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izybluffen

March 28, 2013 1:08 AM
Last Edited 469 days ago

F1 » Marko insists all is well at Red Bull


I agree team orders should not be used so early in a season to favour a driver and they weren't. It was "you guys can race until the last pitstop then wind the cars back and bring them home" Seb couldn't get past Mark before the last pitstop and like Topgun - broke a major rule of engagement - going below the seadeck - Attacking after the last pitstop. So what if Mark is No.2. Until Bieber clears off in the points then Mark has every right to win. You're now contradicting yourself.

izybluffen

March 28, 2013 12:56 AM
Last Edited 469 days ago

F1 » Marko insists all is well at Red Bull


@ cknopp - So Seb wants team orders to benefit himself, like "get Mark out of the way", the same time Webber started pulling fastest laps and left Bieber in the dust, but then wont follow team orders after Mark turned his engine down to finish the race ??? It's not very often Mark is quicker than Seb but that day he was and deserved the win. If Bieber was faster then why didn't he pass Mark before the last pitstop when Mark was on full power. The answer is he couldn't and waited until Mark turned his fuel down which is cheating, dirty and shows him to be the spoilt brat he is. I would love to see Ferdi, Kimi or Lulu in the same team as Bieber. Things would be very different. BTW what makes you think that an extra title due to car makes Bieber a better driver than Ferdi ??? Majority of people, team owners and fans think Ferdi is better. Also Bieber does not like turbos.

izybluffen

March 28, 2013 12:15 AM
Last Edited 469 days ago

F1 » Marko insists all is well at Red Bull


@ Richard - Still going at it hammer and tongs hey ??? Let's ask a different question then: When has Mark ever not followed team orders and stolen a win off Bieber ??? The answer is never. But Bieber has now and then there is Turkey. I'm all for racing aswell and I don't like team orders either, but these aren't the good old days and because of tyres, engines, gearboxes etc I understand and accept the team trying to span the whole season making parts last. Bieber has crashed into Mark trying to steal a win (another sucker punch with his engine turned down)which has caused the whole rift in the first place which RB engineered, then we have Malaysia. Beiber goes way beyond what Mark has ever done. Also Schumi and Senna never broke team orders, only gentlemen's agreements between drivers which is one thing but not following team orders is a whole other bag of trouble. Marko should indeed be sacked, if anyone.

izybluffen

March 26, 2013 7:27 AM
Last Edited 471 days ago

F1 » Watson: Red Bull needs to suspend Vettel


@ Ptolemy - You are a biased and you're drunk ! Webber DID NOT cause the crash in Turkey for the LAST GOD DAMN TIME. Vettel turned across TOO EARLY. The start at Brazil is a pathetic talking point. Yeah Mark did not follow orders at Silverstone but it was not for a victory and after all the crap RB put Mark through and after Turkey and now this RB and Seb still owe Mark big time. Bottom line is Seb: 1- Didn't follow team orders 2- Didn't turn his engine down 3- Deceitfully attacked when he knew he shouldn't 4- Lied about it 5- Made a pathetic apology not worth jack 6- Should have got a tooth knocked out 7- Tarnished his own name like Schumi 8- Stole a win 9- Caused an uproar in the sport 10- Showed his true colours which will never get him in the history books as a great no matter what he does. EDIT by CRASH.NET! WARNING. Stop personal attacks on posters.

izybluffen

March 26, 2013 9:24 AM

F1 » Watson: Red Bull needs to suspend Vettel


@ Richard - You're dreaming mate. 80% of the world knew Turkey was Vettel's fault. The other 20% were fanboys. You need to go to spec savers if Mark didn't give enough room. If there wasn't Seb would never have got along side hey ? Also Webber was also in fuel save mode which you know damn well and the same thing happened on this stunt. Show me proof Mark admitted he didn't give enough room. I'll show you proof Seb lied and admitted to not following orders, well I don't need to because it's everywhere !!! You are going to defend Seb no matter what and continue to blow smoke and mirrors to no avail. Go you hardest, you cant keep this charade up when Seb has already admitted he is in the wrong and backtracked on it.

izybluffen

March 25, 2013 10:10 AM

F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Sebastian Vettel - right or wrong?


@ Tarzan - You're kidding right ? Everybody knows Turkey 2010 was 100% Beibers fault. If you think about it Seb has just pulled the same dirty stinking stunt he pulled back then: When it got to that point in the race where it was time to turn engines down etc, Seb turned his up and went for it, but got left with egg on his face with a DNF. This time round he is owed a black eye, why not 2 ! Seb is earning himself a bad legacy like Schumi. Every top 100 driver poll always show Schumi being put down the list because of his ethics etc. The same will happen to Beiber. Schumi was that good he didn't need to cheat, but did it anyway. Beiber on the other hand is not in the same league as Schu was and it's been proven that with real competion Seb is not that good.


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