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November 24, 2014 10:15 PM

F1 » Hamilton the best on the F1 grid – Rosberg

@The best car-driver combination won I think so too, hence I don't believe LH is the best driver on the grid. Yes, he won 11 races and suffered bad luck. It's not at all easy to do and I fully agree on this perspective. But had Alonso and Vettel got almost similar cars as LH or NR, Mercedes duo don't stand a chance to win WCs. Now don't misconstrue me as a hater etc.


November 24, 2014 5:52 AM
Last Edited 313 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: This title means more than 2008

I don't believe what LH said because of his experience with how to play with media. Many times he whined, complained and insulted his team mate, went on to say they aren't friend. I comprehend that team mates aren't friends, but he used it as a card in the media to generate more drama. Anyway, congratulations to him for winning the title only because of 11 wins. I wish Nico wins the WC in the next year, which is a long overdue considering his involvement with Mercedes team since the day of its founding. My main concern isn't LH or Vettel going to Ferrari. What will happen to Alonso? His 3rd WC is a long overdue, and he is the best F1 driver on the grid without a competitive car.


November 24, 2014 9:55 PM

F1 » Lauda: Rosberg will fight back

@Lauda believes that there will be no problems next year, with Rosberg's post-race congratulation of Hamilton underlining the positive side of their relationship. Lauda inferred that LH would be 2015 WC go getter compared to NR, the latter needs to do catch up with the former! This clearly showed bias towards a driver. I hope Lauda will take a few steps back in the new season, especially when speaking to media etc. I hope Alonso and Vettel join the WC fight too else it would the same old season minus a double point finale, which was a dud anyway!


November 24, 2014 6:03 AM

F1 » Wolff: F1 title climax ‘bittersweet’

Mark, go bury your head in the sand! Toto Wolff said it was a bittersweet but I'd call it as bloody stupid for ruining a spectacular race and perhaps one to one fight so that mechanical deprived the racing community a great finale, hence that incredible failure is unacceptable. There must be some action taken for such repeated racing offenses!


October 03, 2014 10:03 AM

F1 » RELIVE: The dramatic 1989 Senna-Prost showdown!

'remembered for the famous clash between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost' Not really. I do remember that race very well because a) how Senna was handed DSQ in an unfair manner b) FIA politics behind the scenes, especially one scoundrel c) that black FIA decision cost Senna his 2nd WDC title d) eventually, that incident has led to 1990 Suzuka incident. I'll lay 25% blame on Senna and 75% on FIA and Prost. I don't believe we'll ever see a great legend like Senna. The current generation drivers look like tender babies when one compares their behavior today dealing with the authority or team managements. (I'm not advocating to be a rebel or whatever).


October 14, 2014 9:08 PM

F1 » Alonso doesn’t expect to sit out 2015 F1 season

@This is Alonso posturing so he doesn't look the bad guy, though he has been playing these games with Ferrari for the past couple of years and they are fed up with his antics Now, Alonso has become a bad guy? What you guys are drinking like? Ferrari fed up with his antics or vice versa? FA is the best driver out there, but Ferrari didn't deliver him title winning cars unlike Red Bull or Mercedes. Do you regularly watch football or F1?


September 27, 2014 12:02 AM

F1 » Red Bull's Marko compares Verstappen to Senna

Red Bull's Marko compares Verstappen to Senna? Really? I stopped it right there. I think Mr. Marko has lost his mind. Anyone remembers how Senna entered UK, and waged a long battle to reach up to the F1 world? IMO, he isn't Senna. He simply can't be. I don't think any racing driver can be like him in terms of overall person which includes his legendary racing career.


September 16, 2014 7:58 AM
Last Edited 383 days ago

F1 » Wolff: F1 radio ban ‘controversial’

FIA is full of b$ politics - Senna proved it many times. Radio ban is not a right decision from some perspectives. That activity could be put for limited use such as emergency messages or having a message quota for each and entire weekend. Perhaps 10 or so. @Under normal circumstances, Nico would be fired and sued What, for a racing incident? I couldn't believe Mercedes made Nico to apologize to Lewis. I think the team is trying hard to appease everyone, which isn't possible. Also, the media role in all this can't be overlooked. Example, Sky sports folks are adding fuel to speculation, controversies, and one lame commentator defends Nico booing shamelessly on the live event. Yellow, biased, propaganda or agenda-driven media role is a growing menace in many nations.

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