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Questions are asked about the legality of the Red Bull RB8 ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix

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May 27, 2012 12:26 PM

Absolutley off Topic.

I thought I heard the Sky Commentator say some thing really stupid about Princess Grace and the tight roads around Monaco.

He has just apologised - what stupid Gaff.

He will be lucky if he ise'nt Frog Marched out of Monaco!


May 27, 2012 1:21 PM

Hi Taipan!

He said something about the roads around and above Monaco, being tight and winding (over drops?) and Princess Grace would know about that".

I bet you know she was the Prince Albert's wife and she died in a car crash in Monaco in the '60s.

Stupid gaff said he was nervous (under pressure). OMG


May 27, 2012 5:12 PM

Totally agree. He is dreadful. Asks the most banal questions and never listens. Thinks he is funny too. Ideal for a Murdoch company.

Sky just dont seem to get it. They think that having lots of clapped out drivers droning will impress the public. I find Coulthard irritating on the BBC but compared to Hinge and Bracket (aka Hill & Herbert), he is almost likeable. Anthony Davidson is good but why have the shiny bimbo there? She adds zero but I guess appeals to the Sun readers.
After a prickly start, I'm quite warming to Gary the Fat Bloke on BBC. At least he can explain things simply.
Brundle and Kravitz are the only assets Sky have. The rest are a liability and making sick jokes about the Prince's mother is very sad indeed.

FreeJack - Unregistered

May 27, 2012 9:00 PM

"...team boss Christian Horner said he was under no illusions that the part was legal..."

Uh...you do realize that this would actually mean that Horner believes the part is ILLEGAL, don't you? Grammar for the win.

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