Silver_Arrows

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  1. Hamilton Vs Vettel, See The Video

    Blah, wrong forum. thought i\'d deleted this from my bookmarks sorry
  2. Kimi At Monaco Vs Lewis At Canada

    Nice to see a moderator congratulating someone for posting flamebait!
  3. Alonso Signs Deal With Ferrari?

    It means modern people do not work on outmoded principles of Fair Play (you should know, you supported one of the biggest cheats in the history of motorsport). Formula 1 is a high powered, result driven world and Fernando is well within his rights to complain if he feels that his team cost him a decent result.
  4. Alonso Signs Deal With Ferrari?

    We are living in 2008 not the 1950s
  5. Cav Would Love This...

    Funny that, I have seen Lewis take the blame when he genuinely feels he was at fault, like when he hit Alonso in Malaysia for example.
  6. Alonso Signs Deal With Ferrari?

    Yet another person using a rediculous analagy to try and make a point. Funny.
  7. Invent A Word

    Ronaldo is bad yes, but I feel Drogba is a lot worse... though Diving is something that pretty much afflicts the entire chelsea team.
  8. Political Correctness Gone Mad

    Just another example of PC bullcrap gone mad.
  9. Cav Would Love This...

    I never said that at any point, but there are some things that Drivers need warnings about. And you are an arrogant, pretentious jerk that clearly needs to get a life that does not revolve around insulting and threatening people on the internet. I would never imagine myself saying this to someone a lot older than I am, but grow the fudge up.
  10. Alonso Signs Deal With Ferrari?

    If a driver feels a strategy is wrong, he has every right to call it into question, and on this Occasion he was well within his rights to do so. Drivers are part of the strategy it is not just the team that defines it, and you evidently need to remove your I HATE ALONSO glasses for a second, see past your bias, and actually read into the issue here, which is a driver with a legitimate complaint about a strategy error.
  11. Cav Would Love This...

    I do not feel this forum is Anti Max or Anti Ferrari. The biggest majority of the users are Ferrari fans or Raikkonen fans, and I have seen just as much support for Max from the members here as I have seen against him. Most Ferrari fans dont actually hate Lewis, you will find that Ferrari fans feel it as being necessary to bitch about all of their opponents regardless of whom they are.
  12. Bmw Race Tactics?

    Indeed, I believe that Ferrari and McLaren (in particular their drivers) have made an unusual amount of mistakes this year, which has certainly helped BMW, but as I have said in defense of Alonso and Raikkonen, nobody in F1 wins by accident, and BMW are really stepping up to the plate at the moment, and they deserve massive credit for that. Although I am a McLaren fan, I am pleased to see another team enter the fray it makes life a lot more interesting.
  13. Idiot Of The Race

    Indeed, that was an interesting moment, and great to watch a bit of spirited driving. I also enjoyed the brilliantly opportunistic pass that Massa made in the hairpin. According to Fernando his strategy was such that he had no realistic chance of fighting the BMW cars, his main motive for getting past Nick was that Nick was full of fuel and he did not want to be held up. I also do not blame him for his off, he was another person caught out by the track, he only went offline by about 6 inches, and from there he was straight to the scene of the accident. Easy to say be careful, but in my opinion Fernando is not the kind of driver to tippytoe around any racetrack.
  14. Cav Would Love This...

    Correction:
  15. Canadian Gp - Race

    I dont know because I never claimed that, I accept that fernando did not deserve the 2007 title. I also think that Ferrari do still have an advantage in race pace over McLaren, and they where clearly a whole lot stronger in the 4 races they won, with the exception of turkey probably too strong for McLaren. I agree that McLaren have gained a bit of speed since then, and are closer, but the performance of Ferrari, minus their melbourne blip was a lot better at the start of this season. All I know for certain is that all 3 of the expected title protagonists, Lewis, Kimi, and Massa have had 3 no point scoring DNFs and neither of them can afford another. With his penalty in france, Lewis will probably only just about manage to get in the arse end of the points there, as it is not an easy track to pass on, and with the next 2 tracks historically being Ferrari dominated and probably more suitable to their car I believe he will probably slip a bit further behind.