My objection is that the issues that are placed at the center of the discussion, often involve falsehoods. For example, it’s common for BLM protesters to shout “hands up, don’t shoot,” which is a false […]
BasCB commented on the post, The game changed and they didn't: The true cause of Williams' decline 2 years, 7 months ago
A stark reminder of why it was good that we finally got rid of him, isn’t it @puffy,
@puffy when Bernie originally bought the TV rights he offered an equal share to the teams and they turned him down, not realizing how important TV revenue would become. So it seems the 1998 decision was in keeping […]
Euro Brun commented on the post, The game changed and they didn't: The true cause of Williams' decline 2 years, 7 months ago
Its a question that I can’t answer! In particular Ferrari. How did they let this happen back then? No wonder they don’t want to let go of their advantage now.
StefMeister commented on the post, Making softer tyres is "useless" for creating better racing – Isola 2 years, 8 months ago
@puffy Mandatory stops never work in terms of making the racing better & strategy more varied & I don’t even think they should have the mandatory stop they have.
The problem with mandatory stops from a racing […]
IJW commented on the post, Making softer tyres is "useless" for creating better racing – Isola 2 years, 8 months ago
@puffy The best way to ensure a minimum of 2 stops is simply to mandate that all the 3 compound of dry tyres have to be used. If the race is wet, then of course that stimpulation is not necessary.
Maciek commented on the post, Ferrari to reveal car on January 25th after fan vote 7 years, 9 months ago
Thank you @puffy
BasCB commented on the post, Marussia heading for Ferrari engine deal – Symonds 8 years, 5 months ago
Thanks for pointing that out, immediately after reading I had wanted to note that. I would say
that’s a matter of some debate
is almost an understatement there @puffy
M Dickens commented on the post, Marussia heading for Ferrari engine deal – Symonds 8 years, 5 months ago
Di Resta potentially could’ve scored a podium if;
a) DRS didn’t make defending impossible
b) penalties were slightly more lenient, they seem to have gotten ridiculously strict nowadays.
@puffy – it just shows the difference between the psychology of a 3 x WDC and a driver who will probably never become a WDC. If not sooner then at the end of the season Red Bull management will understand what […]
@Puffy If I tell you that comment spam outweighs real submissions by a ratio of around seven to one (the vast majority of which never appears on the site and the remainder is removed very quickly), I’m sure […]
@puffy But, as I said earlier, I’ll go to the end of this championship on my current league. I’ll then leave the league and join yours. And I’ve just thought that waiting to start from scratch is stupid. When I […]
@Puffy I doubt that would be the case if there was anything noticeably innovative about the Caterham, or indeed most of the cars that get launched. There was a lot of discussion last year about McLaren’s unusual […]
timi commented on the post, Pirelli say tyre failure did not cause Vettel retirement 9 years, 11 months ago
HAHAHAHHHAHAHAHA @puffy NICE
@Puffy Fair point. I think though its probably due to the fact Massa has been poor for two seasons now, whereas Webber had a pretty good season last year. I know he had to recover from his crash, but it’s been […]
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