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dmac65

April 01, 2014 1:01 PM

F1 » Horner hails ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo despite more bad luck


Attn@Taipan, Lol, everyone puts on their rose colored glasses before reading any crash net F1 comments. And or reading and understanding someones comment, then screwing with their typos and sentence structure just to ridicule their typing. Nate44, meant, as everyone who read it understood him perfectly. Sebastian Vettel never seems to get any bad luck, atnd the one time he 'seemed' to get some bad luck, DNF at Australia, and with his team mate finishing on the podium, heading into the season with a points lead on the 4 time world champion, but being disqualified from the race afterwards for a technical infringement by the team, and therefore making Sebastian Vettels worst race result in many races equal to not bad stuff happening to him, but actually receiving quite good luck within the team. Please everyone don't forget to let me know when Daniel Ricciardo next DNF's in a race (oh there will be many many more DNF's for him I think unfortunately for the fast kid) where Sebastian Vettel

dmac65

April 01, 2014 3:15 PM

F1 » Horner hails ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo despite more bad luck


attn.@richard Daniel Riccardio's DNF/DISQ in Australia was no fault of his own or a driving fault. Daniel Ricciardo's DNF in Malaysia was no fault of his own or a driving fault. You definitely need to take those rose colored glasses off before you watch a race. P.S. I've watched every F1 race since the 1985 season But if we all had rose colored Sebastian Vettel colored glasses as you obviously have...we might as well all give Sebastian Vettel his 5th world drivers championship now and all get on with our lives

dmac65

April 01, 2014 2:37 PM

F1 » Horner hails ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo despite more bad luck


Attn@richard, Daniel Ricciardo: I got the green light and went. I’ve watched the video and it’s clear that as soon as I started to move, the guys knew the wheel wasn’t on Christian Horner: That's under further investigation at the moment as we don't know whether, in recovering the car, we did some damage, or whether there was some damage on track,” he confirmed, “There's some work to do to understand exactly what happened there. We told Seb to be careful around turn 14 as we thought there may have been some damage from the kerb, but we've got no conclusive evidence. I am sure you are not watching the F1 races the rest of us are lol

dmac65

March 27, 2014 3:05 PM

F1 » Button tells drivers to stop complaining


Am I the only one? Jenson Button always seems to have to make a deliberate effort professionally to be the good guy, the guy who is never rattled, cool and calm, even fellow countryman Martin Brundle beats it up for him in the media every chance he gets, but, anyone who has heard any of his onboard conversations to his team during any of his races in F1, he is without a doubt the biggest whinging F1 driver on the grid, for quite a few seasons, whinging and whining all the time, telling porkies to his team actually, .the guy is spoilt, who really cares about his opinions? oh unless you are a Brit lol

dmac65

March 16, 2014 3:45 PM

F1 » Horner blames FIA for fuel flow issue


rules are rules..the championship winning team from last year broke them, they must pay the penalty, as so many teams caught cheating in the past have, I was foolishly thinking Daniel Ricciardo would at last break the curse since the David Brabham and Mark Webber days, I shouldn’t have gone to the effort of even thinking about it, if you are a German driver, if you are a European driver, God has always blessed them with good luck ie Sebastian Vettel has one of the worst races in a long while today, but wait, no, he got lucky, again, his new team mate did not outperform him and gain points on him, I’ve watched F1 since 1985. my opinion to anyone other than a European racing driver, don’t waste your time in F1, I am sure Mark Webber is feeling now at last, free of the bad luck and turmoil that his time F1 gave him, but he was a tough personality, and so is Daniel, I will always remembers Marks first race win in Germany! they tried to penalize his butt in that race as well,


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