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November 05, 2014 12:33 PM

F1 » ‘I don’t care’ if double points decides F1 title – Rosberg

F1 is judged as the pinnacle of motor racing and their drivers considered the elite of motor sport drivers. Assuming this is the case, naturally attaining the WDC by default through this double points fiasco at this stage would only be regarded as the most undeserving WDC in recent memory by those who matter the most, your peers. But it is what it is and should you pick up the WDC this way in your heart of hearts you will surely know it wasn't earned with the credit it deserves. Add to this you are relying on Lewis to have a DNF to accomplish this goal and it becomes more evident that you really don't deserve it., this year at any rate. Nevertheless, good luck with that thought process Nico!


September 23, 2014 11:23 PM
Last Edited 584 days ago

F1 » Rosberg wants 'F1 constructors’ title out of the way’

107SS2009: Stick with what you wrote? why was all you wrote dilated? what was the intention behind all that? Some can best be compared to whitewashedtombes.
You really don't know when to stop. Quit while your ahead, It's deleted by the way. Try a spell-check before your prolific posting. Take a break you need it. EDIT by CRASH.NET! Please note that not all contributors have english as their native language.


September 23, 2014 10:34 PM

F1 » Rosberg wants 'F1 constructors’ title out of the way’

107SS2009: Sometime ago a new trend was started on here by some (good intentioned!) clever Individuals whereupon when they are in a dialogue with others and runs out of arguments they dilates their own posts with the intention of leaving the other poster/s post hanging in the air and sounding meaningless. Just about 15 minutes ago this clever trend was extended to a post on here that was moderated (censored) as it was deemed as a personal attack, this post couldn’t have been dilated by the moderator as it was already moderated (censored). Clever indeed and goes to show the characters of some posters on here.
Please let's not fall into paranoia, I'm still here and I'm glad you got the opportunity to see what I wrote as I'll stick by what I mentioned. No falling short of an argument here.


September 23, 2014 7:00 PM

F1 » Rosberg wants 'F1 constructors’ title out of the way’

tommytrojan1: No offence, Taz - just don't see the need - even if in jest - to stir up negative feelings when there aren't any among any of the Crash community! :-)
If I may touch on your comment by adding my own observation. The tone amongst the posters here has definitely changed. Once upon a time, there use to be an atmosphere of friendly banter between apposing posters here, regrettably the comments nowadays have (for want of a better word) become bad-natured and petty. Entrenchment has become the norm and it's vastly becoming trolls-R-us on here now.


September 22, 2014 2:48 PM
Last Edited 587 days ago

F1 » Hamilton takes F1 title lead as Rosberg retires

107SS2009, What are you on about. Firstly let's drop this fan-boy crap. If you dislike this bloke that's your prerogative don't however confuse this continuous fan-boy rhetoric you have a tendency to use for anyone objecting to your way of thinking for what I have put out. Are you comparing apples and pears or what? He was put at the back of the grid on account of Nico's lack of race craft and he intuitively requested to preserve his engine for the next race on account of his allocation being high. After all he was going nowhere for the best part of the race, finally agreed by the team. Lulu this, fan-boy that give credit where it's due and let bygones be bygones, no hard feelings 107.

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