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May 22, 2015 1:52 PM

F1 » Michelin confirms interest in F1 return

why do some continue to blame pirelli for the degrading tyres? it is NOT the fault of pirelli. they can provide tyres that could well last a full race and more, after all they provide tyres in wec. but fom/fia demand that they produce tyres that will only last a short period of use. it is deliberate so as to create pit stops and to provide "excitement" for tv viewers. IF michelin returned, they would be under the exact same strictures.


May 22, 2015 3:56 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘just tweaking car here and there’

Soundofspeed: You are right about Senna's charity work. It's a shame that none of the 5 highest paid F1 drivers equal Senna in Charity work. Especially Vettel, who is reportedly the highest paid driver on the grid. He should do more for charity than just selling autographed helmets. As you said, charity comes from the heart. Not helmets.
wow, i was beginning to take you seriously and now you come out with a totally unfounded criticism. how the hell do you know what any of the top 5 drivers do for charity? and for your info, i am aware that vettel is a very big contributor to "wings for life" and i also know that ferdi also sponsors some childrens charities. i had the decency to compare a person who donates a miniscule amount of their salary to charity, to those who are more generous but with a pittance. i mentioned absolutely no names, yet you come on and make an accusation about one specific driver. since you want to name drivers, pray tell how much


May 22, 2015 1:57 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘just tweaking car here and there’

JunglistF1: And if charity comes from the heart and not the pocket then donating £5 or £5m should be the same as long as it came from the heart.
i think that you are missing the point entirely. a person who can easily afford a donation, cannot be compared to a person to whom even a small donation means a lot, and comes from the heart. i never admired senna, but he was an example of good charity, by giving most of his earnings to the slum children of brazil


May 22, 2015 12:41 PM
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F1 » Hamilton ‘just tweaking car here and there’

Stuey99: All the top drivers have private jets mate. They can also spend the money as they see fit - do you want them to live in poverty and donate all their money? I'm pretty sure LH (like all the drivers) contribute a lot of cash to charity.
if a driver is earning 20m per year and donates 100k to charity, is that a lot? i would be pretty sure that most on here give a far bigger ration of their earnings to different charities. so who then is the most charitable? the person who can take 100k from their loose change, or the person who is earning a pittance and still gives maybe 5£ to the local hospital? charity comes from the heart, and not from the pocket!


May 22, 2015 12:44 PM

F1 » ‘The Strategy Group is not fit for purpose’

107SS2009: When Mr F1 calculated that he had the teams that natter in his bag, he came out with the grand idea of the strategy group, but now that he found out that the teams that matter had spit-out his fishing hook complete with the 2.4l twin turbo v8’s, he is the prim mover and the one fomenting and pushing that the strategy group is not good for F1/is not fit for the purpose, he is the one instegating/he is now behind the people who are saying that the strategy group is not fit for the the purpose, poeople which in the first place should not be and are not fit to be in F1 mostly because of Mr F1 himself. As long as F1 is not rid of it's onehalfcancer left in it things will never improve.
well, i see that hmrc are chasing mr e for 1bn in back taxes and penalties as a result of disclosures in the german case.

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