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Racy

April 06, 2010 2:51 PM
Last Edited 1603 days ago

F1 » Alonso: Ferrari will have best car in two or three races time


Monaco is a fun track to watch, but comming from way back to finish in points is rare as froghair. Saw Shooey do it once from last on the grid, but with more cars this season-good luck to back starters. Remember, FA is usually fast there. And Monaco tells us nothing as far as how fast a certian car or driver is. It is the only norrow, twisty slow track they see all season. Back to work. See ya...

Racy

April 06, 2010 2:06 PM

F1 » Alonso: Ferrari will have best car in two or three races time


Come on folks, I've been cutting wood for 3 hours now and am taking a break to read this junk. Sure the Reds will improve their car as will the rest. However, against all hopes by most of you fellows, FA seems to have fit in pretty well at Ferrari. No fights and no ****ing around as far as I can see. And they 'all' tow the corp. line. FA, with a crap car almost finished in the points last week and that is not bad considering his Renult from the last 2 seasons. I am waiting for Spa to really determine who is fastest..

Racy

April 05, 2010 11:07 PM
Last Edited 1604 days ago

F1 » Renault: Hamilton should have got penalty


Thanks Andy, I thought that was the deal on tyers. However, that rule should be changed by calling all races where the top guys are there because of rain tyers must run them at start of race. And Cio, if folks are bored they just have to watch the replay of the St Pete Indy race from week before. Should of been there all, was a great race. As far as Hammy being the 'draw' for F1, it is a comparsion to Tiger Woods which is not fair to Hamilton. Take a break

Racy

April 05, 2010 10:13 PM

F1 » Renault: Hamilton should have got penalty


Again no answer to my post asking about the top 10 drivers 'not' driving on their qually tyers. Is it because the start was called dry? Still does not seem fair since they would not be up front except for rain tyres. And et all, how often due you see Hamilton 'weave' while on a strait? Mcl is fast in straits. It was a block and he got away with it and every here knows it. Next race please..

Racy

April 05, 2010 8:15 PM

F1 » Renault: Hamilton should have got penalty


Andy I think this powerline dude just saw his first F1 race. The rules are ONE move and as I said Sunday, Petrov couldn't pass because Hamilton was driving nutty at the time. He may have well been told to back off it, is not worth wrecking the car. One more thing, I bet Hamilton does not try this again this season or it wll be a drive through. And except for his blocking moves he had a great race from the back. Oh, I saw that no driver up front started the race on their qually tyers--thought they had to. Guess I am wrong.

Racy

April 04, 2010 9:28 PM

F1 » Hamilton 'well happy' with 'brilliant' sixth place from P20


Unregisrered--whatever. Like most, you either dissagree or agree. Hamilton is a great driver but he did wrong today by his efforts to block a virtual un-known. But have to give it to Lewis, he kept his tyers today and moved well. So did Massa and a few others until the cars destructed or they were self-destructed. Not as competitive as the last Indy race but close.

Racy

April 04, 2010 6:47 PM

F1 » Hamilton 'well happy' with 'brilliant' sixth place from P20


Anyone who watched this race un-biased saw Hamilton block 3 times on the strait. Period. He should have received a drive through or forced to give up position. Do not get me wrong folks, Hammy is a great driver, no question, but he seems to be resorting to tactics that are abit unseemly. And as a fellow stated earlier, the DRAFT hurts as much as helps. He was not breaking a draft, he was blocking a fellow whom he was conserned about with good reason. Otherwise a great drive.

Racy

April 04, 2010 12:28 AM

F1 » Hamilton: This was just one of those days


Cultural misunderstanding? Give us a break fellow, it is hatred pure and simple, no misunderstanding. And Hammy can be a prick at times which is no help. Is it racialy motavated?-probably some is but so what. When you mix alot of different types and present them as winners in Britian, there will an amount of negative feedback as in every country. However, in Britian, I have yet to here of a forgine(sic) ethnic class welcomed in any way since-forever. And to the whiner who complained about having to get up at 8am to see the race-tough, mine starts at 1am here.


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