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  • dirk diggler dirk diggler Oct 6, 2007 01:40 Flag

    Ha Ha! In your face you whingers!

    Brilliant. At last the people at the top have seen sense and not bowed to the pressure of the idiots. Come on Lewis my son. Kick some #$%$ on Sunday and show all of those complaining idiots that you well and truly deserve to be standing aloft of them. And as for Mark Webber. Well, what a girl. If it wasn't for the rain I doubt he would have even been on the same lap. He made it sound like its okay for a driver to brake late if he's behind and faster but not okay to brake early if he's in front. Grow up boys. None of you are in the same cl#$%$ as Lewis.

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    • i think you saw which ass has been kicked :) . if the people at the top seen it as you wished, there is a God do what he wish

    • ho ho ho.what the cheating bosses at the f i a will not put right, the gods of motor sport will. hamilton is over hyped, over rated and f 1 does not revolve around him. 35 tears following this sport total mclaren fan (back to bruce) but this crap needs to stop, lets get back to some racing instead of this headline grabbing amature.

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      • I don't think a good and talented driver need to be hyped, he is only as good as his results. Excellent F1 cars will not win races on their own.
        So give the young man his credit.
        Alonso is a good driver, but he seems to think that being winner in the last two will entiltle him to win the next one and his team mate will have to sit around polishing his halmet. Grow up Alonso, and stop moaning!!
        As for Mclaren's punishment, I think it is harsh, people do move around teams and take with them knowledge and you cannot stop that. It also shows that Alonso is not a team player, so watch out other teams when he left Mclaren and join you next year. He is only imterested for himself.

        So may the best driver win in the next race in Brazil.

      • I don't think a good and talented driver need to be hyped, he is only as good as his results. Excellent F1 cars will not win races on their own.
        So give the young man his credit.
        Alonso is a good driver, but he seems to think that being winner in the last two will entiltle him to win the next one and his team mate will have to sit around polishing his halmet. Grow up Alonso, and stop moaning!!
        As for Mclaren's punishment, I think it is harsh, people do move around teams and take with them knowledge and you cannot stop that. It also shows that Alonso is not a team player, so watch out other teams when he left Mclaren and join you next year. He is only imterested for himself.

        So may the best driver win in the next race in Brazil.

      • i am and will always be a mclaren fan but i don't like the stupidity of hamilton in the chinese grand prix meaning he is not that great a race car driver.
        he had been lucky to be in a winning car this year thanks to ferrari or not.

    • Hey DB: Lewis Hamilton had no Knowledge of what was going on so why on earth would the FIA penalise him.
      Now Alonso thats a different matter, Ron Dennis should have sacked him on the spot and the FIA should have banned him from racing for a couple of seasons.

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      • "Lewis Hamilton had no Knowledge of what was going on so why on earth would the FIA penalise him"

        In case you didnt know, Lewis Hamilton doesnt run on foot around the track to win races...

        HE DRIVES A MCLAREN, Lewis Hamilton is part of the McLaren team, the car manufacturer that was found and PROVEN guilty of cheating by using Ferrari`s confidential data.

      • how deluded are you, lewis new nothing, MY ARSE. you dont have the driver not knowing what his crew know, dont be so bloody narrow minded and naive.

      • You are right. I agree.

        However, if the team is found guilty of espionage (and it obviously helped the team advance) and are penalized. The drivers should be taken from the title chase for the same reason. It's nothing agaisnt Lewis. It's a ruling against a team. The teams car advanced due to this info and so does the driver.

        The ruling was inconsistant. And after Bernie informed the public he had the evidence prior to the "Immunity announcement" from Max. It really clears the smoke and mirrors show Max and Bernie put on.

        Why would they not disqualify the team as a whole and give immunity to the drivers when they already had the evidence in hand? They chose to make a bias decision instead of a consistant one.

        I've had to disqualify drivers and teams before who I've befriended. I did it without favoritism or bias because it was consistant with the sporting rules.

        The FIA's dicision was not.

      • John i agree with you in sacking the crying spanish monkey boy, but do you think ron could do with splashing out more money why not keep him on in the team and make his life hell so he has to walk.You get the best of both worlds then lol.
        I would love to be a fly on the wall in the debriefing room after this weekends race haha.

    • Not just Webber winging, so was Vettel blaming a car that was two cars in front of him, what a plonker! the reason he ran into the back of Webber was because he was too bl**dy close and not paying attention, he admitted he was watching Lewis and not Webber!
      And don`t forget that both Webber and Vettel`s engine`s are supplied by Ferrari who was in no doubt behind this complaint and will probably have another objection against Lewis this weekend!
      Good luck Lewis.

    • This year Lewis isn't in any class. Unfortunately his driver's title is tainted.

      He's a great talented driver, but McLaren's antics this year have tainted what could've been an outstanding Formula One season and Championship.

      $100 million dollar penalty and sticken from the 2007 manufacturers title for espionage and IMMUNITY FOR THE DRIVERS is absolutely hysterical! The FIA & Bernie let their bias for a driver determine the penalty. There was no logic.

      If you refuse to see it... It shows the depth of your sportsmanship. You never involve favoritism when making an official ruling. That's what the FIA did. The facts are all there.

      Bernie had the evidence in hand (given to him by Alonso. Max then offers the immunity to the drivers and the rest is history!

      Heck, I thought NASCAR was bad!