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Taipan

July 15, 2013 9:38 PM

Hi Jayne, You could start an e-petition, have a look at HM Government e-petition website. I think if you get 100000 votes the petition must be heard before parliament.

You've got my vote.

richard

July 15, 2013 9:45 PM

mansell. hero usually refers to someone who has carried out a heroic action, over and above their call of duty. so, just because lulu won ONE wdc and has then languished in 4-5 th ever since, means he is a hero?? get real.

the drivers that pulled lauda out of his burning car were heroes! but were they recognised? do you know their names?

if breaking records is your criteria, do you class Alonso and vettel as heroes?

and is your namesake a hero too?

Taipan

July 15, 2013 10:01 PM

Mansell's been "hear" before Richard, Isn't that particular spelling mistake a Golden Troll trait? If he wears a dress while being Karen I wonder if he wears a fake Tash while being Mansell?

Lulu the hero, LMAO.

Mansell

July 15, 2013 10:55 PM

richard for me the records Lewis set in his rookie season was more impressive to me than his WDC and the term heroic has a few meanings and for me in 2007 he showed many heroic qualities and setting so much record in his debut season this makes Lewis my Hero, and as for Vettel and Alonso they are not my heroes but just like Lewis showed heroic qualities with deeds . Alonso's back to back wins over the greatest statistically made Alonso a Hero to so many Spanish fans just because he is not my Hero does not mean he is not a hero.

As for my name sake the only man to hold the f1 and Indy tittle simultaneously and beating seasoned Indy drivers like Bobby Rahal,Al hunser jr, Fittipaldi and Andretti junior in his rookie season at the age of 40 then yes he is my hero. I may have preferred to see him go up against Prost in 93 but who knows what politics would have gone on as it was the Renault engine supplier who was pushing for Prost.

Taipan

July 15, 2013 11:12 PM

RGT Oh we know why Lulu is your hero "he's the sexiest driver on the grid, what a hunk" You won't be living that one down for a while mate.

As for your other hero Mansell, he had a shot as Prost's team mate in 1990 and was utterly humped and I'm pretty sure that the Ferrari's weren't running Renault engines that year!

Seems like you just fancy one hit wonders who only win championships when they have a dominant car and little competition. Or maybe you just have a thing for dodgy facial hair....

Mansell

July 15, 2013 11:49 PM

Well Taipan that poster called Karen seems to think he is a hunk.

For me the 93 clash if it had happened would have been champion against champion and this would have made it more spectacular and Mansell who was just crowned champion would have most probably seen off the more cautious Prost .then we would have seen two champions in a dominant car you know like the dominant mp4-22 that Lewis drove. But who was the other driver driving that dominant car was it the then current double wdc? Surly he would not be upstaged by a rookie? And yes i like exciting drivers one of them is not even half way through his career and the other holds two motor sport tittles so please try and get real to use a richard phrase. Im sure in time Lewis will add another tittle.

Taipan

July 16, 2013 12:09 AM

Troll, Stop living in fantasy World, Mansell was over rated he picked up the scraps when Prost, Senna and Piquet had bad days, much like Lulu picks up the scraps when Vettel, Alonso and Kimi have bad days.
There's probably some psychological reason for you having a thing for also rans, just like there's some psychological reason for you changing your user name 3 times a day but I'll be f**ked if I know what the reason is!

Mansell

July 16, 2013 12:28 AM

how can i be living in fantasy land when 90% of what i have said is fact apart from an opinion regarding Mansell seeing of the cautious Pprost.

But if you don't mind i will take more seriously the comments and sensible thoughts of past f1 drivers who have Lewis as not only the fastest in f1 but when at his best is the best, and these comments are made because they know Vettel has been driving better cars than Lewis since 2009 and that Alonso have been driving a better car than Lewis since mid 2010 around the same time Pat Fry left Mcca and going to Ferrari.

Taipan

July 16, 2013 6:51 AM

Dear God Karen think about it, 2 of the peoples opinion that you rate so highly are Brundle and Dhill, both British and both working for Sky TV, both paid to stir up the British audience. Do you think German, Spanish, Italian etc commentators are saying Lulu is the best?
Think about every World Cup you've ever seen, English commentators claiming that England have the best players, best fans, best everything, great chance of winning the tournament, then once they start playing it all goes pear shaped. But the commentators had done their job and stirred up interest and expectation.
As for Lauda, it's his job to big up Lulu. Before it was his job he was quite often rather scathing about your hero.

toolstation

July 16, 2013 9:31 AM

Sort of agree with taipan about the brundle and hill commentators they will big up lewis kause he is sort a british just like the scottish pundit geezers like coulthard,mcnish and stewart saying paul diresta would be world champion in a red bul.l lmfao at that comment.

But i notice the jenson guy is british and is suppose to be really smooth driver but i dont here hill,herbert,brundle or any other bigiing up button funny that
@ mansell yeah nigel was top draw and really should have won it in 86 bloody tire.

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