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ilovesushi

August 24, 2014 8:24 PM

F1 » Wolff: Rosberg felt ‘he needed to make a point’


Hamilton has always driven like he owns the track and you have to get out of his way, a bit like Massa. So Nico gets alongside and does not back out. Ham makes room or there will be contact, which is what happened. Nico absolutely needed to show Lewis that he will not back down. Will Lewis learn from this? Maybe, but I doubt it. Nico would never deliberately damage Ham's car or his own. There is too much at stake. Niki and Toto say it was stupid so early in the race. Why was Nico so desparate to get past? Well, guys, they are fighting tooth and nail for the title. It’s gloves off, and it’s what I want to see. It’s called motor racing. By the same token, Niki, if it was only lap 2, why did Lewis fight so hard when Nico was faster and obviously going to get by sooner or later? He wanted to get in the lead and try to build a gap before the stops. Typical Hamikton fans booing. They behave like their hero. For me it was a racing incident and both were at fault. True it was a shame for Me

ilovesushi

August 24, 2014 6:06 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg admits he hit me deliberately


Niki and Toto say it was stupid so early in the race. Why was Nico so desparate to get past? Well, guys, they are fighting tooth and nail for the title. It’s gloves off, and it’s what I want to see. It’s called motor racing. By the same token, Niki, if it was only lap 2, why did Lewis fight so hard when Nico was faster and obviously going to get by sooner or later. He wanted to get in the lead and try to build a gap before the stops. Typical Hamilton fans booing. They behave like their hero. For me it was a racing incident and both were at fault. True it was a shame for Merc not to get a one-two, but are they really in any danger of not winning the constructors title? I doubt it. I don't believe the headline though. Hamilton is stupid but not tgat stupid. Why would Nico deliberately risk damaging his own or Hams car???

ilovesushi

August 24, 2014 6:17 PM

F1 » Magnussen hit with post-race penalty


Mansell did a fantastic job at Silverstone by letting the drivers fight hard and not interferring. Shame he was not the steward at Spa. Mag's penalty will only serve to stop drivers from fighting hard, when all we, the fans want to see is exactly what we saw today....Motor racing...at it's best. Charlie W said it was just that Mag exceeded the limits by forcing Ferdy off, but Ferdy was fighting just as hard and that's why he went so wide. F1=Nanny state.

ilovesushi

July 12, 2014 11:11 AM
Last Edited 64 days ago

F1 » Whiting: McLaren proposed standing starts


F1 is becoming more fake and more ridiculous, every day and I am at the point of turning my back after more than 50 years. You and Bernie really need to understand why the global viewing figures have dropped by a third in the last couple of years. Who is going to be watching the race in Tajikistan apart from you, a couple of Tajiks and the donkeys they came on?

ilovesushi

July 12, 2014 10:59 AM

F1 » Whiting: McLaren proposed standing starts


My email to CW: Dear Charlie, When the cars are following the safety car after in incident, their tyres get cooler, fact. Obviously if the cars stop completely the tyres are going to cool even more and tyre pressure drops as well, fact. Plus cars may be running on tyres which are nearly worn out. So a standing start is just asking for trouble, to say nothing of the fact that the engines and brakes will all get very hot when they stop, increasing the risk of component failure as we have seen this year. At least a rolling start reduces the above risks and allows the leader some chance of keeping the lead he has worked very hard for. A standing start is a lottery where anything can happen. You have that risk at the start of the race and you want to do it again, one, or more times during the race? This, to make it more exciting? It is a joke! And may I say that the drivers, who probably do know what the risks are, don't like it at all. But since when did the FIA, or Bernie ever listen to

ilovesushi

July 12, 2014 11:06 AM

F1 » Whiting: McLaren proposed standing starts


But since when did the FIA, or Bernie ever listen to the drivers? Maybe your friend at McLaren should spend less time coming up with stupid and potentially very dangerous ideas and concentrate on building Jenson a decent and preferably, race winning car! Last. Your British GP comment that Lauda doesn't know anything about safety is as ridiculous as it is insulting. Niki Lauda, perhaps more than any driver past or present, is very well aware of the dangers. He sees his scars in the mirror every single day. He is also correct when he says that there are too many rules and penalties. F1 is becoming like Sweden. A nanny state. This is motor racing. So let them race! Thank goodness Mansell, a consummate racer himself, was the race steward at Silverstone. He let them get on with it because it was fantastic and it is what we, the fans want to see. Then again, nobody ever listens to the fans, do they! F1 is becoming more fake and more ridiculous, every day and I am at the point of turning my b

ilovesushi

July 07, 2014 9:44 PM
Last Edited 70 days ago

F1 » Horner praises ‘great racing’ between Vettel and Alonso


I thought it was great racing. Alonso's battle with Jenson, which he says he enjoyed, and then an epic fight with Seb. They both complained, one about the other, which I felt was unnecessary, but really great racing which, is what we all want to see. I wrote to CW saying that all these silly rules and penalties just get in the way of what F1 or even club saloon car racing is all about. Balls out racing, fighting tooth and nail for position. F1 is in danger of becoming like Sweden. A nanny state! Stewards please shut up and just let the drivers get on with it.


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