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FrozenCandle

June 25, 2011 10:34 PM

F1 » Boullier: Renault keen on Webber


Christ almighty, where'd you pull that assumption (regarding different spec parts) from, Richard? Actually don't answer that one, I'd rather not know... It's cool how you always seem to have the answer to everything RBR and Vettel related, beyond any shadow of a doubt. What insiders have you been speaking to? Like I said in my previous post, anyone who doesn't work for RBR or have sources there is merely able to speculate on how the team functions. Just as I believe there is something fishy going on, you believe it's all happy families at RBR. Perhaps I'm right and you're wrong, or visa versa. Neither of us can know for sure. Sort of a 'Russel's Celestial Teapot' situation. But of course, I wouldn't expect Vettel's #1 fanboy to actually consider that favoritism may lurk within RBR.

FrozenCandle

June 25, 2011 9:27 PM

F1 » Boullier: Renault keen on Webber


Oh what a horribly unrealistic fairy-tale view of Formula 1 and sports in general, that is. Lots of teams have a number one and two driver, midfield teams openly admit that they do. Heidfeld was hired to lead LRGP, Peter Sauber promoted Kobayashi to a team leader role after his good 2010 season, I could go on. But the moment you suggest that a front running team follows the same strategy, people start to get upset. "Oh no, they wouldn't do that. That's unfair". Obviously I don't work for RBR or have any insider information, so my opinion is purely speculation. But I struggle to see how any fan of Formula 1 would believe all the PR-bullcrap about both drivers being given equal opportunity, especially in a sport as cutthroat as this.

FrozenCandle

June 23, 2011 4:57 PM

F1 » Perez to make decision on Valencia outing


I concur with USF1 and Richard. I applauded Perez's mature decision to sit out the Canadian round, but almost a month after his Monaco shunt there's still big 'if's and but's' regarding whether he'll be driving. Does this not strike anyone else as strange? If he needs more time away from the car, then so be it. But there's going to be a lot of unimpressed Mexican sponsors if he makes that decision again.

FrozenCandle

June 23, 2011 4:51 PM

F1 » Trulli casts doubt on F1 future


Always comes across as a very impatient person. I love how he often says it's frustrating being at the back, because he's used to fighting for podiums and victories. Hahaha, since when?! Anyway, if he doesn't like it he can leave. There's plenty of young drivers out there that could benefit from his seat. Go join Fisi in endurance racing.


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