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Dreadnaught

May 26, 2014 3:29 PM

What a total load of BS !
This is one of the most stupid ideas that the little man has ever come up with - a complete distortion of the whole championship.
I should think the organisers are desperate to sell tickets.
Not only BS but a sad farce.

Odubbryer

May 26, 2014 10:03 PM

Taipan: Dreadnaught, I completely agree.


But if it should mean Nico wins the championship rather than the brat then it will become the best idea since tinned beer in my opinion. :)


A childish comment as usual but lets assume for a minute that EITHER driver shows their dominance by winning 9 of the next 12 races with his teammate second, if the dominant driver has a mechanical failure in the last race and his teammate wins, the non-dominant driver would be WDC. Not fair whoever would benefit.

George Zaidan

May 27, 2014 6:32 PM

To be completely honest? There is nothing more I'd like to see than Lewis having an engine break down in Abu Dhabi and Rosberg adding 50 points to his tally and taking the WDC. Yes that would have made the whole fiasco of the season worth watching and something worth remembering. I bet the FanBoys Club will totally disagree.

Walker

May 28, 2014 9:32 AM

Ironic that the gnome who thought this idea up is the one whinging about the new regs and how bad and needless they are. If it aint broke don't fix it eh Bernie???
As for this momentous potentially game changing event does it mean Bianchi and Marussia are in with a whisper of walking off with the titles!!!
Re the Rosberg and Hamilton saga I would like to see Rosberg win it fairly and squarely without Bernie bonus points so there is no doubt who is best.

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