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(ESPN F1)   After being declared the cause of a massive collision in the German Grand Prix, Felipe Massa apologizes. Just kidding, he says everyone drives too farking fast and back in his day morans knew when to STFU   (en.espnf1.com) divider line 22
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2014-07-22 03:49:24 PM  
F1 is so boring I'd rather watch NASCAR.
 
2014-07-22 05:01:20 PM  

Tr0mBoNe: F1 is so boring I'd rather watch NASCAR.


nice trolling
 
2014-07-22 05:23:51 PM  
Felipe just doesn't have that spring in his step anymore.
 
2014-07-22 05:26:22 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Felipe just doesn't have that spring in his step anymore.


Much like Felipe, I did not see that coming.
 
2014-07-22 06:07:02 PM  
Felipe baby... shut the fark up and retire already.
 
2014-07-22 06:13:43 PM  
No, the problems are that if you're not rich enough to make your own engines, you can basically forget about doing anything of consequence on the track, and also: team orders. Team orders team orders team orders. Any team orders that aren't 'race your butt off' are poison.

The Dakar this year. Jesus. Stephane Peterhansel was all set up to win going into the final stage and then the Mini team made him basically pull over, literally stop his car, and let Nani Roma pass him and be the winner the team actually wanted. To ensure a podium sweep, they said. The third place guy was nearly an hour back on the both of them. What the hell did a podium sweep have anything to do with it?
 
2014-07-22 06:30:17 PM  

desertgeek: Felipe baby... shut the fark up and retire already.


This. Unfortunately it would probably result is Disastor Maldonado ending up in the Williams car as a pay driver.

Shipmule has been spectacularly consistent these past few races.
 
2014-07-22 07:39:41 PM  
I would of thought seb would of been the one whinning.
 
2014-07-22 07:54:39 PM  
Danice ( Princess Crumpledfrender) Patrick nods with approval
 
2014-07-22 09:27:33 PM  

Gosling: No, the problems are that if you're not rich enough to make your own engines, you can basically forget about doing anything of consequence on the track


Williams is ahead of Ferrari, and Force India and McLaren are right behind them.
 
2014-07-22 09:31:42 PM  
I want more Alonso/Vettel action this year.  It's been good lately.

Massa isn't done either.
 
2014-07-22 09:31:44 PM  
I wonder if they could spell too?
 
2014-07-22 09:38:50 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Felipe just doesn't have that spring in his step anymore.


You mean since he got the one in his face? ISWYDT
 
2014-07-22 10:42:43 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Gosling: No, the problems are that if you're not rich enough to make your own engines, you can basically forget about doing anything of consequence on the track

Williams is ahead of Ferrari, and Force India and McLaren are right behind them.


Okay, yeah, maybe 'make your own engines' wasn't a picture-perfect description. But the basic point was money matters a bunch. Williams has money.

In any given race, at least this season, you can more or less count on the results looking something like so:

*Mercedes will finish 1-2.
*Red Bull will take the third spot, with the other guy no lower than 8th.
*Force India will be found in 5th-10th.
*The rest of the positions through #12 will be occupied in some order by Williams, Ferrari, McLaren and Toro Rosso, the last of which will be at the bottom of that region. One or two drivers from this group will slip a position or two further down, typically Toro Rosso when one of their cars bites it.
*Lotus, Marussia, Sauber and Caterham will struggle to finish the race and finish in the Who Gives A Shiat positions in whatever the fark order.

It's a very inelastic finish order most of the time. You can get three races into the season and go 'okay, I see where this is heading'.
 
2014-07-22 11:27:21 PM  

The Muthaship: I want more Alonso/Vettel action this year.  It's been good lately.

Massa isn't done either.


Eh, it makes me sad. The only reason Vettel is able to compete this year with Alonso is because the Ferrari is a farking POS.

/not the biggest Alonso fan, but respect the shiat out of him.
 
2014-07-23 05:44:57 AM  
not Massa's finest moment. However, I remember him from 2008, where he lost the title by one point. That interview after that last race, was the classiest piece of sportsmanship I ever saw.
And then it turns out renaut/Alonso cheated in Singapore, which cost him the points to win the title that year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Formula_One_crash_controversy

Not to mention having to pull over to give Alonso an undeserved win after taking a spring to the head.

/can understand why he's soured on truth in f1
 
2014-07-23 07:12:36 AM  

realityVSperception: not Massa's finest moment. However, I remember him from 2008, where he lost the title by one point. That interview after that last race, was the classiest piece of sportsmanship I ever saw.
And then it turns out renaut/Alonso cheated in Singapore, which cost him the points to win the title that year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Formula_One_crash_controversy

Not to mention having to pull over to give Alonso an undeserved win after taking a spring to the head.

/can understand why he's soured on truth in f1


A pox on that French court that re-allowed Flabbio anywhere near an F1 circuit.
 
2014-07-23 08:02:51 AM  

realityVSperception: not Massa's finest moment. However, I remember him from 2008, where he lost the title by one point. That interview after that last race, was the classiest piece of sportsmanship I ever saw.
And then it turns out renaut/Alonso cheated in Singapore, which cost him the points to win the title that year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Formula_One_crash_controversy

Not to mention having to pull over to give Alonso an undeserved win after taking a spring to the head.

/can understand why he's soured on truth in f1


Accusing someone of cheating that had no knowledge is pretty farking low.
 
2014-07-23 10:03:03 AM  

UNC_Samurai: realityVSperception: not Massa's finest moment. However, I remember him from 2008, where he lost the title by one point. That interview after that last race, was the classiest piece of sportsmanship I ever saw.
And then it turns out renaut/Alonso cheated in Singapore, which cost him the points to win the title that year.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Formula_One_crash_controversy

Not to mention having to pull over to give Alonso an undeserved win after taking a spring to the head.

/can understand why he's soured on truth in f1

A pox on that French court that re-allowed Flabbio anywhere near an F1 circuit.


French courts will adjudicate well beyond anything in the physical realm, apparently. Just ask Max Mosley.
 
2014-07-23 10:12:06 AM  
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STFU and drive better Felipe.
 
2014-07-23 02:43:37 PM  

Gosling: No, the problems are that if you're not rich enough to make your own engines, you can basically forget about doing anything of consequence on the track, and also: team orders. Team orders team orders team orders. Any team orders that aren't 'race your butt off' are poison.

The Dakar this year. Jesus. Stephane Peterhansel was all set up to win going into the final stage and then the Mini team made him basically pull over, literally stop his car, and let Nani Roma pass him and be the winner the team actually wanted. To ensure a podium sweep, they said. The third place guy was nearly an hour back on the both of them. What the hell did a podium sweep have anything to do with it?


haven't been able to find any coverage of Dakar races for years
/if you aren't turning left, 'merika ain't interested
 
2014-07-24 03:44:30 AM  
The best part of his tantrum was when he said that bit about "Well, when Iwas a rookie..." something to the effect that they weren't as reckless as these current young bucks are.  Massa was 2002's Pastor Maldonado, it was like bumper cars with that guy.  I had a lot of respect for him when he was doing well at Ferrari but since he has come back from his head injury it seems he never takes responsibility for his actions - it's  always the other guy's fault when there's a crash or whatever.
 
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