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Taz

November 13, 2014 8:40 AM

F1 » Rosberg: I’m in good shape


Mokoboke Machaba:
Taz: Rosberg needs to force lulu into a mistake, maybe drive him of the circuit like lulu usually does to him. it didn't work to well in Spa but he should do it just to see the look on Lauda's face.
Stop taking cheap drugs Bra.
Bra? fantasizing about your sister again :p

Taz

November 12, 2014 1:16 PM
Last Edited 70 days ago

F1 » Rosberg: I’m in good shape


@cleon I never said drive him off the road deliberately, I just want to see him dish out the treatment lulu has on him (when he passes him, force him of the circuit). Lauda won't let it happen of course. Never ceases to amaze me how his fanboys can twist the facts.

Taz

November 12, 2014 2:14 PM

F1 » F1: Button would relish Alonso battle


Taipan: Button has driven really well this year and clearly still has a lot to offer F1, it would be a loss to F1 if McLaren lets him go but with Ron logic has little to do with his driver decisions it's all about who his favourite person is at a given time. I'm not alone in thinking Cleon is RGT am I? :rolleyes:
No, your not!

Taz

November 13, 2014 2:48 PM

F1 » McLaren-Honda F1 car to run on Friday


Taipan: On a slightly more serious note, If one of the classic McLaren's is the MP4/5 the comparisons are quite interesting or should that be worrying? The MP4/5 3.5l V10 is now 25 years old, Prost's fastest lap at Monza that year averaged 236.985 kmph the fastest lap this year averaged 236.976kmph, yes this year was fractionally slower than 25 years ago. All that money and technology invested over 25 years so that we can go a little bit slower.
Seriously? That's progress for you :rolleyes: Considering how flimsy the cars were back then, even more kudos to the drivers doing it back then.

Taz

November 13, 2014 1:38 PM

F1 » McLaren-Honda F1 car to run on Friday


I hope someone can break Merc's strangle hold on F1 but Honda seem to be in the group of wanting a relaxation of the development freeze, might just be common sence to adopt that approach but perhaps it means they've made the same mistakes as Renault and Ferrari. I hope not. F1 is on a shaky peg and doesn't need another season like this one.


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