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Two broken Porsches. Webber did it.
The wec stream has been absolute balls for Spa. Buffering like mad, and theyre deleting all the posts about it on FB. I'm so disappointed, given the Silverstone stream and race were so good and I've been looking forward to this race all week.
Edit: so I've found a redistributed Motors TV stream of the race on Justin.tv that's more reliable than the official and paid stream. What a farce. At least I have something solid to watch.
Boy do they need some sponsors. How do they stay afloat?
Scumbags at IMSA have cut their live feed with MRN commentary, so now there's nothing on until the FOX coverage starts again - when I'll probably be in bed
Won't be up for the Sauber launch today either, but if their nose design is similar to Ferrari then I'll be making a lot of similarities between Sauber the F1 team and Sauber the vacuum cleaner company (yes it actually exists).
He's alright (as in alive and moving), trapped in the car.
My FOX Sports feed was canned on Justin.tv, so I had to switch over to one that's Motors TV video and MRN audio. So the footage and commentary isn't in sync, lame.
Kubica kept his record of blistering pace followed by a resounding crash.
A serious shit/fan collision is coming
EDIT: Seen it, the pic is from Malaysia 2013
Ferrari used an old pic for their "teaser" too
Well Lotus are just in the spotlight, and in truth I don't really know how involved GENII is overall. It's a hard call, but in general all companies have debt because they would rather use the profit to make more profit, and only pay a tiny amount of the debt off at a time. Kind of like credit card payments (but not at all like credit card payments ) And if that debt is internal, which means basically all the goods/services are being bought within the company by the company, then that company can delay repaying itself almost indefinitely since there won't - or shouldn't - be any interest, at least not a vast amount.
It's a difficult thing to breakdown. I suspect Lotus are being made an example of because they haven't managed to get a positive cash flow for an extended amount of time (where you have more money coming in than out) recently. They also placed great emphasis on the bollocks Quantum deal. This likely inflated their share prices - good for business - for a time, which generated some money, but ultimately they're now likely in a decline because it fell through.
McLaren are already stretching themselves thin. F1, super cars, both are heavy development programs. And they only recently (in business terms) started the super car business, so it's unlikely they're booming. Not to mention they're investing in the future of both of those mediums whilst developing inside them.
Ferrari are doing the same as McLaren probably.
As for RBR finances, well it's safe to assume they're doing dandy.
80m of in-house debt (liabilities) isn't that bad, Genii is likely to be smashing that total in profit alone. I mean if you were to look at Ferrari or McLaren, they'd probably have the same amount if not more.
So long as they have a +1.00 ratio in regards to liabilities vs turnover then they're as good as any other western company. No company ever abolishes all their debt, it's a mentality of 'spend money to make money'.
When my old R32 Skyline GTR split a water hose and overheated right before xmas the odometer was at 94444. Creepy.
Although I saw plenty of 4th floors when I was in Japan.