Crash.Net User: Bruce Joelson

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Bruce Joelson

July 05, 2013 9:12 AM

F1 » Drivers ready to boycott German GP

This episode is going to hurt Pirelli big time. They must be the most stupid tyre company in the World. They are off my list of preferred tyre companies right now. For them to adhere to F1 instructions to make 'bad' tyres just to create a spectator spectacle as well up the numbers for TV viewership, is the dumbest thing ever. Eccelstone should be taken to task as such instructions came from him when Pirelli was given the supplier contract. Disgusting I would be good for the Drivers to demonstrate, once more and to show that they are real people and cannot be used as 'pawns'. Do the F1 moguls think that they are playing a game of 'Roller Ball' and the drivers can 'hearded' like sheep ?? Bloody hell !!!!!!!!

Bruce Joelson

June 15, 2011 7:05 AM

F1 » Schumacher just misses out on podium

So DRS can only be used for overtaking....what a crappy idea!If I am right, I have seen numerous cars utilising the DRS (in the deignated areas)at any time,not only for just overtaking. What about the use in qualifying? I wonder how all the drivers and manufacturers/entrants agreed to this clear method of 'unleveling the playing field' when overtaking??

Bruce Joelson

May 15, 2011 11:42 PM

MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa: I don’t deserve this

Pedrosa must look very carfully at the video taken from the does not lie...he slowed up and went almost vertical thus changing his line(moving towards the outside). He caused the contact, not Simoncelli! Had Pedrosa kept his original contact but Simoncelli would have still passed him. OR...was Pedrosa going in too fast and realising this,he made that sudden movement?? It's possible. Bad luck for his injury...I wish him a quick recovery but he brought the accident on himself.

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