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August 27, 2014 2:01 PM
Last Edited 22 days ago

F1 » Hamilton ‘will always put the team first’

superdowg316: First: YAY! TAIPAN'S BACK! Second: "I will always put the team first." Explain that to McLaren Lewis, who after getting you to where you are now, you turned your back on them for more money. Sure are putting the team first, eh?
To clarify, for those whom do not understand what Lewis is saying... He states that from now on (BEL GP), he will just do as the team instructs. Can he be believed, time will only tell. Being a racer will he ignore the team if it suits him, of course, they all do.


August 25, 2014 10:10 AM

F1 » Wolff: Rosberg felt ‘he needed to make a point’

You have the fans of the sport, whom see 'clearly' who is at fault. You have the Mercedes team seeing 'clearly' who is at fault. You have the non-executive chairman of Mercedes, seeing 'clearly' who is at fault. Then you have the anti-Hamilton armchair-warriors on crash. If it were anyone else involved, other than Hamilton/Rosberg... Well, need I say any more?


August 25, 2014 10:28 AM
Last Edited 23 days ago

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg admits he hit me deliberately

107SS2009: With Rosberg's front wing level with Lulu (the driver himself), the gap was there to be filled, that gap diminished when Lulu closed the door. With a car's front wing level with your rear wheels you are obliged by the rules to leave a cars wide space no matter if it's a straight or a corner.
Not true. Stop clouding the rules SS. You are purposefully manipulating the wording of directive 20.20.4 to make it seem your comment/s is/are more valuable in this respect, than reality?


August 24, 2014 4:46 PM

F1 » Ricciardo wins after Mercedes pair clash

107SS2009: "A driving line door cannot be closed by the car in front when another car's front wing is level with the rear wheels", when Lulu closed the door on his team mate his team mate's front wing was level with Lulu himself (past the rear wheels).
Where is this written in the rule book? I've seen it happen countless times with no contact... It is the passing drivers responsability to make a clean pass, if he can see its not going to happen, you pull out of the "move", which in this case, was never going to happen. Rosberg had not passed for position, which of course, gives Hamilton preference to the line, inherently, as he is infront, they weren't side-by-side by any means. 100% Rosberg this time. Cant help but remember Monaco qualifying now...


August 25, 2014 10:49 AM

F1 » Hamilton: Rosberg admits he hit me deliberately

As these guys have said above, I see no breach from Hamilton. However... 16) INCIDENTS 16.1 "Incident" means any occurrence or series of occurrences involving one or more drivers, or any action by any driver, which is reported to the stewards by the race director (or noted by the stewards and subsequently investigated) which : a) Necessitated the suspension of a race under Article 41. b) Constituted a breach of these Sporting Regulations or the Code. c) Caused a false start by one or more cars. d) Caused a collision Rosberg, meet 16.1d. I guess the stewards thought Mercedes had been penalised enough by Rosbergs' tactics.

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