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theoldgitspeaks

August 26, 2014 11:33 AM

F1 » Rosberg disputes Hamilton claims


If anybody seriously thinks Rosburg did it on purpose they are deluded, it was a racing accident and the stewards confirmed that. I'm also sure that Rosburg has a point to prove, why would'nt he? he wants to be World Champion as well. To suggest he did it on purpose when it ultimately cost him a win is just daft, no one can be sure of the results of a collision accidental or otherwise and no one should know that better than Hamilton who has a long history of dubious collisions which are never his fault and talking rubbish on a regular basis. Hamilton has been unlucky and the pendulum is just as likely to swing his way as stay how it is. The fact that the Mercedes management appear to differ is not surprising as I believe there are different loyalties within the team, my guess if that team orders are used they will favour Hamilton but thats just my take on things.

theoldgitspeaks

August 26, 2014 11:46 AM

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning


Did'nt realise Button was such a Hamilton fan, he had enough problems with him to know better. Hamilton is probably the fastest driver on the grid but that does not tell the entire story, he's not averse to driving into other drivers and claiming that it was there fault and a lot of people think that he is not the complete package, he has been unlucky but that is something every driver has, there's little point in going around blaiming everybody under the sun, it happens and he needs to get over it. The reality is that there is very little between Hamilton and Rosburg and Button should know that, they both enjoy the sort of advantage Button had and need to sort out their problems because Ricciardo is getting ever closer.

theoldgitspeaks

August 25, 2014 9:34 AM

F1 » Lauda: ‘Lewis did nothing wrong’


An inevertible result of having two NO1s and letting them race and no more. Hamilton takes every chance he can get and a number where he can't but he still go's for it. I see in this a move to support Hamilton as De Facto NO1 within the team and force Rosburg to accept team orders. Unfortunate but an inevertible result of ultimately being unable to control two people who both want to win.

theoldgitspeaks

August 24, 2014 10:32 AM

F1 » Grosjean: Move to ‘big four’ the target


It is obvious to most that Mclaren are undecided about their future drivers, if they can't land Alonso/Hamilton/Vettel then they will have to take somebody else if they decide that there is no point in keeping Button. Boullier is Grosjean's manager so there is a strong link. I doubt that Mclaren will land any of the above three because they are well aware that Mclaren has'nt produced a good car for several years so they will have to take a second stringer with potential or keep Button. I thought Alonso would possibly go back to Mclaren but it looks as if he's at Ferrari to the end of his career. Grosjean is fast enough to give Button plenty of trouble if he stays as he's not exactly thrashing Magnussen.

theoldgitspeaks

August 13, 2014 6:49 PM

F1 » Maldonado keen for Grosjean to stay


He needs to worry about his future not Grosjean's, money he may have but for how long, his backers won't keep pumping money in unless he improves and gets a good car, at the moment he is an accident waiting to happen and does'nt appear able to improve his racecraft, a win he has but the chances of a second are less than nil within two years he will be gone, there's a long line of drivers after a drive many of then with money, oh and talent!

theoldgitspeaks

August 10, 2014 3:53 PM

F1 » Rossi reveals Haas talks


I'm sure Jacques Villaneuve will have approached them as well, he's only 93 and still believes he can cut it at the top level, seriously though there will be dozens of people coming out of the woodwork thinking that this is their big chance, I can only say dream on, the team is'nt even on the grid yet and come 2016 may not even be in a position to start racing, basing your team in the States for whatever reason is about as daft as it gets, England is the centre of F1 and I'm sure Haas knows that so why is he making a rod for his own back?


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