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January 11, 2016 1:55 PM

WRC » Dakar: Sainz wins, Loeb regains lead before rest day

oh well, i have said this for years now....loeb is the consumate driver, and deserves far more recognition than any series champion, including f1! his latest stage saw him hampered without full throttle, yet he was still second to sainz by a couple of secs. amazing driver. i just hope that the car can be reliable and that he scores a historic victory. it was a terrible pity that some jobsworth saw him not getting a chance to drive in f1.


January 13, 2016 7:37 AM

F1 » F1's first female driver Maria Teresa de Filippis dies

goldenoldie: Thanks Richard for your reply. Am I right that Sunny, yourself and a few others could also qualify as GO's? As from now, i will try to concentrate on restoring and rebuilding a 2.0 and a 2.4 Coupe. The make? A certain Mike Morris wrote about this Fiat. Just google it. :)
of course i am a GO. by the way, your restorations were never fiats...nor were they ferraris!


January 11, 2016 8:53 PM

F1 » Verstappen ‘expecting a second per lap’ from Ferrari engine

goldenoldie: Sorry Sunny, but with the picture looked upon even bigger than explained by you, I refer to a likely agreement where MV will shift camps next season. And if you consider the rumours of MV going to a place where the Old Man used to be in charge, you probalby agree with me that the STR now equipped with a Ferrari PU, makes sense! I am convinced that you got my assumption! :)
rumours are rumours, and cannot be believed. but you seem to imply that jv was in charge at ferrari.....when? i must have missed that.


January 12, 2016 3:21 PM
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WRC » Dakar: Loeb rolls to lose lead, Al-Attiyah wins stage

Taz: Looks like it's over for Loeb but wouldn't rule out Sainz. I remember Colin was mega quick 1st time for Nissan too and had a big lead but then a big prang. Loeb will be back and will win it, Peterhansel is a legend though and has the experience.
aye man, but colin was well known for his continual crashes, whereas seb is the epitome of smooth driving. but it is a pity. will be great to see what he can do from eighth interesting to see that carlos is being referred to as the father of f1 driver carlos jnr. and i always thought that carlos jnr was the son of that great wrc champion, carlos.

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