The 2013 Season

FB

Not my cup of cake
Valued Member
Yup, more in-season testing like we had in the first decade of this century. That worked out well in terms of a competitive field didn't it.
 

Westy

Pole Sitter
I liked Steve Matchett's ideas of using Friday for a test session. Don't limit running to two 90 minute sessions, let the tea run all day. Tyre allocations would need to change but this would give teams plenty of track time to make sure updates are working properly.
 

KekeTheKing

Banned
Supporter
I know I mentioned this a couple months ago, but is it not the height of irony that the F1 circus gets sent on a mandatory 1 month holiday with the Championship completely up for grabs, only to come back with one team having advanced by leaps and bounds, going on to win the final 9 contests. Red Bull always move ahead during "breaks", but 2013 was all-time effort. Mr Newey, you've done it again Sir. :goodday:
 

Blog Zbod

Podium Finisher
I know I mentioned this a couple months ago, but is it not the height of irony that the F1 circus gets sent on a mandatory 1 month holiday with the Championship completely up for grabs, only to come back with one team having advanced by leaps and bounds, going on to win the final 9 contests. Red Bull always move ahead during "breaks", but 2013 was all-time effort. Mr Newey, you've done it again Sir. :goodday:
Is it your contention that the other F1 teams all spend summer holiday sitting on their hands?
 

Hamberg

FOTA VIP, I've got the avatar to prove it :)
Contributor
Or that Red Bull don't spend any of the month sitting on their hands...
 

RasputinLives

So Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Contributor
....he'd come second behind Vettel as he'd have qualified so far down the grid Vettel would be forty seconds clear by the time he got into clear air to use it.
 

sushifiesta

Champion Elect
Contributor
Can I just say that for what turned out to be a very one sided and pretty dull season it seemed to pass by extremely quickly. Can't believe it's over already. And no more V8s - in less than two decades we've lost half the cylinders in the engines.
 
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