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July 06, 2015 7:50 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix?

richard: we learnt that rob still dislikes vettel, red bull, ferrari, alonso ......etc we also learnt that rob does not understand the difference between qualy and a race.
No but we understand who the Fingers number 1 fan is. I was just pointing out how Ferrari went backwards. Just as they DID in the race. Both red machines went backwards. Only the rain saved a very embarrassing day. I was not picking on the Finger but he was out qualified by Kimi and beat at the start by kimi. That was race day so you can understand the difference.


July 07, 2015 6:11 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix?

George let me make it clear so you understand. I am only saying what Vettel, Arrivabene and the team stated. We got lucky and need to understand what happened to our pace. Not to mention their normal rocket starts. A wounded Red Bull was only hundredths off of a Ferrari in qualfying and had the race pace to challenge them. Mine is a topic for conversation not an attack on Ferrari. Can you tell me what happened? For the record I am fine with Ferrari and hope they improve and catch Merc.


July 07, 2015 1:04 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix?

George Zaidan:
rob01: We learned a wounded Red Bull Renault driven by Kvyat was only hundredths off of a 4 time WDC in a Ferrari during qualfying.
I learnt or probably already learnt that rob sees red when ever Ferrari or Vettel especially shatters his dreams. The final results are the only thing that counts dear rob. Hundredths of a second means didly squat if you end up behind.
My point was not aimed at Vettel. It was the Fact that Ferrari took a step backwards. And how did Ferrari or Vettel shatter any dreams. If it didn't rain the Red machines would have been no better than 6th.


July 06, 2015 2:29 PM

F1 » Hamilton: We shouldn’t throw toys out of the pram!

Maroc: Hamilton thinks all the fans at Silverstone were their for him, he needs to understand, the British will turn up in their droves to support anyone that will allow them an opportunity to fly the British flag and are not their necessarily to support the Driver. Some years ago, A Canadian Boxer by the name of Lennox Lewis adopted British ID and the Brits turned out in their droves to fly the flag when he was winning, he's probably a Canadian again and back in Canada now. it's all very fake and creating the illusion of British support for Hamilton, but the reality is the Brits couldn't give a hoot.
Lennox was born in London England.


July 06, 2015 7:52 PM

F1 » Susie to Toto: You think you can fool us?

richard: sunny. yes it is against the rules, and even dc stated this. it was a done thing in the past, but about 7-8 years ago, a rule was brought in that a team could not bring out their pit crew until their car had started the lap that it was to pit. that is why there is a rush out when the car is just about to pit
The rule you talking about (23.11)- the exact wordings which are “ team personal are only allowed in the pit lane immediately before they are required to work on the car and must withdraw as soon as work is complete”. a car is always going to be on it having started the lap that it "was to pit", if the car, team/driver decides not to pit it is not against the rules, as much not being against the rules is the fact that a driver decides to dive into the pit without notice. As I said, mind games was always/still are and always will be part of the game, as for DC isn't he part of the famous speculation machine?

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