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George Zaidan

October 07, 2014 4:28 PM

F1 » F1: 'Now it's up to Maranello'


hmmmm so Kimi wants to stay on at Ferrari then, after hinting not so long ago he wants out... sounds like Kimi is very savvy when it comes to getting Ferrari to pay up to buy him out. From the day Kimi came back to F1 (check my posts) I knew he was in only for the money and to get back his millions he lost in going to the Rally. Well done Kimi I am impressed.

George Zaidan

October 07, 2014 5:11 PM

F1 » F1: 'Now it's up to Maranello'


George Zaidan May 06, 2014 8:40 PM www.crash.net/f1/comments/204085/1/a/0/ferrari-raikkonen-will-come-good.html If Ferrari hasn't seen it by now they never will, Kimi races for fun and money, fun is lacking at the moment but the money is good. Ferrari will probably pay him again to leave and try to get Vettel. Vettel is probably not a happy camper at the moment.

George Zaidan

October 06, 2014 3:25 PM

F1 » Vettel: Podium return doesn’t really matter


107SS2009:
George Zaidan: that's two podiums in a row, could have been many more w/o all his DNF's not to mention the wins his team screwed him out of from their ill-conceived strategies. Oh and then there was that poster that called Vettel's previous podium finish a one-off, well he'll have to call this a two-off (and counting).
"Not to mention the wins his team screwed him out of from their ill-conceived strategies" In a post the other day I explained that Vettel had a clause in his contract that said team will not give him "team orders" and that RB had to resort to strategy as against team orders on radio to reach their goals.
Sunny I do believe that was the case. why? who knows, may have been something that happened very early in the season.

George Zaidan

October 06, 2014 3:23 PM
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F1 » Vettel: Podium return doesn’t really matter


rob01: Sunny, maybe they knew he was a snake in the grass. He was speaking with a forked tongue for many many months while he worked with Ferrari. After all he openly admits he takes care of his own contracts.
Everyone looks out for themselves rob01, if Vettel did have a clause in his contract to jump ship it was his prerogative to do so and the team did NOT have the right to undermine his races by any underhanded means whatsoever which you seem to imply. Frankly RBR gained more from Vettel than Vettel gained, monetary wise but you never saw Vettel complained. He understood where he came from, where he is at, where he is going. He analyzes all his options on the track and off.

George Zaidan

October 06, 2014 4:03 AM

F1 » Vettel: Podium return doesn’t really matter


ProfessorX:
George Zaidan: that's two podiums in a row, could have been many more w/o all his DNF's not to mention the wins his team screwed him out of from their ill-conceived strategies. Oh and then there was that poster that called Vettel's previous podium finish a one-off, well he'll have to call this a two-off (and counting).
would be nice to see Vettel become more competitive and even take second place a few times :) Mercedes should have picked him up with Lewis and had a one heck of a team to talk about.
I do agree, the problem is that good drivers rarely have equally competitive cars to really compete. I will admit also that the last two races shows how superior Hamilton is over Rosberg, what I can't understand is why Hamilton's car is so much faster, Rosberg is fast and does push his car as shown by his quali.


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