You can’t go around killing people and saying ‘sorry I thought they were pirates’. I think India is within its rights to hold the men for killing their nationals. Especially since Western countries already participate in illegal rendition and extradition for far less crimes… there’s a ton of hypocrisy on that statement.
Imagine if they killed two British fishermen and wanted to just go home and live free, there would probably be Security Council sanctions on Italy for doing so.
I think that’s a rather low move by Ferrari. Those marines are being held for killing Indian fishermen. How can you show your support for people who have done that?
I’m surprised this isn’t being picked up on yet, it could turn into a rather nasty episode for the team and for Italy in general.
If someone is paying for Sky I don’t see why they wouldn’t use it, then again it’s the first time to see how BBC does its live coverage for this season. I don’t know, Crofty thinks he’s still on the radio and doesn’t shut up, but Edwards also is sometimes too shouty.
Then again there are no adverts at all on the BBC. Also you can watch the race in iPlayer if you missed it, whereas unless you recorded it on a Sky Box you have to catch a replay on SkyGo, what Sky needs is a proper catchup service like iPlayer. They have ‘SkyAnytime’ but they refuse to put Formula One programming on it.
Does anyone know if BBC will be showing practice live on red button?
Croft still thinks he’s on the radio, he talks way too much. Didn’t like the Croft/Brundle team. Edwards/Coulthard seemed much better, with Coulthard getting in more words although Edwards was quite shouty at times.
Highlights of the race was practically the entire race, same for Qualifying, and you can catch the programmers on iPlayer. See no real need to subscribe to Sky F1 to be honest…
Logo from the Hitman series (the assassin agency, modelled after some historic Mi5 logo), feels it fits in nicely with the username.
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