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richard

February 25, 2015 1:13 PM

F1 » Alonso spends third night in hospital


Stuey99: We're clearly not being told the facts, something is definitely wrong.
and how do you know that? the simple fact is that ferdi suffered concussion and the doctors are just making sure that he is fully fit before he leaves the hospital. the effects of concussion can last for weeks. of course, it is great to theorise and create conspiracies.

richard

February 25, 2015 3:06 PM

F1 » Alonso spends third night in hospital


well now taz. uneducated speculation is pointless. it is not uncommon for concussion victims to be kept in for observation for a week or even longer. ferdi had a high g prang, so the doctors had to wait until they were sure that there were no lasting effects. ferdi has now been released which shows that all the theorists were wrong. i cannot see any point in speculating as it only creates confusion. hopefully the theorists will now be satisfied.

richard

February 24, 2015 2:19 PM

F1 » Alonso could face more days in hospital


benignlyindifferent: I guess wishing a two time champion a speedy recovery and a return to the sport is two much for the haters and their need to hit the disagree button on the comments above. I read an article that discussed the psychology of "haters" in today's on line journalism and how this reflects their need for attention of any sort. The ancient Greeks referred to this as pathos. What I do not understand is why the "haters" continue to visit Crash. What do they like about a sport that causes them to wish ill of any great driver after a potentially serious injury? Sad.
those nuts are like what they are, because they are one eyed fanboys of one particular driver. they are not fans of F1 ! just ignore the plonkers.

richard

February 25, 2015 11:03 AM

F1 » Marchionne phone call convinced Vettel to join Ferrari


interesting that even though seb does not use a manager, it was schumis manager that helped persuade seb to move to ferrari. and i for one have no doubt that seb will be able to help advance ferrari in their recovery. danyboy. sebs reputation has not taken a dent, his ability to not get into a huff over the bad calls and glitches at rbr, showed him to be a better person than a number of other drivers who want to park cars etc.

richard

February 24, 2015 3:55 PM

F1 » Massa: Verstappen amazing but too early for F1


rob01: Red Bull is a marketing machine and they promote or target the youth for their fizzy drinks. F1 being the highest designation in all of motor sports should not have teenagers driving. In my opinion red bull is doing the series an injustice by promoting Max to F1. They are more interested in Max as a marketing tool over being a driver. The FIA agrees with me as they raised the bar to get a super license.
seems as if it is working then rob. they have you all wound up as ever. better cool down with a red bull!

richard

February 24, 2015 7:48 PM

F1 » Alonso could face more days in hospital


theeagle: Could be more serious injuries (on top of the concussion) they are not letting on about (after all F1 is notorious for its secrecy) . Rugby players (ie those in the present RBS Six Nations) take knocks just as bad and are usually left to play on even after concussion.
oh come on! it is concussion, that is unless you now better than the doctors! and your "comparison " with rugby is ridiculous. rugby players dont hit walls at 90 mph! and look at johnny sexton of ireland....he suffered from concussion and was not allowed to play for three months!

richard

February 23, 2015 9:18 PM

F1 » McLaren blames wind for Alonso crash, slams electrocution rumours


ProfessorDave: 1) Just asking.
1 if the car had drive and wind turned the car towards the wall, then of course he would be speared towards the wall. 2 changing down creates engine braking ! 3 why must he have been unconscious for the 15 secs? 4 90 mph is a hefty accident. you can be killed at 40 mph ! initial impact could easily have knocked him unconscious, but nobody knows at what stage he became unconscious.

richard

February 24, 2015 11:58 AM

F1 » Barcelona (1) - F1 test results [Combined]


kiwibob: Great to see kimi and nico ahead in times of they much vaunted team mates will be interesting to see what lewis and seb have in next test
ssiigghhh! there was only one car for each time, meaning that there is absolutely no way to compare any time between teamates. apart from that, they were running differing set ups and with test equipment etc...... you DO realise that this was TESTING, dont you! sheesh.


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