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I can't believe it! though Hamilton is a great pilot, he should have been penalized, when Alonso wasn't running in the formula 1, you could stop before the safety car, then, Fernando came to the formula 1 and he used to stop before the safety car, and the FIA forbade it, now that it is forbidden, Hamilton stopped before the safety car (causing an accident), and there isn't punishment?, i don't undertand anything, i guess that Hamilton and the Fia will win the championship this year, probably he could have won the championship without help.

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Nah your English is okay, I don't follow Formula 1 so I really can't give my meaning about this.






anybody likes formula 1?



A lot of people do, speially ioi(and he supports McLaren), I like it too, but I can't help you because I didn't watch the last GP. Sorry.



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sorry, what accident did he cause?



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I am a HUGE fan of Kimi Raikkonen, and McLaren (too bad they parted ways, but I am a driver and team faithful no matter what), but I really hate Alonso, Kimi would have won the first champ. ALonso got if the scoring system in Formula 1 was the same as it was in the past (10 for first, only 6 for 2nd). Anyways, I was surprised that the didnt deduct driver points when it was found out that McLaren obtained documents on production from Ferrari of their new car. I think this would have something to do with the new found speed and reliability of the McLarens(that or I just would like to think it does). They were stripped of all their constructors points, but it sure does seem like the FIA wants Hamilton to win, probably good for rating since he would be the first rookie, and first black driver, to win the F1 championship EVER. Although, I do agree he was so far ahead in points that he could win it on his own, I dont see why they didnt penalize him for that incident. Makes no sense, he is still the runaway leader for the Driver's Champ!!!!



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ah, i just went to the f1 site and apparently Hamilton was being blamed for the Vettel Webber incident. I think Hamilton was trying to be safe in conditions that were very risky, although he probably shouldn't have been slowing down as much as he was behind the safety car. Speedtv's broadcast didn't show a good shot of the incident, but I have a feeling Hamilton's slowing down and Vettel having a youthful brain-fart combined caused the problem. I think the FIA made the good call here in the end with not penalizing anybody. And come on, we all know the FIA HATES McLaren and will do anything to screw them over, so it's not like there's a conspiracy going on here.



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WEWdeadeye said:
I am a HUGE fan of Kimi Raikkonen, and McLaren (too bad they parted ways, but I am a driver and team faithful no matter what), but I really hate Alonso, Kimi would have won the first champ. ALonso got if the scoring system in Formula 1 was the same as it was in the past (10 for first, only 6 for 2nd). Anyways, I was surprised that the didnt deduct driver points when it was found out that McLaren obtained documents on production from Ferrari of their new car. I think this would have something to do with the new found speed and reliability of the McLarens(that or I just would like to think it does). They were stripped of all their constructors points, but it sure does seem like the FIA wants Hamilton to win, probably good for rating since he would be the first rookie, and first black driver, to win the F1 championship EVER. Although, I do agree he was so far ahead in points that he could win it on his own, I dont see why they didnt penalize him for that incident. Makes no sense, he is still the runaway leader for the Driver's Champ!!!!

 Ugh, I get so annoyed when people say this. Last year's McLaren was pretty darn reliable, and the car the year before that was pretty darned fast. McLaren has always been a very competent racing team right next to Ferrari. I just have a hard time believing McLaren's success has everything to do with the Ferrari documents. It's not like McLaren has always been a back-marker team. In fact if I remember right, McLaren did finish 3rd in 2006, so they weren't that bad. If both teams are using the same data, why is the Ferrari less reliable and slower than the copy cat?



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jman8 said:
WEWdeadeye said:
I am a HUGE fan of Kimi Raikkonen, and McLaren (too bad they parted ways, but I am a driver and team faithful no matter what), but I really hate Alonso, Kimi would have won the first champ. ALonso got if the scoring system in Formula 1 was the same as it was in the past (10 for first, only 6 for 2nd). Anyways, I was surprised that the didnt deduct driver points when it was found out that McLaren obtained documents on production from Ferrari of their new car. I think this would have something to do with the new found speed and reliability of the McLarens(that or I just would like to think it does). They were stripped of all their constructors points, but it sure does seem like the FIA wants Hamilton to win, probably good for rating since he would be the first rookie, and first black driver, to win the F1 championship EVER. Although, I do agree he was so far ahead in points that he could win it on his own, I dont see why they didnt penalize him for that incident. Makes no sense, he is still the runaway leader for the Driver's Champ!!!!

 Ugh, I get so annoyed when people say this. Last year's McLaren was pretty darn reliable, and the car the year before that was pretty darned fast. McLaren has always been a very competent racing team right next to Ferrari. I just have a hard time believing McLaren's success has everything to do with the Ferrari documents. It's not like McLaren has always been a back-marker team. In fact if I remember right, McLaren did finish 3rd in 2006, so they weren't that bad. If both teams are using the same data, why is the Ferrari less reliable and slower than the copy cat?


 Read next time please. I was being cynical. 



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WEWdeadeye said:
jman8 said:
WEWdeadeye said:
I am a HUGE fan of Kimi Raikkonen, and McLaren (too bad they parted ways, but I am a driver and team faithful no matter what), but I really hate Alonso, Kimi would have won the first champ. ALonso got if the scoring system in Formula 1 was the same as it was in the past (10 for first, only 6 for 2nd). Anyways, I was surprised that the didnt deduct driver points when it was found out that McLaren obtained documents on production from Ferrari of their new car. I think this would have something to do with the new found speed and reliability of the McLarens(that or I just would like to think it does). They were stripped of all their constructors points, but it sure does seem like the FIA wants Hamilton to win, probably good for rating since he would be the first rookie, and first black driver, to win the F1 championship EVER. Although, I do agree he was so far ahead in points that he could win it on his own, I dont see why they didnt penalize him for that incident. Makes no sense, he is still the runaway leader for the Driver's Champ!!!!

Ugh, I get so annoyed when people say this. Last year's McLaren was pretty darn reliable, and the car the year before that was pretty darned fast. McLaren has always been a very competent racing team right next to Ferrari. I just have a hard time believing McLaren's success has everything to do with the Ferrari documents. It's not like McLaren has always been a back-marker team. In fact if I remember right, McLaren did finish 3rd in 2006, so they weren't that bad. If both teams are using the same data, why is the Ferrari less reliable and slower than the copy cat?


Read next time please. I was being cynical.


I did read, and I understood that you were being cynical about McLaren's speed and reliability, and I commented on how I don't think you should be cynical. Did I misinterpret your original post?



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