F1 » Horner: Vettel won't influence who replaces Webber

Christian Horner: I don't think Sebastian has any concerns about going up against any driver, and he hasn't voiced a preference either way...

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August 10, 2013 9:04 PM

130r. my god! and I wasn't even attacking! I was just posting a fact that was explaining a misconception that you had referred to!

and I thought that this was a forum for discussion and debate! me bad!


August 10, 2013 9:15 PM

@richard...the man is always correct!
debate but please don't boss people.
Vettel will have a say in who is in the team no doubt,
but whether the team listen is another thing.
Kimi will make him a good team mate, as they are friends.


August 10, 2013 9:29 PM


Firstly I'd like to say I've enjoyed your contributions, you're obviously a genuine F1 fan and as such I hope you hang around.

But that was a bit of an over reaction to Richard, whatever happened in the past it might be time to shake cyber hands and move forward?

Just a thought.


August 10, 2013 9:33 PM
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Slagheap, Why does being friends make good team mates? The first person they all want to beat is their team mate so being friends is fairly pointless.
Respect each other, work together for the team yes but I would imagine being Seb's friend will be the last thing on RBR's list of requirements.


August 10, 2013 10:04 PM

Kimi did say earlier in the month that he was waiting for payment but Genii Capital boss Gerard Lopez told Autosport recently...

On the 120 million euro debt, anybody half-smart can find out that number by going to Companies House records and will see that out of that, over 90 million is not real debt but shareholder loans made to the company.

The salaries have always been paid on time and there has never been even a hint of a potential strike by our people at the factory. We usually don't comment on these things, but in this case it's unfair on the people working in the company to be saying things like that.

Who knows what the truth is.


August 10, 2013 10:24 PM

The Lewis " was put in a winning car when he started f1" argument is idiotic at best.

If a top team like Mclaren to have had faith in a Rookie like Hamilton he must have measured up to something or must have been very very good.

Look at his junior championship. He was the best throughout.

The best drivers attract top teams. You wanted him to drive for a low grade team to prove himself in what? That's the most ridiculous argument i have ever heard.

Someone like Jenson Button has always been a mediocre driver, the reason he never attracted top teams until later in his career.

I will ignore Taipan because he is just a back marker for this site.

Call us Ham fans whatever you like..

Must hurt your predictions didn't work last year when you stated Hamilton will be in the mid pack this year.

How is that holding for ya?

Over and out!


August 10, 2013 11:22 PM

Slick, On the 18th March 2012 you said the following...

"52 disagrees, a testimony to this being Jenson Button's fan site. Lewis is a genius and even his mistakes serve as portals for new discoveries, creating fame for even the unknown such as TAIPAN. His flaws have given credence and recognition to this unknown being. Ye Taipan, thou ungrateful being, man of little faith show some appreciation, for LEwis is thy creator. Lewis Hamilton is God of the track first or last. He is the man who never was but at the same time is. He resides between what is and what is not. It will take you 125 years to even race his shadow. It shan't be long before this heavenly warrior roars with fire and incinerate all his enemies. Be afraid for he cometh!! "

So I don't take you very seriously Hope your over and out is permanent. :)

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