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Wiseguy

October 31, 2014 4:41 PM

F1 » Button doesn’t rule out WEC instead of F1


cleon: Bloody shame that one of the best drivers on the grid may have to leave F1. He has beaten Perez and is now beating Mags who is supposed to be a top rookie. The fact is the new kids on the block are no match for the world champions racing on the grid at the moment bar one. I heard Ron say in an interview that he wants the best drivers at Mclaren well JB is in that category, not only is JB a quality driver he is a gentleman as well which don't seem to mean much nowadays as F1 is going the way of most other sports where being cool and high profile seems to be the way to go, and its then a plus if you are epic at your sport.. Good luck JB I hope Ron and some of Mclaren shareholders come to their senses.
Cleon you are spot on. Jason does not need the fame and fortune any longer and should walk out with his head high after giving R Dennis the 2 fingers. Wishing that the anticipated deal with Alonso fails and that R Dennis ens up with a Maldonaldo for 2015. Sis.

Wiseguy

October 17, 2014 3:34 PM
Last Edited 138 days ago

F1 » Prost’s shock at FIA in Japan


Lets hope that the FIA will learn from this accident and ensure that it never happens again The idea of the race director restricting the speed of all the cars by remote control in such circumstances is an excellent initiative that would also work when there is a bad pile up. We have the technology ... why not use it. F1 is relatively safe today because, more than 40 years ago, Jackie Stewart, like Prost. became very angry and demanded that cars and tracks be improved to make racing more safe at a time when drivers were being maimed or killed needlessly at every 2nd or 3rd race week-end. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Inappropriate comments removed.

Wiseguy

October 01, 2014 5:55 PM

F1 » No decision on McLaren F1 drivers – Honda


Taipan: It doesn't take any great skill in reading between the lines to work out that Button/Magnussen aren't Honda's first choice line up. They have told McLaren who they want, surely if that had been Button and Magnussen they would have been confirmed by now? How much will Alonso cost? will he answer the phone? would he put up with devious Dennis again? questions, questions....
Taipan is spot on. It is typical devious Dennis to treat his drivers with such contempt. Surely he must realise that their options for 2015 diminish exponentially the longer thay have to wait. I hope Alonso's common sense is as good as his driving skills and that he tells devious Dennis to go to hell at the 11th hour too!

Wiseguy

September 21, 2014 9:10 PM

F1 » Rosberg calls for improved reliability


I do not believe in conspiracy theories, but too many weird incidents have been happening at Mercedes for it to be coincidence. LeisuresuitLarry has got it all wrong. Rosberg was leading the championship because he is as fast as Lewis but much much easier on the car. Lewis may have the upper hand in raw speed but he is mistake prone. It is a bit like the relative skills of Prost and Senna. Furthermore both drivers have had car failures that have resulted in changes in the lead for the WC. I am a great fan of both and lets hope that racing and not strange car failures will decide the championship.

Wiseguy

August 24, 2014 5:46 AM

F1 » Hamilton blames front brake issue


Poor Hamilton cannot do a thing right. He has given us some of the most epic drives ever seen in F1 in 2014 and yet he keeps getting bashed for everything he says. He would still get abuse if he said nothing! I for one appreciate the fact that, like Senna, he always drives on the limit. This is what makes F1 exciting. Long may it last.

Wiseguy

August 25, 2014 6:07 PM

F1 » Rosberg v Hamilton: Have your say


If you look at the picture that accompanies this article, you will notice that Nico is abreast of Lewis' car and Lewis must have been aware of Nico's presence. You will also notice that lewis has plenty of road space on the right side of his car. I think that when Lewis accellerated out of the corner, he drifted to the left and his rear wheel made contact with Nico' wing and the rest is history. There are 2 points to be made about this incident: 1. Nico was correct to maintain his line - why should he have to go off the road when Lewis had so much space to avoid the contact? 2. Lewis should use his head more often to avoid the silly accidents that have been his trade mark for so long. Mea culpa old boy!

Wiseguy

August 24, 2014 4:01 PM

F1 » Rosberg booed on Spa podium


It was a racing accident pure and simple and the move by Nico was no different from similar moves by Lewis at earlier races. But I feel very sorry for Lewis all the same. He deserves better luck. The booing was unfortunate and inexcusable. Like Eddie Jordam commented, all 3 drivers on the podium deserved a round of applause.

Wiseguy

July 30, 2014 5:15 PM

F1 » Ecclestone seeks settlement to end bribery trial


I am from an African country and we are always accused by the West of being corrupt. Let me assure you that we have a long way to go to match the likes of Eccelstone and Gribkowski. In point of fact we learn all the dirty tricks from the West who never stop bribing our politicians for big contracts. The offer of $44.0 million is clearly an admission of guilt by Eccelstone and he should be made to join Gribkowski in jail. Imagine the two of them sharing a cell! As for Briatore, his enduring relationship with Eccelstone is cause for concern. He blotted his copy book an should keep away from the sport. I fail to see what F1 will gain by getting him involved when there are so many competent people with clean records to choose from.

Wiseguy

July 30, 2014 5:17 PM

F1 » Ecclestone seeks settlement to end bribery trial


I am from an African country and we are always accused by the West of being corrupt. Let me assure you that we have a long way to go to match the likes of Eccelstone and Gribkowski. In point of fact we learn all the dirty tricks from the West who never stop bribing our politicians for big contracts. The offer of $44.0 million is clearly an admission of guilt by Eccelstone and he should be made to join Gribkowski in jail. Imagine the two of them sharing a cell! As for Briatore, his enduring relationship with Eccelstone is cause for concern. He blotted his copy book an should keep away from the sport. I fail to see what F1 will gain by getting him involved when there are so many competent people with clean records to choose from.


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