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December 03, 2015 12:13 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Racers must be tough, Rosberg ‘complains’ a lot

tommytrojan1: One has to wonder what's to be achieved by 'journalists' (now THERE'S a stretch) even bothering to ask drivers questions like these - let alone print up these sorts of non-articles. They're guaranteed to to write something deliberately provocative and make the drivers appear even dumber. Hamilton - if indeed he actually did say half of this crap - is stating the bleeding obvious. Everyone knows you have to be ruthless and take no prisoners in the game of F1 if you want to win. Duh. It's 'articles' like this that make me despair each time I visit this site hoping for something creative or intelligent to read about the sport I love. CRASH - is there really nothing else to fill these pages?
I don't think Lulu needs any help making himself appear dumb


November 30, 2015 11:45 AM

F1 » Alonso urges F1 to take inspiration from MotoGP

thomps000: MotoGP continues to get quicker, while F1 can never come close to their pace of previous years. MotoGP is the pinnacle of motorcycle racing with the fastest bikes on the planet. F1 needs to get back to that simple conclusion.
Do you even watch F1? The new engines are 110% of the V8 power....Go lay down.
Is this your first year watching? Times are slower now than they were 10 years ago. MotoGP they are constantly breaking circuit records, whereas F1 are barely able to produce a lap quicker than a GP2 car.

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