Formula 1 - 2021 season


I wish Toto would just say “yeah, great, isn’t it”. Then a sly wink at the camera.
 

I wish Toto would just say “yeah, great, isn’t it”. Then a sly wink at the camera.
The FIA have disregarded his concerns.
Max had better lock his teddies away and they should hide anything sharp while weasel sobs noisily in his corner
 
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I wish Toto would just say “yeah, great, isn’t it”. Then a sly wink at the camera.
I do not think Toto has the inclination to rise to the little krunt's bait and respond...as it would only give the puerile bitching credence.
 
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6 races to go, with 2 tracks favouring RB. I suspect Merc will turn their engine for those, then push on the others.

If Max is ahead in the WDC going into the last race then expect him to prost/senna it.
 
Oh FFS does that slimy little runt ever give up?
Let's face it, if Merc were going at what he considered to be an appropriate speed they'd never get above 50mph going downhill.

PS what is the dead thing he has on his head?

Marko’s pulling his strings again. Fcuking puppet.
 
Published by: Joe Holding, AUTOCAR magazine, on 14 October 2021.

McLaren Applied appoints Nick Fry as chairman

Former Mercedes F1 CEO joins with immediate effect two months after (the McLaren) division was sold to Greybull Capital.

Nick Fry has been appointed non-executive chairman of McLaren Applied, the business’s first board-level hiring since it was acquired by Greybull Capital in August.

Fry is the former CEO of the Mercedes-AMG Formula 1 team, has held managing director positions at Aston Martin and Prodrive and is a veteran of various leadership roles at Ford.

McLaren sold its Applied technology division earlier this year as part of a major fundraising push. This also included the sale of its Woking headquarters for £170 million and a minority stake in the McLaren Racing F1 team fetching £185m.

An injection of £550m was also compiled from a number of investors, including Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, last year.

“Nick is a recognised leader in both motorsport and automotive, having been deeply involved with both growth companies and large, complex organisations,” said Marc Meyohas, managing partner at Greybull Capital. “It’s a clear endorsement of the McLaren Applied strategy and roadmap that we can attract an individual of his calibre and expertise.

“This is going to be an exciting and rewarding period in our development, and Nick is going to be a valuable asset to us all.”

Fry added: “I'm delighted to be joining McLaren Applied. The company has a clear vision to pioneer a better future across its key markets of motorsport, automotive and transportation.

"I'm looking forward to working with this talented team as we launch innovative new technology, including high-performance electric powertrains components, connectivity solutions for public transport and new additions to our market-leading range of motorsport products.

"This is going to be a wonderful adventure helping the company achieve the success it richly deserves.”

mclaren_nick_fry.jpg


 
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Published by: Joe Holding, AUTOCAR magazine, on 14 October 2021.

McLaren Applied appoints Nick Fry as chairman

Former Mercedes F1 CEO joins with immediate effect two months after (the McLaren) division was sold to Greybull Capital.

Nick Fry has been appointed non-executive chairman of McLaren Applied, the business’s first board-level hiring since it was acquired by Greybull Capital in August.

Fry is the former CEO of the Mercedes-AMG Formula 1 team, has held managing director positions at Aston Martin and Prodrive and is a veteran of various leadership roles at Ford.

McLaren sold its Applied technology division earlier this year as part of a major fundraising push. This also included the sale of its Woking headquarters for £170 million and a minority stake in the McLaren Racing F1 team fetching £185m.

An injection of £550m was also compiled from a number of investors, including Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, last year.

“Nick is a recognised leader in both motorsport and automotive, having been deeply involved with both growth companies and large, complex organisations,” said Marc Meyohas, managing partner at Greybull Capital. “It’s a clear endorsement of the McLaren Applied strategy and roadmap that we can attract an individual of his calibre and expertise.

“This is going to be an exciting and rewarding period in our development, and Nick is going to be a valuable asset to us all.”

Fry added: “I'm delighted to be joining McLaren Applied. The company has a clear vision to pioneer a better future across its key markets of motorsport, automotive and transportation.

"I'm looking forward to working with this talented team as we launch innovative new technology, including high-performance electric powertrains components, connectivity solutions for public transport and new additions to our market-leading range of motorsport products.

"This is going to be a wonderful adventure helping the company achieve the success it richly deserves.”

mclaren_nick_fry.jpg


He could tell us if Mercedes cheat with their F1 electronics, like they did with their emissions software.
 
The 2022 calendar makes no sense. F1 says it’s concerned about it’s carbon footprint, yet comes up with a calendar with needless air miles.
 
Miami>Austin>Mexico makes sense as a triple. It's 28 degrees C today in Miami.

It does, if they were consecutive races, but they’re not.

It would make sense to do Brazil - Mexico - Austin -Miami - Canada

Do all the European races together, then to middle east, then singapore the Aus.
 
Await the downvotes JV and ride it out as you are only the messenger.

More weasel words from Mr Vermin. Doubt he's terribly amused at what appears to be a rapidly receding hairline.

He sems to be on a PR mission, the Sun is running this today.

 
More weasel words from Mr Vermin. Doubt he's terribly amused at what appears to be a rapidly receding hairline.

He sems to be on a PR mission, the Sun is running this today.


The duck pond has its own boat! Astounding!
 

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