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MattF1

July 23, 2011 3:15 PM
Last Edited 1251 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: F1 crown 'holds less value' than it used to


Of course it does Lulu, that's because that's how you think and viewed in your selfish little twisted world where only your opiniom matters. Can you believe this guy, he's incredibly arrogant and verbose... Just talks so much rubbish, and doesn't seem to have much of a brain. Yes Lulu... And it held the least significance in 2008 when it was a lucky packet WDC handed on a plate from Massa and Ferrari... Lulu didn't win it, Massa lost it...

MattF1

July 13, 2011 9:36 PM

F1 » Hamilton admits he is in danger of 'burnout'


Oh dear, let's all feel sorry for little lulu, it must be so hard earning millions and millions of pounds a year and actually being expected to work for it! Wow this guy is a spoilt brat, and he's turning into an excuse generator whenever things don't go his way... Its very boring, and its not a good look lulu. True champions don't moan and whine at every opportunity

MattF1

July 13, 2011 12:06 PM
Last Edited 1261 days ago

F1 » Rosberg backed as 'young Schumacher'


Nope, I think Ross is just trying to boost Nico's confidence, because that it very far-fetched... Sure, Nico is solid, but ultimately unspectacular. Average would be the word that sums up Nico... And he's 26 already is he? By 26 Schumi had won 2 world championships and about 20 races. Schumi is a special, special driver while Nico simply isn't. As has been mentioned, Vettel is the young Schumi. It was clear to me when he shone in the Torro Roso 3 years ago and it was confirmed when he won at Monza in the wet in the STR, which was remarkably similar to Schumi's win at Spa in 96 in the rubbish Ferrari. Vettel has those special capabilities, Nico doesnt.

MattF1

July 11, 2011 2:41 PM

F1 » Who shone brightest in the Battle of Britain?


Although Schumi has a strong case for fighting back brilliantly in the points, after being down in 18th after a harsh penalty, as well as surging up 4 places on the first lap alone, it has to be Alonso Alonso was very good, and showed great pace, and despite getting help in the form of the mobile chicane Hamilton holding up Vettel and Webber, drove very well for a deserved victory.

MattF1

July 10, 2011 7:10 PM

F1 » Schumacher: Kobayashi collision 'my fault'


Yeah Schumi lost it under braking and unfortunately made contact with Kamui. Still it was a very strong showing from Schumi yet again... This year he has certainly showed he still has all of the class that won him 7 world championships... He lost about 40 seconds with the incident and the stop and go and yet he only 17 seconds behind his team mate in 6th and less than 50 seconds off 4th place... The Merc, in the hands of Schumi, showed encouraging pace and don't be surprised if the legend finds himself on the podium soon


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