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Fullofit

July 28, 2014 9:51 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Usual rules didn’t apply


kma55: These orders to let teammates through only make sense when the constructors championship is at stake, or one driver is not in contention for the drivers championship. Neither of these things are true in this situation, Mercedes are so far ahead of everyone else there really shouldn't be any orders given.
Funny, when I saw all the news media & social media today, there were photos of a Renault powered Red Bull & a grinning Aussie in blue. Lewis cost Mercedes GP the chance of gaining millions of dollars more in exposure value for the sponsors and Mercedes Benz. Maybe when he expects his payment for driving their car, the board will also apply different rules to what was previously agreed?

Fullofit

July 20, 2014 6:52 PM

F1 » Rosberg wins but Hamilton recovers to third


LouisH: King Lewis is the best driver at Merc, coming from 20 th with an extra stop and still on the 3 rd. All Nico do is drive in front. Lets get some wheel to wheel action and then we will see. If not for the extra DNF for Lewis he would be leading.
He hit just about everyone on the way through too ... if Maldonado or a few other drivers had done the same, there would be calls on here for them to be removed from the grid.

Fullofit

July 20, 2014 7:19 PM

F1 » Rosberg wins but Hamilton recovers to third


Jamal22:
Fullofit:
He hit just about everyone on the way through too ... if Maldonado or a few other drivers had done the same, there would be calls on here for them to be removed from the grid.
He only hit Kimi, the same Kimi both Vettel and Alonso knocked.about, the incident with Button was Button's fault.
Really ... even Lulu is saying it was his fault. You fanboys are just too much.

Fullofit

July 17, 2014 9:34 PM

F1 » FIFA bans Rosberg helmet design


Munro Gow: I hope FIFA will be taking legal action against all the "replica" trophies that were on display throughout the tournament, must of seen thousands of unlicenced of them. Also wondering if they sued anybody in South Africa and Brazil who were selling t-shirts, replicas, artwork etc that were not official.
FIFA was taking pubs & similar to court for advertising matches live on big screens in their venues. Same with venues offering accommodation for the 'world cup'.

Fullofit

July 17, 2014 10:21 AM

F1 » Rosberg reveals World Cup tribute helmet


fourteenseven: Anyone thinking the FIA is ridiculous should be happy they arent FIFA, who issued the following regarding Nico's helmet. Any unauthorised use of the official marks not only undermines the integrity of the FIFA world cup and its marketing programme, said FIFA, but also puts the interests of the worldwide football community at stake.
FIFA & FIA suffer from the same delusions. Both parties need to remember that these sports existed outside the current commercial environment where they have trademarked and copyrighted everything they possibly can. However, neither can legitimately claim ownership of either sport that has roots from before either organisation existed. They are merely current custodians of a property that belongs to the fans, the participants and the world in general. I would like someone to challenge both organisations right to trademark and copyright certain aspects of the sport on these grounds.


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