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Jim Clausen

July 26, 2014 8:37 PM
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F1 » Rosberg capitalises on more Hamilton woes


I doubt any Mercedes team mechanic would deliberately sabotage Hamilton's or Rosberg's car. I would think a position as a mechanic on the Mercedes F1 team is a highly coveted position. One that is very exciting and pays better than what a mechanic could earn outside of F1. Conspiracy theories abound. Did you know it was actually Elvis who shot President Kennedy from the grassy knoll in Dallas? He wanted Jack out of the way so he could have Jackie, as they were secret lovers. Now, you know the real story.

Jim Clausen

July 26, 2014 6:33 PM

F1 » Rosberg capitalises on more Hamilton woes


R6Ryder: I'm really trying to enjoy this season in F1. This kind of **** is making it very difficult to enjoy the title fight. I wander if all the hamilton haters will discredit Nico and say it was "gifted" since I'm 110% sure that if the roles were reversed everyone would say Lewis only won by default.
You do realize the winner of Abu Dhabi scores 50 points? There is a distinct possibility Rosberg could lead by 49 points going into the last race and a DNF could leave him out of the WDC by 1 point if the second highest points driver wins. Would you then say the Championship winner is gifted?

Jim Clausen

July 26, 2014 4:35 PM

F1 » Mercedes fire knocks Hamilton out of Q1


With the F1 is boring comments, Moto GP is boring comments and Hamilton conspiracy comments, this site is definitely degrading. There seems to be a lack of maturity coming from a sizable portion of those making comments. Possibly, passing racing history and logic tests should be a prerequisite to making a comment. Mercedes have 16 million reasons to see Hamilton succeed.


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