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mrfill

June 26, 2015 6:03 PM

F1 » Todt vows to bring engine costs down


Gosh - he's turned into a right Little Miss Chatterbox lately. Still not saying much though. Its all very good 'taking responsibility' for not bothering to put a price cap on the engines but there's a few hundred people who have lost their jobs as a direct result of it and I don't suppose for a moment that 'taking responsibility' includes them. Odious little creep.

mrfill

June 26, 2015 6:35 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Assen - Full Qualifying Results


RoyO:
Dan900: I haaaaate BT Sport!!!!!! Working all day tomorrow and the stupid app won't put the video catchup till probably the next day. Anyone have any ideas how I can watch the build up and the race when I get off work @ 15:00?
Me too. No later in the day repeats. But above all we have to put up with the hysterical blabbering of Keith "Verbal Dysentery" Heuwen. This guy is the all time worst commentator in motorsport history, screeching and babbling like he's a pre TV- era horseracing commentator, commenting on his own comments (and Ryder's). A never-wazzer, not even a has-been racer. Rubbish.
You clearly have forgotten Charlie 'nightmare in a bubble car' Cox. I wish I could.

mrfill

June 25, 2015 12:51 PM

F1 » Horner addresses Red Bull exit rumours


benignlyindifferent: I do not fully understand the change in tone. Time will tell. But the Renault bashing has become old as Torro Rosso, with a fraction of the budget and two rookie drivers are consistently challenging or outperforming the RB team. Clearly, their poor performance is only partly related to the Renault power plant. In fact, works team aside, the Torro Rosso boys were able to battle with several of the Mercedes and Ferrari powered teams. The racing is getting closer, third position down, but the works Mercedes still have a significant margin.
Horner is talking about his exit from RBR, not RBR's exit from F1

mrfill

June 25, 2015 1:27 AM

F1 » Wolff demands F1 to stop its negativity


Everything is wonderful. Fans are packing the circuits and TV audiences have reached record levels. All the teams are doing really well and are all awash with money. The races are held at the most exciting venues on the planet and the cars are doing speeds faster than ever before. Every race is a lottery and predicting a winner is absolutely impossible as the competition is so close. We can all watch every race live in HD on a non-subscription channel and have full live timing available too. All the drivers are real characters and not at all pompous, as are all the senior team members. That do Toto?


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