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Bobkp

February 28, 2012 1:05 PM

F1 » Hill: Button always a dark horse


@jenny How exacty do you figure that Button was happy to follow Vettel around?? He chased Vettel down harder and better than anyone else on the grid. And regarding the passing - better get your facts right love. Button was by far one of the best overtakers of the season last year - a lot of it WITHOUT using DRS. Take the race in Spa as a perfect case in point. Some of the most aggressive, stylish and beautiful overtaking you'll ever see. And then we can talk about Canada if you like - closing your boy Vettel down at over 2 seconds a lap. I suppose that was because of DRS too was it?

Bobkp

February 28, 2012 10:08 AM

F1 » Hill: Button always a dark horse


I really don't know how many times I have to say it, but here it is AGAIN for all the Hamilton fanboy sheep. You keep pratting on about how Button has no raw speed like Hamilton - Really? HAVE A LOOK AT THE FASTEST LAPS FROM LAST SEASON. Ham and But each had 3 fastest laps, but Button HAD MORE faster laps than Hamilton for the season. For heavens sake, give the old 'Button hasn't got the raw pace like Hamilton' dribble a rest will you! You want facts, there's some facts - CHOKE ON IT!

Bobkp

February 23, 2012 6:02 PM

F1 » Button: There can be no excuses


@Pole Position Right, but I guess Hamilton is as good as he thinks he is eh? Despite the last few years of evidence to the contrary. It's all irrelevant anyway. It doesn't matter what Button does, deluded, blind and thick people will always think Hamilton is better or that Button is just no good. If he wins the WDC this year, it wont be because he is better than everyone else, it'll be because everyone else had a bad season - the Hamilton fanclub mantra from last season. It doesn't matter if he wins the WDC for the next 2 or 3 years in a row. *****s will always say it's not cause he's good, but because everyone else had a bad run, or he had a better car than everyone else, or the moons and the planets were all aligned just right so that his star sign gave him more power than everyone else...

Bobkp

February 23, 2012 7:54 AM

F1 » Button: There can be no excuses


@@Pole Position C'mon mate, really? I mean, what more does Button have to do? How can you say he has no chance of the WDC after last years performance? It's the same old crap from the same people. Some drivers just can't get any respect. It's the same as the people who slag Vettel. Sure, he has definitely had the fastest car for the last few years, but Jesus, the boy has skills, without doubt. Is he really as good as his last 2 performances? Well, when he's not in the fastest car I guess we'll find out, but until then I think he fully deserves respect. And by the way, I am NOT a Vettel fan - AT ALL. I can however appreciate talent.

Bobkp

February 22, 2012 7:19 AM

F1 » Wurz returns to Williams


Guys, How well do you think Alex Furgason can kick a goal, or mark an opposing player? Probably not very well at all. That doesn't mean he doesn't know EXACTLY how it should be done and is able to communicate that well to the Man U players that have the physical ability. Wruz is the same, although, don't forget he did ACTUALLY race in F1 - not too shabby as far as world motor sport is concerned I think you would all agree. He may not have been the fastest, then or now, but that doesn't mean he can't coach others to be better.

Bobkp

February 18, 2012 12:02 PM

F1 » Opinions remain divided over Massa


I am NOT a Massa supporter, and in fact, I was laughing my butt off in 2008 when Hamilton stole the WDC from him. But when I look back now, that was just bad form. He was the best driver in 2008 and fully deserved the title. True, his form the last few seasons has been less than inmpressive, but it's a silly person who writes Massa off so easily. I think he fully deserves everyones respect and another chance this year. Ferrari obviously agree. Watch this space... P.S. GO JENSON! haha

Bobkp

February 15, 2012 7:55 PM
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F1 » Mateschitz: Webber will get equality


@Mark In the Turkey incidendt, Webber was already completely on the left hand side of the track with his wheels on the white line while Vettel is still 2 car lengths behind him....because this is the racing line, not because he was trying to intimidate Vettel, who was 2 car lengths behind at this stage. He then moves to the right and Vettel takes up position on his left. Then what happens...TAKE A LOOK AT THE ON BOARD FOOTAGE. Webber moves to the right as Vettel moves up beside him, giving him room. The reason they crashed is because Vettel moved too far to the right too early. Look at the footage if you regain your sight! At no stage was Vettel pushed off the track, so how you think this is the same as the shumi rubens incident is completely beyond me.

Bobkp

February 15, 2012 7:51 PM

F1 » Mateschitz: Webber will get equality


@Mark It appears that you have absolutely no knowledge of F1 or motor racing in general. That along with the fact that you must be blind and a little bit special me thinks. Shumi moves his car from one side of the track to the other to push Rubens into the wall. By the time he is finsihed, Rubens is COPMLETELY off the track. Go on youtube and look for yourself, Rubens is pushed completely over the white line and within an inch of the wall.

Bobkp

February 15, 2012 8:49 AM

F1 » Mateschitz: Webber will get equality


@Mark Yes, shumi did squeeze rubens. No, there was no contact but hell yes shumi deserved a penalty. And I'm sorry, but you see no difference between this incident and the Redbull Turkey incident?? ARE YOU EVEN SERIOUS? Were you actually watching the race, and subsequent 1000 replays, with your eyes open, or were you just using the force? Shumi moved into Rubens path by more than a car width and pushed him towards a wall. Webber kept his car in the same position. There was enough room on the inside for Vettel, and he took it. He put his car there and Webber's car never once moved towards him, in fact, if you actually watch the incident closely, his car moves ever so slightly AWAY from Vettel to the right. Unfortunately, not as far to the right as Vettel then decided to move his car, straight into the path of Webbers car. Anyone who denies this, is clearly on drugs, because it's not just my opinion, it's fact. LOOK AT THE FOOTAGE! WEBBER DOES NOT SQUEEZE VETTEL. IN FACT, QUITE THE


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