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nickw

July 27, 2014 10:30 PM

F1 » Hamilton ‘very shocked’ by team order


107SS2009 Look at the race reports, listen to the commentators, and listen to Mercedes. All are saying it was wrong to have asked Hamilton to slow down to let Rosberg by. Your dislike of Hamilton clouds your judgement, but, because your little clan on here will back you, in your mind it will make it correct. Then again, maybe the commentators, team principles, commentators and media are all fanboys as well?

nickw

July 18, 2014 5:55 PM

F1 » Hamilton fastest as Ricciardo closes gap


Webber was at the latter end of his career, and a number two in all but name. There have been lots of examples of drivers, who are "officially" on equal terms, but in reality, they have never had a fair chance, and I think they subconsciously slide into that role. Webber was a ok driver, but sits in the same group as the likes of Thierry Boutsen, Gerhard Berger and Riccardo Patrese. Good on their day, but a majority of their drives, uninspiring and very forgettable.

nickw

July 07, 2014 3:19 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes home win as Rosberg retires


George - we have had 6 races which both Mercedes have finished the race. Rosberg hasnt passed Hamilton on the track and there has been little to choose between the pair. Hamilton leads by 4 race wins to two, and there was very little chance of Hamilton passing in Monaco. Lets face it, you spend all your time talking down Hamilton, as your own here is putting in a pretty poor display this year. Taking everything into account including reliability, DR has got the better of Vettel this year, and had it been happeniung to Hamilton, you would be having a field day. The question of "driver or car" over the last 4 years is becoming ever clearer.

nickw

July 07, 2014 2:41 PM

F1 » Rosberg: I would have won


Nick101 "Rosberg was clever enough to drive around one, Hamilton wasn't. In Canada both Mercedes were hit with the identical problem at exactly the same time." Course he was - so obviously yesterday, his wits left him and he wasn't able to drive around it this time, because mechanical retirements are always due to an inability to drive around them. THIS is a fact - both have had 2 mechanical problems, but Hamilton has had two retirements to Rosbergs one. Another fact, of the 6 races where both have finished, Hamilton leads four to two.


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