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Tutti quelli cacciati sono finiti nei posti più ambiti della F1...lungimiranza :asd:

Come diceva qualcuno le cose due, o questo fa parte di un enorme progetto per mettere tutti gli ex a capo della F1 e spianare la via alla rossa per vincere i prossimi 10 mondiali, oppure con un altro ex incazzato, in una posizione di rilevanza, dobbiamo comprare ulteriori confezioni di vaselina per il futuro....ma dopo tutti questi anni la vaselina non serve più :secchione:

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Molto molto bene. Persona seria, oltre che unico dirigente Ferrari che io abbia mai sopportato.

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Domenicali ufficialmente a capo di Liberty Media, Presidente e AD.

 

https://twitter.com/F1/status/1309479424375619584?s=20

Edited by Ruberekus

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So che non è il luogo giusto, ma sapere dirmi cosa è la Euoformula open?

 

Sta per partire la gara di Monza su YouTube, campionato dominato da un cinese, altro che Lew...

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BOMBA

 

Confirmation that Honda will pull out of F1 at the end of 2021, leaving RBR and AlphaTauri looking for an engine partner

 

Honda to Conclude Participation in FIA Formula One World Championship
October 2, 2020, Japan Corporate
TOKYO, Japan, October 2, 2020 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced that it has decided to conclude its participation in the FIA*1 Formula One (F1) World Championship as a power unit supplier at the end of the 2021 season.

In 2015, Honda resumed competition in F1, the most prestigious automobile racing series in the world, with the goal to win using its own energy management technologies. Initially, Honda experienced a number of difficulties; however, by demonstrating the collective strength of “All Honda,” including the utilization of its aircraft engine technologies, Honda has realized a high level of competitiveness.
Moreover, as a result of the growth Honda achieved together with Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri under a strong partnership with both teams, Honda was able to attain its goal of earning victories with three wins last season and two wins* so far in the 2020 season.
In the meantime, as the automobile industry undergoes a once-in-one-hundred-years period of great transformation, Honda has decided to strive for the “realization of carbon neutrality by 2050.” This goal will be pursued as part of Honda’s environmental initiatives which is one of the top priorities of Honda as a mobility manufacturer.
Toward this end, Honda needs to funnel its corporate resources in research and development into the areas of future power unit and energy technologies, including fuel cell vehicle (FCV) and battery EV (BEV) technologies, which will be the core of carbon-free technologies. As a part of this move, in April of this year, Honda created a new center called Innovative Research Excellence, Power Unit & Energy. Honda will allocate its energy management and fuel technologies as well as knowledge amassed through F1 activities to this area of power unit and energy technologies and take initiatives while focusing on the future realization of carbon neutrality. Toward this end, Honda made the decision to conclude its participation in F1.
Motorsports activities are in Honda’s DNA, and therefore Honda will continue to be passionate about taking on challenges and striving to become No. 1 in all categories of racing in which Honda participates.
In F1, in order to fulfill the expectations of its fans, Honda will work together with Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri to continue competing with its utmost effort and strive for more victories all the way to the end of the 2021 season.
With its “challenging spirit” cultivated through motorsports activities, Honda will take on the new challenge of the future realization of carbon neutrality.
Honda will appreciate the continuous understanding and support for its motorsports activities and for the new challenge of Honda.

Edited by Ruberekus

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TOKYO, Japan, October 2, 2020 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced that it has decided to conclude its participation in the FIA*1 Formula One (F1) World Championship as a power unit supplier at the end of the 2021 season.

 

In 2015, Honda resumed competition in F1, the most prestigious automobile racing series in the world, with the goal to win using its own energy management technologies. Initially, Honda experienced a number of difficulties; however, by demonstrating the collective strength of “All Honda,” including the utilization of its aircraft engine technologies, Honda has realized a high level of competitiveness.

 

Moreover, as a result of the growth Honda achieved together with Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri under a strong partnership with both teams, Honda was able to attain its goal of earning victories with three wins last season and two wins* so far in the 2020 season.

 

In the meantime, as the automobile industry undergoes a once-in-one-hundred-years period of great transformation, Honda has decided to strive for the “realization of carbon neutrality by 2050.”

 

This goal will be pursued as part of Honda’s environmental initiatives which is one of the top priorities of Honda as a mobility manufacturer.

Toward this end, Honda needs to funnel its corporate resources in research and development into the areas of future power unit and energy technologies, including fuel cell vehicle (FCV) and battery EV (BEV) technologies, which will be the core of carbon-free technologies. As a part of this move, in April of this year, Honda created a new center called Innovative Research Excellence, Power Unit & Energy. Honda will allocate its energy management and fuel technologies as well as knowledge amassed through F1 activities to this area of power unit and energy technologies and take initiatives while focusing on the future realization of carbon neutrality.  Toward this end, Honda made the decision to conclude its participation in F1.

 

Motorsports activities are in Honda’s DNA, and therefore Honda will continue to be passionate about taking on challenges and striving to become No. 1 in all categories of racing in which Honda participates. 

 

In F1, in order to fulfill the expectations of its fans, Honda will work together with Red Bull Racing and Scuderia AlphaTauri to continue competing with its utmost effort and strive for more victories all the way to the end of the 2021 season.

 

With its “challenging spirit” cultivated through motorsports activities, Honda will take on the new challenge of the future realization of carbon neutrality. 

 

Honda will appreciate the continuous understanding and support for its motorsports activities and for the new challenge of Honda.

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che gran ritorno che è stato questo....

mamma mia 

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complimenti a questa bellissima formula dei motori ibridi, sono stati un vero successo :) 

 

ora vedremo le reazioni a catena anche sul mercato piloti

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Adesso, Ruberekus ha scritto:

complimenti a questa bellissima formula dei motori ibridi, sono stati un vero successo :) 

 

ora vedremo le reazioni a catena anche sul mercato piloti

Ma Red Bull a sto punto a chi si affiderà? Di nuovo Renault? Mercedes? Ferrari? 

Cioè non vedo proprio chi possano prendere come motorista

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per forza la Renault, gli altri hanno troppi team

 

a meno che la Haas non molli la Ferrari ma non ce la vedo una fornitura Ferrari per la RB

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1 minuto fa, Ruberekus ha scritto:

per forza la Renault, gli altri hanno troppi team

 

a meno che la Haas non molli la Ferrari ma non ce la vedo una fornitura Ferrari per la RB

Io la sparo, Alpha Tauri di nuovo con Ferrari? 

 

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In caso di mancati accordi con Ferrari e Mercedes sarebbe obbligata Renault, ma non è da escludere, per quanto assai improbabile, un accordo con queste.

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A questo punto non sarebbe utopia un addio anche da parte dei bibitari

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Mamma mia come sto godendo.

Questi sono i risultati dopo anni di dominio creato ad arte a livello motoristico e senza mai concedere un avvicinamento. Ora i motori sono solo 3 e ci sarà da ridere nel 2022, perché non vedo chi motorista possa mai entrare in questa F1 farsa a fare figure di m.

Godo anche perché la RedBull, per fare la guerra alla Ferrari, si è praticamente autosabotata e ha colpito il proprio motorista, che ora giustamente se ne va via da questo circo. 

Sono proprio curioso di vedere se Renault tornerà a dare loro la fornitura, anche se immagino che il cambio in "Alpine" della scuderia principale potrebbe essere un segnale che va in questa direzione.

 

L'alternativa è la fornitura da parte di Mercedes, ma in quel caso significa che realmente Mercedes lascia a fine 2021

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Renault, per regolamento, è obbligata a fornire Red Bull ed AlphaTauri, avendo solo il team principale come team Renault. Andrebbero a tre team come Ferrari e Mercedes.

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8 minuti fa, mancio97 ha scritto:

A questo punto non sarebbe utopia un addio anche da parte dei bibitari

non possono, hanno firmato il Patto della Concordia, devono restare fino al 2025, a meno di pagare salatissime penali suppongo

 

la Renault sarà costretta a fornire loro i motori, e loro a ingoiare la pillola di m***a del ritorno ai motori Renault

8 minuti fa, ForzaFerrari88 ha scritto:

Godo anche perché la RedBull, per fare la guerra alla Ferrari, si è praticamente autosabotata e ha colpito il proprio motorista, che ora giustamente se ne va via da questo circo.

madonnina quanto è vero :rotfl: 

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2 minuti fa, KimiSanton ha scritto:

Renault, per regolamento, è obbligata a fornire Red Bull ed AlphaTauri, avendo solo il team principale come team Renault. Andrebbero a tre team come Ferrari e Mercedes.

 

Ottimo. Sono cose molto belle da vedere in F1. 

3 motori...obblighi a dare la fornitura a qualcuno altrimenti restano senza motore...che meraviglia che è questa F1 ibrida.

 

Comunque se fossi in Ferrari darei piena disponibilità a dare la fornitura alla RedBull nel 2022, ovviamente il motore di quest'anno 2020, così magari riusciamo a non finire dietro :asd:

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