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December 08, 2010 7:40 AM

F1 » Horner 'disappointed' Webber kept injury from him

I don't see what the big deal is. Professional athletes do this all the time. Ask any athlete if he's OK to play on the weekend, and you'll get a "yes". Where is the benefit in telling your boss that you're injured? The possible outcomes are that they A) replace you. B) reduce the load on you (in this case relegate him to a supporting role) or C) ignore it and go for the title. Now, any athlete would see A) and B) as terrible options, so to pursue C) means that the end result is all the same. He's a grown man who does not need constant coddling (unlike Princess' Petal and Nico). Also, Seb and Mark don't need to like each other to race well. Heck, it's better that they don't. Let them go at each others throats and the one who wins will deserve it, which Seb did this year. 2011 will see them start from scratch, and with a much more level playing field, For me the title will be even closer, with Kubica in a competitive car, Ferrari and McLaren being in the hunt, Mercedes having something


December 06, 2010 2:27 PM

F1 » Webber revives Challenge

@j Actually, after qualifying, he went to the trailer to get a cortisone injection into his injured shoulder, which he broke in a way known as a "skiers break" back when he was hit by a car and broke his leg. His aerobatics behind Kovalinen resulted in the shoulder being re-injured. Did he come out with this as an excuse? No. He soldiered on. If you've been watching for 3 years, you'd know he's had the worst luck of anyone to strap on fireproof boots, bad cars, bad engines, bad aero. No complaints. Heck, he raced once while having violent nausea, vomited in his helmet and STILL finished the race. He's still the only driver I've seen take responsibility for his actions, unlike Vettel (who rammed Button and turned in on Webber this year) Hamilton, Alonso, Schumacher, etc. And j, if you're doing so damn well, match Mark dollar for dollar in his charity. Heck, match him ten cents in the dollar. Easy to talk someone down when you're not contributing.


November 17, 2010 7:00 AM
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F1 » Ricciardo tops day one of young driver test

This kid is proper fast. Within three years, I can see him collecting a podium, and if they put the right car under him, a WDC within five. He's got the combination of consistent concentration with flashes of brilliance that separates f1 journeymen from f1 stars. I really, REALLY want to see what he could do on the other side of the garage to Vettel. Two young guns shooting it out in 2013, when turbos make their return would be mind bogglingly fantastic. Oh, plus he's got the best schnoz since Fernando Alonso. I think Newey might add some diffusers to that thing to generate some extra downforce.


November 11, 2010 12:22 AM

F1 » COMMENT: What is the future for Brazil in F1?

Having spent quite some time in Brasil, let me just say this: The Favelas are often run by drug lords. When the military tried to oust them before the pan American games, they'd just do random acts of violence, such as the incident where the threw a hand grenade onto a bus in morning traffic. The problem is that they have so little in the Favelas, and they see tourists as having so much. It is the state of the favelas that is the embarrassment to Brasil, deal with that, everything else falls into place. Oh, and other Brasillian cities still have the same issues, Rio and Salvador have their favelas too, they just have a heavier police presence around the gringo areas.


October 28, 2010 10:43 PM

F1 » Mansell: F1 2010 crown still Webber's to lose – but he won't

Webber's never done things the easy way. I can remember his win last year, where even a drive through couldn't stop him. He's put up with years in crap cars, driving with broken bones or vomit in his helmet, and this year he's had what can only be termed "Less than optimal" support from some people within his own team. I for one hope Vettel does not help Webber. In fact, I hope he does everything he can to beat him (Like a racer should) this will make Mark's WDC so much sweeter, as every malfunction, car-flip, break down or mistake will not matter. He'll be added to the list of world champions and a more deserving sportsman, I cannot think of.


October 27, 2010 11:25 AM

F1 » Berger: Webber tried to take out a title rival in Korea

I used to respect Berger. However, I find three flaws in his reasoning: 1) That Mark was able to process the movement of the car, realise he was screwed and plan to take out a rival all in a fraction of a second. If he was able to do this, he would not have crashed in the first place. 2) Mark was running 3rd, behind his two rivals. Taking out Hamilton is pretty unnecessary. 3) Webber has already had one spectacular crash. Having someone his him side on at 200km/hr does not do his title chances any good, as he would have a much lower chance of winning one if he is deceased. Into the “Seen but not heard from” box with you Gerhard. Oh, and take Helmut Marko with you. kthxbai


October 19, 2010 12:15 PM

F1 » Level playing field for Schumacher

Schumacher, like a lot of Legendary sportsmen, has a whole industry built around him. This made it hard for him to give it up, and like many of the other franchise leaders, he's gone too long. Michael Jordan, Muhammed Ali, Pele, they all made combacks far too late, anf father time put them on their ****. Schumacher will still be competitive, and a 2004 schumacher might have won a race or two in a mercedes-brawn car, but no more. He was the first truly professional driver, walking the track, living a healthy lifestyle, exercising and honing his skills, instead of relying on natural talent, but now all the drivers do this. Hopefully, he'll go better next season, but he'll be lucky to win a race, let alone a WDC.


October 12, 2010 9:34 AM

F1 » Webber: The gap is going the right way

@pcmax Webber petulant? Have you only just started watching F1 in the last two years? Here's a man who had crap cars, they'd break, they'd lose power, they'd do everything but finish races, yet he still managed to out qualify drivers in fantastic cars. For eight long years, he's been the unluckiest guy in F1, culminating at Japan in 2007 where he's running 2nd to Hamilton in the wet, and Lewis is protecting a WDC points lead, meaning he's not going to go balls to the wall to fight off Mark. A safety car comes out and DURING the safety car laps, Vettel in a Toro Rosso rams him up the gearbox. Add to that the scenes last year when he won the German GP, and it shows to me a man who's given his all for 8 years in F1, and it's finally coming together, he's got the car under him, the team behind him (they may prefer Vettel, but they're not favouring him anymore) and a very real chance at winning a WDC. Petulant? Hardly. When he loses a race, he takes it on the chin, unlike some other driv

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