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  • jo-anne jo-anne Aug 31, 2007 16:04 Flag

    Hamilton and the Press...........

    i agree..i think,no i believe he is just being childish or dumbed for thinking that the press wont be flocking around him when he says no...then maybe if he doesnt want those people around he shouldnt have started winning races in the first places..he should have stayed behind alonso's shadow....and regarding "b" and "ernie",you're right about it...i started watching F1 on tv when i was just 14..and damn i enjoyed it..but now,it's really boring if you watch it early..as you say it's all Hamilton...and what if the situation of ferrari and mclaren is reversed..how would the mclaren feel if ferrari go unpunished...

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    • I would really like to see him in a spyker car, trying to qualify in the top 10.... i really doubt that he would.

      F-1 is all about cars performances now... nothing to do with pilots.

      Someone put a post in another thread that i really liked:
      Give them all the SAME car, with the SAME tyres, and have them race like that. I can assure you that Lewis wouldnt be doing as good as today. He certainly wouldnt top the drivers championship.
      And anyway McLaren is a disgrace to the sport. They should be banned for 2008, and denied their trophies of 2007... anything else, and you can say F-1 is dead.

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        "And anyway McLaren is a disgrace to the sport. They should be banned for 2008, and denied their trophies of 2007... anything else, and you can say F-1 is dead."
        .......Unquote


        #$%$ starts with 'a', elbow starts with 'e'. Unfortunately, your so bloody stupid you wouldn't know the difference.
        Disgrace to the sport? Why?

        If you want to talk disgrace, maybe the once named BAR should have had their #$%$ kicked out of F1 for cheating with a hidden fuel tank, or Renault for using computer controlled TC, or Ferrari for using flexi wings (which, if you were to believe what the FIA stated at the time, was legal, which kind of contradicts their actual ruling in the F1 rule book). Blatant cheating, but after a reprimand and a 'sit out' by Button, all was well and the fuel tank saga was forgotten about. Renault became masters of computer software self destruction, and Ferrari......well, they are the FIA, so anything they do wrong gets brought in as a new 'allowable' condition/option. Go figure.
        McLaren are at most, or until proof shows otherwise, guilty of not contacting the FIA immediately when finding that Mike Coughlan was in receipt of technical data given to him by Stepney.
        Consider that a FULL TRUTH.