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  1. Indeed I didn't bother enough to even make it readable enough. Plus i 'm not English. What I meant (deep breath), is : 1. If he cannot understand the differences or the circumstances that differentiate these events, i bet there quite a few other things he can't understand. Have you ever seen the video from adelaide '94? Have you ever raced in a track with opponents? Maybe you should take an unbiased look and tell me again. 2. Also, if we were to compare punishments, we have a team principal who admitted to have ordered his driver to hit a wall so that other driver can win from the back of the grid and a race driver who had some "suspicious" events that can be considered as racing incidents or bad judgment at some very highly stressful situations (championship on the line, figure it out). There is no way to prove they were deliberate so it's plain bigotry in my book. MS was excluded from the results of the 1997 championship, quite a severe punishment and this still without concrete evidence. 3. They have been beaten to death.
  2. From here The point of interest is this: ...Moreover, Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo now rarely mentions thename of the team's Finnish driver, and on Thursday the Italian cametantalisingly close to letting the cat out of the bag. Speaking with Spanish reporters at an event in Madrid, he said in a video posted on the website of the sports newspaper Marca: "We are very happy about having so many fans in Spain, and next year, with Alonso..." Montezemolo stopped himself, laughed, and pointed a finger at the similarly-amused ranks of pressmen. Later, he said: "I can confirm that Massa will be the first driver, and the third driver will be Giancarlo Fisichella. "After Singapore, Stefano Domenicali and I will meet and decide whowill be (in the) second car. Soon we will make the announcement," saidMontezemolo.
  3. I bet there are a lot of other things you can' understand! Briatore admitted quilt, the others are assumptions, unproven beyond reasonable doubt and bigot-isms, if there is such a word! These matters have been beaten to death more than anything and I just can't see the purpose! By the way, did you know M. Schumacher has 7 world titles *to his name and 91 victories?!!!
  4. Whaaat?? You plan on listening the whole thing?? Please don't, things are bad enough as it is...
  5. Ok, I guess Briatore in a thong won't be missed by anyone for sure, we got that covered!
  6. Since good ol' Flavio is now out of the sport, I think it's only fair to provide him with his own farewell thread! I know he wasn't the most like-able guy, but he was a special person indeed! I wouldn't mind having him back actually!
  7. Well, looking back (at youtube) and seeing Piquet's crash again, I must say... he was excellent! I don't think he ever drove that car as masterfully as he crashed it! Too bad to see Flav leave, not because I like (which I don't) but because he is a classic F1 figure! The paddock won't be the same without him!
  8. Welcome back Mike and Eric!! Great thread and I wish F1 had more historical teams to write about! The thing about Ferrari is that is an "exotic" car manufacturer that dares to compete at the ultimate level and not simply built "rich boy toys" that are hidden behind horsepower numbers. There is an authentic racing heritage that is alive and kicking in their road cars and is available to the public! Also the sentiment does belong in a team like Ferrari, but remember Enzo Ferrari! He was notoriously hard but also generous with every single one of his employees! He demanded absolute perfection! The ultimate success Ferrari had during the Todt-Schumacher-Brawn era would make him indeed proud, to see his team united like an army and aiming only for the ultimate success! Also all (we) Mediterranean guys are notoriously bad at losing and I know very well I enjoyed every single one of MS's victories or any other Ferrari driver for that matter! Perhaps there is a bit of a cultural difference in perception regarding competitiveness , since this is the World championship, but I assure you that even though many of the fans were complaining of boring seasons, many other where enjoying them or getting terribly annoyed because their team was doing/not doing well!
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  10. Oh and welcome to the forums gos27 !!
  11. Just saw this discussion and got confused! So you are a minor and George aka Rainmaster came to your town to meet you saying he was your friend from the internet, while dressed in a "Tails" (googled it just now, looks pretty good!!) costume!! Sounds like fun (and police work) !!!
  12. No its not! That's Lewis Hamilton!!!
  13. Yes you are a lucky girl!!I use to have some friends there too!Typical Pelloponisioi characters!!"Kato apo to avlaki"* etc * Star indicates Greek expressions that are untranslatable and incomprehensible to the rest of the world!!
  14. Been there many times!!I like it a lot!!
  15. He he!Where are you from(peripou) by the way??
  16. Well perhaps its better for the others to know what we are talking about!I'm in Cyprus!! Καλωσορισες (welcome for you other guys) by the way!!!I 've been the only Greek here for a long time!Exempt that one time when Autumnpuma was posting as Socrates but that was a fraud!!
  17. Well well, another Greek in here finally !!!And its a giiirrlll!!!! Stand back Quiet One She is an Alonso fan though...
  18. That subject was thoroughly discussed here back then and I urge you to look up the relevant threads.Anyway this was a "welcome" thread for the newcomers here and once gain it was blown off topic... You have a tendency to derail threads!No offence but I noticed it recently (before this one got off course, of course!) !
  19. You know that you can't prove any of these Besides why did you brought this up now??I don't suppose you were on Youtube watching F1 videos... ...watching Schumi's past triumphs Yes I guess I got that from you!!It does sound cooler though...
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