f1
Latest News:
Welcome to the Racing Bulls Message board. Feel free to talk about the Red Bull Racing Formula One Campaign and anything else related to F1.........
 

Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
Racing Bulls (IP Logged)
18 March, 2011 16:37
What do you think? You can have your say by posting below.
If you do not already have an account Click here to Register.

 
Re: Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
sessions (IP Logged)
18 March, 2011 21:45
Like it with the exception of the hard and medium, Grey and white may look much alike.
We'll see.

sessions

 
Re: Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
phatjack (IP Logged)
19 March, 2011 00:25
Yah, green would have been a better choice.



"If I had only known, I would have been a locksmith." - Einstein

 
Re: Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
LoudHoward (IP Logged)
19 March, 2011 04:27
If there's a step between the compounds at each race then it won't be a problem.



http://www.users.on.net/~loud_howard/webber/sigs/webbersiglatest4.jpg
http://www.patronisef1.com - My solution to F1's 'bore' problem.

 
Re: Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
growler (IP Logged)
19 March, 2011 09:50
Yep - AS LH says, we should only see Red & White or Yellow & Silver at dry races.



Admin@racingbulls.net
www.racingbulls.net
http://www.users.on.net/~washing/misc/RBR/growler-sig.gif

 
Re: Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
sir bob (IP Logged)
19 March, 2011 10:29
I think it's a bit over-the-top to be honest.

What's important is whether a driver is on the softer or the harder tyre. Not the specific compound they are on. If a hardcore race fan really cares about these details, they'll be looking it up before the race anyway.

For the casual fan, they might tune in and forget which colour means harder and which means softer. A simple stripe like bridgestone did made it straight forward and clear.

I guess it's easier for Pirelli if they don't have to keep changing the colours on tyres between races.

As the article says, the gap between compounds is open to revision. In this case you won't be able to tell the difference between the white and silver tyres, and people will easily forget which compounds the red and yellow tyres are.

 
Re: Pirelli shows its colours heading to Australia
SydneyF1Fan (IP Logged)
19 March, 2011 10:59
Incredibly Ferrari has announced that under their strict corporate branding guidelines, they will only be using the Supersoft and Medium tyres this season!

I like the use of different colours for tyres. Will take some of the guesswork out of qualifying form etc.



http://i807.photobucket.com/albums/yy358/SydneyF1Fan/SydneyF1FanSignatureWinner-v3.gif


Your Name: 
Subject: 
Spam prevention:
Please, enter the code that you see below in the input field. This is for blocking bots that try to post this form automatically. If the code is hard to read, then just try to guess it right. If you enter the wrong code, a new image is created and you get another chance to enter it right.
CAPTCHA
We record all IP addresses on the Sportnetwork message boards which may be required by the authorities in case of defamatory or abusive comment. We seek to monitor the Message Boards at regular intervals. We do not associate Sportnetwork with any of the comments and do not take responsibility for any statements or opinions expressed on the Message Boards. If you have any cause for concern over any material posted here please let us know as soon as possible by e-mailing abuse@sportnetwork.net
 

Who is online?

Total users online:  

Most users online:  

Users on this site:  

Where are they?