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#106 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Olga 31.03.2014 20:46

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the omnicorse italian site says that Kimi still has a DRS that is not properly working... http://www.omnicorse.it/magazine/36202/e...4-t-per-vincere

this is a google translation...

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KIMI STILL WITHOUT DRS! And the Ferrari? Kimi Raikkonen has reached 309.5 km / h (the Finnish struggled when overtaking because once again it did not work because it did not receive the DRS is enabled for use: but it depends on the electronics of Maranello or by FOM?) while Fernando Alonso stopped at 307.4 km / h, a sign that the Spaniard had approved a machine with more wing, perfectly in line with Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull Racing credited to 307.7 km / h.

#107 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by WHATEVER 31.03.2014 22:29

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Wow nice article, thanks Olga.

We will be patient, like Kimi.

Double points in the last three races sound better now than last year.

#108 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Olga 01.04.2014 08:12

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Lorenzo De Luca ‏@LorenzoDL83 22m

A furious #Kimi demanding for new parts via @Gazzetta_it

#109 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Olga 01.04.2014 08:24

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Quote: WHATEVER wrote in post #107
Wow nice article, thanks Olga.

We will be patient, like Kimi.

Double points in the last three races sound better now than last year.


you may want to read this too W!! http://www.circusf1.com/2014/03/forghier...isce-coppia.php

#110 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Olga 01.04.2014 14:12

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translated by Nicole

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This is why Kimi thought that his floor was damaged after the race - Alonso pushed him off the track in the start

McLaren gave more worries to Kimi than his own car

F1 | Turun Sanomat 08:34 | 0

Kimi Räikkönen's score after two races might be completely different without McLaren-worries.

Räikkönen drives with a Ferrari slowed down by the front which still doesn't obey his driving style, but he lost more points because of McLaren.

In Malaysia Magnussen hit his front wing in Kimi's rear tyre on the second lap.

– My race was practically over by then, Räikkönen snapped.

The only good thing in Räikkönen's race was his good start. He had a fierce battle with his teammate Fernando Alonso which ended after the Spaniard forced Kimi over the marbles.

– I had a good speed at that point, but when I got out of the corner I was pushed out. There was no grip on the marbles so I couldn't improve my position. Then again it didn't matter because there was so much damage from the crash in the next lap.

– All and all the car feels better now than it felt in Australia. Once we get the parts I have asked for, hopefully by Bahrain already, then the feeling of the front should become such that I can drive faster, Räikkönen sighed.

The first two-day test period will be held after Bahrain. Oviously Räikkönen's possible participance in the testing work depends upon if the parts are already in the car by the race, or if they will be tested out only after China.

Turun Sanomat, Kuala Lumpur

HEIKKI KULTA

http://www.ts.fi/moottoriurheilu/f1/6133...ita+Raikkoselle

#111 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by WHATEVER 01.04.2014 14:25

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Kimi needs to qualify in front of Fernando.

Hopefully now Allison's genius will make a difference in the Ferrari's development program.

#112 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Jalumi 02.04.2014 19:14

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The team radio from the GP.
http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2014/04/02/20...dio-transcript/

I want to ask: What means "copy" or "copy that"?

#113 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by miezicat 02.04.2014 19:50

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Quote: Jalumi wrote in post #112
The team radio from the GP.
http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/2014/04/02/20...dio-transcript/

I want to ask: What means "copy" or "copy that"?

It just means "understood".

#114 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Jalumi 02.04.2014 20:42

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Copy that

#115 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Denorth 02.04.2014 23:08

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Quote: Olga wrote in post #110
translated by Nicole

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This is why Kimi thought that his floor was damaged after the race - Alonso pushed him off the track in the start

McLaren gave more worries to Kimi than his own car

F1 | Turun Sanomat 08:34 | 0

Kimi Räikkönen's score after two races might be completely different without McLaren-worries.

Räikkönen drives with a Ferrari slowed down by the front which still doesn't obey his driving style, but he lost more points because of McLaren.

In Malaysia Magnussen hit his front wing in Kimi's rear tyre on the second lap.

– My race was practically over by then, Räikkönen snapped.

The only good thing in Räikkönen's race was his good start. He had a fierce battle with his teammate Fernando Alonso which ended after the Spaniard forced Kimi over the marbles.

– I had a good speed at that point, but when I got out of the corner I was pushed out. There was no grip on the marbles so I couldn't improve my position. Then again it didn't matter because there was so much damage from the crash in the next lap.

– All and all the car feels better now than it felt in Australia. Once we get the parts I have asked for, hopefully by Bahrain already, then the feeling of the front should become such that I can drive faster, Räikkönen sighed.

The first two-day test period will be held after Bahrain. Oviously Räikkönen's possible participance in the testing work depends upon if the parts are already in the car by the race, or if they will be tested out only after China.

Turun Sanomat, Kuala Lumpur

HEIKKI KULTA

http://www.ts.fi/moottoriurheilu/f1/6133...ita+Raikkoselle



after reading highlighted and other interview with Kimi I struggle to agree with the logic of the initial statement to be honest. Plus Kimi himself says 'marbles' not 'off the track'

#116 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by YiNing 03.04.2014 00:37

Alonso did push him off (didn't give him space) that's why Hulk pass him, but his floor was damaged because he ran with flat tyre for 1 lap. The initial statement didn't come from Kulta I think.

#117 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Denorth 03.04.2014 00:48

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YiNing - agree with you 100%

#118 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by Olga 03.04.2014 09:12

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...still it was a confusing race for me.....

#119 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by WHATEVER 03.04.2014 14:37

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Quote: Denorth wrote in post #117
YiNing - agree with you 100%


+1

#120 RE: 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix by miezicat 13.05.2014 18:54

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