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September 17, 2013 11:35 PM

F1 » Massa: ‘More perfect’ Alonso better than Schumacher

I love the way some people argue on forums and take an absolutist approach, as if their position is the ultimate and they CANNOT possibly countenance a different one held by a different poster. When Jamal refers to a situation where "Schumy paid his dues for Ferrari", it creates the impression that Alonso has not or will not do the same. What he fails to mention is that the in-season testing rules were different in Schumy's day, therefore Schumy could test the car to death, in Fiorano or Mugello, or wherever. But Alonso cannot do the same now, due to the different regulations. Still, he states his argument as if this is some kind of shortcoming on Alonso's part - and despite knowing that we've ALL been watchingF1 for sooo many years and we can make our own deductions based on the facts! And that is the part that fascinates me on this forum sometimes :-)


September 16, 2013 8:42 PM

F1 » Massa: ‘More perfect’ Alonso better than Schumacher

Some of the arguments we have on these forums are sometimes illogical or lacking in validity. I am not criticising anyone and I am also including myself in that equation. If any F1 driver jumps in a car and within a lap or two, runs and hides from 8 or 9 of the top drivers in the world (including many world champions...Kimi, Lewis, Fernando, Jenson), and he does it many times a season, how can anyone claim it has nothing to do with the car??? This is not a fanboy rant! I don't care who is in that car (whether it's Vettel or Schumi or whoever), given what we know of how closely matched all these top guys are, it HAS TO DO with the car! It's not Vettel's fault, if Newey constantly designs rocketships for him. The fact is, he is a great driver himself and he is making the most of it and racking up the titles! End of! But to claim it has nothing to do with the car, just because Webber is not also winning titles is to make a mockery of the great job that Newey and his engineers are doi


September 14, 2013 10:11 PM

F1 » Herbert: Vettel’s best is still to come

And that is a total destruction of Max Chilton as an F1 driver! Hope he's not reading this lol But on a neutral note, I sometimes wonder whether Seb misses the wheel-to-wheel action we see going on behind him throughout the field on a Sunday? It's pretty cool to run and hide every weekend, but the "racing fan" in us surely enjoys the battles we see when drivers come into a corner three-abreast, with the late breaking from the bravest of them? Last race (or the one before) there were moments when two sets of three-abreast, or 3 levels of overtaking were happening at the same time and the BBC commentator did not know which one to focus on! That was fun to watch.

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