F1 » Mosley: 2007 season was good for F1.


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Observer - Unregistered

January 02, 2008 6:14 PM

Sorry, "posted by 59" but it is you and your friends who put yourselves down by endulging in childish abuse and failing to make rational adult points.

Of course you are just as entitled to an opinion as anyone else but what makes discussion on the web interesting is when opinion is supported by argument or by fact. An opinion which is not supported by fact or by reasoning is not worth having, much less posting on the web.

Can we not raise the standard?

59 names 1 month - Unregistered

January 01, 2008 11:01 PM

Observer why do you put people on here down you are no better than the rest of us you just think you are. You have no hard facts to state weather ferrari are not the preferred team. You have you right to your opinions and so do we. You might think you are right all the time but that doesn't mean you are.

Observer - Unregistered

January 01, 2008 6:39 PM

Simon.

Can't you do better than that? How about making a point or presenting an argument? If you really are too thick to contribute to the discussion it would be better not to post. You just expose your stupidity to the world and make the rest of us feel really intelligent!



Observer - Unregistered

January 01, 2008 3:05 PM

Simon, Max never said he favoured Ferrari over other teams, he said they were the most important team. Can you not see the difference?

No one said F1 would not survive Ferrari's departure. The claim was that losing them would matter more than losing any other single team. Again, can you not see the difference?

The discussion would be much more interesting if you would try to answer points which have actually been made rather than invent different points to answer.

No serious student of F1 would dispute that currently Ferrari are the most important team. The real question is whether they are treated differently to other teams. Is there any evidence that they are? If so, where is it?

simon - Unregistered

January 01, 2008 11:48 AM

I think the reason why people are fed up with max and bernie is because Bernie said,"no Ferrari,no F1" and max said he favoured Ferrari over other teams.What about the other 8/9 teams or dont they matter

Observer - Unregistered

January 01, 2008 10:42 AM

58 Names, where is your evidence of FIA bias?

Surely even you can see that to say Ron would have done better to confess right away is in no way the same as saying that what he did was OK.

That Ferrari are the most important team in F1 is a fact. If F1 were to lose them it would matter more than losing any other single team. In recognising this, Mosley is just being honest. The FIA apply the same rules to Ferrari as everyone else - witness the banning of the Ferrari special floor at the same time as those of McLaren and Red Bull even though Ferrari's was the best.

As to independence, the FIA is a federation of over 100 motor sport countries. You can't get much more independent than that.

ferret - Unregistered

December 31, 2007 8:04 PM

Hey Observer...
No worries there mate...
We all have our own opinons on this matter but we all have one thing in common!
We are all motorsport fans!
That the most important thing.
And may 2008 be a good year all round for F1,motoGP, BSBK, WSBK, Touring cars and so on.
Despite what goes on i still intend to go these events in 2008.
Happy new year Observer and everyone else on here in crash.net
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Sickcylinder - Unregistered

December 31, 2007 8:03 PM

Moseley - For some reason the man feels the need to get his name in the news on a virtually daily basis - he is the Jodie Marsh of motorsport. No other senior sports official does this. For some reason he feels the need to cast blame before cases have even been investigated and when disciplinary sanctions are imposed he comments again stating that whatever was decided was not harsh enough - in any other sport his actions / comments would be considered inappropriate for his position. He is either unprofessional or an ego-maniac or both.

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