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George Zaidan

June 22, 2015 6:46 AM
Last Edited 10 days ago

F1 » Rosberg claws back as penalty neuters Hamilton challenge


107SS2009:
George Zaidan: Kimi is not going anywhere Ferrari will keep him, those that want him gone has visions of their has been wonder boys taking his seat... Ain't gonna happen, at least not until 2017.
George, I don’t fall in that category of pushing for my favoured driver for a seat at FERRARI (Kimi’s seat), but in my opinion Kimi is finished at FERRARI, try follow/trace carefully what the Marlboro man had to say about both the Canada “spin” and this new one.
Sunny, I know what Kimi has said and I know what Ferrari has said or really not said. If Kimi isn't having issues with his car they should come out and say so. What should we say about Ferrari costing Vettel 2 podium finishes in the last 2 races because of pure clusterf*#king his pit stops?

George Zaidan

June 23, 2015 7:13 AM

F1 » Rosberg claws back as penalty neuters Hamilton challenge


107SS2009: George, it looks like when it rains over here (CRASHNET) it pours. Again I do not agree with your assessment, I am sure that if Kimi is not at FERRARI next year (finishes at FERRARI) it will not be his decision but that of FERRARI, because I don’t believe there is one single fool on the present F1 grid to refute a US$26M for a season’s racing at FERRARI unless he had a much better offer.
Sunny, of course I agree that no one will refuse a US$26M offer from Ferrari (except maybe Hamilton) but I will respectfully agree to disagree on the other points and time will tell. Remember Kimi is 4th in the current standings even with the problems he's had, with Williams proving they're no slouch either from their showing in the last race. Take care buddy.

George Zaidan

June 24, 2015 12:00 PM

F1 » Alonso: I lost motivation at Ferrari


looks like Alonso is going to continue trying to justify his bad decision to leave Ferrari for the rest of his career. You may have lost interest but didn't Ferrari said your input in developing the car was nothing to write home about? I guess driving like an amateur is more your style. Richard, I don't see any reason why he couldn't welcome Vettel as a team mate in Ferrari, his problem is that he is prone to make bad decisions with some serious bad timing. It all started when left Renault with 2 WDC to team up with a company that shafted him... etc.

George Zaidan

June 22, 2015 8:44 AM

F1 » Rosberg claws back as penalty neuters Hamilton challenge


no problem sunny I do respect your opinion it's just that Ferrari is really not being 100% honest they also said they don't really know what happened about Kimi's spin and has to rely on Kimi's assessment of what he said happened. Something is happening to his car, it might or might not be the way he drives it or it might be his setup, either way the fault cannot be his entirely IMO I believe he is a professional enough to know how to drive an F1 car.

George Zaidan

June 22, 2015 10:59 AM

F1 » Rosberg claws back as penalty neuters Hamilton challenge


richard:
George Zaidan: Sunny, I know what Kimi has said and I know what Ferrari has said or really not said. If Kimi isn't having issues with his car they should come out and say so. What should we say about Ferrari costing Vettel 2 podium finishes in the last 2 races because of pure clusterf*#king his pit stops?
one nice thing about the mess up.........was the fact that when seb was told the finishing order, he did not rant and rave about the loss of a place, and he just thanked his team and told them not to worry as "these things happen". some othe drivers could learn from him.
It all comes down to respect and one's temperament just as the gesture he made at the Red Bull trailer. Vettel is a class act.

George Zaidan

June 26, 2015 5:11 PM
Last Edited 10 days ago

F1 » Todt vows to bring engine costs down


Cutting costs is not the answer Jean, we've seen practice days reduced or eliminated to cut costs, we've seen refueling eliminated during race to cut costs, number of engines allocated were reduced to cut costs, v6's were introduced to cut costs, amount of fuel per race is reduced and monitored to cut costs, all kinds of testing has been reduced or not allowed to cut costs. I believe cutting costs to help teams that have no business in the F1 just to keep up is hurting the F1... Not to mention all the other stupid rules you people come up with. Spending by teams will naturally even itself out in the long run. What the F1 needs, as I mentioned before is a set of specifications and requirements for all aspect of the car with no time constraints or cost to attain the best a team can offer or create. Let the wannabe's fall on the wayside if that's what it takes to give the sport the best.


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