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Kozeyekan

May 21, 2011 4:19 PM

F1 » Webber ends Vettel's pole run in Spain


Seb had KERS in P1, P2 and Q1, Webber still beat him. Not that it really matters. There are no points to be won on a Saturday. Though, on the dirty side and without KERS, Seb will not get a podium. Seb races best from the front, as he's an average passer. Mainly because he has not had to do much of it. He'll race well, because he's a huge talent, but he's going to have to really dig deep to save this race if his KERS is kaput. I can see him dropping to about 6th by the first corner without it.

Kozeyekan

April 28, 2011 4:28 PM

F1 » Murdoch’s F1 chances 'close to zero'


I think a few people are underestimating Murdoch here. If there is a more powerful person on the planet, I cannot think of them. He doesn't just own Fox, Sky, Fuel, Telecine and National geographic TV channels, but hundreds of newspapers (such as the wall street journal and NY post) Web sites (such as IGN, MySpace and askmen.com) Harper Collins publishing, dozens of radio stations, etc, etc. Look through the list of assets he has, and I dare you to go a single day without interacting with something he owns. If you can get information from it, he has an involvement in it. check out ketupa.net/murdoch1.htm for a succinct list of his assets. Put simply, If Murdoch wants F1, he'll get it, and what it more, he'll be able to convince most people that it is exactly what they want.

Kozeyekan

April 17, 2011 11:55 PM

F1 » Horner hails 'awesome' Webber 'driver of the day' in China


Funny how Webber's comments caused a ruckus. Can you remember any driver worth his salt who was OK with being beaten by another driver? They drive for the same team, but they are not really team-mates, they are competitors. It's not as firey as Alonso and Hamilton or Senna and Prost, but there has to be that antagonism there for each driver to progress, otherwise you end up with Schumacher and Barrichello where one is considered a great of the sport and the other is ridiculed in his home country...

Kozeyekan

April 16, 2011 3:38 PM

F1 » Webber tyre decision 'the team's call', confesses Horner


TO all the Webber fans, don't blame the team. It has just been one of those seasons (so far). I'm a Webber fan, have been since he was backflipping Mercedes cars, but to accuse RBR of avouring Vettel is to do an injustice to a lot of guys who work their absolute guts out for Mark. Every one of his engineers and mechanics would have sold their non-essential organs to get Mark out on track in a fully functional car, but they couldn't do it. I don't think any of them will sleep tonight, and they'll be running simulations and trying to diagnose the problem without actually having the car (as it's in Park Ferme condition at the moment) So yes, it sucks that Mark has had a bad run, but behind him are literally hundreds of people, from designers to wrench turners who give 100% each and every moment. To belittle their efforts for Mark belittles him. Throw faecal matter at Helmut, Horner, heck even Seb, but you do Mark no favours by insulting his team. -end rant-


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