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July 05, 2015 9:50 AM

F1 » Hamilton delighted to turn it around for home pole

Lewis4Jen: The only thing I find boring is the people who come on websites week after week telling us how boring F1 is but yet they must be watching F1 as the same persons keep coming back every two weeks to tell us how boring F1 is. People who keep watching a sport that is boring cant have much upstairs.
It is boring compared how F1 used to be. It is a shame that it has slipped and many people like myself who are true F1 fans,as we have stuck by this crappy period and not walked away, wish F1 was more challenging and not so artificial. By saying people can't have much upstairs really doesn't help and only leaves you open to personal attacks and abuse. Just saying as it is.


July 04, 2015 8:34 PM

F1 » Hamilton powers to British Grand Prix pole

AyrtonSenna: The biggest joke is that there are 15 guys on the grid that would win and get pole in that car. The difference too, is that back when Senna and Schumi were getting pole positions, pushing those cars to the limits, if they made one mistake they were in the wall or gravel traps. These drivers today can run off the tracks, miss braking points etc etc and still be able to carry on. Think about that.
Today's F1 is tainted, watered down garbage in a vain attempt to appeal to the spectators, and it is getting worse. Today's F1 pilots are just that, could you imagine if they had to change gear using a clutch? Not have power steering, or not have silly aids for fake overtaking? The list goes on. Wake up people you are being conned and the true records broken by using cheating methods. It is not a true reflection of great racing!

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