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January 06, 2015 11:56 PM

F1 » Caterham F1 negotiations ‘annoyingly slow’

What happened to the good old days of F1 where we had smaller teams running around just fine? I think the sport is simply too expensive, that and a mix of the dominant teams taking all the cake. I don't see a reason why a team such as Caterham and Marussia can't score even one point. Heck, Marussia scored points this season and it was one of my favourite things that happened last year. With some young quick ambitious drivers, and interesting races, I'm sure a backmarker team could get a few points per year.


January 12, 2015 8:44 AM

F1 » McLaren to launch on January 29

Fullofit: And do you think F1 team colours and livery come from the drivers sponsors? Really? Jenson & Johnny Walker ... HAHAHAHAHA! Kids ...
Nobody said that the drivers sponsors are solely in-charge of the livery of the cars. However if you look at the Randstad, Johnny Walker, Blackberry, Santander, and Venezuela logo's you will notice they are all exactly the same on the F1 car as their official logo. Do you honestly think that the companies spending millions of dollars sponsoring a driver/team don't have a say in what colour their car is painted?


December 30, 2014 11:58 PM

F1 » Bianchi 'continues to fight', begins rehabilitation therapy

I'm not sure if anybody else feels the same way, but I have a feeling that Bianchi's injuries are less severe than that of Schumachers (ever so slightly). If that is the case, then hopefully that leads to a faster recovery for Jules. He is a great driver, has access to the best medical professionals in the world, and I trust he will be making a strong recovery.

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