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katee

June 25, 2011 8:05 PM
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WRC » Greek tragedy


boostaholic: You apparently know something nobody else knows, do share please. And yes, Ogier has made a total idiot of himself, don't really know why he just didn't say he slowed down on purpose - everybody does it anyway so it would be nothing special. But I wonder why do you call him "sneaky" because of it, it's not like Ford drivers are not slowing down for better road positions.. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Repeated inapropriate remark removed.

katee

March 09, 2011 5:02 PM

WRC » Petter pleased with fourth after troubled weekend


Dafydd - I agree with you and wish him all the best too. I also think he can beat them and also that he was able to beat them also last year but I just don't understand why he just didn't say that he was unlucky, had technical problems, wasn't consistent or fast enough when he didn't manage to win. There is nothing wrong with admitting that, nothing to be ashamed of. His "it is all because of non-factory car" attitude got old at the end. Either he knows he can really beat them or either he knows it is not possible to beat the factory cars. He cannot have it both ways. I do hope he will win this year. I have a feeling he just need to prove himself he can win more than he need/want to prove it to his fans or rally fans in general. Sorry for possible mistakes, English is not my first language.

katee

March 09, 2011 1:53 PM

WRC » Petter pleased with fourth after troubled weekend


Yes, he has been unlucky for how many years is it now? 5? Yawn. At least he can't be moaning about Loeb and others having so much better cars etc. On the other hand, I wonder what will his excuse be this year in case he won't win. Don't get me wrong, I like Petter and I wish him that victory and possible fight for a title, he deserves it. But I am still fed up of his last year's "I am fast, I can win and beat the factory guys..." opinion before the race and "factory cars are so much better, it's impossible to beat them for a driver in a private team" after.

katee

January 08, 2011 5:33 PM

WRC » Raikkonen not 'considering career', says manager


john: Comments like this always make me laugh. Firstly, I really really doubt he is reading it there. (In case he is - hi, Kimi.) Secondly, who are you to tell him where he should be competing? I think he is old enough to make his own decisions and he doesn't need his overly clever fans to decide instead of him. Btw, I am tired of reading the articles about Kimi and the fact he still doesn't have a seat for this season. Yeah, we all know that, we don't need to be reminded of this fact every week.

katee

December 28, 2010 2:09 AM

WRC » YOUR VOTES REVEALED: WRC class of 2010 (Pt.2)


Petter Solberg winning due his looks? Good one. I am a female rally fan and there many drivers which looks far better than Petter IMO. Both Sebs for example. (If you want to look at the good example of fangirls voting look at at certain Finnish F1 champ who loves to end up in a ditch.) Anyway for me the driver of the year is Petter too. Yes, Loeb was unbeatable as usual and he deserves a lot of credit for it but Petter was the one who was entertaining us for the whole season and what he achieved as a privateer is just stunning. (And it would be even better if he did not spend so much time moaning about Loeb and his car.)

katee

October 05, 2010 6:50 PM

WRC » POLL: Is Loeb the WRC’s greatest ever driver?


runnah: But that poll isn't about the nicest driver or about a driver who is the best to watch. Gigi Galli for example is nice, funny, charismatic person and he is certainly entertaining to watch. But does it make him the greatest (or greater driver than Loeb)? I think we all know the answer. :) Also him being too precise - isn't it what makes him the best? Yes, too much sideways is much more fun to watch but it also means being slower.


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