Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by F1Brits_90, Jul 1, 2018.
racecub I know what you meant. But that was not an action to take him out.
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Point 1 - If something bad happens to Lewis it's never an accident but someone cheating him out of what he deserves
Point 2 - Vettel is evil. If he hasn't done anything wrong in the race you're talking about then bring up things he did in previous races.
Point 3 - Kimi is the abused servent of Ferrari and if he does anything wrong you are to ignore it and see point 2.
Point 4 - wear your tin foil hat with pride as it appears even Lewis is wearing them now.
RasputinLives but I've slightly modified it as a catch all for that certain type of driver:
Point 1 - If something bad happens to (Insert name of highly strung, overly sensitive, emotionally complex driver here....) it's never an accident but someone cheating him out of what he deserves
Point 2 - (Insert name of relatively well rounded, normal but slightly arrogant driver here) is evil. If he hasn't done anything wrong in the race you're talking about then bring up things he did in previous races.
1) Senna 2) Prost
1) Mansell 2) Piquet
1) Hamilton 2) Rosberg
1) Hamilton 2) Vettel
Are you implying that a certain Finnish driver might be behind it?
Seriously, not a clue.
A contract for 2019? Though we're all in on the secret that they've already signed Leclerc of course so it can't be that.
Maybe ice cream, if it's not vodka, Kimi is fond of ice cream isn't he?
I fear for Grosjean that Leclerc might be driving for Haas beginning after the summer break, I saw a very harsh interview to Gunther Steiner yesterday, he was basically saing "the end is nigh, enough is enough"
Having said that I don't think that Kimi would punt Hamilton to help Vettel, he's not that kind of driver, he's very fair and nice (and that's part of problem that I have with him, I'd like the raging dragon that we had in 2005, not "Mr. Nice Guy").
Besides, if Kimi was supposed to hit Hamilton on purpose he would have hit him on the side of Hamilton's car, not on the rear tyre, it was an accident that didn't result in any damage to Hamilton's car (despite the fact that he moaned over the radio for lap after lap complaining of non existing damage to his car )
Mercedes Refuse Huge Claims Made by Hamilton After Collision with Raikkonen
I had no idea that Kimi had remarried.
Minttu doesn't go unnoticed
Yes - the minimal damage was that the tyre stencilling had been rubbed off...
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