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Texas Roadhouse

March 03, 2015 4:09 PM

F1 » Fernando Alonso to miss Australian Grand Prix


The hazards of concussions are now right up in the forefront of concerns (rightfully so) since the legal actions within the NFL last year. Look at the procedures now in place within rugby - and Alonso's impact was likely far higher than that likely to be suffered within that sport. I fail to understand why there seems such suspicion that he is being rested. Had he raced, and had an accident, (God forbid), I can only imagine the outrage from all the hindsight brigade. Doctors don't (usually) have any agenda other than the safety and well-being of their patient - which I am sure is the case here.

Texas Roadhouse

February 25, 2015 6:49 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: Grounding the Alonso crash conspiracy theories


richard: well, there will be a lot of red faces amongst all the "expert" posters on here, who certainly came up with some ridiculous theories. but i guess there will still be some who think they know better.
Why do you seem to always get lots of disagrees, when mostly you are posting common sense -ahhhhh - just answered my own question!!!!!

Texas Roadhouse

February 04, 2015 4:53 PM
Last Edited 28 days ago

F1 » Marussia set for shock F1 return?


Manor/Marussia (unlike Caterham) showed every sign of working their way up the grid this season - their PU this year would have been a great improvement, based on Ferrari & Sauber testing to date. So on on that basis alone their inclusion in this year's field will be a good thing - if nothing else to answer ill-informed critics like the one above.


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