Oh I wasn't worrying, I was just pointing out the rank absurdity of your claim.
It's not my choice what to spend my time on? I like to discuss certain aspects of the tyre topic as long as it's fun and as long as there is a resemblance of a discussion. I won't usually spend my time on ad hominems. I never flamed you, I don't know why you can't return the courtesy.
We've all argued with what you write, but for some yet to be disclosed reason you don't want to hear it, preferring to aggressively continue championing the 2013 tyres.
Maybe you have forgotten what you argued about with me. Most of my posts were in response to absurd claims that Pirelli is doing things without the consent of the F1 leadership, and I have spent considerable time digging up old quotes on many aspects, which should be interesting regardless of one's opinion on the 2013 tyres. Most of the rests of my posts were in response to claims that tyres should be magically without influence, or to some opinions about F1 history. I'm pretty sure I never championed the 2013 tyres. I invite you once again to present quotes that I did, if you are going to claim so. So far you obviously failed and prefer to repeat your baseless allegations.
That makes it difficult not to conclude that you enjoy the resulting reduction in fast driving and racing; or is there another reason?
Again, argue with what I wrote not with what you are imagining.
The mere size of this thread, number of driver quotes and all round unceasing tyre talk is pretty strong evidence on it's own that the new tyres are making a bigger, and more negative, impact than has happened before. Perhaps things will improve with warmer weather and the teams getting more used to them, but if not we're in for an awful lot of cruising and team orders over the next 17 races, something many fans and many drivers don't much enjoy.
The size of this thread is evidence that there are approx. 20 people on this BB who like to discuss it. I said it before that the people who watched the Malaysia quali on RTL Germany (in the early morning and not likely very casual fans) and cared to voted, voted 84:14 in favor of the tyres. Now this is not an argument pro or con these tyres, but it does give evidence that the people who are con in this thread (or other forums) may not be exactly the majority, for better or worse.
Edited by KnucklesAgain, 08 April 2013 - 20:47.