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Just an opinion, like Sir Jackie is having, and as everyone on these boards does as well .... but if no one really cared about what he has to say, why is he still broached for a comment? I doubt he is the one calling the papers to see if anyone wants to talk to him. Same argument can be made of any past driver, be it Lauda, Moss, Mansell - insert the countless others here ---------------- Just because their day at the wheel is over, to try and marginalize their accomplishments by calling them rubbish is just plain disrespectful. These men had nards the size of coconuts to even step into the car, let alone win something like the green hell, Nordschleife, 4 times - as Sir Jackie did.

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