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Mark _

August 27, 2014 4:41 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Nico’s alleged thoughtcrime


"As long as both men stay silent" - well good luck with Yappy, I mean Hammy. Either of them could have avoided the contact. For those who say that the corner belonged to Hamilton that is fine and all but unless he is completely unaware he turned with another driver still bedside him. I am glad that Nico will not let Hamilton put him off of the road anymore. Hopefully it happens again.

Mark _

August 27, 2014 5:37 PM

F1 » Kate Walker: Nico’s alleged thoughtcrime


CliffEdge:
shamarone: re: "So much for our great "democratic" system where we no longer enjoy freedom of speech" right then, let's not confuse "freedom of speech" for... a "freedom to be irresponsible".
Freedom of speech means exactly that - the freedom to say absolutely anything, no matter how offensive to certain people, without fear of consequences (other than someone disagreeing with you). There is not a country on this planet that actually has freedom of speech.
Does anyone really want absolute freedom of speech? Some speech can harm people and that should not be allowed. And I am not talking about being offended.

Mark _

August 26, 2014 7:02 PM

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning


Snakecharmer: So let me get this straight please..... are all the anti Hamilton bashers saying it was his fault that the car behind drove into him because he took the racing line and Nico didn't make an error of judgement ?!!!
Nope. People are saying that they drove into each other and it is just a racing incident. Both could have avoided it but neither of them backed down. Simple really.

Mark _

August 26, 2014 7:43 PM

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning


Elswagger: Both drivers could have avoided an incident but the F1 rules make it Rosberg’s responsibility.
Perhaps you can quote the specific rule to support your statement. As I understand the rule the defending driver needs to leave a car's width if any part of a competitor's car is alongside. What the stewards should be investigating is Lewis intentionally parking a competitive car to gain an advantage.

Mark _

August 26, 2014 8:59 PM

F1 » Lauda: ‘Lewis did nothing wrong’


Cubikrube: Just one thing to add regarding the stewards.....given it was two team mates, you wouldn't (as a team) report one of your own drivers to them...whereas the other contacts that happened (and resulted in penalties) were between drivers who were not in the same team. Given the more lenient stewarding, maybe...if there is no complaint...there is no investigation? Thoughts anyone?
Unless it is Hungary 2007 and your daddy runs to the stewards instead of the team.

Mark _

August 26, 2014 5:21 PM

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning


ProfessorX:
Mark : ProfessorX - Lewis got the 10th fastest lap of the race. It may have not been the fastest but it was still competitive. .... .
Reason Mark, it's called reason. That fast lap was probably set on a set of tires that did not last worth a ****. Also your argument is wrong, Lewis was on the racing line, Nico deliberately cut right, right in to Lewis Hamilton's rear wheel, there is no question, Nico deliberately cut hard right, right in to the rear wheel of Lewis Hamilton. I can't repeat it enough, because it's right in front of your eyes, either Nico was off the course for blundering it in a chicane, or Nico had to crash in to Lewis to stay on the track, the only part of Nico's car beside Lewis's was his nose. Nico 100% completely at fault for choosing to steer in to his teammate.
So was Schumacher innocent in Adelaide when he took the racing line with Hill there?

Mark _

August 26, 2014 7:07 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


ProfessorDave: Several times earlier in the season the two Merc drivers have been side-by-side in a corner and Hamilton has driven Rosberg off the track. So Nico wanted to make a point at Spa. His point was "next time we're side-by-side in a corner I'm going to hold my ground and if you want that to result in contact that's your choice". Good point, well made!
This sums it up perfectly. Now the question is, did Lewis learn anything from this?

Mark _

August 26, 2014 5:14 PM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


For those who think that Lewis was correct to take the racing line how do you compare this incident to the famous Schumacher/Hill collision in Adelaide? The difference is that there was no rule about keeping a cars width in those days but many of you don't believe in that rule anyway. So was Schumacher innocent?


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