Thursday May 24, 2012
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After everything I have said about Felippe recently I am really pleased to see him up there in the times set, I do think qualifying might be a lot different. Go Maclaren
Lewis not Louis!
WTF is Massa doing up there.
if practice is everything that some folk think it is then we are all watching a Massa revival. I'm pleased for him but somehow I think that qualifying will be different.
its motor SPORT, stupid question really
@ Arnold, re comment No 7. Yes it is! If the Olympics can have events such as Equestrian Dressage and Solo Syncronised swimming, I'm quite sure driving fast round a track 60ish times counts as a sport. However, you've just given me a brilliant idea, F1 could take some ideas from Dressage and Syncronised swimming. How about additional championship points if your car looks really pretty (no points would be awarded for Ferrari this year) or for syncronised donuting on the start line. Oh dear... I think I've been watch Top Gear too much
Do they still have the man with the red flag walking, albeit fast, in front of the cars.??
Yahoo Sport: Your commentary with the uneven white on black format is frustrating to try and read. Please consider a conventional presentation.
Take it easy on Arnold, it's clear he's just woken from a 150year coma which is why he's never heard of a sports car
good luck Jenson and Louis hope you both have a good race
Driving a car very fast around a track does take physical and mental skill, believe it or not. So, yes it is a sport. Unless you are poodling along in your convertable at 19mph, then it's fun.
@ Arnold, re comment No 7. Is kicking an inflated animal bladder sport? Is throwing a small arrow at a board 10 feet away sport? etc etc
Is driving a car sport?
Monaco, the pinnacle of the season? You're kidding me right? An annual procession with the winner normally dictated by who qualified on pole and managed not to crash? That's not a race, it's a traffic jam!
come on alonso or raiikkonen my 2 fav drivers
Come on Hamilton
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