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August 30, 2014 7:45 PM

F1 » Button admits retirement is possible

Gazza1JB: I think Massa has got a 2 year deal so he wont be replacing him. + wages don't mean much to Button, if u remember he signed for mclaren as world champion on like £5 million a year for 2 years in 2010, then he beat Hamilton in champ in 2011 and they throw a 15 million 3 year contract in his lap and said plz sign now! (for 2012) Im sure he would be happy to go back to a 2-5 million contract with the right team.
He signed for McLaren for £6m because he was on $3m with Brawn GP which wasnt extended when Merc took over the racing firm. So he still got more money than he was at Brawn GP
He took a pay cut to help Brawn in its firrst year on the understanding if he won it would be reviewed they took so long anyway he went to McLaren and told his manager to get him a drive for whatever they offered


August 31, 2014 7:10 PM

F1 » McLaren ‘not in a position’ to get F1 stars – Dennis

Supermario: Why do you want to spend big money on driver, Denis? McLaren should spend more money on car rather than drivers. Look at Red Bull, Ricciardo is doing really well. There's faster and better competitive young drivers Formula One. They can deliver what team wants if they got competitive and reliable car in hand. I want to see Honda demanding to McLaren for to sign Kobayashi. He deserves to drive good car instead of car like Caterham.
Kobayashi is only driving an F1 car because his fans sent money for him


March 22, 2014 3:21 PM

F1 » Red Bull to appeal Ricciardo exclusion

RB chose to do what they wanted to do knowing it was against the rules . Are they that arrogant to think they would get away with it , all the teams were in the same situation but chose NOT to break the rules.RB were told on lap 5 to turn the fuel flow down and several times during the race, they are always one of the first to complain if they think another team is doing something they shouldn't now they are gettig a taste of their own medicine


February 08, 2014 3:50 PM

F1 » Blame Ferrari for double points – Ecclestone

Double points are stupid the WDC should be won on a good car and the drivers skills the reason viewing figures have dropped is because it went to sky BBC 's F1 coverage had the biggest fan base of any sport they did a brilliant job and gave it away for money ch4 offered the same money and it would have kept it on terrestrial tv . I will not watch the last race if it is awarded double points because that will make it a farce


February 08, 2014 3:57 PM

F1 » Blame Ferrari for double points – Ecclestone

Firestorm: It looks strange to me that Ferrari wanted double-points for the Abu Dhabi GP. They never had gone particularly well on that circuit. I thought that the organisers of this GP(being inmmensely rich) wanted to promote their country and Ecclestone couldn't resist the money they offered. Someone is lying here. I believe that Montezemolo will give an public answer very soon.
This has nothing to do with Ferrari it is Bernie's stupid idea but because it is not going down well with the fans he is trying to put the blame elsewhere

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