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August 24, 2015 1:18 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Today was a dream...

Taipan: While I'm on the subject, I've thought for a while that glorifying gun use in the current messed up society is the height of stupidity and incredibly irresponsible by anyone in the public eye. Well done Lulu, I thought you'd find it hard to slip lower in my estimations but you've managed it.
And it would appear that you've managed to do that very thing yourself. Well done! (Also a non gun owner/advocate). Thanks for again dragging this forum through the muck for no other reason than to justify your hatred of Hamilton. Prepubescent fans, indeed. Take a look in the mirror.


August 24, 2015 1:21 PM

F1 » Hamilton: Today was a dream...

George Zaidan: I'd like answers to to the following: 1. Hamilton was called in to pit for tires. 2. Rosberg was told to push 3. Hamilton wanted to know why he was called in since his tires were good. 4. Pit tells him he could give the option to his team mate. 5. Rosberg was still on the lap he was told to push then told to come in after the Hamilton complaint. A couple of laps could have given Nico quite an advantage. What gives?
3 is the only question there and whats wrong with a driver asking his engineer a question no biggie to most people
Some folks are desperate, either for a conspiracy, or to diminish in any way possible a win for Lewis. Pay no attention.


August 25, 2015 9:45 AM

F1 » Pirelli: F1 ignored our request to limit laps

BlackMike: If there recommendations for 2013 were adopted then they would be totally dictating the pit stop strategy and taking another element away from the racing. If you can only do 50% of race on the harder tyre and 30% on the softer tyre then you would always be forced to a minimum of two pit stops. Surely the tyres need to last way past full race distance just losing grip without exploding.
Couldn't agree more. Not only are they removing the final remaining 'unknown' factor in F1 racing (pit strategy) but are risking drivers' - and possibly spectators - lives with a tyre that can go bang at any minute. I can't see that as any sort of good advertising for road use.


August 22, 2015 12:08 PM

F1 » Hamilton ups the pressure, problems for Alonso

agricola: Seems as though Lewis was experimenting with setup in P1 and P2, and as we start to get to the business end we see Lewis putting half a second between himself and Nico. The guy just seems awesome over 1lap whether it be a short track like Hungary or the longest like Spa.
He was experimenting with set ups in p1 and p2 but for p3 he copied Nico's set up. EPIC,MAN! .
STILL trying to denigrate Hamilton's pace? I mean, so what if he 'copied' Nico's set up? And how would you know? And at any rate, even if he did, how could he be faster that someone who had the original set up? I don't really understand the point you're making, apart from trying to somehow downplay what LH has done - so tiresome. And ABOVE ALL, it's only FP3!


August 22, 2015 12:01 PM

F1 » McLaren land 55 grid position penalties

107SS2009: Although I didn’t agreed neither with some of the present rules nor with the new engine formula in use, I also don’t agree with this negativity parroting still going on about F1 in general. Most of what is said/being banded about is totally out of order and being uttered without really knowing the facts and what is actually being talked about.
So, absolutely everyone posting here is wrong? I rightfully defer to your vastly superior knowledge on technical aspects and have enjoyed reading your interesting insights - but to casually brand the OVERWHELMING consensus about the sad state of F1 as 'parroting', slightly misses the point. One needn't necessarily be an F1 race engineer or team principal to see that the sport - at least as we remember it - has slid into decline.

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