #7
    finally.

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    #8
    more exciting F1 season to come i think ginawa nilang one tire rule dati is for reliability. like for their engines. same engine is used every race in the season until it gives up on them. if your engine doesnt break down in one whole season, that tells something about the engine supplier and the team itself when it comes to reliability issues.

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    #9
    yehey.com yehey.com buti naman binalik na nila..Kaso di ko pa rin mapapanood ang F1 wala kaming cable eh..
    You should definitely get one. What I pay in cable fees is well worth it.

    btw... michelin is protesting about this... hehehe... good for the two other teams that switched over to bridgestone.

    and it looks like ferrari will be back in business next year...
    Bridgestone certainly wasnt protesting tire swaps when they were winning
    the previous years. Michelin were protesting the supposed reason for the
    1 tire rule which was cost savings. If cost savings was really the reason
    why the dullard Max introduced it this year then why reintroduce tire swap
    for next season? All the tire data they took for this year just got thrown out
    the window.

    And about Ferrari. I beg to differ about them going back to their winning ways.
    You have to remember that not only is the tire different for next year, but
    that all teams will be running V8s from now on. Ferrari is basically back to
    square one in terms of testing the new engine format. (Same as everybody)
    The winning streak they had was with the V10, its a whole new ball game
    from here on out...

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    #10
    kahit na but the tire changing factor is BIG. ferrari will be winning again. pero syempre kudos sa champ this season pero it will be a different ball-game next season. AYUS!!!!!

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