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May 28, 2015 8:06 AM

F1 » Wolff: Hamilton said staying out 'not good'

sgbus1: Sorry Hami haters but I'm afraid your hatred is turning your brains into mush. Yes Hamilton may have flapped (albeit unnecessarily) thinking other drivers may have pitted BUT the team could see the bigger picture that he couldn't. That's their job, and all they had to do was reassure their man that no one had in fact pitted and were never going to. Put the hatred to one side, look at it objectively and it's 100% Mercedes fault. Period.
Well, well, well, what do we have here?? A statement finished with word "period". Well I guess I better change my opinion now from being based on facts to being based on your "mush". Just in case you are also feeling a little mushy, consider this...the steering wheel was in Lulu's hands. He turned the car into the pit lane. No matter what Mercedes said, he made the CHOICE to pit the car. The decision lay with him.


May 13, 2015 9:12 PM

F1 » Ricciardo ponders Kvyat development contribution

Racemaster: Ricciardo is likely ready to strangle the author of this article for painting him in such a bad light. Article makes him out as a bit pompous. Kind of hard to knock Kvyat when the car has been so dog slow AND unreliable. Whether they stay or go, things at Red Bull are in chaos at the moment. Would seem ripe for a shake up. Problem is, where will they find their next Renault, Adrian Newey or Sebastian Vettel? They have pretty much wrung all they could from those that got them those championships and now they are seemingly in death spasm.
But if the author didn't write it this way we wouldn't get the responses from the usual posters with their childish nicknames. Now that wouldn't be any fun, would it?

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