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JACKBEE

June 16, 2015 10:37 AM

F1 » Lauda backs calls to make F1 ‘riskier’


The call is coming loud and clear from virtually all parties....Something MUST change. frontbrake.....I'm with you, I avidly love all forms of motorsport from Moto x to WRC, Historics to Le MANS, Trials riding to BTCC saloons, and I've spectated since 1962, but just lately for the first time in my life, I haven't always bothered to watch live F1. Yet I watch every single Moto3,2 and GP live on BT, and BTCC saloons on ITV. We all have a good idea of what's needed, why the hell can't it be done?

JACKBEE

June 17, 2015 9:51 AM

F1 » Lauda backs calls to make F1 ‘riskier’


Well Sunny, surely what you display is hypocrisy. If you say that you were against most of the rule changes, but now defend the current state of F1 what does that say about you? Also, to be so completely over the top when referring to other peoples views isn't really the best way of getting your point across. As you know I have followed and usually agreed with you for quite a few years now, but I have to say that nearly all of your posts are concerned with technical detail or rules, you rarely refer to the actual racing. You are brilliant at all the behind the scenes boardroom goings on, all the 9.8 this and 9.8.1 that, and I take my hat off to you, but quite honestly it seems that you would be just as happy dissecting FIFA as F1! Us mere mortals or outright stupid c***s****s as you refer to us are just so sad to see the pinnacle of motorsport in its present state and we deserve to be heard. Sorry if I offend you but I am trying to be positive.

JACKBEE

June 17, 2015 7:48 AM
Last Edited 317 days ago

F1 » Lauda backs calls to make F1 ‘riskier’


Sunny.....come on now steady on mate, describing 3 times WDC Niki Lauda, a very brave man who came back after his horrific accident to win 2 of his championships, as an old fart and a stinking arse is quite frankly beneath you. Have a bit of respect. On the fact that the various factions put in what they thought would be good at a time when changes were being proposed. Well I am sure that at the time if they knew what the outcome would be then they would not have asked for them. At the time it probably looked good on paper, but just like you and me, we all make mistakes, many of those changes now turn out to be a mistake and at least that is being acknowledged by many of the interested parties.

JACKBEE

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!

JACKBEE

June 08, 2015 8:10 AM
Last Edited 322 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.


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