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George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 11:43 PM
Last Edited 54 days ago

F1 » Hamilton disappointed at lost Rosberg battle


breeza:
George Zaidan: Rubbish! Lewis is secretly counting his blessing. Without his team mate's mechanical failure he would never have caught and passed Rosberg.
And without LH mechanical failures Roseburg wouldn't be leading the WDC
that was then this is now, we are talking about the British GP Oh! and you have a crystal ball that says Hamilton wins every time he does not have a DNF? Not sure why everyone keeps blaming a DNF for a driver's failures, it's as if they are the only ones that have suffered from DNFs. How about the Hamilton fans start sympathizing and supporting Vettel's DNFs instead of putting down the guy every time he has one and telling us how superior HIS team mate is? Like I keep saying, it's so easy to equate SV with LH

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 10:25 PM

F1 » Hamilton disappointed at lost Rosberg battle


Understeer:
rob01: the crews are under enormous pressure to get the car out quickly. Not one team on the grid making one pit stop longer than the other on purpose.
I understand all this but how then you explain that Lewis always gets a slower stop than Nico........check all the race info.......even when Lewis won the wheel -to-wheel and was in front ........its not about emotions.....its about facts
I guess you missed the admission by Hamilton himself that he was out of position when he came in for a pit stop, thereby having the pit crew repositioned themselves to do their job. All in all I'd say he was lucky they didn't take even more time.

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 5:13 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


nickw - the 2 times Hamilton has tried to pass Rosberg, he has been unable to, both drivers are equally fast, driving equally fast cars. Neither driver can pass the other unless their cars suffers a mechanical failure. One driver portrays himself as the better driver (with the aid of his one-eyed fans), the other shows humility, is down to earth and does not go half-cocked while matching his team mate race for race, quali for quali. If I do talk down Hamilton, it's because of his fans and their illogical reasoning that Lewis is some wonder driver that can't do no wrong, and in turn Hamilton eats it all up and believes their fantasies. Everything that the Hamilton one-eyed fan boys equate with Lewis, can be said for Vettel, all you have to do is switch names. But they will accuse Vettel of everything under the sun, saying Vettel was a fluke, or didn't deserve his wins, or cheated, or, or, or. Vettel to me is a mature professional driver who takes nothing for granted, that to me is i

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 1:32 PM
Last Edited 55 days ago

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


Of course Hamilton fans are celebrating Rosberg's mechanical failure, without it they'll have nothing to celebrate. Rosberg would have taken the checkered flag, added another 7 points to his tally, Lewis would have sunk deeper into depression. We know Lewis would not have been able to pass, he hasn't been able to before when Rosberg's is ahead. There isn't a magic wand Lewis could wave to give him a faster car they are both equal and Rosberg's been able to match his speed every race or better. Without the current Mercedes, Lewis is ordinary. The eventual outcome is Rosberg or Hamilton, and we all saw that after the second race. The real winner are the Constructors in 2014 the driver is being gifted the championship.

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 2:32 AM
Last Edited 55 days ago

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


OnTheOtherHand:
George Zaidan:
Greatness: Creme always rises..... Ha ha ha ha..........
I wont say what, but there is something else that tends to rise or float to the top..... Ha ha ha ha..........
Hope Floats. Should imagine that your not too boyant today though. Now that's funny. It's Good to Talk.
You actually think I care? The funny part is, the Hamilton fans are ecstatic to get a win from a team mate that had a mechanical failure. I can understand the Nico fans need a breakdown from Lewis, but Lewis needing a breakdown from Nico? And celebrating? LOL Good to put you in perspective, have a good day now.

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 5:36 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


OnTheOtherHand:
George Zaidan: Of course Hamilton fans are celebrating Rosberg's mechanical failure, without it they'll have nothing to celebrate. ... Lewis is ordinary. The eventual outcome is Rosberg or Hamilton, and we all saw that after the second race. The real winner are the Constructors in 2014 the driver is being gifted the championship.
Well of course I have to disagree. Your shallowness has reached new depths. I believe Lewis had the pace, the ebb and flow of F1. Just admit you like talking about Lewis. That is the only conclusion I can reach. It's Good to Talk.
ask me if I care what you think. I will no longer converse with an individual that rely on abuse as a crutch. So have yourself a field day with your future replies to me.

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 5:14 PM
Last Edited 55 days ago

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


Everything ... a mature professional driver who takes nothing for granted, that to me is the difference. So what if, DR is ahead in points against his team mate? Someone that is honest with himself sees the reason why, not just because of blind hate directed towards Vettel, because they finally got their wish that Vettel would stumble. Finally, the car does have a lot to do with winning races, but it does take an exceptional driver to complete the package, but it all depends on other drivers and cars having a competitive chance to put the former through his paces. With no competition from other teams victory is rather hollow.

George Zaidan

July 07, 2014 10:34 PM

F1 » Hamilton disappointed at lost Rosberg battle


seriouschef1: Just imagine for a moment that Lewis had no part in the British Grand Prix for some reason, .....what the hell would most of you on this forum be writing about then???
we'll be wondering why he didn't take part in the race because the British tabloids and media will be filling the airwaves with their theories and innuendos. Don't you see we're only following the news? The majority of the news is all about Lewis. Remember when it was all about Vettel and he was all we all talked about? Hamilton is being portrayed as being larger than life, we're only obliging.


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