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Stuey99

December 16, 2014 1:02 PM

F1 » Red Bull has ‘real desire’ to catch Mercedes


richard:
Taz: It was not the exact same engine McLaren had, they made that point pretty clear. Sunny can explain it better than I can. Stop bending the truth.
taz. do you honestly think that a fanboy will ever accept facts?
How can I be a 'fanboy' when I don't even like LH? I support him because he's British and not German. Richard you live up to your name. McLaren 'would' say that wouldnt they? But legally they were the same. And like I said (but was conveniently avoided) the rules were and are the same for everyone. Merc did the best job and should in no way have to suffer because of this.

Stuey99

December 16, 2014 12:03 PM

F1 » Red Bull has ‘real desire’ to catch Mercedes


Taz: Toto and Mercedes have a real desire not to allow the other engine manufacturers to make any changes to their engines so we'll have another turkey shoot in 2015. Horner can waffle on all he wants.
I think you'll find all three engine manufacturers signed up for the same regs long before a wheel was turned. Why should Merc allow their rivals to potentially catch up just because they (Merc) did the best job? It's a sport to us, but a business to them. Furthermore it's also a great car, not just the engine. McLaren had the exact same engine yet couldn't deliver. In short, stop crying. Mercedes have the fastest car and Hamilton is World Champion. Get over it.

Stuey99

December 16, 2014 12:06 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Rider of the Year vote: 10th


MrMe:
Stuey99: I think he's an average rider with great management. Beaten by his rookie team mate on the same bike? Lower score than he achieved last season? Most crashes by far of any MotoGP rider? Talks a good game but ultimately should be in WSBK and not on a MotoGP bike.
Pol is on a full factory Yam. Brad isn't. Not the same bike.
Wrong. Both bikes were the same - neither full factory. Maybe Pol was higher in the pecking order for new stuff but that's because he was higher in the standings.

Stuey99

December 18, 2014 2:22 PM
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F1 » F1 Driver of the Year 2014: 7th


Taipan:
Stuey99: That's because Button is vastly more experienced and ultimately underachieved. Stop crying.
Out of 19 races they both finished in 17 of them and Button finished ahead of Magnussen in 14 of them = underachieved. Fanboys :rolleyes:
I'm saying, irrespective of his team-mate, Button didn’t really impress. He was 'okay' but there were certainly at least six other drivers that were more impressive on the track than him. I actually think Magnusson was pretty poor and in my eyes shouldn’t have finished 8th.

Stuey99

December 08, 2014 12:06 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I don’t want it easy


Before we had at least three years of Redbull dominance. In that team Webber, although a nice bloke, wasn't good enough. This meant Vettlel had it easy and the racing was boring...and given this year's performance by Vettel I think it's fair to say he was lucky he didn't have a decent teammate. This year we had two drivers battling to the final race. F1 is nearly always dominated by one team. The plain facts are some people dont like Hamilton and they're crying their pathetic little eyes out blaming the sport and stamping up and down saying "it's not fair". Get over it.

Stuey99

December 08, 2014 1:06 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I don’t want it easy


Been watching since about 1988. My point is that McLaren have dominated several seasons. As have Williams and Redbull. We should be thankful that we had at least two drivers going for it - even if it was because of the stupid double points rule. However LH has a lot of haters. And they're having a hard time at the moment and claiming his title isn't worth anything because of the Merc dominance. If this is the case, surely Senna's first title is void too? The McLaren was leagues ahead of the competition in 88

LoveF1: I knew it wouldn't take long before some people resorted to personal insults lol Quote Stuey, F1 is nearly always dominated by one team. The plain facts are some people dont like Hamilton and they're crying their pathetic little eyes out blaming the sport and stamping up and down saying "it's not fair". How long have you actually been watching the sport?? Even if F1 has always been dominated by one team, does that make it right or interesting? It was


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