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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Seen some rumours in Italian media that Brawn is in the running to replace Binotto.
    Binotto must have a forum with all his real fans
    You could go there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    So I’d like to ask you Greg, who has me as well as other members, said that criticizing the team showed us that we weren’t fans of the team, that we should join a fan club of Charles: Greg, how do you feel, you who is authorized to tell us what we are, what we are not, you who has the monopoly of the liturgy of the fan and who allows you the right of anathema?
    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    Binotto must have a forum with all his real fans
    You could go there
    Who authorized you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Why do you care what I think so much? Ferrari does not belong to anyone not even Charles.

    You are not the first ever "driver" of Ferrari fan.......
    So just think and keep your anathemes to yourself
    We don’t come to this forum to be pointed out by a schoolmaster
    There must be forums for people in need of authority

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    So just think and keep your anathemes to yourself
    We don’t come to this forum to be pointed out by a schoolmaster
    There must be forums for people in need of authority
    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    Binotto must have a forum with all his real fans
    You could go there
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    No messages have been erased, don't be a liar.
    I lost them for a while, don't know why, use some words with a bit of reserve please
    But, where is my last post, the one saying that (i lost it too now):
    "I love the way you erase my messages!
    Obviously you do what you want on this forum
    I don’t know how the members support this kind Binotto's management, but for on my side, it tires me seriously"
    Last edited by Gilles; 27th November 2022 at 21:18.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Fact because you said so without any facts to back it up haha good post

    Amazing that stopping developing the car would see you lose time to others around you, until we stopped developing we were not losing the development race at all, what will be your next excuse?
    Men lie, women lie, numbers don't. But whatever makes you sleep better. So according to you, we didn't loose the development race at all, but nevertheless still stoped developing the car. You are on to something, we should encourage other teams to stop developing their cars too.

    You aren't even addressing the change in balancing after France, shows me everything I need to know about you. Even Ferrari admited that they had problems since they updated the floor. But we weren't loosing the development race right? Pathetic, but not a surprise.

    You seem to be happy that Ferrari doesn't win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucewayne View Post
    Men lie, women lie, numbers don't. But whatever makes you sleep better. So according to you, we didn't loose the development race at all, but nevertheless still stoped developing the car. You are on to something, we should encourage other teams to stop developing their cars too.

    You aren't even addressing the change in balancing after France, shows me everything I need to know about you. Even Ferrari admited that they had problems since they updated the floor. But we weren't loosing the development race right? Pathetic, but not a surprise.

    You seem to be happy that Ferrari doesn't win.
    I am not the one claiming we lost ground before Spa as we never. Spa and beyond which is when we pretty much stopped developing so off course would lose out to those who did not stop developing, not sure why you find this hard to understand at all? Merc also gained on Red Bull you know so what development race was going on???? only Merc kept going for obvious reasons, so I am failing to see your point at all to be honest. We were not falling behind until TD and we decided it was a lost cause and switched to 2023 if you can't see that then I don't really care.

    The floor in France did not change the car to suit Sainz is my point, you seem to think otherwise for some made up reason, probably just so you can whine about the team for something they never done. Ferrari rarely win titles, I am pretty used to it maybe you will get there sometime as well but until then you can rage about it on the internet but it really won't change anything.

    You seem to hate everything about Ferrari.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    You seem to hate everything about Ferrari.
    Why do you always fight like that?
    I really don’t understand the reason
    Can’t we talk without aggression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    Why do you always fight like that?
    I really don’t understand the reason
    Can’t we talk without aggression?
    Ah so you don't read what others write, just me. So today I have been told to support McLaren, then you told me to join a Binotto forum. But you want to talk without aggression now?

    So what you want it to be?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brucewayne View Post
    Imagine developing the car in favor of Sainz, only to see him get slapped by Charles in AD, despite having a fresher PU and the favorable strategy. What a catastrophic mistake, especially in times of a budget cap. And when we think about Monaco, Silverstone and Hungary, it's just not acceptable anymore.
    I read that Sainz sr is pleased that the 2023 car would be better suited to his son: Are we going to have a posthumous "gift" from Binotto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    I read that Sainz sr is pleased that the 2023 car would be better suited to his son: Are we going to have a posthumous "gift" from Binotto?
    If it suits Sainz and wins the titles then nobody will care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Ah so you don't read what others write, just me. So today I have been told to support McLaren, then you told me to join a Binotto forum. But you want to talk without aggression now?

    So what you want it to be?
    No, I read everyone
    And I find you incomprehensibly "nervous" for some time already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    No, I read everyone
    And I find you incomprehensibly "nervous" for some time already
    You asked for me to talk to you, you wanted my response. You then told me to join a Binotto forum.

    Now you turn it around to me, stop being obsessed with me.
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    Ferrari was capable of winning races up to Austria. In France and Hungary, they car was no longer as competitive. Then TD39 kicked in at Spa and Ferrari lost ground for sure relative to RBR and Mercedes. Mercedes in particularly continued some successful development while Ferrari did not. Since the season didn't stop at Spa, it is a fact that Ferrari lost the development race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    If it suits Sainz and wins the titles then nobody will care.
    Do you really think we can be superior enough to allow Sainz to win?
    Do you really think that with a car he would beat Charles?
    And if it happened anyway, do you think everyone would be fooled?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    I read that Sainz sr is pleased that the 2023 car would be better suited to his son: Are we going to have a posthumous "gift" from Binotto?
    I think that's a bad idea by Ferrari if it's true. Design the car for Charles and hopefully incorporate a setup window big enough that makes the car comfortable to Sainz.

    Red Bull have done this with Max, Ferrari did it with Schumacher. Those were big successes. Who knows, maybe it will suit both drivers, but judging from the 2022 season, Leclerc was most competitive with the SF75 when the car was acting in a way that didn't quite suit Sainz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS454 View Post
    Ferrari was capable of winning races up to Austria. In France and Hungary, they car was no longer as competitive. Then TD39 kicked in at Spa and Ferrari lost ground for sure relative to RBR and Mercedes. Mercedes in particularly continued some successful development while Ferrari did not. Since the season didn't stop at Spa, it is a fact that Ferrari lost the development race.
    Lost by choice is very different though as I have said, as for not being competitive in France and Hungary I could quote your own words from those post race threads you do, perhaps you could refresh your memory
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    Do you really think we can be superior enough to allow Sainz to win?
    Do you really think that with a car he would beat Charles?
    And if it happened anyway, do you think everyone would be fooled?
    Nico won a title against Lewis, it happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SS454 View Post
    I think that's a bad idea by Ferrari if it's true. Design the car for Charles and hopefully incorporate a setup window big enough that makes the car comfortable to Sainz.

    Red Bull have done this with Max, Ferrari did it with Schumacher. Those were big successes. Who knows, maybe it will suit both drivers, but judging from the 2022 season, Leclerc was most competitive with the SF75 when the car was acting in a way that didn't quite suit Sainz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Lost by choice is very different though as I have said, as for not being competitive in France and Hungary I could quote your own words from those post race threads you do, perhaps you could refresh your memory
    That's true about France. I somehow managed to forget Leclerc putting it in the wall while in the lead. Hungary the car wasn't as competitive as they had been though. If Ferrari was as good as developing as the other teams, they there is no excuse why they could barely keep pace with Mercedes who was 1.5 seconds slower than them early in the season.

    Lost by "choice", or ran out of money, or didn't have the skill, it does not matter. By season's end, Ferrari did not develop their car as well as Mercedes, and perhaps not as good as Red Bull, but that's questionable since the TD39 played in their hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilles View Post
    I read that Sainz sr is pleased that the 2023 car would be better suited to his son: Are we going to have a posthumous "gift" from Binotto?
    Binotto owes Carlos big time! He did everything he could get away with; trying to get Carlos out and Mick in his seat. Mick costing millions $$ in damage to his Haas car proved not ready for Ferrari. Maybe Carlos will race with the best car Ferrari can do up for him as is and was the case with Charles. Ferrari has two of the best drivers in F-1 . Let them compete; and during each race make the calls as to who should move over if needed. That's how Charles got picked over Seb at the end. They let Charles race!!!
    Last edited by Brembo; 28th November 2022 at 09:01.

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    Italian source today stating Binotto has tendered his resignation but Elkan is stalling for time, also stating Binotto and Elkan see things very differently and Elkan stopped Todt coming back to Ferrari and stopped Binotto breaching the budget etc.

    Maybe Binotto is the least of our worrys......
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    It is currently buzzing with rumours when it comes to the role of team boss at Ferrari. Now it is the Italian newspaper La Stampa that manages to report that even Ross Brawn is said to be on the shortlist.
    It seems a matter of time before the announcement follows that Mattia Binotto is leaving Ferrari. Although the team denied prior to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that the team boss would be leaving the team early, several (Italian) media outlets know that Binotto will be leaving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guro View Post
    It is currently buzzing with rumours when it comes to the role of team boss at Ferrari. Now it is the Italian newspaper La Stampa that manages to report that even Ross Brawn is said to be on the shortlist.
    It seems a matter of time before the announcement follows that Mattia Binotto is leaving Ferrari. Although the team denied prior to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that the team boss would be leaving the team early, several (Italian) media outlets know that Binotto will be leaving.
    https://twitter.com/motorsportweek/s...0YynyxW2qvgXLg

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucewayne View Post
    The focus was to make Carlos more comfortable. Weirdly Charles was happy at the beginning of the year, later it was the other way around. But Ferrari always finds a way to regress during a season. Other teams find ways to improve the car according to the preferences of their No.1 driver. And the result is, RB did beat us and it was not even close. We nearly lost P2 to in the WDC and WCC. But it seems it finally sunk in. Lessons learned!
    I endorse that sentiment!
    Trying to be less angry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    Binotto owes Carlos big time! He did everything he could get away with; trying to get Carlos out and Mick in his seat. Mick costing millions $$ in damage to his Haas car proved not ready for Ferrari. Maybe Carlos will race with the best car Ferrari can do up for him as is and was the case with Charles. Ferrari has two of the best drivers in F-1 . Let them compete; and during each race make the calls as to who should move over if needed. That's how Charles got picked over Seb at the end. They let Charles race!!!
    Agree. Let them compete. I believe we should root for Ferrari winning, be it driver A or B. As long as it is scarlet cars. It's the team that matters.

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    but at the same time https://www.grandprix247.com/2022/11...ing-to-an-end/
    enjoy your retirement, Ross

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    If this has just 1% of truth, I pray for it!

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    We need a boss not an engineer as TP.

    Not sure if Vasseur has it.

    I am even ok with Briatore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    If this has just 1% of truth, I pray for it!
    Would'nt we all
    Alas he has denied it saying that he will watch from his sofa.


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