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February 24, 2015 4:35 PM

F1 » Massa: Verstappen amazing but too early for F1


ProfessorDave: Alexander the Great was only 16 when he successfully led forces of over 500 troops. By 17 he was regarded as one of the the greatest military leaders of his era. But by today's arbitrary age rules he wouldn't have been able to join the army at the lowest rank until he was 18. Verstappen is more than good enough and mature enough to be in F1, let him prove it.
You seem to have missed my point. I have not questioned his ability or his maturity. There are still places in this world that children do serve in the military if that is something that you find acceptable.

Mark _

February 18, 2015 10:28 PM

F1 » F1 decides against radical changes for 2016


ProfessorDave:
Taz: To be fair they have banned drivers changing their helmet design through the year. That should bring the punters back in their droves....cough :rolleyes:
But at least we 'punters' will be able to instantly identify which driver is in which car. That was near impossible at times last season so well done F1 for doing something positive.
I would rather be able to see the driver's number on the car than try to remember what their helmet looks like.

Mark _

February 24, 2015 3:27 PM

F1 » Massa: Verstappen amazing but too early for F1


Matt2: Not saying anything about Verstappen because he hasnt even done one race but isint comments like this "-I think Verstappen can be quick in the car, no problem, but I think that experience counts, maybe in some details where he could cause some accidents or cause some problems, but I hope it won't happen to him.-” a bit "riding with the high horse" when you think the amount on times Massa had crashes and wasted time upside down last year?
But according to Massa it is never his fault.

Mark _

February 24, 2015 5:06 PM

F1 » Massa: Verstappen amazing but too early for F1


rjbbob: in response to marks comments that mozart was 13 when he conducted an orchestra. how many peoples lives were potentially at risk if mozart made a mistake doing his job as opposed to verstappen making an error on track from lack of experience? wish the kid all the luck in the world and hope he does not cause any on track incidents but time will tell. maybe if he had won the title in the formula 3 series it would have made a little more sense, but 3rd place overall. i understand it was his 1st season but if you argue he is amazing then he should have won the championship that season.
That was not my comment.


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