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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.


December 24, 2014 2:56 PM
Last Edited 283 days ago

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 1st

2 things: 1.) YAY! Daniel Ricciardo deserved this reader poll, he has shown excellent racing this year and has made me proud to support him and to be an Australian. He is a like-able guy and adds some character in a world filled with the same old bland interviews describing the "Situation" or "Tyres". 2.) Merry Christmas to all Crash members, I wish you well for the new year and can't wait to get back into action for the 2015 season :) Next year I'd love to see Massa win a race, Ricciardo win the championship, Ferrari back on form, oh and Hamilton wining some races too because that always makes for some great fun with you lot.


December 23, 2014 10:38 PM
Last Edited 291 days ago

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 2nd

StrangeRanger: Please remember that two of Ricciardo's three wins came as a result of Mercedes meltdowns: the ERS system in Canada and Rosberg's ego in Belgium. His win in Hungary was un-assisted and very well deserved..
This is nothing against you personally, I just need to get it off my chest. Nothing annoys me more than when people say "Ricciardo only won because the Mercedes' broke" or something similar in any sport. Who's fault is that the Mercedes broke? Their own. At the end of the day every person finishes exactly where they deserve too, when you think about it. With the exception of team orders. All 3 of Ricciardo's victories were 100% deserved, because he and his team : a.) Built a car which was capable of finishing the races with no mechanical issues. b.) Were in a position to earn the race wins. It was always Ricciardo there behind the Mercs ready to pounce, never Alonso, Vettel, Button, or Raikkonen. c.) Yes, his wins were as a result of the


December 23, 2014 10:40 PM
Last Edited 292 days ago

F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 2nd

c.) Yes, his wins were as a result of the Mercs failing. That's their own fault. Also his overtaking this year has being, perfect. CRASH: I remember that we used to be able to write comments as long, or longer than my previous one. I definitely noticed something changed. What exactly did you change with the comment system? Did you just make it less characters?

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