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March 26, 2015 8:33 PM

F1 » Alonso talks crash, contradicts many McLaren claims

LoveF1: Mark nailed it. Why does everything have to be so complicated with McLaren? .
Unfortunately thats Macca style it's alwaye been like that. I was hopping this time things would be different, but as days went by and statements were issued throwing blame and no word from FA I just thought "man fate is sealed, again, why cant they hire a PR person that can help dealing with these kind of stuff??". It only tells us glory days are still way far ahead.


March 12, 2015 1:52 PM

F1 » Perez supports van der Garde in Sauber feud

Checo was almost left without a drive by macca by very late decission, Magnussen was left without one, he knows what he is talking about, drivers and people must be treated with respect, in letting them free to negotiate somewhere else when they still have time. I bet that was included in his FI contract and was probably the reason for him delaying the anouncement last winter.


March 07, 2015 1:51 PM
Last Edited 21 days ago

F1 » Manor pass FIA crash tests with updated 2014 car

Ok ladies (no offense to the actual girls), can we go on with the technical discussion and cheer ups without the moaning and getting personal? That's just annoying. On topic, I find interesting what's been said here, I was honestly never looking at Marusia until Jules, and the administration issue went public. I learned a lot about what happens at the back of the grid and I am all for new/small teams support


February 25, 2015 2:24 PM
Last Edited 33 days ago

F1 » Massa: Verstappen amazing but too early for F1

LoveF1: how does a 17-year old react to facing a death-situation and then having to drive again, amongst these relentless opponents who close the door at will....
I'm not too sure about auto racing, but with motorcycle racing the younger the rider the less it seems to bother them.
I have read somewhere that such is the case of children in tne military, they are way more fearless than adults about death or risk, but that is not the point. The issue is that these new tech cars that are more like xboxes or playstatoons, so kids brains are more exerienced in multitask thinking through buttons and selecting stuff in a screen within fractions of a second than most adults in the grid. Its a new era, just live with that I am no particular fanboy I just love the sport. The kid is there for a reason. If the car works fine, we will learn what he can do in a few races.

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