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June 10, 2015 7:29 AM

F1 » Hamilton 'always felt in control' of 'historic' victory

classact1: When someone on here (another thread) praises Lewis for..."A masterclass in fuel saving". While fending off a charging Nico. So jackbee if you are going to manipulate what people say for your own ends it makes your point less credible. And if you cant understand/appreciate management skills when needed in F1 then I suggest try watching Indy or Moto GP and leave this great sport for F1 purists .
Classy....when I first read this I was annoyed, then I realised you were just being ironic. Nice one mate!


June 08, 2015 8:10 AM
Last Edited 25 days ago

F1 » Hamilton 'always felt in control' of 'historic' victory

When someone on here (another thread) praises Lewis for..."A masterclass in fuel saving". When a TV presenter says "The biggest highlight was a groundhog running across the track" When Christian Horner says being interviewed "Livened the race up for me, there wasn't much else going on" All of these on a track that usually produces good races. Then I feel that F1 is finished in the current format. F1 should be the pinnacle of motorsport and right now it is just a sad shadow of its former self.


May 25, 2015 9:01 PM
Last Edited 40 days ago

F1 » What we learned at the Monaco Grand Prix

What did we learn? Well I watched Mansell's 1991 quali lap from the cockpit in the Williams Renault on Y**tube and I learnt that: with a driver with big balls, minimal car electronics, with plenty of noise and thunder it was a bloody site more like motor racing should be. Whoops sorry, I meant not Y**tube


May 24, 2015 6:36 PM

F1 » Rosberg wins Monaco GP after Hamilton pit blunder

richard: contd. special mention to kvyat and verstappen who drove great races. and it was nice to see rbr asking kvyat to let his number 2 past to see if he could catch lulu, but then when he couldnt catch lulu, rbr handed the place deservingly back to kvyat. nice gesture.
Richard....just replying to your double post. I totally agree with regarding Lewis attitude during Monacos anthem and subsequently at the start of the German anthem. Yes, can't help feeling sorry for the lad for the lost win, but he has to get some respect, and yet everyone has been saying lately that he has mellowed and matured. Hmmm...


May 18, 2015 7:19 AM

F1 » Stevens out to pick up the pieces in Monaco

Vimto.....I'm with you on that one mate, unfortunately a few of the people on here follow Bernie's party line, and for some reason have an almost pathological desire to see small teams forced out. I believe small teams are valuable in a number of ways, they can act as source of new talent, they exhibit a true bulldog spirit, go racing because they enjoy it and without them big factory teams run the risk of coming last, and they wont do that many times before they head for the door.

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