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richard

December 12, 2014 3:47 PM
Last Edited 43 days ago

F1 » F1: Alonso returns to McLaren to emulate Senna


fullofit. i totally agree with you about senna. on his day, he was deserving to being called a great, but unfortunately his day was only 50 % of the time he raced! he was arrogant, ruthless, cruel , risk porone etc on all the other days. it always puzzled me why some so called f1 fans claim that he was the best. maybe thy just watched SENNA? and how on earth anyone can say that he REVOLUTIONIZED racing??? what on earth did he do that merits such a comment? the mind boggles! tesla cars are new to the motor industry, maybe tesla is new to f1? jbfanboy....well the name says it all!

richard

December 11, 2014 1:26 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I don’t want it easy


don. sorry to say, i am nearly lost for words at your skewed reasoning. first fangio. i tried to point out that if fangios first win of the year was in the best car, how could he then switch to the second best and then win, and then switch to the third best and win, all in one year? and then there were his exploits in south america. and then to say that piquet was a "great" , and mansell? that qualifies for joke of the decade! as i said before, you really need to read some books about the history of f1 and gp racing! you are unbelievable!

richard

December 11, 2014 10:58 AM

F1 » Hamilton: I don’t want it easy


contd. now for vettel. he took a back marker to a win. he then took another mid grid team to 4 consecutive championships. he is on the verge of being considered a great, and his time at ferrari will make or break him. and as for fangio? lucky to be in the right car? phooey!! fangio could win in a car and if this was the "right" car, then how could he change teams during a season and then win in a different car which was not the "right" car, and then change again in the same season into a further car and again win???? the fact is that he could win in any car. you really do not know your history!

richard

December 11, 2014 6:22 PM
Last Edited 44 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: I don’t want it easy


Don Hopings: Oh, I forgot. Watch the start at Canada 2014. Rosberg moves Hamilton off the track at Turn 2 I think it is. That's Good Manners for you!
and lulu pushed nico off the track three times this year. and lulu punched button up the rear in canada too. and lulu kept pushing massa off the track a couple of years ago. manners? he doesnt know the meaning of them! still, i forgot that in your love for lulu, you turn a blind eye to all his demeanours. by the way, all those "sources" you seem to pay so much credence to, all happen to be british. jingoism is alive and well in the uk. now please quote comments from international sources.

richard

December 11, 2014 8:22 PM

F1 » Dennis points finger at Hamilton for 2007 issues


fugitive. you seem to have it the wrong way around! in 2007, ferdi was signed as a clear number 1. after all, you would not tell a rookie that he would be treated the same as a wdc. however, ron then decided to sell ferdi down the stream my giving lulu preference. so ron didnt lie to lulu, he lied to ferdi! and he could not have treated lulu any better, he was already favouring him!

richard

December 12, 2014 1:52 PM

F1 » Retained Button ‘inspired’ by Prost


Elwood: I often wonder with people earning let's say 20 million a year, how much actually goes home in the back pocket? The taxes and/or tax avoidance (paying lawyers and accountants) on such income must amount to millions too. So if, for example, one driver is getting 25 and the other 3, perhaps the one earring 3 is just as well off?
thank god you are not my accountant! most of the drivers live in tax havens, so as to avoid paying any tax!


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