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July 30, 2014 6:21 PM

F1 » Wolff: Mercedes ‘comfortable’ with Hamilton’s stance


And Lewis thought sending away for the book on Jedi mind tricks that he found in the back of the magazine was going to be a waste of time. Shameful. Lewis: He is not close enough to me to overtake. World: He was not close enough to overtake. Wolff: He was not close enough to overtake. (was not an overtaking maneuver) Lewis: It wasn't the right time to use team orders. Lauda: Mercedes were wrong to issue team orders. (was before the race) Lewis: The usual rules don't apply Wolff: We are not in the usual situation now. (now) Lewis: I am fighting for the championship Wolff: The drivers are fighting for the championship. (no ****) Wolff: Hamilton cost Rosberg a chance to win Lewis: I did not cost Robserg a chance to win Lowe: Neither driver would have won Wolff: Rosberg may not have won anyway (not now) and on and on and on.

here4thesun2

July 31, 2014 12:42 AM

F1 » Wolff: Mercedes ‘comfortable’ with Hamilton’s stance


@Ptolemy I am more hoping that Toto is putting this public matter to bed, in order to move onto the next step which is addressing the matter with the special fella. Similar to when a child acts up in public, the first thing to do is get the situation under control so everyone goes about their own business. Then when the audience is gone, you can speak to your child in terms that they can understand and appreciate. If I need to pick this toy up again, it is not going back in the pram.

here4thesun2

July 31, 2014 5:08 AM

F1 » Ricciardo wins Hungarian thriller


abi1: Nico Rosberg questioned the manner in which the Safety Car was used during the Hungarian Grand Prix, saying he was “very disappointed” on the consequences it had for his race. Oh I guess he thought this was the German GP
The safety car he is questioning is the one that interferes with his winning the grands prix at a cakewalk. The safety car you are referring to put Hamilton behind Rosberg, which does not guarantee a victory. Most likely Hami would have tooled around in 2nd.

here4thesun2

July 31, 2014 3:30 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Hungarian Grand Prix


My personal opinion is no, he was not justified. Many reasons to support. But others are saying that they wouldn't have pulled over either, and that Rosberg wasn't close enough, and that Mercedes were wrong to issue the order. And that Rosberg wouldn't have won anyway. And that Hamilton got a raw deal again from the pit wall as he could have pitted for softs. And that Mercedes panicked by giving the order, or were not above the bar. Hamilton is fighting for a championship. In the end, all of those things are irrelevant. What matters is the call was made. and Hamiton made an executive decision. Its a good thing he did not drive for Sir Frank as I hear he is not too fond of insolent drivers as I understand. They don't have executive privilege as it pertains to company business. All of the reasoning happens after the fact, to justify the action. I don't think you need a sunny disposition to see that clearly.

here4thesun2

July 31, 2014 3:11 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Hungarian Grand Prix


Here's what we learned: There are between 500 and 1000 posts on the Merc matter and about 5 - 10 unique opinions. The first opinion is Nico wasn't close enough. The gem was first uttered by LH in response to the directive to let Nico past. In other words, I don't have time for you. I am busy doing my job. The true meaning is 'I can't hear you, because I won't hear you.' So ensues the debate. Was he justified?

here4thesun2

July 30, 2014 1:01 PM
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F1 » Alonso and Hamilton praise ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo


Buzz45:
here4thesun2:
Buzz45: Mansell beat Piquet regularly and Piquet was a multi WDC.How did that work out if Mansell wasn't good by what you are saying?
By the time he got to Williams (think of Keke still being in the seat in 86-87), he had his share of satisfaction. Mansell on the other hand still had plenty to prove, so Mansell went balls to the wall and Piquet points raced.
All fair points. Piquet did a load of stirring, slagging off Nigel's wife etc.. It didn't destabilise Nigel though.
Yes, and that is no good for Nigel and family. No business outside the track. Taints his career to a bit. The early part of Mansell's career didn't destabilise himself either. Perseverance.

here4thesun2

July 31, 2014 12:17 AM

F1 » What we learned at the Hungarian Grand Prix


Piercarlogassollini: F1 has failed to take a lead on driver-pit comms. Big corporations are increasingly banning employees from using mobile phones in their cars even when hands free and are going to the extent of making it a disciplinary act to do so. I think F1 should set an example, albeit I doubt it would have much impact on the C1 driver who gently rolled into me twice one morning last week due to reading her texts
I see so many foreheads and closed eyelids (looking down at texts) on the commute. It's scary. I'd honk the horn at them, but they would drive off the road, or into the next guy, startled. So, I just pay attention for the both of us.

here4thesun2

July 30, 2014 4:01 AM

F1 » Alonso and Hamilton praise ‘fantastic’ Ricciardo


Buzz45: Mansell beat Piquet regularly and Piquet was a multi WDC.How did that work out if Mansell wasn't good by what you are saying?
Not disagreeing with you, but Piquet got the 3rd WDC in the same relationship that you are talking about. On top of that, Piquet went from being a boot rookie to WDC in a year. From then on, he got one every other year, until '85. Then saw his chances at Brabham thrown away. By the time he got to Williams (think of Keke still being in the seat in 86-87), he had his share of satisfaction. Mansell on the other hand still had plenty to prove, so Mansell went balls to the wall and Piquet points raced.


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