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Thepain

August 12, 2015 2:02 PM

F1 » POLL: Who’s been your F1 driver of the season so far?


Taipan: Pain, I don't rate Nico as anywhere close to a great F1 driver but if it had been Lulu's car that disintegrated at the last race of last season instead of Nico's Nico would have been the World Champion. That proves a couple of things, the Merc is so dominant that an average driver had the chance to win the championship in it and Lulu is nowhere near great either because he cant dominate a driver like Nico. Have a look at what Prost, Senna, Fangio, Clark, Schumacher etc did to average team mates, utter domination because they were great drivers Lulu isn't.
Understood. I am just of the opinion that that Merc car is creating blurred lines, between average and good. It is difficult to compare drivers from different era's. I have reconsidered my view of Hamilton considerably. Consistency separate the good from the great IMO. Lewis deemed great because he can occasionally control his situation, but a truly great can always control his situation (in race, t

Thepain

August 12, 2015 11:41 AM

F1 » POLL: Who’s been your F1 driver of the season so far?


Sorry post got cut off. What I wanted to know, are you just try to discredit the 'greatness' of Lewis, against an alleged second tier driver? As I understand formula one, driver performance and rating is based on they way they get their respective results? The standings, though relevant to the WDC, and know you as a long standing fan, would know that means little as to a drivers racing/driving ability. Yes Nico is close to Lewis on paper, but if you watch racing, Nico is nowhere near the top drivers ability. That Merc makes it easy for him to stay relevant. Same last year with Seb and DR. His ability was questioned in the fact that he was well beaten by DR. Driver so far is Vettel. In a race he is always close enough to win.

Thepain

August 12, 2015 11:25 AM

F1 » POLL: Who’s been your F1 driver of the season so far?


Taipan:
janhein: in your previous post he was narrowly beating his team mate. now he has a cat and rosberg has a hammer? could you stop calling everybody with a different opinion fanboy? i find that very childish and a bit insulting.
Try and keep up Jan, Lulu is narrowly beating the average Rosberg in equal equipment that does not make him the best in the World and he's beating the other "real" opposition because of a massively dominant car, again this does not make him the best in the World. Or maybe you think Rosberg is the second best F1 driver in the World, he is second in the Championship again after all lol. As for being offended by being called a fanboy, stop being one and you wont be offended, simples! Hey Richard, still slithering and still venomous, see above :p
I am not really following your logic? So they have the same car? The only thing Rosberg has to do is be in second consistently and be second in the standings

Thepain

June 08, 2015 2:10 PM

F1 » Hamilton 'always felt in control' of 'historic' victory


The biggest problem is the noise. The fact that everything became civilized, ruined the whole point of f1 Motorsport. Motorsport in general should not care about the fuel, tyres, noise and safety(moderate). Motorsport should be loud, tyre burning, dangerous and relatively uncontrolled. The racing should be real. We can not fault Merc for doing a great job. Lewis and Nico, as part of the team are doing their best and prove to be good assets to the team. Some drivers will just never be good enough for some. That is just the way the cookie crumble.

Thepain

May 12, 2015 8:01 AM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


107SS2009: kiwibob I understand the team comes first and that drivers should respect the requests from the pit. But with the state of f1 and cry for racing from the fans, do we need a submissive attitude from drivers such as Massa had at Ferrari? The guy in the car still makes the difference. Did anyone become champ by being nice to his fellow drivers or his team? Maybe Lewis is just the wrong face for the sport for some of you.

Thepain

May 12, 2015 7:59 AM

F1 » Hamilton performance felt like a win too, says Wolff


107SS2009:
kiwibob: The real funny part of this are that its the same people who backed vettle when he went against team orders and over took webber but that was ok and now Lewis shows some balls they are all over him what a bunch of hypocrites you lot are and this weekend Nico was faster end of
Kiwi, Just for correctness sake, because of your generalization, I for one doesn’t fall into your claimed categorization because when Vettel overtook Webber against orders given him by his team I openly said on here (and stuck to it through tick and tin) that what Vettel did was not right/that team orders are there to be respected and obeyed by the driver even if at the time they seem to be wrong. If you or any of your ilk are in doubt, posts over here at that time on the subject can be traced back and checked/read.
I understand the team comes first and that drivers should respect the requests from the pit. But with the state of f1 and cry f


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