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F1 2016 Xbox one @ Argos £28.99

£28.99 @ Argos
First post Looking for Xbox one copy found a decent price after missing the black Friday sales for the game. Read More
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Looking for Xbox one copy found a decent price after missing the black Friday sales for the game.
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#2
I think the title needs editing....

Screenshot (30 Nov 2016 19:19:09) £28.99
#3
cheers for that
silly mistake
1 Like #4
Good find OP. Granted I bought it at £24 on psn but this isn't bad for a physical copy!

Heat added
1 Like #5
Cold, after winning the title it forces you to quit.
suspended#6
Is there a Rosberg lost his bottle update yet?
3 Likes #7
Chasloyal
Is there a Rosberg lost his bottle update yet?

If you were a multi millionaire and you had achieved what you wanted in a sport you had dedicated your life to, would you stick around to risk your life regularly? The guy is a father and to me it sounds like he has got his priorities right. Its well known he used to fear his father being injured in races, maybe he doesnt want his kids growing up under that same cloud.
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EstorilBlue
Chasloyal
Is there a Rosberg lost his bottle update yet?
If you were a multi millionaire and you had achieved what you wanted in a sport you had dedicated your life to, would you stick around to risk your life regularly? The guy is a father and to me it sounds like he has got his priorities right. Its well known he used to fear his father being injured in races, maybe he doesnt want his kids growing up under that same cloud.

As far as I knew he's a university graduate and highly intelligent, more than capable of achieving highly in life without driving round Brand's Hatch in his pimped up Renault 5 GT turbo, so what did he go in to that game in the first place for?

Sorry but don't buy in to that he's worried about his nipper bolxxxxs, if he was he would have walked away from the stupid boy racing the minute his missus knew they had a kid was on the way.

I'm not going to mug myself off talking about what I used to get up to but it was every bit as dangerous as driving around like a blue axxxd fly in a hyper safety conscious multi million pound motor, if not more so, and I didn't get paid a penny for it but my eldest being born didn't stop me doing it and when my younger was born I did it even more regardless of fatherhood times two.

We all do what we do because we enjoy it, because we want recognition, because we're addicted to it, because we're greedy or whatever but dont bore me with he was worried about his kid because he's totally contradicted himself talking about worrying about his old man and then staying in F1 himself.

Pilots and air crew put themselves in more danger every day of their lives than these muggy pampered F1 drivers do, bunch of cxxxs every one of them and none more so than that soppy spoilt dinlow from Stevenage.

I'll get off my soapbox now oO
1 Like #9
Can you go Lewis Hamilton in this? If so, it would be useful if they included some added mollycoddling when you underperform after a race, perhaps also include a few dialogue options to make excuses for not winning? Honestly, the excuses after he lost the championship - unbelievable. The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
#10
now £32.99
#11
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
#12
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
#13
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......


The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
#14
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
DNFs are part of the sport, as with other sports there are external factors that can influence the outcome. Shouldn't deter away from the fact we have a champion after 20 races, and someone more interested in making excuses.

Indeed I don't remember another championship in recent history where DNFs have been spoken about to this extent. Hamilton is not the first driver to suffer a technical failure, won't be the last.

Edited By: pfagan10 on Dec 05, 2016 20:16
suspended#15
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
DNFs are part of the sport, as with other sports there are external factors that can influence the outcome. Shouldn't deter away from the fact we have a champion after 20 races, and someone more interested in making excuses.

No excuse for being a jumped up pampered male member and every single F1 driver is one of them so I don't even see what this debate's about.

The only time this turbo powered ringa ringa roses gets interesting is when one of them hits the wall and that bitter bell Jackie Stewart gets rolled out to whine about there's not enough safety in the 'sport'

I mean how awful that you might have to do something risky for 25 million a year eh (_;)
#16
Chasloyal
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
DNFs are part of the sport, as with other sports there are external factors that can influence the outcome. Shouldn't deter away from the fact we have a champion after 20 races, and someone more interested in making excuses.
No excuse for being a jumped up pampered male member and every single F1 driver is one of them so I don't even see what this debate's about.
The only time this turbo powered ringa ringa roses gets interesting is when one of them hits the wall and that bitter bell Jackie Stewart gets rolled out to whine about there's not enough safety in the 'sport'
I mean how awful that you might have to do something risky for 25 million a year eh (_;)
Even then, you can just blame the car when you don't do your job properly :p! I'm not speaking as pro or anti- any driver. More as a lapsed F1 fan, the sport has gone to the dogs. Sky would have you believe it's at its best, I beg to differ lol.
suspended#17
pfagan10
Chasloyal
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
DNFs are part of the sport, as with other sports there are external factors that can influence the outcome. Shouldn't deter away from the fact we have a champion after 20 races, and someone more interested in making excuses.
No excuse for being a jumped up pampered male member and every single F1 driver is one of them so I don't even see what this debate's about.
The only time this turbo powered ringa ringa roses gets interesting is when one of them hits the wall and that bitter bell Jackie Stewart gets rolled out to whine about there's not enough safety in the 'sport'
I mean how awful that you might have to do something risky for 25 million a year eh (_;)
Even then, you can just blame the car when you don't do your job properly :p! I'm not speaking as pro or anti- any driver. More as a lapsed F1 fan, the sport has gone to the dogs. Sky would have you believe it's at its best, I beg to differ lol.

I'm not in to motor sport at all, I can watch a bit of the rally stuff I suppose but F1 is so not my thing. I can't stand motorbikes either but I'd say the speedway lads, let alone them on the superbike things deserve every penny they earn whilst F1 drivers are spoilt pampered brats.

I know someone who knew Hamilton as a kid and teenager, in fact her son used to knock around with him a bit, and she said he's always been like it so perhaps part of getting the gig is to be a born diva :D
#18
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
DNFs are part of the sport, as with other sports there are external factors that can influence the outcome. Shouldn't deter away from the fact we have a champion after 20 races, and someone more interested in making excuses.
Indeed I don't remember another championship in recent history where DNFs have been spoken about to this extent. Hamilton is not the first driver to suffer a technical failure, won't be the last.
But you said the best driver is the champion, which is not the case. The champion and best driver is not and does not have to be the same thing. You seem to just have a dislike for Hamilton that is suppressing your logic. I think you would struggle to find anyone without a bias to say nico is the best driver. Hell I doubt nico would say he is the best.
#19
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
jimhuf
pfagan10
The best driver always wins the championship, end of story.
No the driver with the most points always wins the championship. Thats different
Hmm I beg to differ. I can appreciate the difference in performance from each team (lets not forget F1 is essentially a two category sport at the moment, Mercedes.....then the rest.). Hamilton lost a battle of two.......
The best driver assumes no outside factors and all things been equal Hamilton would have scored more points. If you take away Hamiltons and Nicos dnfs then Lewis would have had more points
DNFs are part of the sport, as with other sports there are external factors that can influence the outcome. Shouldn't deter away from the fact we have a champion after 20 races, and someone more interested in making excuses.
Indeed I don't remember another championship in recent history where DNFs have been spoken about to this extent. Hamilton is not the first driver to suffer a technical failure, won't be the last.
But you said the best driver is the champion, which is not the case. The champion and best driver is not and does not have to be the same thing. You seem to just have a dislike for Hamilton that is suppressing your logic. I think you would struggle to find anyone without a bias to say nico is the best driver. Hell I doubt nico would say he is the best.
I can assure you I am not biased in any way, shape or form, as stated above. I just lack appetite for a sport I once loved. Perhaps I misspoke, the champion is always the driver that deserves to be so. It's a fools errand to dedicate your breath to "but, but, he's not the best driver, Lewis is". There is no entry for this in the record books. His ego need not be massaged. As said above, he's a diva that isn't particularly good for the sport.

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