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- 28th November 2012, 1:47 at 1:47 am #215977
@fer-no65 I’ve tried but it’s difficult for me to fin good online services. I download via Torrent races from BBC or Sky. Also I follow this guy who uploads races in Spanish I suppose the on-live experience must be awesome. http://safety-car.es/search.php?action=results&sid=33cb2335411f73d305aa26f5a70b561e
About Brazil coverage it was horrible.
If you have reliable sources I would appreciate it.28th November 2012, 0:52 at 12:52 am #215972
jajajajaa I will do that next year 1000 times better than “Así es” from Chacho28th November 2012, 0:36 at 12:36 am #215970
@celeste I totally agree with you. I miss Tano so much at least he said “I’m a Ferrari fan deal with it” not like Tornello who preaches to have impartial perspectives of the F-1 but doesn’t like any actions of Hamilton at all, Puente tries to be impartial but the null interventions from “Chacho” wants you to put mute or wish we could have only track audio. It was a great season memorable for many of us.
@Prisioner Monkeys Ja! you said it. I know they need to sell news but come on!27th November 2012, 23:34 at 11:34 pm #215966
Spanish media tend to look always the “Alonso Side” of the problems. Even if they report such news about Ferrari we have to wait for the official information from Ferrari or FIA. I’m from Latin America, as you could suppose here the sports channel that broadcast F-1 is living “Checo Mania” Maldonado gets attention too, but not at the same level as Perez and of course they tend to look the “Checho Side” too. We are F-1 fanatics but also we can understand that Ferrari, Alonso, RBR or Vettel have the means to attack or defend those decisions. Just let’s wait and see