F1 » Stewart: Ferrari should sign di Resta


Jackie Stewart reckons Paul di Resta would be a good choice for Ferrari

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ghog

May 10, 2012 4:50 PM
Last Edited 955 days ago

@Walrus

These keyboard jockeys can get very "brave" at insulting Jackie Stewart. Easy behind a keyboard and being unregistered.

I wonder if they have done anything worthwhile, like campaigning to stop F1 Racing Drivers deaths and in the meantime win three WCD and race in CAN AM (I loved CAN AM)?

Taipan

May 10, 2012 4:53 PM

Richard, Nope didn't forget Rindt I didn't forget Berger either who won more races than Rindt, but I should have said "mainly down to Niki"

I'm more interested in this Scottish name of yours, I'll go with....McTavish! lol

tartan bobble hat - Unregistered

May 10, 2012 5:53 PM

the lads up north learned to drive in changable conditions then were pitted agains the usual upper class twits that did racing on the world stage. See finns also.
Now everyone trains in go karts and cct racing they are not so prevalent.
Maybe jackie is give merc a hurry up with this comment.
Anyone with more than a goldfish memory would show JS more respect. He battled to make sure cars were safer by going against a system that couldnt be ****d in the 60s and 70s.

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