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Sir Lulu Ramilton - Unregistered

March 12, 2012 9:31 PM

Lol what a surprise, the fans just like their drivers and team in general cry their eyes out to the principals and demand it to be banned just like my realistic posts and usually get what they want or they will bitch and moan like their hero lulu.

Not my problem if Lulu is one big nagger and cant accept his major shortcomings that he was overrated since dot.

Seb for the WDC, the rest will feel his supremacy again this year and you lulu lovers will go back in your holes for another season when Jenson kicks his **** again lol.

«2PAC»

March 12, 2012 9:52 PM

hi blzbub, i have no doubt. but my comment was that at the start of the season mclaren do not nominate a no.1 and no.2 driver. both drivers start with an equal chance of winning the wdc. obviously if it's clear one driver has a chance of winning the wdc it would be foolish not to put more effort into helping that drivers attempt to win it.

could you honestly say massa is a contender for the wdc this season?

Taipan

March 12, 2012 10:03 PM

2Pac, you're still wrong. 2008 Kimi was the current World Champion, paid far more than Massa but Massa was beating him fair and square by the end of the season so Ferrari backed him over Kimi for the championship. IF Massa had a chance of winning the 2012 championship come the last few races and Alonso didn't I have no doubt what so ever that Ferrari would back Massa. Because at Ferrari the team always come first not the individual. Ron has had his pet drivers since the early 80's, Lauda then Prost then Senna then Hakkinen, now Lulu, many times his preference to one driver has cost the team, there lies the difference.

«2PAC»

March 12, 2012 10:39 PM

taipan, people that state belief as fact often end up looking silly. you may not agree with me but that doesn't mean i'm wrong. you have your opinion and i have mine. you have your thoughts on how ferrari operate and i have mine, the same with mclaren. since i or you are not on the board of ferrari or mclaren we will never know the FACTS so we'll have to agree to disagree.

richard

March 13, 2012 8:28 AM

2pac. both dc and kovi have publicly stated that they were clearly signed as support driver for their team leaders. they were never treated as equal number ones, despite what the team claimed.
and alonso was also signed as number one. but it was uncle rons favouritism to lulu that upset ferdi, he dug his heels in and was shafted as a result!

GazzaTheDonkey - Unregistered

March 13, 2012 2:02 PM

Best Car with luckiest driver.

Best cars in recent years have come from Adrian Newey. Luckiest driver has to be Seb. However, if McLaren have at last caught-up, Lewis has the ability but Button is more lucky. You may replace the word 'Luck' with 'Skill' if you wish but I think they are all brilliant in their own ways.

One wish - it goes to the wire this year.

Lol wrong - Unregistered

March 13, 2012 2:22 PM

Lol how long did it take a Newey car to win another WDC let alone a WCC.

Was 99 noobs Newey won anything with his cars, the dream team Ferrari crew won everything else, then Renault and then Brawn.

11 years until Seb came round and changed all that for Newey, fact.

Haikkinen was the last great to win in a Newey car and that was thanks to the Merc engine, and Seb made it look far too easy for greenhorns to spout laughable claims that Newey is the factor when in fact it's Seb and Red Bull as a team.

Sorry lulu fans keep kidding yourselves that Sebastian isnt worthy while the rest of us enjoy Seb going for the triple deservedly and becomes greater than Senna.

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