Monday, 27 June 2011

Monday, June 27, 2011

THE PHILOSOPHER (there is your reason) - Jarno Trulli, one of the most experienced F-1 with its current 242 Grands Prix since 1997 (among those who are working, second only to Schumacher and Barrichello), thinks the fact that Sunday's race in Valencia have had no withdrawal is a defeat for the man's technology. He wrote in his column in "la Repubblica" that "technology won the philosophical battle against the unexpected and unpredictable."
"Ten to 15 years, a pilot knew how to start the race, but not how - or if - end", mused.

In fact, F-1 car does not break anymore.
And I ask you: is it good or bad?

I think it's bad.

This column came out in one of the largest Flavio Gomes Journalists Formula 1 in Brazil.

I think these rules are boring ending the Formula 1 for example the tires! ! !
A single supplier is super boring ... .. of course that ends with the grace of seeing two or three or four factories supplying ... Pirelli tires, Bridgestone, Michelin, Avon, Dunlop would be great to lower the price of ... entries ... here in Brazil in Sao Paulo, are also very expensive ... I just know that this boring to watch .. only Vetel win! ! ! Alonso ready a few things ... The Hamilton also fumbles ... it's all kind of boring .... as I always say "NO NEED TO WIN" to be honest, kind, have charisma, be a fighter .. but not crazy. . I still like the fans really like Michael Schumacher, and making faces when the camera shoots ... and the style guide ... everyone likes to see his smile and jokes, good humor ... if you see.
.. is the only one that plays well with the public before the start ... that's positive marketing for him ... ever ... and the fans LOVE ....

by Lionel de Campos Jorge Journalist