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June 30, 2013 7:16 PM
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F1 » Pirelli promises investigation after Silverstone failures

Shamarone- Indy 2005 has nothing in common with what happened today. The issue there was due to the track being diamond cut prior to the race and AFTER Michelin had performed safety checks. There was an option of adding an addition chicane to slow the cars down on the run up to the start/finish straight which Bernie declined IIRC. I may be wrong. Also, this has nothing to do with the tyre performance being reduced. It is not as if this is the first year that Pirelli have supplied the tyres, nor is this the first occassion that this has happened. Today was insane and, praise whichever God/whoever you wish, no-one was hurt. People have died due to much less. Finally, what the hell does this have to do with MotoGP? It's like comparing Eastenders with an Oscar winning film. Just because cameras are used to film them, does not mean they are remotely alike. You would be just as well saying 'PREMIERSHIP FOOTBALL TAKE NOTE! If you use Pirelli on your boots, everyone will slip and fall!1!!'


March 24, 2013 8:35 PM

F1 » Vettel backtracks, admits he ignored team orders

I feel like this is an AA meeting: My name is Pixie Hickies and I love motorsport! Today was a total joke. Team orders should not be a part of ANY race. Especially this early in the season. I do concede that the team should be bigger than any individual, therefore they make the call. However I find it hard to separate the ones that I love watching as opposed to the ones that win. Generally I get involved in the 'what if..' discussions. Not today. I could spend ages to put my POV across. I won't. The ramifications of today will last for the rest of the season. I also fear that the one that should have won will be that loses in the grand scheme of things. TLDR Vettel acted like Casey Stoner today. Another whiny self entitled bitch.


March 16, 2013 7:41 PM

F1 » Heavy rain forces qualifying postponement

I apologise if this has already been covered by previous posters. The conditions today were untenable. The only outcome would have been a half-arsed grid, red flags and major damage for the vast majority of the teams. And I am not talking about only mechanical damage. The conditions were dangerous and unpredictable. With the best will in the world, you cannot guarantee safety for all involved. I would prefer to have qually postponed rather than have a minutes silence for someone.

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