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March 01, 2015 10:12 PM

F1 » Barcelona (2) - F1 test times [Sunday Final]

MrJones85: Says you? Vettel had the best car for 4 straight yrs and he won. When he didn't have the best car we all saw what happened to him. Now he's with a new team trying to pickup the pieces. Which I expect he will. This is a very important year for him also. He has to beat Raikkonen.
vettel certainly did not have the best car for all three wdcs! his first and second were in cars that were second best at the most. and last year, he has a myriad of problems and bum calls by his team, which severly handicapped him.
Mmm...not sure. Maybe in his first championship season his car wasn't dominating, but the final three it most certainly was. and Webber, despite being liked, wasn't good enough. Ricciardo meanwhile blew him away. Blaming it on the team tactics and reliability is just lame. For whatever reason, DR was the better driver last season.


February 25, 2015 12:29 PM

F1 » Alonso spends third night in hospital

Liam48: I'm starting to think this is getting a bit strange that an athlete of his calibre is still in hospital. I know concussion is a serious thing but I've known athletes to be discharged from hospital a few hours later.
We're clearly not being told the facts, something is definitely wrong. You can't compare exactly but just consider Kubica's crash in 2007 in Canada. Recorded 75G impact - and totaled every part of his car. Despite his concussion at the time he was discharged the next day. Makes you think


February 23, 2015 8:37 PM

F1 » McLaren blames wind for Alonso crash, slams electrocution rumours

ProfessorDave: 1) Why did Alonso spin off and hit the INSIDE wall? Top drivers just don't do that. 2) Why was he 'allegedly' changing down whilst about to hit the wall, surely that would be no help whatsoever? 3) If the car slid along the wall for 15 seconds he must have been unconscious, did this happen on impact or before impact? 4) It was a very slow speed accident in F1 terms, about 90 mph. The chassis and cockpit area weren't visibly damaged. How could he possibly have been knocked unconscious by the impact? Just asking.
Just what I was thinking. Also you would think that a driver of his skill wouldn't be 'blown off the track' by a gust of wind...especially when this didn't hamper any other driver. Also two nights in hospital? I too smell a rat. I think the truth is being conveniently hidden. If I were a betting man I'd say he blacked out - but McLaren know if this is the case he'd be a danger to himself and all other drivers and not be allowed

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