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November 23, 2014 8:31 PM

F1 » Hamilton takes second F1 title with Abu Dhabi win

richard: congrats to lulu. his second wdc, but basically an easy one for various reasons, so to call it deserved is a tad over the top. nevertheless, he scored the most points and that is what matters. pity flip could not make up those vital few secs before the end!!! but in reality, this was one of the most boring races of the season, and i dont often make that comment.
Since when is having 3 DNF's, plus coming through the field from last place to twice finish on the podium 'easy'? When is ANY WDC 'easy'? Regardless of whether he had a fast car, he did all of that, plus had to contend with extremely talented and determined team mate. I get that you're still doing all you can to downplay Hamilton's second WDC, but really, this comment is beneath someone of your knowledge and experience.


November 23, 2014 10:21 PM

F1 » ‘Shouting loudly’ all that’s left for Button

I understand that every F1 team is entitled to do whatever they think is best, not only to move up the grid, but to satisfy sponsors, fans, etc. However, if McLaren - for whatever reason - decide to let go of someone of the quality, speed, caliber, professionalism and loyalty of Jenson Button, I think there's something fundamentally wrong with the sport. Button meets (and often exceeds) all of the requirements of a modern F1 driver, and has proved himself time and again to be a fast and steady hand in an ever changing sport. On top of that, he seems to be a nice guy and universally respected throughout the paddock. C'mon Ron (and Eric) - don't be stupid.


November 20, 2014 7:33 PM

F1 » Marussia F1 Team's Adu Dhabi bid fails

RE2014 - Couldn't agree more. And while F1 never was (nor should it ever be) a charity, one would have thought that at the very least, as a mark of respect to a team that has done it's very best to hang in there, score points and conduct itself with dignity and class in the face of terrible misfortune, surely SOMETHING could have been done to get them onto the grid this weekend. Once again, the gnome at the top of this foetid pile has shown his true colours when presented with an opportunity to show the world he actually does have an ounce of decency and didn't have his heart surgically removed 70 years ago.

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