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March 31, 2015 11:40 AM

F1 » First Ferrari win ‘means a little bit extra’ for Vettel

Whoever clicked the disagree button, WHAT EXACTLY is there to disagree with in everything Objective has just said?? That is the beauty of having a forum for fans of all colours to display their enthusiasm for the sport. On the one hand, I might enthusiastically post something on what I think Nico should do to improve his performance, and the next day, I might post on why Lewis has got the better of Nico and will probably not lose to him. For example, today, I'm thinking that the 2 Ferraris (who happen to be friends) should develop a strategy of double-teaming the Merc weak link, ie Nico, whenever they line up behind them on the grid. By the 3rd or 4th corner, if they have Nico under control, then between them they can decide which will play attack dog and hunt Lewis down, and which will back Nico into the pack and the two chasing Williams'. Remember that the WCC is also at stake, so even if either Ferrari cannot beat Lewis over the entire season, they can at least gun for the WCC fo


March 30, 2015 6:18 PM

F1 » First Ferrari win ‘means a little bit extra’ for Vettel

MrJones, a little bit of insight, if you will.... When Hamilton first appeared on the scene, he was completely overhyped by a vast section of the British press. Then he and some of his most ardent fans displayed what 107 would refer to as foot-in-mouth disease. He made a few derogatory remarks about other drivers in weaker cars and talked about "blowing them away", etc. Not considered very sporting comments and showing a lot of disrespect to his fellow competitors. He was also involved in a few shenanigans (not entirely scrupulous incidents) involving his team, getting another driver to take the fall for something he had done wrong on track and lying about it. He later came clean, apologised and corrected the error. He has struggled ever since to shake off those initial negative impressions...but he is gradually doing it now with his ever maturing personality and stellar driving skills displayed on track. The rest of it is just different fans poking fun at one another...and nothing


March 31, 2015 8:29 AM

F1 » ‘Helpless’ Ricciardo aggrieved to be lapped by Vettel

Of course, cecedecat! That is my whole point! I am addressing the fans, not Dan personally. When Seb had car troubles last year, it was conveniently ignored by his detractors. "Dan is destroying him", "He was just a lucky driver to win his titles in a good car", "Dan is now showing him up", "he's just an average driver", blah blah blah. Now when Dan has car troubles, loses to his teammate and gets lapped, "he's a great driver, but he has a ton of car troubles". "It's not his fault". Double standards, if you ask me! :-)

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