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LoveF1

July 26, 2014 6:57 AM

F1 » Hamilton keen for Mercedes extension


Besides, how does anyone know what an F1 driver will or will NOT do?? Some said Lewis would never leave Mac because he had been there since he was 11 or 12. And they were surprised when he left for Merc. I actually think Vettel will leave Red Bull soon. When he finds a fresh challenge elsewhere. For instance, Bianchi might not be ready, if Kimi decides to leave Ferrari again at the end of this season. And if DaniRic beats him, Vettel might decide to go to Ferrari. We are all speculating, but who can really say what WILL happen except the drivers themselves?

LoveF1

July 26, 2014 6:40 AM

F1 » Hamilton keen for Mercedes extension


hmmmm Look at rob01 talking and telling others how wrong they are. He forgets he himself has been wrong soo many times in the past. Like when he said Ferrari would never sign Alonso after the Ferrarigate episode.........because...........wait for it............ "Alonso had no morals". Or when he said Kimi would never ever go back to Ferrari because of the way they dumped him for Alonso..... Pot calling the kettle black comes to mind :-)

LoveF1

July 24, 2014 3:31 AM

F1 » Hamilton ‘can’t work harder’ in title chase


@Salan, you're right. But Lewis and some of his fans will probably respond like this: What do you expect him to do? Reporters come to him every day because he is such a marketing draw, so he has to say something. Find something to say, no matter how inane. It says in his contract that he must do PR, so he has to say something....anything...every time a reporter shows up with a mic. He has no choice. LOL

LoveF1

July 24, 2014 11:32 AM

F1 » Hamilton ‘can’t work harder’ in title chase


In his own way, Alonso will be quietly smiling inside now, because after Hockenheim 2010, some people have been saying he only beat Massa because Ferrari would not let Massa race him. But most of us knew better than that at the time.... In fact, he doesn't even need to refer to Kimi in his interviews now...just keep blowing him away on the track. Having said all that, Kimi has had some bad luck and mechanical failures too...

LoveF1

July 24, 2014 3:40 AM

F1 » Hamilton ‘can’t work harder’ in title chase


I can easily visualise this scenario (at the Mercedes factory). Lewiis sitting with his engineers, looks through the window and sees reporters coming up the driveway. Lewis: They're coming. Look at them. I have to go and talk to them. Engineer: No Lewis, you don't. We have to.... Lewis: Yes, I do. They've come to talk to me. I have to go and talk to them. Engineer: But Lewis, we still have to discuss the cause of the failure during quali on Saturday. We still.... Lewis: Hey man! Don't worry, I'll be right back. Engineer: But we don't have time. We have to go to the briefing with Toto and.... Lewis: C'mon man! I won't be long. They've come to see me.... Reporter: Lewis, tell us how you're going to win the title..... Lewis: Well, Nico has been lucky so far. He's had less mechanical failures than me. He is a lucky boy. Engineer (through the window): Lewis! I'm serious! We're going to be late for the meeting! We have to.... Lewis: Leave it, man! Erm...where was I... Yeah, Nico w

LoveF1

July 16, 2014 8:13 AM

F1 » Hamilton: I feel like I’ve been on the back foot


Some of the fan arguments are pointless sometimes. Both drivers have had a variety of problems and have shone (and shown) their driving skills to come through and win races. Lewis has had problems, but so has Nico. There was also that race where Nico lost all radio transmission with the pits and had to rely on his own judgment for most of the race and brought the car home safely in second place. My point is they are both very good drivers and will attack and counter-attack throughout the season. From the look of things, neither of them is going to run away with the title....which is a good thing from the neutral fans' point of view.

LoveF1

July 16, 2014 8:24 AM

F1 » Wolff admits driver contest ‘fascinating’


From a sporting point of view, how must it feel for the Merc crew and staff themselves "knowing" that they are going to win every race of the season? Even as they are packing up their kit for each country and race? Can it become boring for them too...from a competition/excitement aspect? And is this kind of total domination good for sport in general? I know I switched off halfway through the Vettel 9-race domination of last season. I watched the final races but only the highlights and I certainly stopped doing the early-morning waking up thing...


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