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23rd July 2014, 18:18 at 6:18 pm #267893
10. Vettel23rd July 2014, 0:28 at 12:28 am #267851
Globo works like this: “there is a brazilian winner we put a lot of money in it, otherwise forget it”. And this happens with every kind of sport. So they produce a crowd that only like to see brazilian being successful, not caring for the sport itself. It’s ludicrous and as Globo is a giant that runs and pays for almost every sport event, this kind of behavior only causes harm to sport in general in Brazil.
And one of the most iconic figures that represent that is Ayrton Senna. Globo built all of F1 around him, and when he past away the great majority of the people stopped watching, because there “was no more fun in waking up on sunday mornings”. Ridiculous.17th March 2014, 22:23 at 10:23 pm #253029
Best Driver: Magnussen
Worst Driver: Perez
Best Team: Mclaren (Only one Mercedes Petronas car finished)
Worst Team: Sauber
Best Overtake: Bottas on Vergne
Funniest Moment: Tip of the Mclaren nose falling off.
Most Surprising Result: Red Bull pace.
Least Surprising Result: Sauber pace.
Special Mention to: Hamilton. Took the pole, and had a great chance of winning, but starded with 5 cilindres.
Race Rating: 6/10, for a first race with the new regulation it was nice, but could have been better.14th March 2014, 20:35 at 8:35 pm #252339
This is uttlerly ridiculous. For example, the same interview, with the exact same words was portraited in a completely different way in other places.13th March 2014, 19:15 at 7:15 pm #251985
Free will is a great excuse for everything abnormal that happens.
And there is nothing wrong with what Lewis said. Many believe that everything happen for a reason, so i don’t see any issue with his statement. But i suspect if Alonso say anything like that people will find it deep and meaningful.27th January 2014, 19:06 at 7:06 pm #248289
Looks like another vacuum cleaner, but with horns!21st January 2014, 0:31 at 12:31 am #230436
Can’t say that i will miss any of them. Koboyashi and Ericsson looks a much more interesting lineup than Pic and Van der Garde.16th January 2014, 19:34 at 7:34 pm #248097
Haas got everything to make it happen. I hope they get the spot.
And if that happens I believe theres a good chance of Danica Patrick drive in F1.13th January 2014, 16:18 at 4:18 pm #248070
He seemed a lovely man.
Went away too soon.
May he rest in peace.29th December 2013, 22:00 at 10:00 pm #247686
Apparently the coma is not inducted. He appears to have arrived on the second hospital in a coma and underwent urgent cirurgical procedure.29th December 2013, 21:46 at 9:46 pm #247679
It is official. He is in a coma and his condition is critic.
Andrew Benson @andrewbensonf1 2 min
German agency SID quoting Schumacher’s management saying he’s “critical” and “fighting for his life”29th December 2013, 20:50 at 8:50 pm #247676
French sources are saying that he has cerebral hemorrhage and that his condtion is critical.13th November 2013, 17:00 at 5:00 pm #245068
Lotus is right. They need points and it’s more likely that Heikki could get them than Valsecchi.13th November 2013, 16:52 at 4:52 pm #230224
I was about to post the same thing hahaha. And the driver is Felipe Nars. Américo Teixeira Jr. (who said that Massa signed with Williams weeks ago) said that Nars was set to be Williams “test” driver but the deal is off because he is negociating (probably already signed) with another team (Sauber).11th November 2013, 23:40 at 11:40 pm #230210
So the brazilian “garbage” sources were right about Massa…