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June 04, 2015 10:35 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I couldn’t care less about Monaco

octoucan: I'm really getting sick of all the media frenzy labeling Hamilton the victim ALL THE TIME. Can't believe Toto apologized to this prima donna. Any one who watched the race witnessed that he was crying about his tires and wanted to pit. Has he not pitted and gotten a puncture, or hit a wall then everyone would be all over Mercedes saying that they deliberately left him out to favor Rosberg or some stupid comment like that. Hamilton needs to STFU and do what he's paid for. Bernie is wrong, Hamilton is bad for the sport. I'm losing interest in F1 because of Hamilton's BS.
Hamilton just answers the questions and so if that makes you lose interest then i can only think of the old saying don,t let the door knock you on your ass on the way out


May 29, 2015 12:20 AM

F1 » Wolff: Hamilton said staying out 'not good'

Funny now Toto is telling a true story and most believe it but i again think there is more behind this than we know and after race he did say we stand as a team and fall as a team so im guessing this is a bit more damage control . I would love to hear the whole team radio recording to get facts and Richard just had another look and he stopped pretty much on the marks so lets all keep it real . And niether the haters or fanboys know all the facts but before this he was dominating his team mate again in the same car . Hope my guy kimi has a better race next up


May 26, 2015 10:52 PM

F1 » Ecclestone: Rosberg, Vettel are bad for business

rob01: they are both dull as dish water. they claim to be german but don't give two cent back to their country. nico was born their and sent out a day later and has rarely if ever gone back. vettel as he said would not be recognized on the street. they both need a personality.
rob, what a terrible post! have you something against the germans? yes, they claim to be germans and in fact both of them are! and how on earth do you know if nico has been back in germany or not? and vettel not recognised? of course he is, and as far as i know, he still lives in germany and pays taxes there. are you their accountant? you seem to know that neither have given any money back to their country of birth. i bet they have given more back to their country than lulu has to england, or grenada.
Richard Seb lives in switzerland


May 21, 2015 6:18 PM

F1 » Hamilton confirms three-year Mercedes F1 deal

107SS2009: During Lulu’s contract negotiations last year his two usual British Lulufosi fan clubs quoted him as saying that “as he is world champion he wants to be the highest paid driver on the grid”, sometime in January this year I quoted (on here) my source as saying that Stuttgart estimated Lulu as being the third best on the grid and that they offered Lulu a three year deal of Euro 20m per year which can rise up to a maximum of Euro 25m a year with bonus and performance payments, the 20m a year is less than the amounts both Vettel and Alonso were being gaurnated by FERRARI and macHonda, at that time Stuttgart told Lulu “fahr fur’n appiel und’n ei oder mach die fliege”, and facts are now showing that Stuttgart stuck to their estimations and to what they were offering Lulu. The pulling, stretching, pushing,turning-up or down of this subject by his usual two British fan clubs such as now settling on “the highest paid British sportsman” will not/cannot negate the above fac


May 23, 2015 12:07 AM

F1 » Hamilton ‘just tweaking car here and there’

Soundofspeed: You are right about Senna's charity work. It's a shame that none of the 5 highest paid F1 drivers equal Senna in Charity work. Especially Vettel, who is reportedly the highest paid driver on the grid. He should do more for charity than just selling autographed helmets. As you said, charity comes from the heart. Not helmets.
wow, i was beginning to take you seriously and now you come out with a totally unfounded criticism. how the hell do you know what any of the top 5 drivers do for charity? and for your info, i am aware that vettel is a very big contributor to "wings for life" and i also know that ferdi also sponsors some childrens charities. i had the decency to compare a person who donates a miniscule amount of their salary to charity, to those who are more generous but with a pittance. i mentioned absolutely no names, yet you come on and make an accusation about one specific driver. since you want to name driver

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