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Re: News and Stuff!
Posted by: Czcibor
Date: 26/11/2018 22:04
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Mehryar
Well I'd take Patrick Head over him but let's get real.
1.Newey with Williams, it's done...20yrs ago.
2.Newey is not actually their TD anymore since 2016.
3.As much as he's a design genius, his other aspects in management skills have been awful.Looking at drivers choices, managing their drivers, decisions on power units the team should use and all of the things you question about Paddy, have been the weakness side of Newey.
4.He's always performed in rich, high budget teams.Once he was left with limited budget, the results were mid 2000s RBR cars...His projects & ideas are super expensive atleast by what Mclaren bosses claimed in the time of his departure.

So overally, yes, he's probably the best designer out there.But if you are questioning Paddy for his drivers choices, management skills, running a team and working with limited budget, Newey is not the answer.

Btw, one thing I want to be informed about your claim on Kubica having Claire's trust while Paddy is pushed into the garage.Would you please clarify what do you mean of that? I mean, Claire has more trust on Kubica for running "anything" within the team except his responsibility (driving the car) than Paddy? I hope not.If the team boss has more trust on a driver than its TD and still keeps that TD in his position, this team is done & I'm sure it's not the case.Just a pure imagination on making this super hero of "Best if his generation", "most fit guy on the grid", "the fastest guy out there" , "the most technically advanced guy" and now "the guy who is there to run something within the team".what's next in his unlimited power?

Stan Lee is not dead.

What are you on about? Sauber, FI, TR and Haas are on similar budgets and deliver a better product.

Patrick Head was not is.

Stop being a Williams apologist it makes you look silly.

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