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#1 HistoryFan

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 09:14

Are there more details about Fernand Bianchi, who drives a Bugatti in the 1946 Nice Grand Prix.

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#2 Catalina Park

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 12:10

Yes.

#3 HistoryFan

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 13:11

Thank you very much :up: :clap:

#4 Michael Müller

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 13:38

He raced a 1.5 litre Bugatti monoplace (singleseater), most probably a T51A.
Up to now I was unable to identify the car by serial or at least previous owners.

#5 Paul Parker

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 14:14

Yes.


And???

#6 elansprint72

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Posted 21 August 2013 - 23:10

Yet another idiotic thread from History Fan.

 

What on earth is he hoping to achieve by asking such puerile questions?



#7 HistoryFan

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Posted 22 August 2013 - 10:55

I wanted to know more about the driver - don't know what is wrong with that. I searched on Google and the BB Search here before. 

 

And again: You don't have to read in my thread if you find them idiotic...   ;)

 

So keep cool, Mr.  :smoking:



#8 BRG

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 10:16

I wanted to know more about the driver - don't know what is wrong with that. I searched on Google and the BB Search here before. 

 

And again: You don't have to read in my thread if you find them idiotic...   ;)

 

So keep cool, Mr.  :smoking:

You know, HistoryFan, if you made your enquiries a little more informative, you would get more interest.  Maybe if you were to say what you have already know or have discovered about a subject , and explain what interests you about it, people would be more inclined to offer their help.  

 

Some years ago, there used to be some sort of quizzes in Russia with cash prizes and we got all sorts of people turning up here seeking answers, and the TNF regulars got pretty fed up with it.  I know you are a regular yourself, and not a stray Russian, but you have made lots of requests for information without ever saying what you are doing with it!  If you share your particular enthusiasms with others here, they will probably be more sympathetic.


Edited by BRG, 23 August 2013 - 10:16.


#9 HistoryFan

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 17:30

Well I'm interested in racing history and I noticed that name and I got interested of it because of the name. I wanted to know whether he has something to do with Jules Bianchi. 

 

I'm working on information about the drivers before 1950 because it's very difficult to find details from this era. 



#10 kayemod

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 19:01

I wanted to know more about the driver - don't know what is wrong with that. I searched on Google and the BB Search here before. 

 

And again: You don't have to read in my thread if you find them idiotic...   ;)

 

So keep cool, Mr.  :smoking:

 

History Fan, that's downright insulting, you should apologise to the rest of us. If you're not going to play by the rules, then the forum would be better off without you. What BRG and Elansprint have said is pretty much how most of us feel. You post endless pointless questions, stupid 'almost moves' threads and the like, few of any real interest to anyone else, either on TNF or to the World in general. Many of your questions have been answered before, sometimes more than once, using the Search function seems to be beyond your capabilities, or maybe you're just too lazy to bother with it. For you to suggest, as you have done, that we don't have to read your threads if we don't like them is just bloody rude. We're all in this together, sharing common interests, but the rest of us try to create topics that will entertain others, not continually irritate them with their utter irrelevance.



#11 D-Type

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Posted 23 August 2013 - 20:09

Well I'm interested in racing history and I noticed that name and I got interested of it because of the name. I wanted to know whether he has something to do with Jules Bianchi. 

 

I'm working on information about the drivers before 1950 because it's very difficult to find details from this era. 

 

Well, why didn't you say so? 

 

As for your response to Kayemod, there is only one description I can think of and that is "Downright rude"

 

I appreciate that English is not your first language, and you may have difficulty writing in it.  However, that does not mean that you don't need to have the courtesy to explain why you are asking some of these obscure questions.  And a few positive contributions from what you do know about wouldn't go amiss either.


Edited by D-Type, 23 August 2013 - 21:06.


#12 HistoryFan

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 11:38

History Fan, that's downright insulting, you should apologise to the rest of us. If you're not going to play by the rules, then the forum would be better off without you. What BRG and Elansprint have said is pretty much how most of us feel. You post endless pointless questions, stupid 'almost moves' threads and the like, few of any real interest to anyone else, either on TNF or to the World in general. Many of your questions have been answered before, sometimes more than once, using the Search function seems to be beyond your capabilities, or maybe you're just too lazy to bother with it. For you to suggest, as you have done, that we don't have to read your threads if we don't like them is just bloody rude. We're all in this together, sharing common interests, but the rest of us try to create topics that will entertain others, not continually irritate them with their utter irrelevance.

 

Again: You don't have for read the threads, questions and so on. So the questions I posts interested me, if you find it irrelevance, you don't have to read them.