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Essexredneck

May 24, 2014 9:41 PM

F1 » POLL: Did Rosberg deliberately go off in Q3 in Monaco?


Taipan:
Essexredneck: It's pathetic that this poll exists. The stewards reviewed all the data and footage available and decided there was no case to answer. All it demonstrates is that those who thought it wasn't a genuine error should follow some other sport, hopefully one that they've got a chance of understanding.
Is there a sport that simple?
Not sure. Tiddlywinks?

Essexredneck

April 21, 2014 12:31 PM

Sportscars » WEC: Faultless Toyota 1-2 after Audi disaster


I hadn't been to Silverstone since the 2006 WSB race but it's another planet now. It was a very well planned event, with buses laid on to take you to different parts of the circuit, and all the kids entertainment, dodgems, karts, fairground stuff etc was free. There were tents in which you could sit and watch on the big screen if you wanted to. I thought £40 entry for me and free entry for my boy was good value. Plus the racing was excellent.

Essexredneck

April 11, 2014 12:08 AM

MotoGP » Colin Edwards to retire at end of 2014


Memories- Colin signed my leathers at the 2002 BSB meeting at Cadwell Park, apparently he was there at Honda UK's invitation but he left the suits in hospitality and watched the races at the mountain. Then a few weeks later I watched him demolish everyone at Brands WSB on that awesome SP2, only Honda I've ever really liked. 2004 British Moto GP race, Colin in second, reeling in teammate Valentino, ah but then it started spitting and everyone except Valentino slowed down. Enjoy retirement Colin.

Essexredneck

March 17, 2014 9:59 PM

F1 » 'Ferrari is behind' - Stefano Domenicali


Taipan, I listed the times when Ferrari had the out and out most competitive car, rather than looking at a good rate of points finishes to end up in the top 3 of the constructors championship. Even if we restrict it to the last two decades as you mention, for 15 of those years they patently didn't have the best car. If we go back further, we see them more thereabouts than unstoppable. Ferrari and their fans have a tendency to suffer from an unfortunate sense of entitlement, when in my view they should know Ferrari's history of producing wonderful looking machines which were very rarely the fastest.


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