on 14 September 2007
i find it hard too believe that a crappy car -> turns into a good one in one year. (ooo and the secrets from the best team are just laying around doing nothing..... ) but it is no connection at al...... nope
Happens all the time in F1. 2004 saw the rise of the BAR Honda, 2005 saw a massive resurgence by McLaren, and 2007 again saw a big step forward for the silver arrow. There is no connection at all because your "evidence" is simply circumstantial. How bout bring some true mechanical evidence to the table like the fact that Mclaren decided to use a short wheel base for their car like most other teams, EXCEPT Ferrari. Ferrari is just about the only team to go with the longer wheel base, which significantly changes the vehicle dynamics. The FIA is trash, and F1 is completely out of touch with the fans. All the manufacturers need to pull out like they threatened to do so years ago.
2004-> bar was not running worldchamp, 2005 -> i think u mean renault?
edit : forget it i read the rest of ure post and al i see is nonsense.
Right, BAR wasn't world champion but they all of a sudden had a very good car that could outcompete traditional power houses like Williams-BMW and Mclaren-Mercedes. 2005 Renault won the world championship, but McLaren was right behind them in the standings. In fact McLaren won more races that year than Renault. And they did that after finishing a crappy 5th in the standings the year before. So how was my post nonsense? All I did was point out true things. Unless you're referring to my rant on wheelbases, which again is another truth. I guess you just can't handle the troof!
Edit: McLaren's jump between the 2004 and 2005 season was much bigger than the jump they made from 2006 to 2007. In 2004 they finished in 5th place and 2005 they finished in 2nd very close to Renault. Last year Mclaren finished in 3rd and this year are currently in 1st, which is far less remarkable than 5th to 2nd.
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