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June 09, 2010 6:24 PM

F1 » Todt vows crackdown on F1 stars' road-driving offences

Going back to Hamilton's burnout in Oz it doesn't make sense to me. The press have a field day with it, the State Governor gets involved and so on. On the other side of the coin Aussie Rules football stars regularly get caught taking drugs and just get a slap on the wrist and get suspended for a couple of matches. If this is not a very poor example to the millions of kids that look up to these players then I don't know what is. Maybe Todt should allow the drivers to do a burnout after they win the race, be good for the fans too.


April 08, 2010 8:58 PM

F1 » Ecclestone eyes Russia, New York

I agree entirely, this is just another way to extort more money out of the existing tracks. OK Bernie, drop Monaco, no over taking, a boring race always, bet that doesn't happen. I have no respect for the Greedy Troll, he needs to retire/die/whatever but stop ruining the sport. NYC will never happen anyway, Russia maybe. What happened to the plans for India?


March 10, 2010 8:15 PM

F1 » Schumacher 'out of his mind' and 'no hope' of F1 title

Schumacher would not consider a comeback for one second of he didn't think he can be at the sharp end. He certainly wouldn't make a comeback to make a fool of himself which would be the everyone's lasting memory of him if he were to be circulating at the back of the field. I reckon Eddie is talking his usual rubbish and just trying to keep his name in the frame. I'm not a MS fan particularly but I reckon he'll be right there all season and I wish him well. Eddie, just shut up and go away please. (I reckon David Coulthard would agree with that)


January 08, 2010 12:25 PM

F1 » Mosley: High Court ruling sets dangerous precedent

I find it ironic that Mosley could claim that "it sends the wrong message about cheating in the sport" I suppose he thinks the Nazi hooker scandal was not detrimental to the sport. He got away with that. The teams avoided him like the plague during that time. Why doesn't he slink off to some hole in the ground and let JT get on with running the show. I suspect JT is afraid to speak up in case it contradicts something Mosley will say.


January 05, 2010 4:12 PM

F1 » Flavio Briatore F1 ban overturned

falconeight - you must be from Oz. Holdens rule. If I were Kovi and Webber I'd be looking for a new manager anyway regardless of the ruling being overturned. Who would have this pillock as their Manager, I wouldn't, he along with Spanker and Greedy Troll are a disgrace to the sport. Piquet deserves another chance is my take.

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