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    lol he will say keep quiet and listen to the awesome 2.4l V8 going flat out.
    oh yeah...forgot about that one

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    Didn't have the chance to watch the race, but good to see Ferrari finish 1-2. Kimi still have the chance to beat both Mclaren drivers to the driver's championship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    How was it applied uniformly, i dunno. I dun work for FIA. Why dun u state some examples? Which team get away with almost anything? Mind u, McLaren is 1 of the biggest team in F1. And what retired driver do?

    So u know the politics in F1? Tell me more about it as I'm not so sure. Which team isn't treated fairly? Spying/stealing is industral espionage, can be throw to jail yeah?

    So before u start blahing, give some examples first.
    the F team get away with almost anything.
    being 1 of the biggest is nothing,
    being the one team that pulls in fans,
    even when it didn't win for more than a decade is.

    being the best driver too doesn't count,
    its ur charisma.
    look at the Prost/Senna saga,
    most interesting bit was like the brazilian footballer with the hand of god
    punishment? yeah, the same that was given to u
    if u r the PM's son n u broke the general orders,
    at most a slap on ur wrist.
    Schui n all his advasaries too.
    blocking a tight turn n get drop position?
    try that stunt at the expressway exit n see what the TP gives u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalas View Post
    the F team get away with almost anything.
    being 1 of the biggest is nothing,
    being the one team that pulls in fans,
    even when it didn't win for more than a decade is.

    being the best driver too doesn't count,
    its ur charisma.
    look at the Prost/Senna saga,
    most interesting bit was like the brazilian footballer with the hand of god
    punishment? yeah, the same that was given to u
    if u r the PM's son n u broke the general orders,
    at most a slap on ur wrist.
    Schui n all his advasaries too.
    blocking a tight turn n get drop position?
    try that stunt at the expressway exit n see what the TP gives u.
    Don't really understand what you are trying to bring across Don't think you should apply general civil law into a competitive sport.

    BUT think about it, if F1 was perfect and squeaky clean, and no controvesy at all, would you still find it as interesting? Would you still want to watch or follow the F1 news and gossip? It is the controvesy that provides so many talking points for the fans like here in this thread. Anyway, the anti-XXX fans will always feel that the other team have some sort of unfair advantage
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    BUT think about it, if F1 was perfect and squeaky clean, and no controvesy at all, would you still find it as interesting? Would you still want to watch or follow the F1 news and gossip? It is the controvesy that provides so many talking points for the fans like here in this thread. Anyway, the anti-XXX fans will always feel that the other team have some sort of unfair advantage
    Sad but true. With strict regulations and the circuits we have these days, dramatic overtaking battles have become a rarity. So inevitably off-track theatrics have become part of the attraction.

    That said, I'm grateful that F1 has not degraded to the American-style motor racing carnage, where people watch mainly for the spectacular crashes.

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    Default Re: 2007 FORMULA 1™ ING Belgian Grand Prix. (16 Sep.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Kalas View Post
    the F team get away with almost anything.
    being 1 of the biggest is nothing,
    being the one team that pulls in fans,
    even when it didn't win for more than a decade is.

    being the best driver too doesn't count,
    its ur charisma.
    look at the Prost/Senna saga,
    most interesting bit was like the brazilian footballer with the hand of god
    punishment? yeah, the same that was given to u
    if u r the PM's son n u broke the general orders,
    at most a slap on ur wrist.
    Schui n all his advasaries too.
    blocking a tight turn n get drop position?
    try that stunt at the expressway exit n see what the TP gives u.
    Ok, so what did the F team get away with? Schumi was demoted to last position and he started from the pits. So what did the F team get away with?

    This time round, its the M team that screwed up. Not the F team. Get your facts right. When people steal your company's secrets, you keep quiet and whimper? U expect FIA to close 1 eye? Just because its the M team and not the F team? This is not just blocking someone's way, it is induatral espoinage. Jail term awaits baby!

    And what about the brazilian footballer? The only had of god or gods i knew are from Argentina.

    And what about pm's son? Why is he involve in F1? He races as well? If a Singaporean races in F1, I'll support him!

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    Default Re: 2007 FORMULA 1™ ING Belgian Grand Prix. (16 Sep.)

    Quote Originally Posted by kelccm View Post
    BUT think about it, if F1 was perfect and squeaky clean, and no controvesy at all, would you still find it as interesting? Would you still want to watch or follow the F1 news and gossip? It is the controvesy that provides so many talking points for the fans like here in this thread. Anyway, the anti-XXX fans will always feel that the other team have some sort of unfair advantage
    true... there are no sport in the world which is 100% clean. as long as there's a betting opportunity and money involved, it will be tainted. it is that these controversies which make the sport more interesting.

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    dun bother lah...must be a sour mclaren or alonso fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    And what about pm's son? Why is he involve in F1? He races as well? If a Singaporean races in F1, I'll support him!
    eh..dun play play hor pm can use mac...so no surprise if his son can race f1

    upz for PM!

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