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  1. Michelin Makes Me Cry

    Extracted from: http://www.pitpass.com/fes_php/pitpass_new...es_art_id=29815 Au revoir Fernando was not the only long-standing member of the team to be leaving after Sunday's race. The 2006 Brazilian Grand Prix was Michelin's final race in this era of the French manufacturer's F1 participation, and it was with great satisfaction that its staff conquered two more world titles, to add to those won with Renault last year. The emotion was reflected by the company's F1 programme director Nick Shorrock, who stood quietly with a tear in his eye as Fernando crossed the line. And Ferni was quick to pay homage to their sterling work:
  2. Damon Hill's Dedication To Fiarrari Fans

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/motorsport...one/6040498.stm Last Updated: Monday, 23 October 2006, 05:27 GMT 06:27 UK Schumi comes under fire from Hill By Andrew Benson Michael Schumacher has needlessly compromised his standing in Formula One history, says former rival Damon Hill. "People have an uneasiness about Michael, which is a shame because with that much talent it could have been different." Schumacher retired after Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix with more titles and race wins than any other driver. But Hill said the German's reputation for dubious tactics would tarnish the way he was judged, despite his record-breaking seven drivers' titles. "It is a shame because I really think with that much talent it could have been different," said Hill. The 46-year-old Englishman told the BBC earlier this month that he thought Schumacher had not been good for F1. Hill also believes the career-long list of controversial incidents in which Schumacher has been involved have detracted from his talent and achievements. "Michael has won the most, there is no taking that way, and there is no doubting his talent, but the manner in which it has been achieved has left two camps," said Hill. "There are the Michael supporters - and there always will be - and there are those who have an uneasiness about it, which is a shame because I really think with that much talent it could have been different." "Michael has taken a slightly cynical approach to the sport which has been bad for it, and bad for us watching it." Hill had a series of run-ins with Schumacher when they were rivals in the mid-1990s, most noticeably in 1994. Schumacher led the championship by a point going into the season-ending Australian Grand Prix in Adelaide. But Hill's hopes of the title were dashed when the German turned his Benetton into the Englishman's Williams. Neither could finish, so Schumacher was crowned champion. "I believe Michael has taken a slightly cynical approach to the sport which has been bad for it and bad for us watching it," added Hill, who went on to become champion in 1996. "I feel a little bit as if he has been taking things for granted a little bit. "Those uncomfortable experiences like Austria [in 2002, when Ferrari ordered team-mate Rubens Barrichello to hand victory to Schumacher on the last lap], we don't want those sort of things happening. "You've got to have some respect. There's no need for F1, it's only a bloody sport. It doesn't have to happen. "If anything serious happened, they'd cancel motorsport and we'd have to get on with the serious things in life. "So there is an obligation to entertain, there is an obligation to deliver something honest, something truthful to the people who watch and who have paid for it. "That's been put to one side slightly in Michael's career. I don't think I'm alone in thinking that, but what can you do about it?" Hill said Schumacher's statistical achievements had fooled a lot of people into disregarding his dark side. "A lot of people are only interested in the victory, they're not necessarily interested in how it's achieved," said the Briton. A special dedication to Fiarrari fans. Don't pick me, is from Damon Hill. Those who disagree please contact him, thanks!
  3. The Red Car Rule

    http://www.grandprix.com/ns/ns17670.html OCTOBER 20, 2006 The red car rule There has long been a joke in F1 circles that Ferrari can get away with whatever it pleases because of a mythical FIA regulation which is called "The Red Car Rule". Read any F1 forum and you will see endless references to the fact that the FIA and Ferrari are seen to be too close. The announcement that Ferrari will be allowed to supply two teams with engines in 2008 is not going to help this perception. Article 43 of the 2008 FIA Sporting Regulations states that "a major car manufacturer may not directly or indirectly supply engines for more than two teams of two cars each without the consent of the FIA". The rule goes on to define a major car manufacturer as "a company whose shares are quoted on a recognised stock exchange or the subsidiary of such a company". The FIA has now ruled that "Ferrari's request to supply two teams with engines in the 2008 championship has been accepted". This presumably means that Ferrari will supply itself and two customers and thus will have engines in six cars. Shares in Ferrari are not quoted on a major stock exchange - the plan for that was aborted in June - but its parent company, at least according to the FIAT website, is FIAT and the Italian giant says it is listed "on the Italian Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana), and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) through American Depositary Receipts". Thus Ferrari qualifies as a major manufacturer. One can perhaps argue that there are holding companies involved but as FIAT itself admits that it owns Ferrari, then they should not be allowed to gain an advantage when most of the time they are only too keen to claim ownership of the team. Having established this, one has to ask why Ferrari should be allowed to supply more teams than others as it will mean a material benefit given that there is now a testing restriction which means that a team running six cars will get more information than a team running four engines. This is the problem that has developed in recent years in NASCAR where the big teams gain an advantage by doing more tests and thus drive the smaller operations out of business. It is also a disastrous announcement for Cosworth because it means that there is now almost no chance of an engine deal in the future. The aim of the rule changes was to protect the smaller companies in F1 - at least that was one of the stated aims - but the reality is that Cosworth is being driven out of the sport because it cannot subsidise its engines as the other teams do. Ferrari, on the other hand, is being allowed to subsidise its engines by selling more to others. Worst of all, however, is the fact that the new ruling means that the perception of the FIA being too close to Ferrari is strengthened rather than weakened. And that is no good for anyone in the sport. In addition.......... http://www.pitpass.com/fes_php/pitpass_new...es_art_id=28250 Why Ferrari always gains extra benefits from FIA??? The wheel cover, Massa Monza lies, .......... By the way, Fcuk Ferrari......... Fcuk Schumi........
  4. Michelin Makes Me Cry

    Thanks for supporting me and the fair play.
  5. Damon Hill's Dedication To Fiarrari Fans

    He is just lucky to escape from serious penalties or sanctions such as the incident in 1997. In fact, his dirty trick in 1994 is worst than the 1997. Look it up!
  6. Damon Hill's Dedication To Fiarrari Fans

    Not less than 20 times. A sporting F1 driver won't do that.
  7. Driver Of The Day??

    Thw worst driver of the century.
  8. Schumi "The Greatest"

    The debate went for more than a few months and years ago. I am here just to reiterate the facts to those who is still sleeping. Schumi "the Greatest Cheater"... thbdn.gif
  9. So What

    then 'schumisucked' as you wish.
  10. End Of And Era -bye Bye Schumi

    The justice day has finally arrived. The dark side of F1 has finally ended. Although schumi is staying in F1 longer than expected, but thanks him for giving the spectators a clean sport ahead. In fact, looking into the statistics from www.formula1.com website, he is not the greatest. Statiscally speaking, by dividing all his records by the number of races, his is second class. Please be smart while using statistical numbers. A smart guy will not only look at superficial facts without making appropriate comparisons.
  11. So What

    Find his successor who is well-known to be the Greatest Cheater on track. I think Massa has some of his footsteps i.e. lying as and when he seems fit.
  12. Schumi "The Greatest"

    Schumi "the Greatest Cheater"...
  13. JV Issues Final Schu Verdict

    http://www.homeofsport.com/f1/news/item.aspx?id=17343 JV issues final Schu verdict - 22 October 2006 In the hours before Michael Schumacher's last of 250 career grands prix, his harshest critic - 1997 title rival Jacques Villeneuve - has issued one final verdict on the record holding seven time champion. 35-year-old Villeneuve, who was forced out of the BMW team earlier in 2006 and called time on his own Formula One career, said he did not doubt either the success or the dedication of the Ferrari veteran. JV reckons Schumacher often drove 'inconsiderately', 'unfairly', and 'made his own rules'. To the 'Welt' newspaper, the French Canadian also insisted: "I don't believe that you can judge the greatness or the quality of a sportsman by his achievements alone." Villeneuve, the victim of Schumacher's notorious move at Jerez in 1997, said he was disturbed by Schumacher's insistence that he be a perpetual 'number one' within his team. "And I'm not only referring to the equipment he and his teammates receive. I'm talking about the psychological support, the way the drivers are treated by the team," he said. He said he wouldn't have accepted the job as Schumacher's number two. "I accept that Michael did not want me," Villeneuve insisted, "but I would never have slipped into the role of an Eddie Irvine or a Barrichello or a Massa."
  14. The Red Car Rule

    Same to you.
  15. Webbo Slams Schumi!

    A much better qoutes from JV. http://www.homeofsport.com/f1/news/item.aspx?id=17343 JV issues final Schu verdict - 22 October 2006 In the hours before Michael Schumacher's last of 250 career grands prix, his harshest critic - 1997 title rival Jacques Villeneuve - has issued one final verdict on the record holding seven time champion. 35-year-old Villeneuve, who was forced out of the BMW team earlier in 2006 and called time on his own Formula One career, said he did not doubt either the success or the dedication of the Ferrari veteran. JV reckons Schumacher often drove 'inconsiderately', 'unfairly', and 'made his own rules'. To the 'Welt' newspaper, the French Canadian also insisted: "I don't believe that you can judge the greatness or the quality of a sportsman by his achievements alone." Villeneuve, the victim of Schumacher's notorious move at Jerez in 1997, said he was disturbed by Schumacher's insistence that he be a perpetual 'number one' within his team. "And I'm not only referring to the equipment he and his teammates receive. I'm talking about the psychological support, the way the drivers are treated by the team," he said. He said he wouldn't have accepted the job as Schumacher's number two. "I accept that Michael did not want me," Villeneuve insisted, "but I would never have slipped into the role of an Eddie Irvine or a Barrichello or a Massa."