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Taz

June 09, 2014 2:04 PM
Last Edited 48 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: Montreal less frustrating than Monaco


Thepain: I can’t believe the blatant idiocy of people like Ty and his crew. Lewis was faster. Falling back to third, then coming back to challenge for the lead. I so wished that the race could have gone smooth. This is so childish blaming Lewis for not managing a failure of brakes and not complaining like Rosberg did. He was shouting over the radio and yes he cheated, again. Lewis was so close. You just see what you want to see and regard that as law. You make me sick.
The only sickening thing (or funny) is your attempt to twist the facts. Rosberg didn't cheat, he didn't gain an advantage as he lifted of in the 1st sector and lulu wasn't trying to overtake when he missed the apex. Still don't let the facts get in the way of a good whinge. I guess the Stewards helped nasty Rosberg cheat again, just like Whitmarsh used to sabotage his car. Seriously, you are sounding paranoid.

Taz

June 09, 2014 4:23 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.

Taz

June 09, 2014 4:18 PM

F1 » What we learned at the Canadian Grand Prix


Taipan: Nikeros, there was certainly no berating of M4X on the BBC, if Maldonado had caused that crash they'd have been calling for a ban. The double standards shown by the BBC and Sky towards certain drivers really gets on my tits.
The BBC has gone down hill rapidly in recent years. Bias in sport coverage, politics etc etc. They are just supposed to report the facts, there's usually some bias or spin in a lot of the F1 articles....cough (Benson).

Taz

June 09, 2014 12:18 PM
Last Edited 50 days ago

F1 » Vettel: I saw something white in my mirror...


Taipan: Taz, It was a perfect opportunity for a Glasgow Kiss, I'm guessing Nico didn't learn things like that with his privileged Monaco upbringing! (shame)
You only learn that living on the streets man! edit Or by looking at the wrong person at 3am on Sauchiehall Street, and I say that with experience. I was punched in the face when I was 17 just walking along to a club minding my own business, When his mates asked him why he did it his response was...."He looks like a Rangers fan". I was wearing an Guns N Roses t-shirt :p

Taz

June 09, 2014 1:19 PM

F1 » Button encouraged by McLaren progress


mrfill: No words from the Sporting Director though. You'll remember him - he's the one who led Williams to their most disastrous period and got turfed out after the worst start to a season in 2011.McLaren snapped him up and have had the worst season for years in 2013 and are looking no better in 2014. He could do with a transfer to the same broom cupboard that Whitmarsh got consigned to.
Absolutely, I have no idea why they persist with Sam Michael.

Taz

June 09, 2014 1:27 PM
Last Edited 50 days ago

F1 » Massa fumes at Perez over clash


MartinJSUK:
interesting, reading the race report from a supposed expert commentator in one paper, it seems that he wrote the report before the race even began! he stated that bianchi ran into the back of chilton! and also that massa ran into the back of perez as they crossed the finish line! ho hum! thank goodness that there are still a few here that look at all the facts before spouting off.
Was that David Coulthard? He assumed Bianchi was at fault before seeing the replay, despite Bianchi hitting the wall harder, despite hims tarting ahead, and despite him actually being in F1 on merit. I'm lucky I can afford Sky and sympathise with those stuck with the BBC's inferior sellout coverage.
DC said on TV that Chilton was at fault when he watched the replay during live commentary.


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