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Taipan

June 10, 2014 8:53 AM

F1 » Perez hits back at Smedley


After watching the replays there is one camera view from quite far behind the incident that shows quite clearly that Perez moves a good 2 or 3 feet to the left, almost as though he was lining up to pass Vettel which was never going to happen because he was way too far behind. That's what caused the accident. Massa did move a fraction to his right, I'm talking inches, which seems rather strange but the contact would have happened regardless due to the distance that Perez moved to his left.

Taipan

June 10, 2014 8:59 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Canadian Grand Prix


kenny45: facts are there but not for emotions like this. I.M.O mecedes is making sure that niko becomes the champion. IF Lewis has one more dnf than we know for sure
Kenny did you fall out the stupid tree? Why would any team spend millions building a car then pay a driver millions to drive it, then sabotage his car so that he couldn't win? And if you really believe that it's favouritism why are Mercedes paying Lulu 20m per year and Nico 11m per year?

Taipan

June 10, 2014 10:45 AM

F1 » Massa insists win was possible


theoldgitspeaks: Not driving like that it was'nt, he had had a number of laps to get by and had failed, I think his move was desperate in the extreme, felt very sorry for Perez who had driven a super race with failing brakes and then gets penalised for "causing an accident" can't see it myself I've watched a rerun a number of times and Massa braked far too late.
So while watching the repeats numerous times you still haven't noticed Perez move to his left and into Massa? How very strange, time for an eye test old git.

Taipan

June 10, 2014 9:54 AM

F1 » Rosberg takes positives from extending lead


Walker, Since some (daft) people like comparing this pair to Prost and Senna there's a great story from '88 of brains out doing "speed" At Monza Prost qualified second behind Senna but found out early on in the race that his engine had a terminal problem. Instead of nursing his engine Prost turned every thing up to max knowing that Senna would try and fight him, which he did. After quite a battle Prost's car gave up at around the two thirds distance but Senna had used so much fuel fighting him that he had to dramatically turn down his engine to save fuel which put him under pressure from the Ferrari's, while fighting to stay ahead of the Ferrari's he tripped over a back marker with a couple of laps to go which put him out of the race and kept Prost's championship alive. A perfect example of a driver fuelled by a well functioning brain out doing a driver fuelled by ego.

Taipan

June 10, 2014 1:47 AM

F1 » Wolff sorry to let Hamilton down


George, I certainly think it was a big mistake for Lulu to start playing mind games with Nico, he's clearly not equipped to see it through. Since he pulled the "Nico isn't up for the fight" nonsense Nico has scored 43 points and Lulu has scored 18 points and has had a public meltdown, Nico has the measure of him on the mental front and he's doing OK on the driving front too.

Taipan

June 09, 2014 10:03 PM

F1 » Wolff sorry to let Hamilton down


rob01: the team can see all temps Sasha the oracle. Why do you think Toto apologized? and as i told you Lewis had more rear brake dialed in.
Why did Toto apologise to Lulu? I can't believe you haven't worked that one out Rob, to try and prevent the inevitable Lulu melt down that happens during most races where he blames the team for derailing him. And stop being so rude to Sasha his points were perfectly reasonable. You do seem to get more unpleasant every time Lulu gets fairly beaten.....

Taipan

June 10, 2014 1:30 AM

F1 » Wolff sorry to let Hamilton down


George Zaidan: I read some where, where he is griping about 2 DNF, he probably need to have a chat with Vettel.
Yeah he had a whine about that, I don't remember Nico whining that he had 3 mechanical DNF's last year compared to Lulu's one, or the team orders nonsense that gifted Lulu a podium. Funny thing is I've never particularly rated Nico or been much of a fan of his, but he's grown a lot in my estimations this year. Anyone but Lulu, all I can say really.

Taipan

June 10, 2014 1:23 AM

F1 » Wolff sorry to let Hamilton down


George Zaidan: I'm not into the technicalities, but didn't Nico solve his problem by doing something to his front breaks instead of the rear, to relieve the over heating?
Nico had the wherewithal to ask earlier in the race what brake balance Lulu was running, the answer was more rearward balance. (not a question that you normally hear a driver ask) seems like Nico realised that there was an issue looming so he chose to run with more front brake bias and probably had a little laugh when he found out Lulu was running a rear brake bias. He might not be the best F1 driver ever but he's a fairly switched on cookie by the sounds of it.


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