Mad Mosley

Max Mosley punts for new Formula 1 rules in 2011
According to reports in today’s F1 Racing monthly magazine, the FIA is now making the first steps towards the introduction of 2.2-litre V6 turbocharged engines, running on biodiesel fuels, in F1 in 2011. The reports suggest that the engines will be restricted to 10,000rpm and that they will have to survive for five Grand Prix. The idea, which we suggested might happen back in November last year is being proposed to the automobile manufacturers. It remains to be seen whether the proposals will be embraced by the car companies. In addition the proposals include a number of other controversial ideas, such as traction-control, four-wheel-drive, power-boost buttons and identical bodywork for all the teams. Some of these are idea have been pushed by FIA President Max Mosley in the past and are probably included in the proposals to see what he can achieve by throwing the net wide and seeing what survives.

O H M Y G O D ! !

NO Mosley!! thats a BAD Mosley!

Turbochargers! in Formula one?! Bio Diesel! in Formula one?! There is going to be turbo lag!!. It just doesn’t make sense!! And whats wrong with the fuels used now! its not like F1 cars are fuel inefficient, they churn out 900bhp for crying out loud! Its not like there is smoke from the exhaust. What have the hippies done to you man! Mosley! The last thing I need today is to know that in future hippies will rule Formula one.

I just don’t understand. Turbos increase weight, yeah power to weight ratio will be more probably but one word “TURBOLAG”!!!! Bio diesel might have more octane but still! Common! Bio!? You want ‘BIO’ in F1, the pinnacle of automobile racing and technology?! 10K RPM? my Corsa revs upto 7K RPM for god’s sake. This just devastating. Go hippify NASCAR or INDY car racing, but not F1! FUCK!

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