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April 30, 2016 9:58 PM

F1 » 'Helpless' Hamilton laments continuing run of rotten luck

Yaaaaaaaawn. I just came back to Crash after nearly swearing off of F1 altogether. It looks like Lulu Hamilton is catching up with all the "bad luck" that Nico Rosberg has had to endure as the artificially imposed #2 @ MercF1. I read in the news, here in the USA, that "Hamilton vows 'I never give up'" in relation to today's qualifying. It instantly reminded me of the time a few years ago when he said the EXACT same phrase only to say during the next race "I'm just going to pull into the garage" or some such nonsense during THE VERY NEXT race when he had a host of problems. I remember the guys on the radio tell him "no, no Lewis, just stay on track and we can work it out." I don't remember if he really quit or not. It went something like that. Maybe one of you guys remember. I have reduced my F1 time by about 75% since those in control have emaciated the sport. But I had to come back to whom I regard as the best place to keep track of F1 and interact with others. You


May 27, 2015 9:24 AM

F1 » Wolff: Hamilton said staying out 'not good'

It was a close call and they came up short. Simple as that. If it were any other driver it wouldn't be such a big deal. But since its Lulu, then all the media has been brought to bear on Mercedes. That was an epic temper tantrum after the race too. Pretending the car stalled or whatever. ...driving around on electric at a snails pace. Running into the 3rd place sign at 2 mph... Sulking. Etc. What an embarrassment to Formula One. Almost as embarrassing as the "Grid Boys."


April 30, 2016 10:07 PM

F1 » 'Helpless' Hamilton laments continuing run of rotten luck

...You don't get the same fairness from the other sites with the way they filter out everything but the good comments about Hamilton. I see that Sebastian and Lulu Hamilton have been given grid penalties for working on their car (again.) These are the kind of things that have driven me away from the sport. I don't like to see even a pretentious guy like Lulu done that way. I want to see the gladiators clashing, and each with a fair shot. Let the best come out on top. Congratulations Nico. VOLLGAS SEBASTIAN !!!!!!!!!!!


May 25, 2015 11:13 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Monaco Grand Prix

Oh good lord. More destruction of our great sport. I am now convinced that the FIA and whomever else is in control of F1 today are out to make a complete mockery of the sport, degrade and ultimately destroy it. Before I just couldn't imagine why. But now it seems that the powers that be that are perverting the world we knew are taking square aim at F1 now. Grid girls are too "sexist?" WTF? The glitz, glamor, beautiful women and the general exotic and extreme nature of F1 was what used to draw me to it. The grid girls were one of the things that put things on such a high level, and not in a sexual way mind you. Why are they destroying this? Why have they destroyed what F1 always was? F1 was a standout and a tribute to all things that were good in the old world that once existed. They are constantly battering it into the ground. No cigarettes. No beautiful women. No loud, awesome sounding engines. No power. No fuel. WTF? I'm completely confused. And they've only been

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