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Lewis Hamilton says Red Bull will remain a force in the 2014 F1 season when new engine rules come into force

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richard

September 10, 2013 6:27 PM

I get a little pop up of sorts on the left hand side of my screen. it shows lulu in a red (Vodafone?) cap. seemingly he had no problem with the style last year?

but lulu deserves a MOBO award (Master Of the Bleeding Obvious) for this latest comment.

Fullofit

September 10, 2013 6:58 PM

Ty, surely Lulu Vuitton (bwahahaha BTW) wouldn't dare step on PCxMerc's toes.
Apparently he once met a man who read a book on CFD, so he's now the 'go to' man for making sure the 2014 Mercedes is a better design than anything Newey can deliver.

I'm sure he'll pop up here soon using a whole bunch of words he copied from a Wiki article.

Taipan

September 10, 2013 7:12 PM

Fullofit, Did you see PCXmerc's description of F1 the other day? Apparently its a "communist totalitarian fascist regime" Which I found very interesting, I mean hysterical.

Lulu and PCX could make a fantastic F1 car, Lulu dealing with the styling so we can expect some sort of Cadillac Escalade with 24" chrome spinners and blacked out windows. PCX can deal with the engineering so 15000bhp from a 1200cc N/A engine getting 75mpg running on dolphin tears!

Fullofit

September 10, 2013 7:22 PM

LOL, no missed it ... but caught the follow up comments.

You do realize he is going to give us an in-depth technical explanation as to why your comment is completely ridiculous & far fetched ... since there is zero proof dolphins in fact have tears.

Taipan

September 10, 2013 7:39 PM
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What did I get wrong PCX, was it the tears? do dolphin turds give better consumption?

Talking of getting things wrong, you've predicted that Lulu would win every race so far this season and been wrong on 11 occasions, that's quite a strike rate!

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