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#151 joshb

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 06:49

Sweeeeeeeeeeet u rock JP :D

Thanks. :up:

Edit after watching: HAHA! That was excellent! Seb always cracks me up! Imagine the customs guy asking if he had a good seat at the race??? :rotfl: Gotta love him! Great Interview.


Wasn't as good as Top Gear or his Autosport awards speech. Letterman interviewed himself well though didn't he!!!
But you can normally rely Seb to dish out some colourful language on telly.

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#152 Zava

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 07:07

wow, that gokart coverage was stunningly cute. :D

#153 Taxi

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 12:41

"Did you get a good seat?" :p







#154 fatd

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 12:44

Edit after watching: HAHA! That was excellent! Seb always cracks me up! Imagine the customs guy asking if he had a good seat at the race??? :rotfl: Gotta love him! Great Interview.


That one also cracked me up!

#155 BiH

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 13:47

Letterman is huge ass, those questions were garbage.

Vettel did the best he could considering how horrible Dave is.

#156 Watkins74

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 14:41

Letterman is huge ass, those questions were garbage.

Vettel did the best he could considering how horrible Dave is.

+100

#157 Markn93

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 14:44

Letterman is huge ass, those questions were garbage.

Vettel did the best he could considering how horrible Dave is.


Quite. On the few occasions Seb could actually get a word in he came across superbly well. :up:

#158 kosmos

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 14:49

Did anyone posted the video with Letterman?.



Complete trash interview, but Sebastian was great.

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 15:13

Letterman is huge ass, those questions were garbage.

Vettel did the best he could considering how horrible Dave is.


:up:

I have to say i've seen a few of Dave's interviews and most of them were pretty good and enjoyable but yesterdays was, frustrating, at best. Kept on talking over Seb and rarely let him get into his stride, also getting Seb to talk about KERS & DRS equated to a shot in the foot for F1, to win over some new folks and get them interested in going to Austin or New Jersey they needed to appeal to their audience, not bore them. :evil:

Edited by olliek88, 12 June 2012 - 15:14.


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#160 jonpollak

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 15:50

Anyone notice how much Seb dislikes being interrupted?
He chastised Steve Rider for it..Dave however is all about Dave and never the twain shall meet.
Jp


Did anyone posted the video with Letterman?.



Complete trash interview, but Sebastian was great.



Are you a post only no reading type member?

FFS..why do I bother

Jp

#161 TheBunk

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Posted 12 June 2012 - 23:45

How 'bout right NOW instead..
Jp

:up: Appreciated!

#162 Starlight

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 04:21

:up:

I have to say i've seen a few of Dave's interviews and most of them were pretty good and enjoyable but yesterdays was, frustrating, at best. Kept on talking over Seb and rarely let him get into his stride, also getting Seb to talk about KERS & DRS equated to a shot in the foot for F1, to win over some new folks and get them interested in going to Austin or New Jersey they needed to appeal to their audience, not bore them. :evil:


Agree totally! :up:

#163 apoka

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 05:31

How 'bout right NOW instead..
Jp

Thanks for posting. :up: Funny stuff, although a bit too technical.


#164 Alarcon

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 16:30

When Lewis achieves a Pole Position but drops back during the race, he has underperformed in the best car on the grid. When the same happens to Seb, it shows what a brilliant job he did in qualification with an inferior car. Sounds like double standards to me. The fact is the qualifying pecking order can be different to the race pecking order, just look at Sauber and to a lesser extent Lotus.



Well, when you start from the pole but your teammate wins the GP, you clearly underperformed, and that happened at Australia.

I never said Lewis underperformed this season (apart Melbourne and maybe Malaysia), in fact I consider him the best driver so far, the most consistent.And without the stupid penalty on China and the stupid trick of his team at Spain... he would lead by more than 2 points.

However he´s having right now the best car (fast in every kinds circuit) but he´s not having the best team helping him (but ruining his wonderful performance).

But... It´s not double standars, Seb did 2 pole positions so far, same as Lewis, and looking at the race pace of the RB at both tracks, he had not the fastest car. At Bahrein, the Lotus were faster and at Melbourne the McLaren and the Ferrari were faster. In both LH pole positions so far, J.Button was second... and that proves how fast the car was. In Melbourne Jenson won and in Malaysia the team and the rain ruined his victory. Despite he finished 3rd.

Edited by Alarcon, 13 June 2012 - 16:32.


#165 Alarcon

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 16:34

True , Vettel is developing into something of a overtake specialist ... the only non DRS overtakes came from him today!

Also he pulls moves on the outside in a sublime fashion !



C´mon guys! Alonso had no tyres then. He did not make a "pure overtake" (as he did at Melbourne against Nico), in fact he was not able to pass Hamilton when he should.



#166 Alarcon

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 16:39

Did anyone posted the video with Letterman?.



Complete trash interview, but Sebastian was great.



:up:


Agree with all the opinion. Not as brilliant as at TG (where he also was the fastest guy breaking TG track record ever :p ), but USA is a different world...

Edited by Alarcon, 13 June 2012 - 16:39.


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Posted 13 June 2012 - 16:41

Well, when you start from the pole but your teammate wins the GP, you clearly underperformed, and that happened at Australia.

I never said Lewis underperformed this season (apart Melbourne and maybe Malaysia), in fact I consider him the best driver so far, the most consistent.And without the stupid penalty on China and the stupid trick of his team at Spain... he would lead by more than 2 points.

However he´s having right now the best car (fast in every kinds circuit) but he´s not having the best team helping him (but ruining his wonderful performance).

But... It´s not double standars, Seb did 2 pole positions so far, same as Lewis, and looking at the race pace of the RB at both tracks, he had not the fastest car. At Bahrein, the Lotus were faster and at Melbourne the McLaren and the Ferrari were faster. In both LH pole positions so far, J.Button was second... and that proves how fast the car was. In Melbourne Jenson won and in Malaysia the team and the rain ruined his victory. Despite he finished 3rd.

That proved how fast the car was in Aus & Mal qualification. RBR had pole in Bahrain and Monaco. Lotus had better race pace in Bahrain, Ferrari and Sauber had better race pace in the wet of Mal. RBR had strong race pace in China & Spain.

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 17:20

Did anyone posted the video with Letterman?.



Complete trash interview, but Sebastian was great.


I liked the part where he relays the question when he was going through Customs in Canada. "What is the purpose of your visit?" "I'm here for the race." "Do you have a good seat?"

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 17:33

:up:


Agree with all the opinion. Not as brilliant as at TG (where he also was the fastest guy breaking TG track record ever :p ), but USA is a different world...

I can't understand how can anyone have a racing team and be so racing-ignorant.

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 17:41

I can't understand how can anyone have a racing team and be so racing-ignorant.


What are you all complaining about? ... Letterman was great.

Besides he's (I understand) and Indycar man and not an F1 man... how does it help him to be 100% keen to promote F1?? ... anyway, he is right to call out F1 on the DRS BS ... and Indy 500 no longer being on the F1 calendar.

Those were the comments of a proper racer IMO.

#171 Watkins74

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 17:51

What are you all complaining about? ... Letterman was great.

Besides he's (I understand) and Indycar man and not an F1 man... how does it help him to be 100% keen to promote F1?? ... anyway, he is right to call out F1 on the DRS BS ... and Indy 500 no longer being on the F1 calendar.

Those were the comments of a proper racer IMO.

In my opinion Letterman sucked but then I have thought that for the last 20 years.

If Letterman didn't want to promote F1 then he wouldn't have had Vettel on his show.

At least he had Vettel on. So in the last week I have seen Vettel on Letterman, Hamilton was on ESPN Sportscenter and Alonso was in a Puma commercial. F1 is picking up here in the old USA!

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 17:56

What are you all complaining about? ... Letterman was great.

Besides he's (I understand) and Indycar man and not an F1 man... how does it help him to be 100% keen to promote F1?? ... anyway, he is right to call out F1 on the DRS BS ... and Indy 500 no longer being on the F1 calendar.

Those were the comments of a proper racer IMO.

Create a one-off oval car and include indianapolis... yeah sure.
"The anti drag or the resistance zone"... we call it DRS.

#173 Alarcon

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Posted 13 June 2012 - 17:57

Create a one-off oval car and include indianapolis... yeah sure.
"The anti drag or the resistance zone"... we call it DRS.



:up:

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Posted 14 June 2012 - 05:03

Watched his interview with Letterman tonight and thought that his interview on Top Gear was much better, but that wasn't Seb's fault. I think Letterman takes too much pleasure in listening to himself talk, lol.

As Watkins74 said, though, the good news is that F1 seems to be attracting more interest over in the States, and that can only be good news for fans and F1 alike.

#175 goldenboy

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Posted 14 June 2012 - 07:25

I actually dont mind letterman but that was a piss poor interview. If he had done any research at all he would have known that vettel is a funny bastard and could have been a lot better given the chance.

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Posted 14 June 2012 - 22:37

I'm just curious what native speaker think about Vettel's english? Because he is known having a massive amount of phrases and he speaks fluent. But sometimes I think he is trying really hard to hide his accent and you hear him switching to his german-accent if the content is complicated or when he is emotional after winning a race. For me it's confusing from time to time in his interviews when he is switching accents. Anybody noticed that or do I pay to much attention because I am german too? What does a native speaker think? I had the same feeling while watching the letterman interview.

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Posted 15 June 2012 - 16:35

I'm just curious what native speaker think about Vettel's english? Because he is known having a massive amount of phrases and he speaks fluent. But sometimes I think he is trying really hard to hide his accent and you hear him switching to his german-accent if the content is complicated or when he is emotional after winning a race. For me it's confusing from time to time in his interviews when he is switching accents. Anybody noticed that or do I pay to much attention because I am german too? What does a native speaker think? I had the same feeling while watching the letterman interview.


I am a native speaker - from America. His english is really very good. He uses a British accent on some words, on others it is more American sounding and other times I hear the German accent a bit. Ocassionally the grammar is a little off - but he gets the grammar right (or a correct slang version of it) in general. However, if you compare his english now to the way he spoke in 2006-2007, it is quite amazing how fluent he has become in such a short time.

I pay close attention to speech as well, not just Sebastian, but in general. Probably because I work with a lot of non-native english speakers and also I have had a similar experiences prefecting my spanish.

Edited by bourbon, 15 June 2012 - 16:36.


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Posted 19 June 2012 - 07:49

Sebastian in Funny Infiniti Commercial:

Seb is portrayed in a new Infiniti Commercial - but what is amazing, it aired out here in the USA during prime time television. I suppose it is down to the GP coming around, but the commercial is for infiniti and I can't remember the last time I saw a F1 car in a commercial aired on tv - let alone in prime time. The commercial has an infiniti racing with the F1 cars through the streets of the GP and a girl screams from the window of her Infiniti asking Seb for directions. "I'll just ask this guy here" she says, lol. Seb himself doesn't actually appear, but his fans will recognize his helmet (it is the one they recently auctioned) and the RB being driven has his name on it. They show him staring at her and later she says, "he's not from around here", lol. Pretty funny stuff.

I had to blink twice because we simply don't get these commercials, lol. It will likely be up on YouTube sooner than later. Good for a chuckle. :up:

Edited by bourbon, 19 June 2012 - 08:01.


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Posted 23 June 2012 - 02:05

The King! :up:

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#180 Kelateboy

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 02:29

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Vettel not judging Red Bull updates yet despite setting pace in practice for European GP

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 07:44

I'm tipping Seb for pole number 33 today.

#182 Alarcon

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 09:05

I'm tipping Seb for pole number 33 today.



This season there is a 15 cars on just a second and 10 cars over four tenths.

It´s very, very difficult to achieve the pole and McLaren, Ferrari, RB, Mercedes... are very, very near.

We hope but we know it´s very, very difficult to achieve a pole nowadays and the best way is enjoy the other 32 so far... :cat:


#183 Nigol

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 09:09

Nah, this should be easy Red Bull pole.

#184 Alarcon

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:08

Nah, this should be easy Red Bull pole.



Easy was the Australian pole, the Malaysia pole (where even with a mistake on the last corner he achieved the pole) or the China pole (where Rosberg did his time and then the track conditions changed and Lewis had a stupid and unfair penalty), that means the 3 first races, since then all the cars are veeeeery equal and very near.

And that´s what people ask for, isn´it?

Since the last 4 races where the teams are much equally, the difference between the poleman and the second was:

Bahrein: 0,098 (Vettel)
Spain: 0,017 (Maldonado)
Monaco: 0,067 (Webber)
Canada: 0,303 (Vettel)

And that means a 0,120 tenths average. Right now in F1 there is nothing easy.

Edited by Alarcon, 23 June 2012 - 10:15.


#185 Nigol

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:22

Wow thats 3 Red Bull poles out of the last 4 races. Haven't noticed that yet. I would be really surprised and disappointed not to see Vettel on pole today.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:27

Wow thats 3 Red Bull poles out of the last 4 races. Haven't noticed that yet. I would be really surprised and disappointed not to see Vettel on pole today.



You would like to see another driver doing the pole today. However with your stat you are saying if Vettel achieves the pole would be because of the car and if not... he´s rubbish. A "fanboy" way...

:down:

This is the most equally season so far in F1 history on qualy and race.

And achieve a pole by 0.098 and another one by 0,067... not means you have the car. Much more when your teammate (Webber on Canada was outqualified by 6 tenths...) Accept it.

Edited by Alarcon, 23 June 2012 - 10:28.


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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:28

Wow thats 3 Red Bull poles out of the last 4 races. Haven't noticed that yet. I would be really surprised and disappointed not to see Vettel on pole today.

I expect to see Vettel on pole as well, but it is not going to be an easy one.

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:48

You would like to see another driver doing the pole today. However with your stat you are saying if Vettel achieves the pole would be because of the car and if not... he´s rubbish. A "fanboy" way...

:down:

This is the most equally season so far in F1 history on qualy and race.



Yeah I really would like to see Button on pole, does that change anything? It is still Vettels to lose.

A "fanboy" way?
I'll show you another fanboy way. You said the first 3 poles were easy. After that Red Bull took 3 poles out of 4 - of course, it was not easy since then. By the way, the gap for pole in Melbourne and Sepang was 0,152 sec(Melbourne) and 0.149 secs (Sepang). But yeah, of course easy to achieve.

And achieve a pole by 0.098 and another one by 0,067... not means you have the car. Much more when your teammate (Webber on Canada was outqualified by 6 tenths...) Accept it.

Wow, Vettel should have been on pole more often taking into account he can go 6 tenths faster than Webber. What a waste, poor car.;)

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 10:55

Yeah I really would like to see Button on pole, does that change anything? It is still Vettels to lose.

A "fanboy" way?
I'll show you another fanboy way. You said the first 3 poles were easy. After that Red Bull took 3 poles out of 4 - of course, it was not easy since then. By the way, the gap for pole in Melbourne and Sepang was 0,152 sec(Melbourne) and 0.149 secs (Sepang). But yeah, of course easy to achieve.

Wow, Vettel should have been on pole more often taking into account he can go 6 tenths faster than Webber. What a waste, poor car.;)



The third first pole positions were "easy" (i just followed your initial words) BECAUSE EVEN BUTTON QUALIFIED 2ND AND MCLAREN ACHIEVED 1ST, 2ND. And at Malaysia Lewis made a big mistake on his last turn (we all saw it)... and despite it he achieved the pole.

As I said you there is nothing "easy" in F1 and you were the first talking about the word easy.


And about Webber, he finished 6 tenths behind Seb in Canadá, in the same way Seb didn´t set a time at Monaco because he made a big mistake on his set up and choosed another strategy. That´s a prove about HOW DIFFICULT F1 is and how EQUAL are the cars right now. And with so equally cars there is nothing easy, you should fight to achieve.

And with equal cars...

Edited by Alarcon, 23 June 2012 - 10:56.


#190 Nigol

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:08

The third first pole positions were "easy" (i just followed your initial words) BECAUSE EVEN BUTTON QUALIFIED 2ND AND MCLAREN ACHIEVED 1ST, 2ND.

Ok, so if Vettel was faster in Monaco, Webbers pole would have been achieved easily. I will come back to his later.

And at Malaysia Lewis made a big mistake on his last turn (we all saw it)... and despite it he achieved the pole.

Nah, he didn't make a mistake, he just preferred the wider line like Vettel does in Canada. :clap: :clap: :clap:

As I said you there is nothing "easy" in F1

If it wasn't you, who wrote this?

Easy was the Australian pole, the Malaysia pole (where even with a mistake on the last corner he achieved the pole) or the China pole (where Rosberg did his time and then the track conditions changed and Lewis had a stupid and unfair penalty), that means the 3 first races, since then all the cars are veeeeery equal and very near.

:drunk:


And about Webber, he finished 6 tenths behind Seb in Canadá, in the same way Seb didn´t set a time at Monaco because he made a big mistake on his set up and choosed another strategy. That´s a prove about HOW DIFFICULT F1 is and how EQUAL are the cars right now. And with so equally cars there is nothing easy, you should fight to achieve.

Ok, so if Webber got his setup right in Canada and was 1 tenth behind Vettel, the pole would have been achieved easily? Wasn't that what you was saying for Australia/Malaysia?

Always having a good laugh reading your posts. :clap:

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:16

You would like to see another driver doing the pole today. However with your stat you are saying if Vettel achieves the pole would be because of the car and if not... he´s rubbish. A "fanboy" way...

:down:

This is the most equally season so far in F1 history on qualy and race.

And achieve a pole by 0.098 and another one by 0,067... not means you have the car. Much more when your teammate (Webber on Canada was outqualified by 6 tenths...) Accept it.


Chill out dude. :smoking: You take yourself & your opinions far too seriously!!

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:39

Ok, so if Vettel was faster in Monaco, Webbers pole would have been achieved easily. I will come back to his later.


Nah, he didn't make a mistake, he just preferred the wider line like Vettel does in Canada. :clap: :clap: :clap:


If it wasn't you, who wrote this?
:drunk:



Ok, so if Webber got his setup right in Canada and was 1 tenth behind Vettel, the pole would have been achieved easily? Wasn't that what you was saying for Australia/Malaysia?

Always having a good laugh reading your posts. :clap:



You still didn´t learn nothing, even when I prove you the racing line Vettel took at Canada pole was EXACTLY THE SAME ON 2011 and 2012 and your answer was "he made a mistake on both"... :rotfl:

As I learn you you can´t say the word "EASY" in ANY GP OF THIS SEASON, THE MOST EQUAL EVER.

However I can understand you are a fanboy and your answers proves what you know about this sport. :down:

Edited by Alarcon, 23 June 2012 - 11:44.


#193 Alarcon

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:43

Chill out dude. :smoking: You take yourself & your opinions far too seriously!!


Well, my mistake, it was 4 tenths. :blush:

As far as I know Webber complete his lap.

In Q1 the difference between Seb and Webber was 3 tenths.
In Q2 the difference between Seb and Webber was 3 tenths.
In Q3 the difference between Seb and Webber was 4 tenths.



#194 Nigol

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:43

You are right, I am. This is the reason I have a finger on my avatar.

Oh wait...;)

#195 Alarcon

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:50

You are right, I am. This is the reason I have a finger on my avatar.

Oh wait...;)



I support SV as many other people. As in the past I supported Senna or M.Hakkinen.

I also admire Rosberg or Lewis too and I have no problem to recog. it. In fact, at the beggining of the season I though Lewis was not a top driver, but after those 2012 I changed my mind and I recognized I was mistaken. That´s also why we are here, to read other people reasons and change our mind.

I´m following this sport since 20 years ago and as I supported Senna, I supported Mika Hakkinen in the same as I support Seb, and I changed my mind a lot of times. That´s why I love this sport.

And you seem just a kid trolling here pointing (again) how amazing is the car and how easy will be the pole for Seb... that´s an old story but I can understand you still don´t know nothing about.

:down:

Edited by Alarcon, 23 June 2012 - 11:53.


#196 Nigol

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 11:58

I've been told how amazing he is in qualifying, how he always nails his laps and gets the best out of the car. Since the Red Bull looks imo best today, followed by Lotus (which will probably be bad in qualifying again, for whatever reason), I think -for HIM- it should be easy. Doesn't mean its not a good achievment.
Maybe Button P2?

Edited by Nigol, 23 June 2012 - 11:59.


#197 Zava

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 12:18

not satisfied with the pace so far, hope not a bad direction with setups yet again...

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 13:02

not satisfied with the pace so far, hope not a bad direction with setups yet again...

sandbagging master.

pole no. 33, joint 3rd on the pole list. nice. :)

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 13:02

Flawless drive... :up:

Now hoping he can convert this pole into a win like Bahrain!

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Posted 23 June 2012 - 13:02

THE KING!!!! POLE number 33!!