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ccessful start to life in Formula 1 is damagin
Pat Symonds believes that while Haas successful start to life in Formula 1 is damaging for independent teams like WIlliams, their achievements have been fantastic. The American outfit have 18 points from their first three races but have benefited from a partnership with Ferrari, taking staff and non-listed components from the Scuderia as well generating data through their windtunnel.Wiilliams, in comparison, create almost everything on its cars from scratch, the design based on data it has generated from its own wind tunnel and personnel. But the teams chief technical officer says that Haas have made perfect use of the F1 rules and admires their achievements on a much smaller budget. Symonds reverse grid theory Symonds reckons a mixed-up grid format would force teams to address the sports overtaking problems. I think its fantastic, Symonds told Sky Sports F1s Ted Kravitz. People might know that I do feel that the way Haas have gone about things - which of course is totally legal, its what the rules allow you to do - I think it does erode the status of being a constructor a little bit. But good luck to them, thats what the rules are. Theyve used them well.Mark Hughes: Are Haas a role model for the future?Theyve really surprised me and I have a lot of admiration for them. Haas are just 11 points behind Williams in the Constructors Championship despite a disappointing showing in China last time out, and Symonds adds that their race strategy deserves credit.He said: Whats really impressed me is that they havent just produced a good car but theyve raced it well and thats a very difficult thing for a new team to do.I think they did have personnel from Ferrari but theyve also recruited a lot of new people into Formula 1 who havent been there before and theyre doing a good job. Whens the Russian GP on Sky? The Russian GP is live and exclusive on Sky Sports - and there are a host of ways you can watch it. Operating an F1 car in a race is not an easy thing to do, its very complex set of circumstances that you have to take in. You have to have immense situational awareness and you have to react to it.We get it wrong sometimes, but theyve actually done it pretty well in their first few races.Dont miss the F1 Report on Wednesday at 8:30pm on Sky Sports F1 for a preview of the Russian Grand Prix. Natalie Pinkham is joined in the studio by Marc Priestley and Dominic Harlow. Also See: Symonds reverse grid theory Whens the Russian GP on Sky? Cheap Jerseys From China . Hamilton signed offensive linemen Mike Filer, Joel Reinders, Landon Rice and Carson Rockhill. Cheap Authentic Jerseys . 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After a four-hour delay due to the threat of lightning in the middle of the final round, Westwood went on to shoot a 4-under par 68 to complete an 18-under 270 at the Kuala Lumpur Country Club course for his 36th career victory. Westwood led from start to finish in the co-sanctioned European and Asian Tour event that he also won in 1997. "Its a golf course that suits my game; its very tight in certain areas. I played well, I putted well, and the short game is good," Westwood said. South Africas Louis Oosthuizen (68), the 2012 champion, along with Belgiums Nicolas Colsaerts (70) and Austrias Bernd Wiesberger (67) shared a distant second place on 11 under. The win will not only improve Westwoods ranking but also help him improve on his current 20th place in the European Ryder Cup standings.dddddddddddd "I feel like Ive got a short game back and Im starting to roll a few putts in," he added. 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