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October 17, 2015 6:28 AM
Last Edited 39 days ago

F1 » Kaltenborn: Ecclestone understands EU complaint

RoyO: Eh? Fattie Kaltenborn's a lawyer? And they signed these contracts without knowing (or understanding?) the implications? Which they only became aware of via the media? Whatever happened to "due diligence"? Coming after the contracts fiasco one wonders where her law qualification was issued.
With such loose talk, people will take you either as a fool or a racist d'bag! As I said earlier, mistakes happen. Well, I don't have the habit of spinning webs but I can list out 100 mistakes right now made by Top Twenty UK companies! :) My view: I believe most people who support Bernie is because of his nationality or for his showmanship nature. I don't really care for any of that. I reckon one doesn't need to be cunning to build a Billion dollar company or enterprise. I've seen a good number of businessmen like that who scaled huge mountains, if not most. edit: I think only one nation who gave two cents to Bernie is India by denying any tax favors to Bernie.


October 17, 2015 6:15 AM
Last Edited 39 days ago

F1 » Kaltenborn: Ecclestone understands EU complaint

Taz: The same trained lawyer who give two driver contracts for one race seat :p
You must be joking, isn't it? I'm aware of *numerous* lawyers from Harvard, Yale etc making mistakes. It's not a big deal, especially with that unwarranted contract controversy.
Taz: Has to keep the show on the road somehow until he can get it flogged. I wouldn't feel to bad for Bernie, considering his pockets are bulging due to the exorbitant race fee's he charges. His bailouts are pocket change.
Right. The FBI can crack the whip on Bernie. Look at those FIFA bosses... edit: perhaps, why not Vladimir Putin?


July 15, 2015 8:19 AM
Last Edited 70 days ago

F1 » Pirelli willing but cautious on tyre freedom proposals

I don't give a damn for greater freedom or not. I'd love to see more tyre manufacturers in the F1 when there are multiple engine makers. Plus, every F1 or MotoGP weekend shouldn't be only about tyres, tyres and tyres! Lastly, I reckon Michelin should have planned to join the 2016 season instead of waiting for another extra year. edit: should also overhaul this website. It's quite annoying, especially flash based content. Please start working on 2016 website with better architecture goal, and to eliminate nasty routing ads (the gullible who don't use adblock or whatever).


July 26, 2015 8:26 PM

MotoGP » Stoner, Honda talk Suzuka accident

I met with a few accidents too, hence I understand we fans shouldn't make fun at others misfortunes. My best wishes to Casey Stoner and his family, also wish him speedy recovery too. I don't want to stir anything up, but Stoner made fun of Rossi when the latter accidentally crashed. There was some lose talk from him in form of a rubbish quote. Karma is a bitch, isn't it?


July 15, 2015 8:08 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It’s like tennis…

'If a tennis player doesn't like a surface and suddenly he has to play three of four tournaments on it for sure he cannot perform at the same level' Suddenly? That too three or four tournaments? Seriously, which player play in that manner? Clearly, Lorenzo's analogy is flawed. Also the amount of work and energy spent differs, of course there is static vs dynamic factor too. Yet, MotoGP rocks unlike Tennis. :)


July 09, 2015 9:47 PM

F1 » Mercedes may relent on engine development for good of F1

Why should a company wait for its rivals to catch up? Why would anyone do that? Please don't say in the interest of the sport. Why? Did RBR wait for others catch up during its 4 years of domination? Hence it's absolute nonsense and b$. The F1 lacks management in the first place. I reckon Bernie should be thrown out ASAP. Perhaps the FBI should open an investigation on his deals just like they did with FIFA.

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