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#46 Xpert

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Posted 01 July 2018 - 16:30

Nije upset cudno, jasno im je bilo da od pobjede nema nista i da je pozicija ispred Vettela kljucna za sampionat i to su imali u rukma zato su ga u tom momentu i pozvali u box, da je ostao koji krug vise bio bi iza.

Nisam se najbolje izrazio. Cudno mi je bilo Luisovo ponasanje, a vratio se ispred Vettela. 


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#47 leone

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Posted 01 July 2018 - 16:33

Nisam se najbolje izrazio. Cudno mi je bilo Luisovo ponasanje, a vratio se ispred Vettela. 

 

Meni je kljucno da ga je Vettel na stazi pretekao. 


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#48 4_Webber

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Posted 12 July 2018 - 16:47

Hm, Aldo Kosta sklonjen sa svoje pozicije u Mercedesu i dobio je ulogu "savetnika".
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#49 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 12 July 2018 - 17:45

Ne samo on:
 

Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport will be losing the day-to-day services of two of its most important engineers in the months ahead. Engineering Director Aldo Costa is moving to an advisory role because he wants to spend more time with his family in Italy and Performance Director Mark Ellis has decide to retire and take a sabbatical, beginning in mid-2019. Ellis has been with the team since 2014 after a period spent at Red Bull Racing but had previously worked with BAR at Brackley. The team's engineering group will now be headed by technical director director James Allison and will include chief designer John Owen. Ellis's role will go to chief vehicle dynamicist Loic Serra, who has worked for Mercedes since 2010.

"This is a significant moment for our team and a great opportunity," says Toto Wolff. "We have said many times that you cannot freeze a successful organisation; it is a dynamic structure and I am proud that we are able to hand the baton smoothly to the next generation of leaders inside the team. We have been in discussion for many months with both Mark and Aldo about how best to implement this transition and to empower their successors. They could not be more different personalities but they have both respected that difference and their legacy with Mercedes will stand test of time. Since the early days of 2013, Aldo and I have shared many dinners in Oxford as fellow European exiles, as well as some amazing days in the car at the Mille Miglia last year. I have got to know not just an outstanding individual but also somebody who has taught me so much about Formula 1 and the humility it takes in order to be successful. With Mark, when we first met we could never have imagined the success we would achieve together. He has been a sparring partner in the truest sense of the word - and I will miss our 'tough love' discussions with their shared passion for our team and driven by the ultimate will to win. Mark and Aldo have both helped to shape the timing and manner of these changes, and the team's future is very bright with John, Loic and our entire technical leadership working under James's direction."

It will be interesting to see if either Costa or Ellis turn up with other teams, as both would be high on the wish list of any serious F1 operation.


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#50 Hertzog

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 08:27

Ima li gluplje izjave od ove "zeli da provodi vise vremena sa porodicom". Pa to vise ni detetu od tri godine ne mozes prodati kao istinu. Jbt nemojte biti smesni, ozbiljan ste tim, razumem ja da oni zele da prikazu kako je sve u redu, ali ovo je smesno


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#51 4_Webber

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 08:37

Odose im svi ljudi koji su ih doveli do dominacije (ovi zaduzeni za sasiju). Kljucan je naravno bio Pedi Lou - ja licno mislim da Dzejms Alison ne moze njega da zameni, sto se i pokazuje prosle i ove sezone. Bob Bel se vratio u Reno. Dzok Klir je otisao jos 2015. u Ferari. Sada je otisao Kosta. Mislim da su ovo vrlo povoljne vesti za Ferari i da im je titula, ako ne ove, onda barem sledece sezone zagarantovana.


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#52 leone

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Posted 13 July 2018 - 16:09

Ove godine oslanjaju se na uporne i repetativne Sassi / Allison tvrdnje da je Ferrarijeva baterija nelegalna, vise puta odbijene od FIA, naravno nakon detaljnih testova i pregleda.

 

U Kanadi je Vettel morao da vozi nekoliko krugova po striktnim upustvima FIA kako bi provjerili navode i nista, corak.

 

Ona Totova izjava nako Silverstona mi je bila jako iznenadjuca, prvo sto je totalno nesportska i to nijesam od njega ocekivao, ajde Ham mogu i da oprostim u zaru borbe na domacem terenu, a drugo sto se jadno sakrio iza Allisona.


Edited by leone, 13 July 2018 - 16:51.

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#53 alberto.ascari

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Posted 20 July 2018 - 09:01

BOT potpisao za 2019.
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#54 Ripper

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Posted 20 July 2018 - 09:29

U ovom prelaznom roku je najvise izduvao Ricciardo. Bio je najtrazeniji vozac na gridu a na kraju ispade da ce morati da produzi sa bikovima na jos koju sezonu jer jednostavno to ispada najbolje resenje u datom trenutku (no i tamo deluje da je Helmut vise na strani Maxa pa je vrlo moguce da ce dobiti tretman koji moze biti nepovoljan po njega).

 

Verovano da tu ima do Hamiltona i Vettela jer im takva konkurencija u njihovom timu ne treba ali kada pogledas Ric je vec blizu 30. godina i pitanje je hoce li uopste dobiti priliku da sedne u bolid koji je za najvise domete.


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#55 Hamilton

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Posted 20 July 2018 - 09:53

Steta.
Nadao sam se da ce zavsiti u Mercu.
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#56 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 08 August 2018 - 15:59

James Allison names Mercedes' strengths and weaknesses compared to Ferrari
Laurence Edmondson
F1 Editor


Mercedes technical director James Allison believes there are clear areas where Ferrari has the edge over his team and vice-a-versa this season.

After surprise victories in Germany and Hungary, Mercedes entered F1's summer break leading both drivers' and constructors' championships. Over the course of the year there have been track layouts that suit Mercedes and others that have given the advantage to Ferrari, and the championship lead has swung back and forth between the two teams as a result.

Allison believes there are some technical areas where his team has an advantage over Ferrari but admits there are others where the Italian team is stronger.

"It tends to vary a little bit track to track and race to race as the development race has ebbed and flowed through the season, but there are a few patterns that are relatively constant," he said in a Mercedes YouTube video. "Certainly for a few races now we have been missing just a few horsepower to a Ferrari that has had a very impressive rate of development through the year.

"We are probably on average better through the corners than Ferrari on most tracks, sometimes they take a bit from us in the low-speed but medium- and high-speed we normally prosper relative to them. I would say they have tended to be a wee bit stronger than us at tracks that have tended to be strongly rear limited, but we are talking small margins, and us the opposite.

"We've tended to have better pit stops, they have tended to have better starts, although we have appeared to put that right in recent races from a lot of work from the good guys in the controls department in the factory."

But Allison believes the championship is still close enough that it will be determined by the development race between the two teams over the remainder of the year.

"These are all small margins, which is why the championship has yo-yoed one way and the other. It's quite interesting to note that in the 12 races we have had so far, only five of them have been won by the car that most people agree was quickest on that weekend. Seven of them have been won against the head: three of them we have stolen, two of them Ferrari has stolen and two Red Bull have had.

"It's been a very intriguing year where these very small differences, maybe an error, maybe a moment of particular genius or just sheer good fortune or ill fortune is determining who comes out smiling at the end of the race. None of it is set in stone; the development race over the remainder of the season, who stays strong, who doesn't make mistakes, who can keep their chin up the longest ... all the clichés you want to roll out, that is actually what is going to determine this utterly compelling and brilliant year.

"None of us know, none of our opposition know who it's going to favour and that's what makes it so exciting. It's frightening too but that's what makes us look forward to this second part of the year, to see whether it can be us at the end of the year standing with smiles on our faces, knowing that we did a really good job in a season that put us to the test like no other."


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#57 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 27 September 2018 - 01:58

Cece se povlaci dogodine.

 

https://www.b92.net/...&nav_id=1448500


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#58 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 04 October 2018 - 15:18

The Mercedes F1 team spent £309.7 milion in 2017 – with a rise of £45.9m over the previous year’s figure of £263.8m. The numbers only reflect the cost of the team and not engine development at HPP in Brixworth.


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