F1 » Do talking on track, Mansell tells Red Bull

Nigel Mansell has warned Red Bull Racing to restore harmony in the camp or risk losing the Formula One title fight.

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July 23, 2010 11:57 AM

Echos of what Dietrich has said, good stuff Nigel, but I don't see the end of this by a long way, unless Dietrich has well and truly brought the hammer down on Marko's meddling and comments.

SHUT IT NIGE - Unregistered

July 23, 2010 1:49 PM

Does Mansell really think today's F1 team's listen or care what he has to bleat on about.
He has a very short memory, I seem to remember it was He that had Senna by the throat a few years ago!!!
I lost all respect for this man at Goodwood 2 years ago when he stacked Senna's Lotus at Molecombe, on his arrival back at his pit he took of his helmet and launched it into his mechanics toll boxes from about 20 feet.
He then had the nerve to let rip with a torrent of 4 lettered abuse whilst surrounded by fans of all ages, including I might add quite a number of women and young children.
He lost a lot of respect from all that witnessed his tantrum that day.
Stick to Golf Mansell.

soaum - Unregistered

July 24, 2010 8:19 AM


I just watched the crash you mentioned on youtube and you can clearly see that the steering fails. I think any driver that gets given an f1 car with faulty steering is entitled to be angry! and dont forget this is what killed senna in the first place

SHUT IT NIGE - Unregistered

July 25, 2010 9:58 AM

@ soaum

You'd better go to Specsaver's pal, the steering never broke, he drove the car back to the pit's and spat his dummy, after clipping the grass and going off.
He's a 1st class ar*e a Brummie lad made good no question there, but sadly love lording it over people.
It's a shame he dosen't remember his rootes and engage his brain before opening his gob.

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