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August 27, 2014 11:54 AM

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning

Mark _:
Snakecharmer: So let me get this straight please..... are all the anti Hamilton bashers saying it was his fault that the car behind drove into him because he took the racing line and Nico didn't make an error of judgement ?!!!
Nope. People are saying that they drove into each other and it is just a racing incident. Both could have avoided it but neither of them backed down. Simple really.


August 27, 2014 11:57 AM

F1 » Button: The best man isn’t winning

Mark _:
Elswagger: Both drivers could have avoided an incident but the F1 rules make it Rosberg’s responsibility.
Perhaps you can quote the specific rule to support your statement. As I understand the rule the defending driver needs to leave a car's width if any part of a competitor's car is alongside. What the stewards should be investigating is Lewis intentionally parking a competitive car to gain an advantage.
ie Hamilton's fault. I like how when you're asked a simple explanation later as to fault, you say racing incident. 'The hate is strong in this one'.........


August 24, 2014 10:35 AM

F1 » Rosberg beats Hamilton to pole at wet Spa

As mentioned, "it´s worth pointing out Rosberg has been gifted several pole positions. Brake failure in Germany, gift to Rosberg Engine fire in Hungary, gift to Rosberg Glazed brakes in Spa, gift to Rosberg Yellows in Monaco so Hamilton denied a chance to challenge for pole, ie Rosberg gifted pole. Then looking at mistakes entirely of his own making-Austria-his un completed lap was good for pole by 2 tenths. At Siverstone, Rosberg was simply smarter and prevailed. It has only been at Canada and Bahrain where Rosberg has been flat out faster than Hamilton. And those opining about LH's whining should also consider that Massa complained of glazed brakes......


September 08, 2013 8:17 PM

F1 » Clutch and gear issues thwart Button at Monza

Whitmarsh may be a problem in, but my money on whom has deepened McClaren's woes further is with Sam Michael. I was under the impression that F1 was a sport that ruthlessly punished failure. Michael failed woefully at Williams, despite unstinting support from Head and Sir Frank. He has left the team a shadow of it's self. How he got the job of a major team directorship is mystifying. Watch, next year's car, under his supervision will be equally uncompetititive. Then he'll have no where to hide. Perhaps LH saw what was coming and bailed.

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