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July 31, 2015 12:22 PM

F1 » Raikkonen urges critics to focus on performance not results


A lot of it also has to do with his irritable attitude when interviewed. Unfortunately F1 is a get-up-and-go type of sport and someone like Vettel gets it just right, with the requisite level of intensity on track, coupled with the requisite level of fun and enthusiasm when interviewed. Kimi unwittingly creates the external impression that he hates his job, so his track performances are not as visible or "recognised" by fans. It also doesn't help that he was severely thrashed by Alonso last year - and Vettel appears to have continued where Alonso left off...or so it seems anyway....

LoveF1

July 31, 2015 12:03 PM

F1 » Massa: Bianchi thoughts may have affected mind-set


I agree with Venture. And I was going to ask Tiddalk whether he was talking from practical experience, or just being flippant as a fan from a distance, (as we can all be sometimes). A human being has just passed away, while giving us enjoyment and doing the sport we all love....so I reckon a bit of respectful dignity is called for at this time. A mum and a dad have just lost their son, and so have his siblings and so forth and so forth... Besides, Felipe would have known Bianchi pretty well from all his own years at Ferrari and they would have been together at Maranello many times. Plus he has been in many shunts in his time and will know what he is talking about, and he is now a father himself, so he was sharing some of his own inner reactions with us. I could go on, but you get the picture....

LoveF1

July 21, 2015 12:45 PM

F1 » Alonso anticipates Hungary ‘opportunity’


Now I am really convinced.........or a cynic might argue..........that an integral part of the F1 driver training manual is always to look on the bright side - or at least to give that impression by mostly making positive noises in public. MacLaren has now been reduced to looking for crumbs and "opportunities" at the slowest tracks on the F1 calendar! OUCH!!

LoveF1

July 22, 2015 9:57 AM

F1 » F1 2015 driver salaries published – but who earns most?


Why some posters choose to come to a forum to tell the fans of a sport that their sport is boring, I'll never know. Is that what they call trolling? We know our sport has become somewhat boring and we talk about it everyday and we suggest ways to make it more exciting and we hope that the powers that be are listening to us. It's called being fans of a sport. We don't need fans of other sports coming to tell us what we already know and are already talking about. Kapiche? I guess this is my polite way of using the F-word to tell those people to leave us alone, without using the F-word. If you get my drift... Not that I'm someone who uses the F-word every day.....

LoveF1

July 17, 2015 11:16 AM

F1 » German GP survival hinges on 2016 ‘full house’


hmmmm....I see the complete logic in this. If there is no "full house" in 2016, we will not consider and come up with a solution to the problem! We will simply take it away from the country of the current constructors' world champions and Rosberg and Vettel and Hulkenberg - and give it to another new disinterested Asian venue with a few camels and next to no audience... OK....

LoveF1

July 13, 2015 7:50 AM

F1 » Hamilton hoping for McLaren return


hmmmmm I'm just thinking out loud...... Is this going to be one of those scenarios? Where it gets worse before it gets better? And when it gets better.....WATCHOUT!!! Prodromou could not have designed a dog, if the Red Bull won 4 WCCS in a row....so logic dictates that he must be working flat out behind the scenes, with a dedicated longer-term approach to getting it right at Mac. The lack of regular testing doesn't help, so he'll take all the flak now, but he knows what he's doing. But by the time it comes right, Jenson and Alonso may have left. 2017/2018 maybe? In which case, we may just see either K-Mag or Stefan Vandoorne crowned world champ?? It's only logical thinking and in all probability may not happen, but all the same...............You read it here first! :-)

LoveF1

July 13, 2015 7:28 AM

F1 » Arrivabene wants Kimi to focus amidst speculation


Relax. If anybody is entitled to comment about a driver's future at his team, it is the team principal. Nothing new there. In most cases, the team principal also has to answer to the team owner above him (who writes the big cheques), so he wants results from his drivers, to justify whatever amount of $$$ he is paying them. And he is making it clear they have no room for passengers. Getting the driver ready for the chop, if and when it comes, which is only fair to the driver. (Kimi doesn't really care anyway, he has many options and he has already made a lot of money at Ferrari). All the F1 protagonists live their lives in the public eye, so there is nothing new with principals sending coded messages to their employees via the press. All part of the F1 circus.


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