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mrfill

November 03, 2014 11:36 PM

F1 » F1: Double points could ‘overshadow season’ – Wolff


How can it 'overshadow the season'? The objective is to collect more points than any other driver. Been that way for years. If one driver has more points at the end of the season than the next, he will become champion. It matters not one jot how many wins each has had. If you want Bernie's half-witted medal idea, go and shout through his letterbox. And while you're at it, add a bit about how stupid double points are. Will we get more changes next year like quadruple points for the last race and half points for any race in a country with an A in its name?

mrfill

November 03, 2014 10:47 AM

F1 » Fifth F1 win in a row for Hamilton in Austin


cleon:
bob jane:
cleon:
bob jane: does not matter in the last 2 races ,Dan is the driver and racer of the year..punched well above his teammate and his reno PU...cool head with no racing mistakes all year
rubbish. his team-mate was always overrated Dan just doing what the likes Vergne would do to Vettel in the same car.
I can see you didnt watch dan in the torro he flogged jev on the sat and drive on less tyres on the sunday and still beat him...rubbish to u
Wow 7 points difference between Ricciardo and Vergne in 2013, I'm sure the gap between Ricciardo and Vettel is bigger than that. As i said Vettel is just being exposed by a very good driver.
Comparing different people in different cars and then trying to draw some perverse conclusion is idiotic,


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