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December 16, 2015 7:49 AM

F1 » Ferrari prepared to quit F1 over mandate move

I firmly believe that the reasons Ferrari are raising this is that, yes, of course they are a commercial organisation and they need to make money to go racing. But, I also believe that Ferrari have far more "racing" in their DNA than Mercedes or Red Bull, and I am sure that the degeneration of F1 concerns Ferrari and that they are getting sick of it. Why?....Because at the end of the day Ferrari are racers and fans, and like the rest of the fans they want a return to "racing". F1 is dying, even Richard's posts have changed and is coming round to the view that was obvious to me after just 6 months into the new formula.


December 22, 2015 7:25 AM
Last Edited 47 days ago

F1 » Channel 4 to televise F1 as BBC cancels contract

janheim, It's easy to watch F1 live, just google F1live at the start of the programme, and 3or4 feeds come up. Do I care that SKY don't get my money? Frankly no. Oh, and WNYK personally I don't care who owns SKY, and in fact I don't even think that "the dirty digger" the current owner is a crook. What I do think would be good though is if some bug*er took over crash and stopped the excessive irritating (and noisy!) ads on here!!


November 15, 2015 8:18 AM

F1 » Give Lewis Hamilton a break, urges Wolff

Worse than all this is the recent absurd, ridiculous wrestling debacle in the ring in Mexico. Cringe making, classless and awkward....still I suppose Lew is in good company as I see Wayne Rooney just did a similar thing at a wrestling match! Whilst the former greats did outrageous things, Mike Hawthorn, Peter Collins, Graham Hill, James Hunt, Gerhard Berger etc etc at least they did it with a bit of class.

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