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May 20, 2015 4:45 PM

F1 » Hamilton confirms three-year Mercedes F1 deal

Tomco: Its too much money. Its not even that dangerous anymore and the skill factor is way less than MotoGP for example and less than a few years ago in F1. Its all done with electronics now. Jealous ? Yes of course. If I had started racing at 7 yrs old I would be just as good.
Say that to Jules Bianchi's family as he still lies in hospital. Although I do agree, the bikes are more dangerous and so much more entertaining to watch.


April 22, 2015 6:08 PM

F1 » No human rights concerns as Azerbaijan gets green light

Lets be honest, most of the countries he's taking the sport to have human rights issues, Bahrain, Mexico and several others mentioned in other comments, and he doesn't care one bit, as long as he gets paid. The only thing he will take any notice of is a loss of profit, and thats down to the fans to stop watching it altogether, or be sheeple, complain, but follow anyway


April 21, 2015 4:35 PM

F1 » Ecclestone remains steadfast on Monza threat

I may be a bit thick, but what I don't understand is how one man can have a monopoly on this sport.Okay he has the commercial rights, but I believe F1 is bigger than Bernie. What happens when he kicks the bucket? Who runs it then? Does Tamara inherit it? It would be a shame if Monza was bined, but to be honest, I don't think I'd care any longer. F1 is crap to watch, it is dull, boring and completely uninteresting. And that saddens me having watched it for decades. Maybe Bernie should follow the Dorna example of the lower teams getting a bigger cut of the money than the big teams to help them be a bit more competative. Its the F1 farce. Motorbikes are the races to watch - not F1 or anything associated to the FIA. Lets hope nobody like Bernie gets their hands on the bikes as well.

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