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FatAlfie

April 21, 2015 2:04 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Only team-mate can provide ‘true race’


It could be that the team asked LH to conserve fuel also, but it wasn't aired. We don't know. It could be that NR asked LH to speed up because he knew that following him too closely would shred his tyres and that it would safer for them both to speed up and increase the gap to the following Ferrari. We don't know. Some people get SO uptight over this sport...

FatAlfie

April 21, 2015 1:54 PM

MotoGP » Rossi and Marquez: Racing incident


It seemed to me that MM showed the same behaviour / confidence / arrogance that he has shown many times in the past, when he tried to lean on Rossi. I am a VR fan, and also admire MM's grit, determination and racing attitude, but on Sunday he should have realised that until now he has always gotten lucky in his clashes - it won't always be that way. He was lucky to have walked away - his move could very easily have ended his season, if not his career.

FatAlfie

April 19, 2015 8:04 PM

F1 » Hamilton pulls clear with dominant Bahrain win


George Zaidan: ...what you want to see. They were approaching the pit lane with a car coming out. Rosberg was just plain mad he can't challenge Hamilton and made a crazy move to stay second. His brakes were giving out my butt. Glad Kimi whipped him.
You really think that was an unsafe move? Nobody even came close to contact, the Stewards never batted an eye. I thought it was a great race, and it made me think that it's the driver errors (SV / NR) that make for more exciting racing, and that it's those that are missing from most races. Loved seeing Kimi come from so far back, and it would have been amazing to see him get the win!


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