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lewis hamilton sucked so bad today, again making noob mistakes and reckless driving, alonso showed us all what a real driver can do, not a wanabe kid that leaves the track to go and hide from the pres…
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
lewis hamilton sucked so bad today, again making noob mistakes and reckless driving, alonso showed us all what a real driver can do, not a wanabe kid that leaves the track to go and hide from the press, then comes back because he got told off hehe :) i really hope he dont win the championship he dont deserve to win.

me waits for all you lewis fanboys to reply :)
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
A nice day for trolling isn't it?
#2
didn't see it who won?
banned#3
Alonso won
banned#4
I think Hamilton is awesome, it's the sport that's letting it down....to many rules now, as brundle said everyones paranoid, every time a driver goes boo they're all looking to pounce and give penalties etc....Go back to the good old days of F1 and look at the classics, they bumping wheels, going accross the grass etc...we call them classics, nowadays every race like that would get 100 drive throughs
#5
He did suck donkey dong
#6
if the penalties were evenly distributed then fair enough.
when was the last time you saw penalty for aggressive driving into the first corner? they could give that to every driver in every race. then near the end massa puts a move on webber and the only way he can pass is to put all 4 wheels over the pit-lane line. did he get a penalty for that? of course not. and strangely enough it took 17 laps for the stewards to decide to give hamilton his penalty, foresaid decision coming after they were forced to issue massa a penalty for knocking hamilton through 180 degrees.

another case for Ferrari International Assistance or FIA as they're more commonly known
#7
One thing i dont understand is how the feck Bourdais got a penalty.
#8
Zootaga
I think Hamilton is awesome, it's the sport that's letting it down....to many rules now, as brundle said everyones paranoid, every time a driver goes boo they're all looking to pounce and give penalties etc....Go back to the good old days of F1 and look at the classics, they bumping wheels, going accross the grass etc...we call them classics, nowadays every race like that would get 100 drive throughs


well i agree that the sport is just to easy and safe now.
#9
matt3454
One thing i dont understand is how the feck Bourdais got a penalty.


beacuse he had the cheek to get in the way of a red car.... thats ruel number one in the book :thumbsup:
#10
RedIron
A nice day for trolling isn't it?


well yes its been a great day outside, but not trolling just facts :thumbsup:
#11
by my reckoning that is six penalties hammy has got in one season!! The fia are deffinately not being balanced in their penalties. I agree he did deserve some though. hammy is a great driver and a big personality which sometimes lands him in hot water, i hope he doesn't change though as he is great for formula one:thumbsup:
#12
Daytrader;3177314
well yes its been a great day outside, but not trolling just facts :thumbsup:


This is trolling;

me waits for all you lewis fanboys to reply :)


:p
#13
RedIron
This is trolling;



:p


yeh you got me there, just did not thiink so many would bite so quickly :p
#14
Daytrader
yeh you got me there, just did not thiink so many would bite so quickly :p


I didn't see anyone bite to your flame bait:?. Just one person giving his opinion on why he likes Hamilton:whistling:
#15
matt3454
One thing i dont understand is how the feck Bourdais got a penalty.


i "think" the official reason is unsafe release from pitlane.

but as above the real reason is that he got in the way of a ferrari.
#16
OK people, here's my conspiracy theory.....

I started thinking this last season. Just as Hamilton looks like he's going to win the championship strange things start to happen. Dodgy pitting strategies, strange trye choices, random engine failures etc etc. I personally think something is going on behind the scenes that just doesn't sit right with me.

Again this season Hamilton is drawing to a close and looking like a championship victory and ooh look... let's penalise Hamilton for, as far i can see, perfectly legit racing. Penalties coming from all directions and ALWAYS weighted heavily against Lewis.

Today Massa gets a drive through, why!!?!?! It should me more than that, a blatent hit from Massa. He should've pitted too as a penalty. Hamilton gets penalised 25 seconds for his last offence, just enough time to take the points away from Lewis and put Massa back in the game.

Now, here's my thoughts.... I think there's a racism issue going on here, the first black driver to win Formula One. There's a lot of 'old school' in F1 still and i personally don't think they like this situation, and no im not black by the way, just someone seeing it from a different angle.

So, from here on in, if you disagree with what im saying check out what happens between now and the end of the season. My guess is Hamilton will have some mysterious knock back and will not win. I sincerley hope im wrong as i believe Hamilton deserves to win a championship and should've last year. Furthermore we have a BRITISH driver here so why are people knocking him, isn't that what we've wanted for the last decade!!??
#17
in my eyes its nothing to do with him being black, its just that he has got to cockey, he's a ok driver but nothing special put any of the current drivers in the best car and there all win.
#18
everybody seems to be on the alonso band wagon now that hamilton has made an uncharacteristic mistake in what could have been a first bend masterstroke but for a split second. Has everybody forgotten that Hamilton was the number one scorer ahead of alonso in his debut season?? prepare to praise britains new world champion.
#19
intresting points shreddie... but maybe the mistakes and problems are 80% in his own mind :) he just needs to chill out and stop seeing red ( so to speek ) when he sees other car over take him.

but TBH at the end of last race all Hamelton had to do to win was finish 2nd behind massa if massa won every race that was left...

So as massa got 2 points and Hamelton got non, it just the same as if it had been 1 - 2 for Massa and Hamelton, just with the added bonus of Kubica getting closer.

so game on in a way...

But then my national pride in me want Hamelton to win

but the the F1 fan in me wants Kubica to win ( less mistakes ETC )

and then the WTF stop messing with every overtake move with ruels says lets just forget the season and start again next year :D
#20
I hear your points saveuk BUT he's a born driver so he's always going to push that little further. You're not going to be a extraordinary F1 driver without taking risks and driving to the limits. In Massa's case hear it was an obvious shunt with NO attempt to avoid.

Apparently the best car on the circuit this year is the Ferrari so it proves again what an incredible driver Hamilton is.

Also, i agree with your point about finishing 2nd behind Massa, shame Massa had to give him a little punt, very handy!! The penalty simply wasn't enough. I gaurantee if it was Lewis that hit Massa that would be an entirely different story resulting in a massive penalty.

On my racism theory check out Ecclestone grid interview before the penultimate race last year. Very interesting!!
#21
Shreddie
Hamilton gets penalised 25 seconds for his last offence, just enough time to take the points away from Lewis and put Massa back in the game.

Just to pick you up on this one. Although the awarding of the penalty was as dodgy as possible, the actual ruling is there in black and white, and it does indeed state that 25 seconds will be added.

FIA F1 Sporting Regulations
16.3 The stewards may impose any one of three penalties on any driver involved in an Incident :
a) A drive-through penalty. The driver must enter the pit lane and re-join the race without stopping ;
b) A ten second time penalty. The driver must enter the pit lane, stop at his pit for at least ten seconds and then re-join the race.
c) a drop of ten grid positions at the driver’s next Event.
However, should either of the penalties under a) and b) above be imposed during the last five laps, or after the end of a race, Article 16.4b) below will not apply and 25 seconds will be added to the elapsed race time of the driver concerned.
#22
:-D Bring back Post / Senna at least when they needed / wanted to take each other out the race it allways ended up in two cars in the gravel. so no need punishment during the race..:thumbsup:

As for Hamleton and born racer its true what you said and on a race by race situation he keeps them all on there toes. but and i say BUT at the end of the day its all about closeing out the season now, in 20 years time hardly anyone will remeber who won what race its all about who gets the most points come the end of Brazil.
#23
In my opinion in that incident Lewis did exactly what he was supposed to do... give the opposing driver back the advantage and then after that it's game on. The actual race data showed that he was actually accelerating away from Lewis before he made his overtaking manoeuvre. Therefore why not penalise him a or b and not the full penalty of 25 secs.

Anyway, that could be debated all day long. My point is i believe there's racism within Formula 1 but no-one would have the boll*cks to say that with all the money and power with the FIA.
#24
You missed the last 5 laps part of my previous posting, which is why a or b couldn't be imposed.

I don't really watch any more as it's a bit of a snooze-fest to me these days, but I've seen the incident and the after-jabber about it all. It was a crazy decision to punish him at all for what happened - I don't believe it's been done before and it'll be interesting to see if it's imposed again in the future. The FIA needs a major upheaval to keep the fans (other than Ferrari fans anyway) happy.

I hear they've also dropped one of the favourite, overtaking-friendly races out of the calendar now too. Canada's been dropped, and the Canadians only found out when it was on the news. Oops, FIA!
#25
aaah ok, re-read it. Very interesting points Geenius. Well i guess we'll see how this season pans out!! enjoy

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