Bahrain - a Tilke Track with a snowball's chance in hell of having a rain shower making things interesting.
This year we actually got some exitement at the heretofore most boring GP ever.
Why did that happen?
The Tyres. That the F1 'circus' asked the manufacturer to create in order to stop the kind of boring shit we used to get at many circuits.
You can't have it both ways.
At least this time, I didn't turn off the tv after half distance and at least this year i'll be happy to pay for air fair and hotel and tickets to Montreal, something which I couldn't have been bothered with at the point-quirt-point-squirt races where they wera all on three or four stints of equal amounts of fuel and the only excitement that took place was "an over-take in the pits" following a fuel stop.
That was Grand Prix racing at it's shitiest.
Thank heavens those point-squirt days are over and we have Grand Prix drivers doing a Grand Prix drivers jop like the Prosts and Sennas and Stewarts and Clarks used to do.
Micheal is making himself look foolish. He should shut up and drive the car and try and beat Rosberg. You don't hear Rosberg or Alonso or Vettel or Hamilton complaining, do you? Heck, even Webber - the loudest mouth of them all - is getting on with the job they're being paid millions to do.
They are being paid 10, 20, 30 Million to, effectively, "entertain" us. Michael's getting the sharp end of that amount and should remember that before making himself sound like a greedy child who can't do anything with what EVERYONE else has been given to do their job with!
Edited by RayInTorontoCanada, 08 May 2012 - 18:18.