Which is the best looking F1 2014 car?
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Hi guys. I have a Nokia N81 and they removed the pnciel key on the phone so I cant really activate the app easily. Would be great if there would be a option to change the shortcut key. And also set which browser or connection to use. And also even better if it can appear as a textbox as one of the active standby apps – Ireneo 22-Nov-2015
Looks to me like the Google search app coenncts to your default network connection without asking you, which isn't a fair comparison.If you set your browser to an HTML file on your phone with the Google form and set your browser to connect to a network connection without asking you then I bet you'll get similar results.Still, looks like a good application - keep up the good work! – Othman 22-Nov-2015
floNothing to see with Kovalainen I'm afraid,even tho I wish him best as well ^^But , but I thohugt I d post a message to the only, the stimulating, the unbeatable Walking Leaf , to wish him the best to come for this new born year .With loads of exciting races , cheeleaders, bananas and Nintento & Apple toys : ). Plus loads of good moments, smiles, and love obvioulsy . Be well, take care, leaf , keep up rocking : )Happy New Year.flo – Gabrieel 14-Nov-2015
Thanks for the comments eeonyvre. Sorry it's taken me a little while to respond.I definitely think there is something in the idea of the family atmosphere at Lotus, and being part of building the new team and re-building the Lotus brand in F1.It's a long term game to play though, and as David S points out, Timo Glock would probably not be so happy. Glock probably has every right to feel upset with his decision. If the rumours are correct, he turned down a Renault deal because of uncertainty about the team's future. I bet he feels like a bit of a plank for that now! – Arlac 14-Nov-2015
I think the family atsmpohere is a bit factor here. He obviously feels part of the team in a way he would never have done at Renault or McLaren.I would also not be surprised if he likes being the underdog. In one of the new teams you can take one of two approaches.1) Bugger, what have I done, my career is over as seems to be the case judging Glock and Trulli's demeanouror2) Wahay, I'm still in F1 and I just love racing in F1! as seems to be the case with Kovi and the HRT guys and to a lesser extent Schuie too. – Hishgee 13-Nov-2015
I think Heikki's happy that he's finally being set a treagt he can hit. At Renault, the team was putting pressure on itself to win, but for no fault of Kovalainen's, that was impossible with the R27. At McLaren, the subconscious treagt was to be adjacent to Hamilton, which Heikki simply couldn't do.But now, Heikki can maximise the Lotus with internal resources to spare. He can grow with the team, be comfortable and generally enjoy his racing. Maybe that will make him a journeyman, but it will make him one that can endure the challenges of that position and one useful to several F1 teams. – Ctergioc 13-Nov-2015
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I think Heikki's happy that he's finally being set a taregt he can hit. At Renault, the team was putting pressure on itself to win, but for no fault of Kovalainen's, that was impossible with the R27. At McLaren, the subconscious taregt was to be adjacent to Hamilton, which Heikki simply couldn't do.But now, Heikki can maximise the Lotus with internal resources to spare. He can grow with the team, be comfortable and generally enjoy his racing. Maybe that will make him a journeyman, but it will make him one that can endure the challenges of that position and one useful to several F1 teams. – Feyzan 27-Oct-2015
I think the family ampesthore is a bit factor here. He obviously feels part of the team in a way he would never have done at Renault or McLaren.I would also not be surprised if he likes being the underdog. In one of the new teams you can take one of two approaches.1) Bugger, what have I done, my career is over as seems to be the case judging Glock and Trulli's demeanouror2) Wahay, I'm still in F1 and I just love racing in F1! as seems to be the case with Kovi and the HRT guys and to a lesser extent Schuie too. – Wakedan 27-Oct-2015
Hamilton. Here we are, a fantastic achvniemeet form the team in the last race and to come here not really knowing if we would have the same pace or others made a step forward.. Here we are clearly competitive, myself and Heikki did a fantastic job. It's great to see us both there, because both of us have been wanting a one-two qualifying experience for a long time, so it is great to be here. He added: Fortunately we managed to do some very good laps so we didn't have to do too many, but things can be improved. We are in the best position for myself and Heikki for a podium, but it all depends on strategy, how the start goes and how the race goes. It is a great result for us, it is well deserved, and great to know that we can continue with the momentum of the last race. Hamilton admitted the team was under pressure this morning after the Briton missed most of yesterday's second practice after a crash. Every little bit of time you get on track makes a huge difference, he said. You try and evolve the car, you fine-tune the car even more. I missed the whole session, a good hour and 15-20 minutes. We had a lot of pressure on this morning, and fortunately this morning we did quite a good job. I was quite comfortable with the car this morning. Heikki Kovalainen said he had no regrets about pushing for pole position in Valencia, despite an error that he claims could have cost a few positions.The McLaren driver looked set to beat team-mate Lewis Hamilton's time on his final flying lap, but a mistake meant he was unable to better then Briton's lap time.Nonetheless, Kovalainen will start from second position, and the Finn admitted he was pleased with the result. I went over the limit and the high side you can argue, he said. It could have been better. In qualifying you have to go for it, and had I not pushed to the limit I could have dropped three or four places. Luckily I did not lose more than one place. It is fine, a great place to start tomorrow. We have done a good improvement my side of the garage, everyone can be pleased. The factory has been working very hard and fingers crossed it is paying back now. He added: It has been a tough beginning of the season but I think we are focusing on working very hard, understanding the problems and moving forward, to improve the car and compete for pole position. Before coming here I knew we could fight again, it is always very close, if you get everything right there is a chance to be on pole. I pushed a bit too much in the last turn, I lose a bit of time. I would rather go for it. The McLaren driver conceded his team is now in a great position for tomorrow, and more so thanks to having KERS, which Kovalainen reckons is a big help at Valencia. It is very important, it is one of the good circuits, it is very good here. We can harvest a lot of energy and use it throughout the race and use maximum power which is good. We had experimental parts in KERS which didn't work, so we went back to a normal race evolution. Rubens Barrichello says he is setting his sights on winning the European Grand Prix, despite rival McLaren dominating qualifying at Valencia.The Brawn driver will start from third position behind Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen, although the Brazilian was the fastest driver of the day in Q2 with a best time of 1:38.076. I will try to win, that is all that matters to me, said the Brazilian. Let's see what we have in a couple of hours when the fuel loads come about. In one way I am not on the very good side of the track, so it is not very clear. We need to see what it brings but I hope I have a really good start and I can be with the guys. If I have more fuel to be able to win, it will be a while before we can say anything. Barrichello praised the work done by Brawn to recover from a series of disappointing races, and the veteran Brazilian feels his team is now in good shape. It was an excellent job from the team, said Barrichello. Whenever the doors were open in the factory we were able to evaluate a lot of stuff and sometimes in life you need to go back to go forward. It is a good job to evaluate things and again to comment and to take the best out of the set-up. We did a good job, the tyre were workings well. In Hungary they were not. The car is in good shape. Team-mate Jenson Button qualified in fifth place, but the Briton was not too displeased with the result, especially considering the two Red Bull drivers were behind him. I struggled with the car on low fuel, but when we put fuel on board the car was much better and had a much better balance, he said. I went wide in Turn 4, which screwed me in Turn 5 and I lost a couple of tenths but, still it would have been P4. In a way it's better to be P5 on the clean side here. It's not too bad a position. Vettel is just in front but hopefully not for long. Obviously the McLarens were very quick this session and impossible to catch so it's not too bad. – Anju 27-Oct-2015
Hamilton. Here we are, a fantastic achvniemeet form the team in the last race and to come here not really knowing if we would have the same pace or others made a step forward.. Here we are clearly competitive, myself and Heikki did a fantastic job. It's great to see us both there, because both of us have been wanting a one-two qualifying experience for a long time, so it is great to be here. He added: Fortunately we managed to do some very good laps so we didn't have to do too many, but things can be improved. We are in the best position for myself and Heikki for a podium, but it all depends on strategy, how the start goes and how the race goes. It is a great result for us, it is well deserved, and great to know that we can continue with the momentum of the last race. Hamilton admitted the team was under pressure this morning after the Briton missed most of yesterday's second practice after a crash. Every little bit of time you get on track makes a huge difference, he said. You try and evolve the car, you fine-tune the car even more. I missed the whole session, a good hour and 15-20 minutes. We had a lot of pressure on this morning, and fortunately this morning we did quite a good job. I was quite comfortable with the car this morning. Heikki Kovalainen said he had no regrets about pushing for pole position in Valencia, despite an error that he claims could have cost a few positions.The McLaren driver looked set to beat team-mate Lewis Hamilton's time on his final flying lap, but a mistake meant he was unable to better then Briton's lap time.Nonetheless, Kovalainen will start from second position, and the Finn admitted he was pleased with the result. I went over the limit and the high side you can argue, he said. It could have been better. In qualifying you have to go for it, and had I not pushed to the limit I could have dropped three or four places. Luckily I did not lose more than one place. It is fine, a great place to start tomorrow. We have done a good improvement my side of the garage, everyone can be pleased. The factory has been working very hard and fingers crossed it is paying back now. He added: It has been a tough beginning of the season but I think we are focusing on working very hard, understanding the problems and moving forward, to improve the car and compete for pole position. Before coming here I knew we could fight again, it is always very close, if you get everything right there is a chance to be on pole. I pushed a bit too much in the last turn, I lose a bit of time. I would rather go for it. The McLaren driver conceded his team is now in a great position for tomorrow, and more so thanks to having KERS, which Kovalainen reckons is a big help at Valencia. It is very important, it is one of the good circuits, it is very good here. We can harvest a lot of energy and use it throughout the race and use maximum power which is good. We had experimental parts in KERS which didn't work, so we went back to a normal race evolution. Rubens Barrichello says he is setting his sights on winning the European Grand Prix, despite rival McLaren dominating qualifying at Valencia.The Brawn driver will start from third position behind Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen, although the Brazilian was the fastest driver of the day in Q2 with a best time of 1:38.076. I will try to win, that is all that matters to me, said the Brazilian. Let's see what we have in a couple of hours when the fuel loads come about. In one way I am not on the very good side of the track, so it is not very clear. We need to see what it brings but I hope I have a really good start and I can be with the guys. If I have more fuel to be able to win, it will be a while before we can say anything. Barrichello praised the work done by Brawn to recover from a series of disappointing races, and the veteran Brazilian feels his team is now in good shape. It was an excellent job from the team, said Barrichello. Whenever the doors were open in the factory we were able to evaluate a lot of stuff and sometimes in life you need to go back to go forward. It is a good job to evaluate things and again to comment and to take the best out of the set-up. We did a good job, the tyre were workings well. In Hungary they were not. The car is in good shape. Team-mate Jenson Button qualified in fifth place, but the Briton was not too displeased with the result, especially considering the two Red Bull drivers were behind him. I struggled with the car on low fuel, but when we put fuel on board the car was much better and had a much better balance, he said. I went wide in Turn 4, which screwed me in Turn 5 and I lost a couple of tenths but, still it would have been P4. In a way it's better to be P5 on the clean side here. It's not too bad a position. Vettel is just in front but hopefully not for long. Obviously the McLarens were very quick this session and impossible to catch so it's not too bad. – Anju 27-Oct-2015
Well, I hope the accident did not aecfft Fernando's driving and passion. And I sure hope his back pain will ease quickly, so that he can go back to the game he truly loves. Chiropractic care can be an efficient treatment. With its help, his pain will lessen in just a short amount of time, and he'll be able to restore his potency and strength. It will also effectively relieve all the stress he's been carrying with him, if there are any. – Swathi 27-Oct-2015
Well, I hope the accident did not afceft Fernando's driving and passion. And I sure hope his back pain will ease quickly, so that he can go back to the game he truly loves. Chiropractic care can be an efficient treatment. With its help, his pain will lessen in just a short amount of time, and he'll be able to restore his potency and strength. It will also effectively relieve all the stress he's been carrying with him, if there are any. – Ivan 26-Oct-2015
The rules change the car digesns so much that it's almost like watching a whole new series every year. And for the drivers the learning curve is ridiculous, they don't get enough practice time with these cars, hence we see a bunch of crashes in the opening race because they don't really have a feel for these cars and how to control them within the micro tolerances required in open wheel racing at this level. F1 is the sport you love to hate, because there is no Knowing it any longer, everybody who watches is playing catch-up far more so than those in the sport, who are also playing catch-up constantly. I used to get Racecar Engineering on the Zinio, for something like $80 a year, which was a lot less than getting the paper edition delivered, now it's around $40, but it's pointless from an understanding point of view. Great magazine, lots of interesting stuff about technological advances throughout the racing world, but journalists are no longer privy to the inner workings or even the technical data necessary to get a handle on F1. There's just too much money involved, and the secrecy is too tight, because keeping secrets in F1 is the difference between a winning & losing season. The sport is not about competition, it's all about money, if you have the most, if you can buy the best people, you're going to win, and I'm talking about the technical people, drivers are almost ancillary at this point. I understand why a lot of people don't want to have anything to do with F1, because they think everybody in it are a bunch of whores, and they're kind of right. I suppose in a way it mirrors our society, and some folks ideas about unbridled capitalism. The guys who write the rules for F1, which can change multiple times midseason now, can't write them fast enough. Just look at some of the ridiculous parameters they've set down during various seasons, one set of tires, that's the most imbecilic thing I've ever heard, yet we had to sit through a whole season of one set of tires. Now it's no refueling. Which they seem to have adapted to pretty easily. For a decade now we've watched them come up with ways to take away downforce, taking it to the nth degree, I think they've gone about as far they can go with that. The only thing I think they can do is reduce engine output by cutting the engine size in half, 2.4 L is too big, next year they'll be down to 1.6 L apparently, but engine output will be about the same as in 2006, so they say. Perhaps they'll have less torque at lower rpm but that doesn't matter much to engines that concurrently rev 22,000 RPMs, which are limited to 18,000 RPMs. According to the official numbers, most of the money goes to engine manufacturers 50%, and the new four-cylinder rule is supposed to bring back builders like Honda, Toyota and BMW etc. we shall see. – Myrzakulbekbaidin 26-Oct-2015
his team's decision to try and go for voitcry was the right one, and he said only the tyre degradation was to blame for missing out. I feel good. We tried to win the race, said Alonso, who lost the lead of the championship to Hamilton. With 18 laps to go Hamilton stopped and we either stayed out and covered [Sebastian] Vettel or we stopped with him and see what happened. If we had stopped with Hamilton we would have returned in fourth and then with [Romain] Grosjean's degradation we would have finished fourth in the race and it would have been a huge mistake to stop. But now it seems the mistake was ours and Vettel's, so somebody had to get it wrong when there's a stop with 18 laps to go. We made the decision to try to win the race and it didn't work out, not because of the strategy, but because of the tyre degradation. I want that to be very clear because there will be confusion tomorrow, from people who don't understand the race. We stopped on the same lap as Grosjean, as he finished second with the same laptimes as Hamilton. So it's not about stopping with Hamilton or deciding not to stop, or stopping once or twice. The problem is that Grosjean did 55 laps with the tyres with a good pace and we did 45. That's the only problem. Alonso said that despite losing the chance to finish second, the weekend had only been full of positives for him and his team. It's all positive. The strategy we tried was positive, the result was positive and, again, the points scored are positive. No one is going to win the championship in the seventh race, there's a lot left. But race by race, if you don't score strong points you may start to lose it. So when it comes to points for the championship it's another very good weekend. And the Ferrari driver claimed his team did not even expect to be fighting for voitcry this weekend given the nature of the Montreal circuit. We know Canada is a McLaren circuit. It has won a lot here and Hamilton has scored most pole positions. When we caught the plane to Canada I don't think anyone thought about winning the race, or maybe about finishing second. We are talking about having settled for third or fourth. We are talking about 12 or 15 points tops. We have 10. Perfect. – Jesus 17-Jul-2015
he was more concerned with the peaonrmrfce of his car rather than his grid drop. A penalty is bad in any case, Grosjean told reporters in the Hockenheim paddock. But what worries me today is the lack of peaonrmrfce in the dry in Q1. I didn't feel any grip, so we need to work, to analyse, and to get better for tomorrow. It felt like the rain came down on my car before the others. No grip in Q1, it was a very difficult session. Team-mate Kimi Raikkonen topped Q1 in the dry, which Grosjean feels highlights how much trouble he was in on Saturday afternoon. Kimi was fastest, so his car was good, Grosjean added. But we were almost one second behind, which is far too much. So we will try to understand it. We need to find the pace. If we want to come back in any way then we have to get the pace in the car. At the moment we don't have it, so hopefully we find it through the night. We have to analyse what was wrong, and get back to the level we know from the last few races in the dry. And then we can overtake people. – Osmar 03-Jul-2015
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