Crash.Net User: Honeybadger

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May 10, 2015 3:34 PM

F1 » Rosberg commands and conquers Spanish GP

WOW!!!!! AMAZING!!!!! WHAT A RACE!!!!! Who could have predicted that a Mercedes on pole would drive all the way to the win without having to make a single overtake or be even remotely challenged throughout. Such a display of balls of steel racing we may never see again. Don't worry 'race' fans - there are 14 more rounds of this turgid theatrical farce masquerading as a sport before the curtain closes on yet another spectacularly dull and predictable season. I wonder if anybody will care / be watching by then........Hopefully not........


June 07, 2015 11:34 PM

F1 » Hamilton stays cool for Canadian GP win

So here we are.....another borefest..... happily I only ever look at the results on the net rather than waste my time in sporting dross such as this. Looks like my earlier post was right...... Honeybadger June 07, 2015 7:23 PM Wow. Let's take a wild guess at what might happen in the race. Hmmmm. Ok - how about something really different and crazy like pole sitter clears off into the distance lights to flag, doesn't make a single overtake, doesn't resist a single challenge, and makes out he's the greatest 'driver' (I use the word in its loosest sense) ever..... 0 agree 1 disagree


July 05, 2015 3:30 PM

F1 » Hamilton beats Williams, rain in British GP thriller

Goodbye F1 - pole man wins again. Team mate is told to be a good little puppet & follow him until allowed 'plan B', rain briefly introduces a flicker of excitement allegedly, but canny instructions issued from the pits to the automaton behind the wheel restore the planned team orders. Happily this summary is compiled from a few seconds' scan of the headlines on the Internet as opposed to 2 hours of wasted life watching this dross.


July 05, 2015 2:14 PM

F1 » Hamilton delighted to turn it around for home pole

Seriously? It really is the dullest sport on the planet. I used to be an avid F1 fan when it was actually a form of racing, as opposed to the turgid tech-procession we are subjected to these days. Maybe the weather will intervene and we might get a glimmer of entertainment. Although no doubt we'll still end up with.....hmmmmm, let's think......ahhhhh - I know - lights to flag win by the man on pole with all the pundits lauding it as an 'amazing' drive. Happily BSB is on this weekend so I'll glance at the result later - 2 seconds of my attention is just about all today's F1 deserves!


May 24, 2015 11:07 PM

F1 » Hamilton: You rely on the team...

Wow. What a testament to the ''sport" of F1. The only thing provoking any comment is a lame crash between people dicing for 10th at near the end of another turgid Bernie-procession, and the resultant Merc puppeteers pulling Lulu's strings and losing him the race. Shame on the whole of F1 for daring to call itself racing. The fans continue to leave in their droves, and rightly so. BTW - WSBK at Donnington was outstanding today.

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