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Mark _

August 25, 2014 7:52 PM

F1 » What we learned at the Belgian Grand Prix

ramjam 69: Lewis had a very valid reason for wanting to park the car. He's an engine down after qualifying in Hungary. Or have you conveniently forgotten that? What we did learn was that Nico is prepared to do anything to won the championship, however underhand......
It is not the first time that he has wanted to park it. Valid reason or not he wanted to and did quit the race. Nico's only mistake was not standing up to Lewis's aggressive driving sooner. I am glad that he finally showed that he won't back down anymore.

Mark _

August 26, 2014 4:41 PM
Last Edited 3 days ago

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning

ProfessorX - Lewis got the 10th fastest lap of the race. It may have not been the fastest but it was still competitive. A safety car could have helped him, like it did in Hungary. Lewis once again tries to get an unfair advantage by quitting. What the stewards should be investigating is the unwarranted parking of his car to get said advantage. An argument could also be made that Lewis steered into Nico by cutting to the inside curb with a car next to his rear wheel. I am not surprised that Button talks up Lewis as it just makes him look better for taking the fight to Lewis when they were teammates.

Mark _

August 26, 2014 1:29 AM
Last Edited 4 days ago

F1 » Rosberg v Hamilton: Have your say

LoveF1: Continued..... At that moment, does the driver see himself as part of a team (eg Red Bull or Ferrari) driving against another team (eg Mercedes or Williams). Or does he see himself as a driver driving against EVERYBODY ELSE, including his own teammate??? I think I now have my answer to this age-long conundrum....but answers on a postcard all the same....please!!
In theory you may one day need help from your teammate. It is unlikely that these two will ever help each other though. I would not be surprised if Nico let Ricciardo win yesterday to put more pressure on Lewis.

Mark _

August 25, 2014 8:37 PM

F1 » Rosberg v Hamilton: Have your say

richard: mark. i cannot remember, but did you say you were from california? if so, i hope that you have not been impacted by the earthquake. the same goes for any other poster here from the area.
Thank you Richard. I do live about 30 miles from the epicenter of the quake. We were up in the Sierra Nevada/Lake Tahoe area this weekend and did not feel it. My son was home and for some reason awake at 3AM. He said that it lasted for a while but it was not too bad. It mostly affected the city of Napa. The Sears Point/Sonoma Raceway is even closer and they had no problems and were able to hold the Indycar race as planned. The local highways were closed for a short time so that they could be inspected.

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