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June 05, 2015 10:01 AM

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

SoSlo: Lest We Forget... MB: Stay out LH: not good MB: fine, come in LH: oops NR didn't pit? QUOTE: "i lost this race didn't i?" MB: sure did, dumass, didnt u believe us when we said 'stay out'? What part wasn't clear? the part where you only had 10 laps left? The part where you had a 20+ sec lead, or the part where we said "stay out"
Or was it the part where you realised it was Monaco where it is all but impossible to pass!!! SoSlo, are you the reincarnation of Taipan?


May 26, 2015 11:23 AM

F1 » Massa blasts Verstappen for ‘dangerous’ crash

I am no great fan of Felippe, but to be fair to him I think he makes a valid point that if Max had been seriously injured, then a lot of questions would have been asked about whether it is reasonable to expose a 17 year old to the F1 cauldron, where judgment and experience are needed to make the necessary split second decisions that are required. Can you really blame a 17 year old if he gets it horribly wrong?


June 02, 2015 6:18 AM

F1 » Mosley lashes out at ‘absurd’ F1 driver salaries

You can't criticise the drivers for what they get paid. The marketing and promotional worth of all top sportsmen means they are now able to attract salaries which are beyond the wildest dreams of most citizens. Furthermore, the companies that pay these salaries consider they are getting their moneys worth. It is a funny old world where the salary of a high profile athlete makes the income of a world renown eminent brain surgeon or leading space technology physicist, look like something less than the basic wage by comparison.


May 26, 2015 12:28 PM

F1 » Massa blasts Verstappen for ‘dangerous’ crash

Oli, I accept your points. I also think Max is an outstanding talent. I am just grappling with the thought that until he reaches the age of majority it is difficult to know what level of responsibility and personal accountability you can place on his shoulders if and when things go wrong. Unlike F1, in the various feeder series there is an acceptance that you have young and inexperienced drivers. However, in F1 every driver is expected to be personally accountable for any failure to exercise the skills and judgment expected of a driver at the highest level of the sport.

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