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May 23, 2014 9:11 PM
Last Edited 119 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: My hunger is different to Rosberg’s

Sudd: And he delivered every stage along the way. Don't act like they just handed him drives and championships. I see you have a hard time accepting the fact that some are privileged. Accept the facts. Athletes with a chip on their shoulders rain supreme. Something trust fund babies can never understand.
Yes, he did deliver. But it was made a lot easier for him than someone who has had to struggle along on a shoestring and come up through the ranks, paying their dues the hard way. I don't have a problem accepting that some people are privileged, but I do have a problem when that somebody says they've had it hard, when relative to others, they've had it much, much easier. Senna was born into wealth and you couldn't accuse him of not being hungry enough. Also, I don't see much evidence of potato-based food on the shoulders of people like Valentino Rossi or Usain Bolt. You don't need to be a **** to be a champion.


May 23, 2014 7:06 PM
Last Edited 119 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: My hunger is different to Rosberg’s

Don't be fooled by the rocks that he's got, he's still LuLu from the block. Sweet jesus! What a friggin joke. Bank-rolled by Mclaren from an early age, given the best equipment through his junior career and walked straight into a winning F1 car. I guess his diamond shoes are too tight too. I like LuLu less and less the more I hear from him. Even when he wins and praises his team, he just sounds so.......fake. I stuck money on Rosberg beating LuLu this season. Not because I think Rosberg is the better driver, but because I just want Nico to do him over.


April 09, 2014 2:27 PM
Last Edited 163 days ago

F1 » Hamilton 3s clear on second morning

The Brawn GP car didn't enjoy anywhere near the same advantage at any point in 2009 that the Mercedes currently has over the rest of the field. Look at the facts: The Mercedes cars pulled 2 seconds a lap over everyone else at Bahrain. They are an easy second or more ahead of everyone else in dry qualifying and practice. Nobody is making any impression into their advantage. Hammer down, their advantage is huge. They left the field for dead in the last race as they were pushing hard to beat each other. The Brawn GP car could only pull tenths out on the rest per lap. By the third race of the season, they were off the front row and blown away by Red Bull in the wet race. In the fourth race, they were off the front row again and they made the best with what they had from that moment on. Some of you have some strange ideas of what actually happened in the 2009 season.

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