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November 02, 2015 5:38 PM

F1 » Error-strewn day consigns Vettel to first DNF of 2015

107SS2009: I know that Vettel gracefully admitted to “his blame” but I also know for sure how good he is at diplomacy. Just my personal opinion here, it is hard for me to believe that his two repeated off-tracks were his fault, to me the possible explanation for Vettel’s track excursions looks more like the possibility of the FERRARI PU suspicious “spike in torque blips”, they seem to have been suffering from it all weekend.
Yeah if torque blips come from your right foot. He was mad and out drove the car. Simply said he had a rookie day.


October 30, 2015 11:55 AM

F1 » Raikkonen intends to remain in F1 beyond 2016

rob01: He is very lucky that Ferrari decided to keep him this year. He should have been fired with the way he has driven.
Everybody on this site knows I'm not a big fan of his. His "cool" I don't care attitude has never impressed me and I still believe he's only in F1 for the money. Ferrari made a big mistake resigning him!
Arrivabene kept him to make Vettel happy in my opinion. Vettel admits he was very fragile after last years butt kicking so a weaker team mate was the best option. they said team chemistry was the reason.


October 27, 2015 12:11 PM

F1 » What we learned at the US Grand Prix

richard: what we learned is that poor rob got wet ! welcome back rob. hope that you got to meet my grandson. he was looking out for you !
Wet is putting it mildly. I did get to meet a few of the drivers and Vettel was one of them. I must say he is a wonderful personality. His fan interaction was second to none and his support at the race was actually huge. It may be that he moved to Ferrari but there were a ton of Vettel supporters.


October 28, 2015 9:56 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Nothing to prove, nothing to lose...

Stuey99: Because it would be impossible to Google these things...
It may surprise you boy but there is information that's not on google, you've already been invited to Abu Dhabi for a pissing competition which I'm sure you'll avoid so how would you like to come up to Glasgow for a punch in the teeth competition?
I want to visit but only for a Pub crawl.


October 26, 2015 9:04 PM

F1 » What we learned at the US Grand Prix

nealio: We we saw at COTA was the continuing inability of the FIA stewards to enforce their own rules concerning racecraft, i.e. a racer must leave a car's width of room from the edge of the track when a competitor's wing is level or further forward of that racer's rear wheels, another pathetic manipulation of the sport. As Bernie should know, a two-tier engine system defines the losers before competition even begins.
There is no such rule for the opening lap.

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