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here4thesun2

August 02, 2015 3:39 PM

F1 » Rosberg at a loss over qualifying deficit


Nico, here are some of your issues that result in bad qualifying: - You don't have Niki as you godfather. - You don't have Toto as your manager. - You are not married to Toto. - You were born rich and raised in Monaco, instead of emigrating there. - You dad is a world champion in of the best era's of the sport. And last but not least, - MRF1 would have you talk and look like Hamilton as you are bad for business. Fix these issues and your qualifying results will improve.

here4thesun2

August 01, 2015 3:04 AM

F1 » Hamilton credits 2015 form with qualifying improvements


Lewis4Jen: "I would put Lewis against any driver in any era over 1 lap"
Taz: "I would put Lewis against any driver in any era over 1 lap" :rolleyes:
Agreed. :? The downfall to this wide-sweeping comment is the categorical 'any era'. By casting a wide net, the trolling fisher has a better chance at a catch, albeit there is no guarantee to the fish in the net or the age. Rosberg proved the one lap speed over Hamilton last year. So, does that mean Rosberg is faster then and not now (before you jump to a conclusion, think about it - don't go by the stopwatch). Now apply this to year's past for those that were Merculean and those that won out of habit. Hamilton is a great one for his era But, is he better in the wet than Vettal? Can he wring the neck like Alonso? Can he walk the dog like his teammate? These are those in this era. There are those in every era.

here4thesun2

August 02, 2015 2:57 PM
Last Edited 9 hours ago

F1 » Maldonado laments lack of Lotus upgrades


MrJones85:
here4thesun2: cont'd He will have a ride as long as he has cash and there are cash-poor teams.
Geez, I didn't realize the list was so long of flash in the pan GP winners. I have never heard of most of those guys.
Some are Indianapolis 500 winners when it was considered an F1 event. Johnnie Parsons Lee Wallard Troy Ruttman Bob Sweikert Pat Flaherty Sam Hanks Jimmy Bryan Rodger Ward Jim Rathmann * what is the lone disagreer disagreeing with, that Indy was ever included in the WDC or the names in the list?

here4thesun2

August 02, 2015 4:15 AM

F1 » Maldonado laments lack of Lotus upgrades


MrJones85: You guys have to remember unlikely as it may seem he does have a GP win to his name.
Credit where credit is due, but that angle is starting to wear thin. So, too, did these folks: Johnnie Parsons Lee Wallard Luigi Fagioli Piero Taruffi Troy Ruttman Bob Sweikert Luigi Musso Pat Flaherty Sam Hanks Jimmy Bryan Rodger Ward Joakim Bonnier Jim Rathmann Giancarlo Baghetti Innes Ireland Lorenzo Bandini Richie Ginther Ludovico Scarfiotti Peter Gethin Francois Cevert Jean-Pierre Beltoise Jose Carlos Pace Jochen Mass Vittorio Brambilla Gunnar Nilsson Alessandro Nannini Jean Alesi Olivier Panis Jarno Trulli Robert Kubica Heikki Kovalainen And these guys were twice as good: Jose Froilan Gonzalez Bill Vukovich Maurice Trintignant Wolfgang von Trips Pedro Rodriguez Jo Siffert Peter Revson Patrick Depailler Jean-Pierre Jabouille Patrick Tambay Elio de Angelis Credit where credit is due, Pastor did not buy the win and no one gifted it to him. He earned it. He wi

here4thesun2

July 31, 2015 1:06 AM

F1 » Ricciardo sure ‘step forward’ led to Hungary podium


rob01:
George Zaidan:
rob01: The mickey mouse track made a couple teams look better than they actually are.
hmmmm I always considered that a professional is able to handle every situation, even a micky mouse track. which teams are you referring to rob01, is one of them the red team that you previously stated and were certain that they were equal to Mercedes?
Red bull and mclaren if you didn't notice.
That is what I thought, but GZ sees a red haze.


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