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September 06, 2014 5:14 PM

F1 » Hamilton beats Rosberg to pole at Monza

janhein: hamilton is quicker than rosberg. rosberg has learned from hamilton and manages to equal his speed now and then, but whenever the cars just work and there are no other issues hamilton is quicker. most of us know this, but some prefer to talk about the commentators.
It is nice to see that you are enjoying Hamilton's first pole since Spain.

Mark _

September 06, 2014 1:47 AM

F1 » Rosberg quickest in FP2 as Hamilton's running limited

Taipan: RGT, It's I'm right not am right FFS Talking of spelling, I'm wondering if you actually meant "practically caught the hair" Did his dodgy thatch run away?
It's a characteristic of some on Crash to belittle folks' spelling, syntax and grammar when they don't have a valid argument, and then not checking their own efforts. And no, he meant 'hare'. Jokes about hair implants lost their appeal amongst adults in the 1990s. Get a grip.
I thought that hair implants lost their appeal in the 1990s.

Mark _

September 05, 2014 7:50 PM

F1 » Massa: FIA should have penalised Rosberg

StevoG: He's very correct because if the FIA would have disqualified Rosberg it would have only been fair to what he did intentionally (as he stated) to Hamilton. But that is not the only reason the more damming reason that Rosberg didn't get disqualified by the FIA is that now he has gotten an even greater advantage towards being the WDC with his unfair and damaging tactics on Hamilton, and that is the unarrest part of this hole saga.
Refusing to back down is not the same as hitting someone intentionally. They both went for the same piece of road and they both could have avoided contact.

Mark _

September 05, 2014 1:19 AM

F1 » Massa: FIA should have penalised Rosberg

Pepe Leyva: On transmission I could not understand why the Under Investigation sign never came for the incident. Was it cause both were on Mercedez team? Should the FIA let them punch each other for being teammates?
They are backing off on penalizing every incident per the teams request. Plus there was enough doubt that it was just two drivers going for the same piece of road. Does anyone besides Massa really want a penalty for every single incident?

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