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#1
Yet again, the FIA (Ferrari International Assistance) help Ferrari towards the championship. :roll:

Fair do's, Hamilton gets penalised for the opening corner but I find it ridiculous that Bourdais gets a 25 second penalty after the race when Massa acts like a tubestick giving Massa a vital extra point. Bourdais had no where to go and Massa forced his own error. Will they investigate his overtake on Webber where he drove entirely into the pit exit?? Will they fuck.

Utterly pished off at the application of the rule book in Ferraris favour yet again.
 
#2
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Yet again, the FIA (Ferrari International Assistance) help Ferrari towards the championship. :roll:

Fair do's, Hamilton gets penalised for the opening corner but I find it ridiculous that Bourdais gets a 25 second penalty after the race when Massa acts like a tubestick giving Massa a vital extra point. Bourdais had no where to go and Massa forced his own error. Will they investigate his overtake on Webber where he drove entirely into the pit exit?? Will they fuck.

Utterly pished off at the application of the rule book in Ferraris favour yet again.
did you expect anything less from the FIA.... they couldnt make it any more obvious they are biased towards ferrari..
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#3
the only thing that surprised me today is that the FIA only managed to get 2 points awarded to Massa. complete inconsistency by the FIA yet again.
 
#4
Ok, there is only one thing left to do :D :D :D :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Only one man can sought this mess out :) :) :) :)

One man who has a slight dislike for massa :x :x :x :x :x

One man who gave away a race (and probably the chance of been a world champion) win after a gentleman’s agreement :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

One man who has two races left to end his massive F1 career 8) 8) 8) 8) 8) 8)

Yes that’s right David Coulthard, this is the man who could his former team to victory after a outrageous 2 seasons.

We all remember this- :wink: :wink: :wink:

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=Zv73fN8eJTU

All he has to do is take out Massa during the next race and he will be a hero, lewis takes 6 points+, sorted? :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink: :wink:

Ok, so who’s got DC's E-mail address?
 
#5
Well Alonso did look a little shifty in the post race interveiw so they will probably give him a 2min time penalty and give Masa a nice 2min advantage for having a nice shiny red car..
 
#7
Bunch of cheating barstewards, didnt Bernie the Bolt give money (then had it returned) to Zanu labour, same red colour as the the prancing donkeys, and like ZL cant do a simple job like fill a car with petrol!!!
 
#8
leveller said:
Bunch of cheating barstewards, didnt Bernie the Bolt give money (then had it returned) to Zanu labour, same red colour as the the prancing donkeys, and like ZL cant do a simple job like fill a car with petrol!!!
yes he did, he also moaned at ferrari for risking the championship last week for the refueling fcuk up in singapore, obvioulsy showing his impartiality in the sport......
 
#9
Hamilton has now said straight out "That cnut drove into me"

Well those aren't the words he used , but it's close enough :D
 
#11
PandaLOVE said:
Without the crash and controvery there would be sod all to talk about. That's F1 for you. And sleep... ZZzzzzzzzzz.
The actual speed and NOISE does not come across well on TV, you have to go and see a live race to appreciate just how fukin fast these things are, and cornering :wtf:
 
#12
Glad to see Alonso is staying neutral........

Fernando Alonso has vowed to help Felipe Massa beat his former McLaren Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to this year's World Championship.

skysports
 
#13
PartTimePongo said:
Hamilton has now said straight out "That cnut drove into me"

Well those aren't the words he used , but it's close enough :D
Agreed. That was never worthy of a drive through penalty, especially given how much of an easy time Massas had as exemplified by the penalty given to Bourdais.
 
#14
PartTimePongo said:
Hamilton has now said straight out "That cnut drove into me"

Well those aren't the words he used , but it's close enough :D

well shumacher is his mentor so dont expect anything less
 
#15
PartTimePongo said:
Hamilton has now said straight out "That cnut drove into me"
Well those aren't the words he used , but it's close enough :D
I would expect Adrian Sutil said exactly the same thing when Kimi used the back of the Force India car to slow down in Monaco, and the penalty was........... FCUK ALL.
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#16
OK - so Hamilton was aggressive on Turn 1 at the start.....but almost every race has that. But, he was on the reckless side so maybe the penalty was deserved.

However, in the last 3 races, Massa has consistently endangered his team and other teams & cars. He is utterly reckless and dangerous. Sutil has borne the brunt of him as has Hamilton and Bourdais.

Bourdais did not deserve the penalty, it was Massa. They were competing for position and Bourdais had the racing line and the lead into the corner - simple, Massa had to yield.

Ecclestone is trying to sex up F1 - fine. That has been more than achieved in the innovations of green technology, no traction control and reduced aero packages with even harder parameters next year. The gap between Ferrari, Maclaren, BMW, Renault and Toyota is closing with the Red Bull Quartet following up strong behind. That is 12 cars that next year will have real chances of podiums and wins - this year is it is about 6.

F1 needs to grip the perception of favourtisim over Ferrari, which I share. Ferrari are still using the espionage card from last year as a sympathy vote. That credit is overdrawn - let's go back and compete.

Massa - he deserves at least a 25 second penalty for the Bourdais move on Turn 1 and a 5 place penalty for the Turn 10/11 elimination of Hamilton when 3/4 of his car was off the track.

Ecclestone - we all know you read ARRSE - sort it out you septuganarian (and very, no obscenely, rich) speccy cnut.
 
#17
Unfortunately the bondage loving Nazi walt stated a couple of years ago 'without Ferrari, there is no F1. Ferrari IS F1'.

That may have been the case when Schumacher was God (in the early days anyway) but they still seem to be living by that mantra at the Ferrari International Assistance club. Last year and this year has seen the gap close to a degree not seen for at least two decades. We've not seen a championship so close or the amount of drivers and teams who have led a GP since the mid 80's. This in turn has brought back many of the old F1 fans (as well as many new ones) who drifted off when it became a Schumacher demo drive. If the speccy-four-eyed dwarf and the S&M merchant aren't careful, they'll lose the recent resurgence the sport has gained.

Some say that its Lewis-mania and Ferrari aren't actually gaining an advantage. Its just perceived due to us wanting Lewis to win. If you listen to the likes of Brundle, he is the first to jump on anyone who suggests Ferrari are being favoured and is quite happy to bash Lewis whenever he makes a cockup. He would say that though. He's just jealous of what Hamilton has achieved in his short career. On the other hand, Brundle wasn't even an 'average' F1 driver. He was pants (relatively speaking)*.

You dont need to be a techno wizard when it comes to F1 rules to see a huge disparity regarding how the rules are applied. It has got to the stage now where Ferrari are becoming desperate and dangerous. One only needs to look at the previous few GPs to see this is the case.

So far we've seen an exhaust dangerously hanging off (Kimmi), a couple of occasions where the pit crew were dragged down the pit lane, Massa dangerously graunching Sutil against the pit wall, Massa taking Hamilton off not once but twice, Massa not using his brain when confronted with Bourdais. Sum total of penalties? 10,000 Euros for the Sutil incident, a drive through (not even a stop/go) and a 25 second penalty against Bourdais.

As I've said, you dont need to be an F1 guru to see that its utter bollox and totally favours the wop cunts every time.






*Brundles career shows him to have no wins, no pole positions, 98 career points all from 165 races compared to Hamiltons 193 points, 8 wins, 21 podium finishes out of 33 races. Brundle is a chippy cunt; especially against Brit drivers who are better than him...pretty much all of them excpet for Coultard because Brundle manages him.
 
#18
"*Brundles career shows him to have no wins, no pole positions, 98 career points all from 165 races compared to Hamiltons 193 points, 8 wins, 21 podium finishes out of 33 races. Brundle is a chippy ****; especially against Brit drivers who are better than him...pretty much all of them excpet for Coultard because Brundle manages him."

Brundles career was positively glittering against that patronising cnut Tiff Needell
 

mysteron

LE
Book Reviewer
#19
Even being objective and putting aside Lewis-mania. The facts:

Raikkonen & Massa has been in more incidents this season than anyone else with least amount of penalty.

Hamilton has been punished for some errors and which it would be fair to say that 60 - 75% are arguably justified.

Blundell has more qualification than Brundle is, IMHO, a better qualified pundit. He has been restrained but clear in his thoughts that Ferrari have gotten away with too much.

Fairnees needs to be brought back. I do not understand Ecclestone's or Nazi-Orgy man's publicily stated preference that Hamilton does not win. Such an incredible bias by the governing body is unforgivable.

It must do so - or F1 will die within 5 years. The politics are so rife that they can't contain it anymore - a dangerous game in the most fickle sport in the world.
 
#20
well we only have to listen to them for 2 more races unless they move to the BBC highlights show next year, as you can bet the BBC wont show qualifying and as long a race show as ITV do!
 

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