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July 01, 2014 10:51 AM

F1 » EXCLUSIVE: Jenson Button Q&A - Pt.1

Jenson should be nick named Mr Teflon. He is so smooth and always so positive. Nothing bad to stick on him. He may not be the fastest in F1 but he is always there or thereabouts. Having done it all, his experience has to be invaluable particularly when the cars lack performance as they do right now! Lets hope that McLaren will keep him going for another year to two.


June 25, 2014 6:27 AM

F1 » Massa feared he would not finish

Lets face it Felipe, your races at Ferrari and now at Williams have a long history of your position being compromised at pit stops. If Smedley is responsible for your race strategy then you should fire him straight away. I also do not understand why you always seem to fade away as the race progresses? Is it a physical or mental problem? Your skills are not in doubt.


June 11, 2014 2:17 PM

F1 » Perez hits back at Smedley

Poor Felipe is one unlucky guy. Losing the world championship in 2008 because of that refuelling incident in Singapore and, later on, being denied the WC by Hamilton overtaking Glock in the last quarter of the last lap of the Brazilian GP is unlucky! To be nearly killed in Hungary in 2009 by the spring from Barrichello's car is also unlucky. However, this time he was not unlucky but dumb. Felipe had no business trying a passing manoeuvre so close to the Force India when he had so much space to his left. The lucky guy was Vettel who missed being hit by the Williams by the narrowest of margins. It could have been tragic.


May 29, 2014 4:56 PM

F1 » Ricciardo: I knew I could challenge Vettel

Ricciardo is a rare find indeed. So fresh and unassuming and yet so fast consistant and competitive. It must be hard for SV to swallow. Looking forward to DR leading the rest of the F1 circus behind Mercedes once more in Canada. He will win soon, given that the 2 Merc drivers are bound to take each other out sooner or later after Hamilton's stupid comment that he will deal with the Monaco problem by taking a leaf out of Senna's book.


May 25, 2014 9:21 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I gave it all I could - fairly

What all this illustrates about LH is that in spite of his 4 wins, the relentless pressure from NR is getting to him. First of all, his "rich boy poor boy" winge about his background was uncalled for. Then his sulking yesterday was very unsportmanlike and now this " fairly" bulls$&@ is really out of line. He is an outstanding driver who will need to grow up quickly if he is to echieve true greatness.


May 22, 2014 6:46 PM

F1 » Montezemolo: Alonso ‘the best driver in the world’

The top 4 drivers on the grid are able to be the best in the right team with the right car as demonstrated by Hamilton on the winning side and Vettel on the losing side in 2014. The difference with Alonso however is that he was able to consistently ourperform his car from rows 3 & 4 to podium finishes since joining Ferrari. He was very unlucky not to have won at least 2 world championships during that time. This is why I agree with Luca (for once) that FA is the best. Viva Fernando viva!


May 13, 2014 2:48 AM

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg gave me one of my toughest races

Trying to guess the outcome of a contest between LH and SV in the Mercedes is pointless as it cannot happen. Better to compare SV with Riccardo and I would suggest the SV is coming out 2nd best. But more to the point, by consistently outperforming Rosberg, LH is giving 2 fingers to his critics. And lets not rubbish his performance by putting Rosberg down because Rosberg is also one of the best. Viva LH!


May 06, 2014 3:29 PM

F1 » Mansell: Hamilton close to perfection

Eisch! You guys are hard to please. Hamilton is a hugely talented driver and when he first arrived on the scene, I thought that we had another Shumi in the making. We was blindlingly fast but prone to silly mistakes (inexperience + pressure + inferior car). Given a good team and a good car, he is able to drive within the envelope for a change and able to show the results that eluded him for so long. If his car had not broken down in Australia it would be 4 out of 4 MrFill! Nigel is spot on with his assessment.


May 01, 2014 6:06 AM

F1 » Remembering Senna: The Drivers

Senna was a reckless nutcase who could not accept defeat. The way he took Prost and Mansell out of races on a number of occasions was madness. The way R Dennis and Senna gloated after winning the world championship from Prost in Japan by foul play was sickening. Punching Eddy Irvine for daring to overtake him in a race is more proof of what I am saying. My theory about Imola is that Schumacher's sudden success and speed in the previous 2 races was a shock to him. To stay ahead of Shumi, he entered Tamburello too quickly, the car bottomed and he lost control. It was a sad day and a great loss. But Prost, Schumi, Alonso, Hamilton and Vettel were and are just as good without being so reckless and intolerant.

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