Ferrari did have 4cylinder engines in the 50's i think. Not sure how they feel about it today. They GDI is a more fuel efficient system, something they already have on one of their production cars.
Vettel's move is not so far away. Schumacher is not at Mercedes to help Rosberg. He, Schumacher, got to where he got in F1 by not being nice to people especially his team mates. He is being measured against Rosberg, and he will do anything he can to beat him. Vettel can leave Red Bull after 2011, which looks more likely if he doesn't win with Red Bull. Mercedes need to evolve as a team by that time. The people at Mercedes are the same people from Honda years and Honda didn't win much with this lot except when they quit after pumping in millions to make a winning car, only to sell it and leave.
What I really wish can never come true and it is something I regret forever with respect to F1.
The rain man is gone, if that's what you are hinting at. Some one killed the king.
If you want to see Alonso, down load the San Marino GP of 2005. Hungaroring 2006, Suzuka 2005, just to name a few.
Schumacher, Hungaroring 1998, French GP 2004, Spanish GP 1994, Spa 1995 ( that was a lucky win if there ever is anything as a lucky win )
u should download 2006 season races to watch him race his heart out against alonso..but alas alonso won the titles...haha...
LOL! wasn't that just the most amazing feeling?:D:D:D:D:D:D All that rule bending, rule changes, FIA favoritism, silly penalties. Cry babies! A penalty for this, as Pat Symonds, rightly points out @1:20, this is what F1 was all about a few years back, one hour qualifying and everyone had to find space for himself.
Max Mosley weighs in, after finding spare time from h**kers.