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beeflin

May 27, 2012 8:36 AM

F1 » Schumacher: It's just beautiful


Got to hand it to him... nothing can take away a great Monaco lap :-) But he is a bi*ch too, did you see the new footage of what he did to Hamilton in Barcelona? Whatever you think about penalties, the old saying stands: if you don't want the time, don't do the crime. Now let's see the great man show his skill trying to win without any more malarkey.

beeflin

May 22, 2012 7:45 AM

F1 » Mercedes keeping eye on di Resta


60/40 my unequal buttocks. He drove right into Bruno as if he wasn't there. Whether he's lost his touch or whether the car doesn't suit him, he has been over-driving and especially in the last year or so has sometimes been a menace. I think other drivers would have more bad words to say about him if he weren't the great man he was.

beeflin

May 16, 2012 11:05 AM
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F1 » Hamilton: When things go right.....


If the scorer is not the supreme acknowledged expert of a sport then there is no point competing. What the opening races of 2012 have surely shown is that when the rules are so tight that all the top teams are in the same game, there are quite a few damn near perfect drivers to watch and enjoy. Anyone who thinks they can spot clear air between the talents of Alonso, Button, Hamilton, Rosberg, Raikonnen, Grosjean, Perez, Maldonado and maybe several more is not a fan of the sport but a whiner. But I guess couch potatoes will always want an athlete to identify with. I could easily attach myself to any of these great talents - only identifying with Button and Hamilton because one is Westcountry and the other is English, and because I therefore find it easier to appreciate their sense of humour. If only Schumacher were doing better... he's funny too.

beeflin

May 14, 2012 9:07 AM

F1 » Schumacher penalised for Senna clash


I totally agree with #Magician. Senna moves uncertainly right and left, but nowhere near enough to make any difference. Schumacher hardly moves either way and certainly not far enough to get past. All the time Schumacher is going much too fast to avoid Senna unless he does pass him. I think it's pretty obvious that Schumacher was merely caught out by Senna's braking point and fabricated the importance of the changes of direction to cover his embarrassment at making a rookie mistake. As with Webber's famous flight over Kovaleinen at Valencia, these incidents tend to give the faster driver a scare and they never want to believe that they could have such a high closing speed accident from their own error.

beeflin

May 10, 2012 10:06 AM

F1 » Barrichello: I never had that in F1!


Rubens isn't saying what I'm thinking but I bet he's thinking it. The ovals take risk to a point where driver skill and even car safety can't help you when things go wrong. And people are still dying on the ovals. It's like stepping into the past. He will need luck not only to succeed but to survive, and there's no reliable process for getting hold of that stuff. But there's no reasoning with a dyed-in-the-wool racer.


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