Sunday March 24, 2013
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At least i now know why i don't watch F1 anymore, whats the point of having race cars that are not allowed to race, team orders stink, and any team found guilty of issuing them should be banned, but of course it won't happen, too much money at stake. at least the bike season is almost upon us, thank god,
A race is about racing and not following team orders, surely the better driver has won through and he was confident enough to challenge and come through safely. Webber could of ignored team orders as well!
Come on son. Let racks to talk against the best
@ Lap 46 I'll bet Michael Schumacher smiled and muttered "Sehr gut, Vettel. Sehr gut!".
The ony to make F1 exciting again is to scrap all the regulations and rules, apart from those relating to safety, and leave each team to make the fastest car and most powerful engine and no team orders.
I was going to watch the race on TV this pm. However you have saved me the trouble. I hoped at the end of last season that the drivers would be allowed to race throughout the series but it seems not . I have watched F1 from the days of Moss and Fangio and this current series ,like the last one is a disgrace. Bring back WRC onto BBC or ITV at least it is more exciting, this rubbish is just karting in bigger cars. F1 is probably the most boring motorsport on the planet at the moment. Thanks a lot Bernie, go and find something else to ruin you unspeakable little %^&*
I hope F1 gets rid of the old gentleman's rule of letting the old men win. Vettel and Rosberg were to be the men on the podium. Webber should understand ,even if it hurts his pride
This was no race,it was a farce!!
Another fix, shades of another German, is this fixed or what. Rather watch Moto Gp now Bernie earning more back-handers the greedy little #$%$
Can F1 survive without fans? If the answer is yes, then they can do whatever they please. If the answer is no, then I suggest they urgently run a survey to address the increasing burning issues related to the sport, which are not very welcomed by most fans. If a survey is too demanding, I suggest FIA instructs teams to let the boyz race! No exceptions; not even in the last race. They should race to till the end! Otherwise, I don't see a point. Right now fans are throwing insults left and right to drivers, but the behaviours of the drivers are consequent of the current practices within the teams. Driver # 1, driver # 2 and so on. I'm at the verge of hanging over my fan license.
well done Lewis and webber
Well Frankie, considering Rosberg followed orders, he is more admirable than Hamilton, If Hamilton taught Rosberg should have been there then he would have let him pass. That was really unfair for Rosberg, considering after Hamilton passed him Hamilton was told to save fuel. And i knew it both Red Bull's were told to calm it down, I agree Vettel is such a spoiled kid. He has done this many many times.
Well Dennissee Hamilton agrees with you. Being an absolute gentleman and very fair sportsman Hamilton told the world he thought that he thought his team-mate should be there on the posium instead of him. Could you ever imagine that from Rosberg or Vettel?
Well, Vettel fans,there you heard it from Mark Webber that they were BOTH ordered to tone down and get home without racing. Vettel is a nasty little German turd and it is time that he was disciplined. If only Mark had smacked him in the ear on the podium!
Alonso is not arrogant. Vettel is far more arragant (shoving off the track is own team mate two seasons ago). Alonso is still the best (though not perfect).
the Rosberg bit was really unfair. Hamilton was told to save fuel, and they said that Hamilton can increase his speed, yes he can, but he wouldn't be able to finish the race. It is not Rosberg's fault that Hamilton's fuel load was low. I think that Webber had a right to be #$%$ though, i think he was told to do the same as Hamilton. Though i had no doubt Vettel would have passed him, Vettel was too aggressive. Also, Hulkenburg was lucky Kimi is a good driver or else they would have crashed to each other, some of his moves would have been penalized if he did that to Alonso. And Maldonado, 2nd race in a row that he took himself out, please give his seat to someone else.
vettel is brilliant!!
At least the arrogant Spanish twit Alonso didn't get anywhere.
Vettel wins Webber not allowed to race Hamilton third Rosberg not allowed to race how much longer are the fans going to pay ridiculous entrance fees to watch drivers not being allowed to race each other this is becoming as much fun as watching a cricket test match with one team hanging on for a draw from the third day.
Would it be not an improvement to have a column for the number of pit stops so as to follow on team strategies and opportunities? Thank You!
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