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Re: The Official Pessimism Thread
Posted by: fred959
Date: 06/02/2011 00:26
Our only innovation the gearbox will be copied easily by the other teams just like the Renault exhaust (source: [www.motorsport-total.com]). So any advantage of our conservative car design will be gone. On the top Renault and Williams will have problems with their tires. Williams is going to have difficulties to get them on temperature and Kubica will destroy them in 2 rounds completly. These faulty designs by Renault and Williams will lead to disastrous performances that can't be resolved during the season so they will fight at the end of the field even behind of HRT. Because of additional clauses Renault and Williams will lose all their sponsers. Because of the lost court case Lotus and Renault will join the good performing Team Lotus. So the blank Ex-Renaut team has to do a flotation too and Williams will sell 75 % of the Williams company to get the money for running the season. Paul Stoddart and Eddy Jordan are going to enjoy the new team spirit of Williams and Renault so they buy them both on the stocket market for one euro and form the Jordan-Stoddart twin-sister-allstar teams with pay drivers and old stars like Ralf Schumacher (who is outing himself gay and becomes the first gay driver in f1)/Maldonado (who is crashing every race). Sponsor of Williams will be the biggest gay community of the world so the millitary will force Chavez to quit the team aswell. As consequence Nakajima will return and crash before the races even start.

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