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June 09, 2014 4:27 PM

F1 » Ricciardo: First victory ‘surreal’

korina.lakis: When he was promoted to RBR I thought that Vettel would enjoy the easiness of the smiling boy. Well, Daniel seems more like an Italian Stallion compared to the Lazy-Looser Australian that hold previously the steering wheel of the second car of RBR. It will be thrilling to watch the F1 when RBR brings a competitive car to Mercedes.
Webber is superfit despite a nasty leg break. To call him a lazy looser is laughable. Was his overtake on his pal Fernando at Eau Rouge the work of a lazy looser? He was outclassed by Vettel in 2013 but ran him very close before, he was neither lazy or a looser and he won a decent number of GP's.
Absolutely agree....why is it with some on here that when someone else does well they feel the need to denigrate someone else in their place? Let's just celebrate Daniel's first win and enjoy that without the negatives :)


June 09, 2014 4:23 PM

F1 » Ricciardo: First victory ‘surreal’

Well done to you Sir! Prior to the race i was hoping for the Williams podium but i am more than happy to see this lovely bloke on the top step. F1 needs more people like him and it was really nice to see Seb congratulate him and look like he meant it. I have changed my profile pic on FB to one with a pic of me and him at MotoGP.....and yes, he's a bloody nice bloke in real life too. I also said i hoped it would be a good race, i think everyone watching got some excitement out of it :)


June 06, 2014 1:16 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg relationship never better

Taz: He had a go at his upbringing then accused him of cheating and the FIA and marshals of covering it up.....yeah, I'm sure they are best mates. Him and Sutil are still mates...oh hang on....
Agree his response at the time was awful, truly awful but honestly, can we stop with the Sutil thing? It weakens the rest of your argument....the guy glassed someone ffs and is lucky to even still be in the paddock and if i or you had of done the same we'd have done time for Aggravated Assault. I wouldn't have defended him in that situation, nor would you have so why on earth should anyone else? Lewis included


June 03, 2014 7:11 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller ‘pissed off’ by Penalty Points

The article quotes him taking full responsibility for his actions and he is pi$$ed off because of race direction. He's young and very talented and it does make a change to see a feisty one in the paddock. The difference between him and Casey is that he also likes a joke around too. I think he is going to do well but has to be careful not to cross the line too often or he will get grief for it. Can't help it, i like him :)

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