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35edme

October 06, 2014 6:00 PM

F1 » Raikkonen: ‘Is it safe ever?’


Like any serious F1 fan I am praying for Bianchi's full recovery . I will however state that this has to be considered driver/team error as the flags as well as team instruction were more than enough to have alerted him to the fact that someone had slid off the track due either to that driver's error or a track/conditions problem. Extra caution should have been exercised.

35edme

September 24, 2014 6:18 PM

F1 » Rosberg wants 'F1 constructors’ title out of the way’


WYNK: I'll sign up to the peace accord. If I can make an observation though, multiple disagrees of a forum post don't necessarily mean multi-rgb's, it might actually mean folk don't agree.... Re 107s speech, I've been around a long time too, but I do think things are worse now, because racist etc comments are easyish to moderate away, childish put-down 'humour' less so, and I'm sure the almost knee jerk inclusion of phrases like brain fart and fanboy not only incites people but puts others (with worthwhile insights to offer) off contributing at all
Agree.

35edme

August 30, 2014 10:54 PM

F1 » Rosberg disciplined by Mercedes


Being innocent and being found not guilty are completely different kettles of fish. Petronas had access to all that was said and made their statement based on what they knew. Rosberg has always been one of my favourite drivers but I'm not above saying that I was disappointed in his behaviour as I know he's more skillful than that. I'm going with the proving the point aspect and giving him the benefit of the doubt. That for me is now two strikes against his sportsmanship . He still remains a favourite in my book.

35edme

August 30, 2014 7:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg disciplined by Mercedes


Is Petronas a fanboy of Hamilton. Did Petronas issue a written statement . Did that statement not decry the fact that they lost a possible one two . Why is there such a willingness to discount that it was the sponsor who saw what to them was at best amateurish driving and who was responsible for the apology from Rossberg. I am of the opinion that Mercedes made the case to keep the same lineup for Monza and not as some would say crucify Rossberg. When your boss at Petronas sees something with his own eyes you would be a fool to challenge him and Rossberg is no fool. Resident experts at Crash please feel free to correct me .

35edme

August 30, 2014 2:24 AM

F1 » Rosberg apologises to Hamilton and fans


ghogmk2: The act of Nico Rosberg being forced to apologise for a legal overtake attempt will not encourage me to buy a Merc, quite the opposite actually...........
ghogmk2, the sponsor posted a statement of their displeasure at being robbed of a possible one two. What option did Mercedes have since the sponsor had members in attendance at the race. They pointed to the driver costing them, Mercedes said sorry and followed up. Nothing to do with Lauda or Hamilton.


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