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December 11, 2014 9:46 PM
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F1 » F1: Alonso returns to McLaren to emulate Senna

@Fullofit @I'm so sick of this "I wanna be like Senna" line from every second driver. Nobody can ever be like Senna. Impossible because one needs to have a large heart to fill so many things into it. E.g., concentration, compassion etc @Yes, Ayrton was fast, but he definitely wasn't the complete package like other drivers before and after him have been. This is actually hilarious. Complete package meaning? I won't speak about other drivers before him (not seen them racing so I'm ill qualified), but who were those after him? Mikka? Schumi? Vettel? Oh god, please don't tell me that it's Lewis?! :)


December 08, 2014 9:57 AM

F1 » Hamilton: I don’t want it easy

@hunterman I gave credit to LH for winning the 2014 title only because of the most no. of wins. However, what annoys me is his periodic whining, moaning, spouting and playing games using media. Of course, he is British so many British media outlets spice it up. Nothing wrong with that. But the point is, LH doesn't realize how annoying his blitz is to many non-British F1 fans. Now don't label me as a LH hater or any other crap. It's just the fact that I had enough of this.


December 01, 2014 5:55 AM

F1 » F1: Rosberg tension has gone – Hamilton

Rosberg tension has gone? I don't believe it. LH is back to playing media games. Never mind. On the contrary, it will be even more in the next year. I guess NR would push it to extremes to win the 2015 championship minus any deliberate contacts etc. I don't believe Spa was a deliberate incident. I didn't find it odd with the British media which painted NR a villain, LH a saint! Huh? Some of the so-called experts turned into biased nutcases! Let's all racing fans hope that Alonso and Vettel step up their game to make it more exciting and fun.


December 01, 2014 6:26 AM

F1 » F1: Rosberg vows to be 'on the offensive'

Richard, 107S et al, Is there as any hard or recorded evidence on how: a) Red Bull prevented others to do catch up act? b) Red Bull committed serious violations under various disguises to win those four titles? I remember reading a few, but didn't bookmark those articles... Anyway, it was widely discussed about a new role played by Red Bull to eliminate small teams from the F1. Is it true that Horner really said this disrespectful remark: 'Small outfits should not come with bananas to a gun fight.' Then I wondered, wasn't RBR a small outfit in its early years? I'm sure Coulthard knows about it pretty well.

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