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October 15, 2014 12:32 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘speechless’ amid Mercedes F1 celebrations

107SS2009: Lulu speechless! Could be that one kg weight hanging around his neck.
LOL if that helps gag him I'll happily sell a kidney and buy him another one to complete the job! It's funny I was reading Lulu's comical BBC column recently where he claimed his biggest priority was helping impoverished children, obviously his priorities changed when he seen a giant gold toilet chain and rather than feed the poor he got his wallet out and fed his own ridiculous image, again, man.


October 12, 2014 2:16 PM

F1 » Hamilton wins first F1 race in Russia

Thepain: Great race from Merc. Shame the true hero's of their success are not there, Ross, Costa, Shumi. Nico making a mistake that cost the race some excitement. Nice cool head from Lewis. Now the end is still the most important. Go Lewis!!!!!!
Agreed, Notice that NONE of 'em were GUTSY enough to spray Putin! Now can any of these snidey "Lulu" guys really say hand on heart that they think Nico will be a more deserving champion?
What? There's plenty of room to criticise his hair, his comments, something he ate....just about anything. I think that race was lost by Nico as much as won by Lewis. By my calculations LH needs to win just one of the remaining three races (even with double points rule) and finish second in the other two to take the title. Given that he's won 8 races to Rosberg's 4 and beating him every time in a wheel-to-wheel situation he fully deserves it.


October 12, 2014 2:34 PM

F1 » F1 drivers back speed limit introduction

mrfill: The technology has always been available. Its called 'not pressing the gas pedal so hard', otherwise it becomes driving the cars from the pits. If the drivers choose to ignore the rules applying to double waved yellows, there are penalties available, but sadly they are not enforced with enough vigour
This is true, but it's hard to gauge exactly how slow is 'slow enough'. Drivers may opt to go 2 mph faster than the car in front and so on, where do you then call the penalty? Also drivers would need to know the double waved yellow speed of every corner. If a speed limiter is introduced the driver can be safely guided around. Not sure how it would work though - I mean how fast do the cars then de-accelerate? Could that be dangerous? And will they all de-accelerate at the same rate?


October 11, 2014 9:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg: Hamilton just quicker at Sochi F1 track

Taz: With regards to Rosberg been a spoilt brat and whinny, some short memories here. To date I don't remember him ever posting confidential team telemetry on twitter after been out-qualified. I also don't remember him referring to his brakes as 'crap'. Just saying.....
Well you won't remember as it didn't happen. He's whined at a load of different other stuff. No-one said LH wasn't a whiner because he is too. They both are. Just saying...


October 11, 2014 7:28 PM

F1 » Rosberg: Hamilton just quicker at Sochi F1 track

USF1Fan: I have to disagree 46R. In the beginning of the season Rosberg went to great pains during post-race interviews to state how much he hates being beaten by his team-mate. 3 times. And each time he was more surly than the time before. I have not seen anything from Hamilton as bad as those three incidents. The statements you make about Hamilton seem to apply more to Rosberg than Hamilton, at least in the tv interviews and online reporting I have seen. Hamilton may not be a perfect model of classy deportment but Rosberg strikes me as a spoiled brat most of the time. Rosberg doesn't tend to show class even when he DOES come out on top in a race.
Agreed, he can be a spoilt whiny little brat at times. But also, who wants model drivers? A field full of PR friendly Jenson Button clones? No thanks. It's a tough job and both drivers obviously hate being beaten by the other. Which makes the fact it's a two horse race far more entertaining.

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