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July 28, 2015 1:45 PM

F1 » Wolff: Everybody responsible for performance

I was gobsmacked at Nico's decision, he went in under a safety car with i think about 26 laps to go, the tyres last around 25 laps. He couldn't have known how long the safety car would be out there but given his position in the title race you'd have thought he'd of gambled. Had he of done it is unlikely there would have been contact with Ricciardo as the lap times would have been quicker and they wouldn't of been so close. Even if the gamble hadn't of paid off (which we know it would after seeing how long the safety car was out) he'd have gotten props for at least trying to use the most aggressive strategy. He could of won that race but instead he hasn't made up any points at all when Lewis...even by his own admission was having a nightmare that was all of his own doing


July 28, 2015 1:47 PM

F1 » Wolff: Everybody responsible for performance

Lewis4Jen: I have to agree with Toto on this one. Lewis was reckless and what makes it even worse is he was the fastest out of the two driver's all weekend and even when Lewis was down to ninth and started to pick up some speed he was matching Vettel's pace where Nico never did . Only thing I blame Nico's for was the call to stay on the primes , as someone said he was watching what Lewis was doing . As for Lewis his Hungary exploits reminded me of Lewis of 2011 and what is even more ominous is that he was having distractions in the way of a high profile partner at the time and it seems his erratic driving on Sunday seems to coincide with the arrival of another high profile partner. Mercedes needs to remind him of who he is representing and how much they are paying him for his services.
I'd be distracted if i was seeing Rihanna. Say what you like about him but by God he's got a fine choice in women lol


July 28, 2015 1:55 PM

F1 » Maldonado’s unwanted hat-trick scuppers scoring opportunity

Dunno if anyone saw the Lotus Twitter feed but i found it pretty hilarious, last tweet was something along the lines of "pastor gets another drive through for being late with his homework" Thing is, if they aren't pulling him up about it then what chance has he got to change. The team should be nailing him for this and then maybe he'd sit up and listen...unless their paymasters don't allow that in his contract lol


June 29, 2015 3:39 PM

FE » Formula E title will open career again, says Piquet Jr

Simon Cartledge: I had the displeasure of watching 10-15 minutes of this farce the other day. Genuinely the worst racing I've ever seen in my life. Driving round a circuit that wasn't actually wide enough for 2 cars to go side by side. Absolute joke.
Totally agree with you on this. It really was awful viewing and the coverage, well to call it poor is an understatement. I watched 15 laps of one race and then turned it over and i will watch pretty much any form of motorsport. I wanted to enjoy it i really did but it's not for me right now, especially with crappy street circuits like the one they had set up in Battersea Park


July 09, 2015 1:25 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘very happy’ to see race weekend changes

Tesla: He would like to be consulted too? What about Vettel, Alonso, Button et al? Aren't they F1 champions? Seriously? This guy thinks so high of himself. What an unbelievable person. I reckon he should learn to be more humble.
You didn't read the article, he does say we in terms of other drivers, don't just rely on the misleading headline to deliver your opinion and you won't go far wrong on here lol :)

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