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1Jez

January 08, 2013 11:27 PM

F1 » Marko lines up new replacement for Webber


I'm curious as to why crash.net moderators viewed my comment about Marko being Vettel-biased (this is broadly accepted as fact and has been mentioned by many other posters already) and destabilising (how could being biased towards one driver NOT be destabilising in a team environment?) was worthy of being removed under the abuse policy?

1Jez

January 08, 2013 3:10 PM
Last Edited 621 days ago

F1 » Marko lines up new replacement for Webber


@Simon - to be fair, Webber put that Jag alongside Schumacher's Ferrari in the days of qualifying running race-start fuel loads. Webber was fueled for about four or five laps while everyone else went on for a significant amount more. I'm also a Webber fan and think Marko needs to pull his head in if he's going to deliver Mateschitz another WCC. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Insulting comments removed.

1Jez

January 08, 2013 2:55 PM

F1 » Maldonado: No plans to change


@tomcol - Rosberg finished the season ninth and di Resta 14th. Both above Maldonado. Tell me again how that is 'good for him (Maldonado)'? He definitely needs to change his 'style' because he's a menace. He ruins not only his, but other guys races as well. He's a liability and likely to hurt someone before his career is out if Sir Frank can't find an alternative revenue stream.

1Jez

January 08, 2013 2:49 PM

F1 » Maldonado: No plans to change


Oh, how this man infuriates me. He thinks this style has granted him success? REALLY? The only time he has succeeded is when he was gifted pole and didn't have any other cars in front of him to crash off the track! The guy simply can not race with anyone else around him. Take a look at his 2012 - he finished 15th in the driver standings and that included a 25 point haul. There were no less than SEVEN drivers ahead of him that didn't win a race. That's seven drivers currently on the grid who are a whole lot more consistent than he is. He didn't get a single point for the next NINE races following his win! If his measure of success is a solitary (and in my opinion, fluke) win and therefore wont change his, ahem, 'style', then he's destined to remain on that single win. He is the most penalised driver in a single season in F1 history. This is the only F1 list he will ever top.

1Jez

December 12, 2012 2:38 PM

F1 » Ricciardo pleased with progress


@CommodoreS - hear, hear. He strikes me as one of the most genuine guys on the grid. With the attitude he has, I sincerely hope he goes far in F1. Regardless, he'll go far in life. Let's just hope that next season he isn't dudded from the pit wall with strategy calls so daft that blind Freddy could see them.

1Jez

December 04, 2012 12:33 AM

F1 » Ferrari expected more of Schumacher at Interlagos


@JohnO - did you not watch the first half of the race? When Vettel was charging back through the field following his spin (that he himself caused), he caught Webber who let him through without issue. The call from the pit wall came over the radio "Thanks Mark". It was as plain to see as the nose on a 2012 F1 car is ugly. Yes, Webber was racing for position off the start. With Vettel's position at that stage securing the championship, why wouldn't he? It was clean racing, so what's the problem?

1Jez

November 30, 2012 2:38 AM

F1 » Maldonado targets title with Williams


@mix - that "amazing self belief" has landed him in more hot water with the stewards than any other driver in Formula 1 history in a single season. He has no chance of winning a title if he carries on with this level of "amazing self belief". He may be quick, but that matters very little if you drive like you're in NASCAR. Lap times don't earn a WDC, finishing in the points does and that is something Maldonado is just no good at. There are no more tickets on Maldonado available, because he holds them all himself. @ghog - I laughed so hard at that I received many a strange look in the office. Gold, sir.

1Jez

November 29, 2012 1:41 PM

F1 » Maldonado targets title with Williams


Ah ha ha ha ha! Two things - firstly, Williams won't be winning any titles while they're so cash-strapped the race seats go to the highest bidder, and secondly, Maldonado won't win a title. Especially when he can't even scrape together a single point in NINE RACES after collecting a fluke win. Even Senna finished in the points more often.


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