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April 21, 2015 11:41 AM

F1 » Hamilton: Only team-mate can provide ‘true race’

theoldgitspeaks: This is a flawed argument from the start, it only applies if you have a Senna/Prost, Mansell/Piquet situation, Rosberg good as he might be is not in the same league as Hamilton and I say that as no fan of Hamilton's. Perhaps when Alonso jumps ship to Mercedes we will finally see who is the best driver on the grid.
Did they not share the same car before? Did Alonso blow him away?.


April 15, 2015 8:47 AM

F1 » Rosberg explains Hamilton criticism

here4thesun2: Some advice, in order to enter a gentlemen's agreement, you need two gentlemen. You have enough proof to prove that Hamilton is not a team player and will only help himself. Case closed, get on with it.
I don't recall a TEAM PLAYER ever winning a championship, the champions are ALL selfish ba5tards only out for themselves, as regards LH backing Nico into Vettel, LH was controlling his own race and if I remember it was Jack Brabham or certainly Prost said the idea is to win the race at the slowest possible speed, I thought that's what LH was doing although I'm sure some will have a different view.
Jackie Stewart popularized the saying. Borrowing the tactic from Jimmy Clark, I believe. But neither invented it.
Think you will find that is Fangio that said that. "Fangio cut his teeth in long-distance races staged over thousands of miles on ... His philosophy was a


December 23, 2014 7:16 PM
Last Edited 208 days ago

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 2nd

ToddCreek: That's ok in my book. Lewis is the next Senna and will crush the competition from here out.
Just remembering him going around the outside of Rosberg at the Japanese GP, in the rain. There is no one racing at the moment other than Lewis that could do that. He does some many great overtakes that they seem to go unnoticed.


December 23, 2014 2:28 PM
Last Edited 208 days ago

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 2nd

BtwnDitches: Yup - I think this 2nd place vote ranking is right. He did NOT dominate Rosberg, probably couldn't have in acuality, and suffered for it with the fans who looked to him for even more. But, yes, a great champion.
He did not dominate Rosberg because Rosberg was using his settings. If there was no sharing of settings i am sure Rosberg would not have done so well. In one of his interviews he said it was hard to take, that the man across the table is using your settings.

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