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August 24, 2015 5:59 AM

F1 » Hamilton: Today was a dream...

Taipan: While I'm on the subject, I've thought for a while that glorifying gun use in the current messed up society is the height of stupidity and incredibly irresponsible by anyone in the public eye. Well done Lulu, I thought you'd find it hard to slip lower in my estimations but you've managed it.
taipan im sure lewis is really upset he has slipped in your estimations yeah right


August 24, 2015 5:45 AM

F1 » Pirelli blames Ferrari, dismisses Rosberg incident link

Pirelli also recommended a 2 or 3 stop race and as they can only test there tyres on an older model f1 car how can they know what the exact tyre life is on any teams tyre as they all wear differently and also are driven differently as well . I think the fia made a mistake in 2013 by not agreeing to Pirelli suggestion to have a safety factor bulit into all tyre recommendations . At the end of the day i agree with Pirelli the recommendation was 2 or 3 stops


August 24, 2015 5:56 AM

F1 » Hamilton: Today was a dream...

George Zaidan: I'd like answers to to the following: 1. Hamilton was called in to pit for tires. 2. Rosberg was told to push 3. Hamilton wanted to know why he was called in since his tires were good. 4. Pit tells him he could give the option to his team mate. 5. Rosberg was still on the lap he was told to push then told to come in after the Hamilton complaint. A couple of laps could have given Nico quite an advantage. What gives?
3 is the only question there and whats wrong with a driver asking his engineer a question no biggie to most people

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