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Damon Hill: "though it's a few years since I stopped driving, I've never stopped looking at F1 and never lost interest. It's a sport that I love."

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richard

January 17, 2012 6:52 PM

ron. you are getting more and more obtuse with every post. i cant make head or tail of these latest epistles. you seem to want to rewrite history!
but there is one thing you got right. that was hamilton fighting with schumi. for a place outside the top five. but i think that schumi would teach your lulu a thing or two.
i think that i will have to award you an oscar...for the most obsessed fanboy of all time. congrats.

Angelina - Unregistered

January 17, 2012 7:06 PM

@ronsgoldenboy
Sorry for reminding you that V comes after r & s.

Congrats on arranging all others in alphabetical order. Good job. Was funny to see that u use Hamilton as a line & all others r written between them.

I think u forget Raikkonen was champ not Rosberg. All champs on 2012 grid in alphabetical order except ur favs the younger ones who break the rule.

Anyways. Good job!

Angelina - Unregistered

January 17, 2012 7:16 PM

@Taipan
Spot on with stewarts comment.

All those who think Hami beat Vettel in F3, they were not teammates n Hammi's car was vastly superior. Also for Di Resta & his fans, Vettel beat DiResta in a slower car in 2005. In 2006, Vettel had a crash n was busy with F1 testing for BMW but managed to merely lose it by 11 points. I don't think i have to remind anybody how much a crash can affect c'ship.

BTW mind that during 2005 & until April 2006 Vettel was still in high school & he did well unlike his older competitors who had already dropped out. I have read only Vettel n Kubica on current grid have a diploma.

ron'sgoldenboy - Unregistered

January 17, 2012 7:44 PM

richard how am i rewriting history Hammi battered Vettel in similar cars in 2005 and that is the only time that these to could be regarded as being in similar spec cars it certainly has not been the case in 07 to now as they both started f1 at the same time whats so hard to digest about that.

Angelina you are so besotted with Vettel that i really cant take anything you say seriously when talking about your dream boy.

victor - Unregistered

January 17, 2012 7:49 PM

Angelina what's a diploma got to do with F1 Racing - Jacky Stewart left school early because of his dyslexia and he would rate as one of the most successful and exciting persons last century.

Angelina - Unregistered

January 17, 2012 8:04 PM

@Victor
I didn't mention diploma for F1. I mentioned it for Vettel's commitment to F3.
He wasn't as commited then as he is now bcoz he needed time for other stuff.

Taipan

January 17, 2012 8:05 PM

Ronnie, You're kind of clutching at straws now in your efforts to make Lulu look good. It was bad enough when you wittered on about 2007 now it's 2005! How old was Vettel in 2005? 16 or 17? WOW Lulu beats a schoolboy! EPIC!
di Grassi beat Vettel in the 2005 F3 championship, does that make him the best driver ever as well?

richard

January 17, 2012 8:18 PM

ty. was just going to make a similar comment.
lulu had a merc supported car, seb had a private entry. lulu was in his second year of f3 (nothing unusual in 2004 other than a crash!). seb was 16 and lulu was 19. it certainly wasnt like for like. incidentally i found out that seb nearly lost a finger (maybe thats why he shows it after every race?)and was out for six weeks.
checking asm website, this was used by merc for their up and coming drivers.

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