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sodesu

August 07, 2014 3:51 PM

F1 » Parabolica gravel trap replaced at Monza


How exactly has this ruined the track? The track itself is completely unaltered as I understand it. And no you will not get an advantage from going off track, you will lose time - but granted, it will not be an instant DNF if you overshoot it here. Pretty sure drivers will still try their best not to run wide. And if I'm not mistaken there's a patch of sand/gravel between the track and runoff too, so running over that will actually mean you risk car damage. DON'T WORRY people it's still one of the most dangerous tracks on the calendar! Hope that calms you down. So anyway, what this does mean though is that cars flipping and/or bouncing on the gravel will not happen. Boo hoo.

sodesu

August 12, 2014 7:52 AM

F1 » Who has been your F1 driver of the year so far?


Ricciardo clear number one for me. Bottas has been very good too, as have Hamilton, Alonso and Rosberg. I'm surprised to see so few votes on Rosberg actually, fan bias of course but I think he's exceeded expectations in many ways. He's leading mostly through consistency obviously and that'll seldom impress people as much as raw pace, but I have to say I'm impressed with how closely matched he's been to Hamilton on single lap pace too.

sodesu

July 30, 2014 12:37 PM

F1 » Issues ‘very difficult to swallow’ - Hamilton


Stubb: LH IS a better driver than Nico, period! Nico would ever got more points than LH without the help of Merc/Team. But ... LH still beats him in the race ha ha :) I´m sure LH would kick his ass with 4 flat tires too, ink the usual extra secs every pitt stop. Conspiracy is or isn't? For sure, they not even try to hide the facts. But the most amusing thing is that no one else outside Merc say anything either :) It's just a big circus of business made to make money for nothing to the mgmt and the "pilots" are all in on that hand for sure :) So, when a pilot once and a while forgets about the game and goes for it, then it is all natural that he hangs his head down afterwards when he has realised he has done wrong to his masters and knows he's gonna get slapped for it!
Impressive! Such a long post and yet you manage to be dead wrong on every single point.

sodesu

July 30, 2014 12:59 PM

F1 » Rosberg: ‘Intense’ Hamilton battle will continue


They've actually been very close both in terms of quali pace and race pace. I have to say to me they have been surprisingly close - I expected Hamilton to be more ahead on raw pace, especially in quali. Rosberg meanwhile has always had good racecraft and been less prone to make mistakes but Hamilton hasn't been far behind so far this season, as proven by his excellent recovery drives. Expected a bigger difference there too. All in all they've actually both exceeded my expectations, Rosberg for finding the speed to challenge Hamilton even in quali and Hamilton for composed and mature race performances. Just wish he could be composed and mature when he opens his mouth too...

sodesu

July 21, 2014 2:25 PM

F1 » I overreacted with Hamilton – Button


Cras# do not report news, they decide what their "not so hidden" agenda is then selectively spin what ever the cherry pick from the race into another Hamilton bashing story.
Please enlighten me, what exactly is their not so hidden agenda? I seriously thought this was a news site - boy, do I feel stupid now... What I can't really get my head around though is why they keep reporting on other series that have nothing to do with Lewis Hamilton, I mean they even have news about motorcycles! At first I thought it might be to hide their agenda, but then I remembered it's not actually a hidden agenda, it's a not so hidden agenda! So they're obviously not reporting on bike racing to hide it then. Anyway, this conspiracy thing really is super interesting and fascinating, please tell me more!

sodesu

July 20, 2014 8:01 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I did as good as I could


Yeah there's no denying it, as annoying as he is he was the star of the day. Credit where credit is due. Considering what a drive he had I was surprised to see him a bit sulky directly afterwards, not greeting anyone in the team but running straight off to the scale and then looking pretty miserable in general on the podium. I know he still lost a few points on Rosberg but considering where he started, he certainly had a lot to be happy about. Maybe he just needs to relax a bit and try to enjoy his racing. Stop staring at the WDC and just go out there and drive as fast as he can, one race at a time. Thought about that after his "he who keeps his head cool will win" comment actually... Nico definitely seems to be the more cool-headed of the pair. Maybe what Hamilton should be thinking is "he who goes fastest will win", drop the mind games and focus on the road ahead. Because at the end of the day, raw pace has always been his biggest strength, not tactics or race craft and certainly n


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