SadgeHands commented on the post, FIA criticised for "absurd" rule barring drivers from speaking out 1 month, 1 week ago
Exactly this. It’s so stupid. They criticize drivers for being boring or having no personality, then when the drivers speak up and voice their opinions, be it through fashion or words, then suddenly these “fans” […]
It’s almost like literally everyone knew that a reduction in wind tunnel time would be basically meaningless to Red Bull at this point. How some people actually believed that it was a significant enough punishment […]
How he has had all these activities outside of F1 for years and still performs so well is very impressive. Good for him that he’ll have something to occupy himself after he eventually retires.
Mirrors were shaking from the vibrations on the track. That’s normal. If you want to apply that logic, Verstappen should be given a penalty for his front wheel winglet being loose and shaking around after […]
There is no wiggle room. 5% and below is considered a minor breach. It’s still cheating.
If I were Toto or Binotto, I would purposefully go over the budget if it is found that Red Bull did, but only get a slap on the wrist. I mean, what’s the point of the budget cap to these big teams if they can just […]
SadgeHands commented on the post, Hamilton faces investigation over breach of rules on drivers' equipment 4 months ago
Well turns out he was told by a doctor to leave the piercing in because it kept getting infected. If he gets fined, whaatever. His health comes first. So all the haters can shut up.
The fact that people have found a way to use this to throw hate and insults at him is really very sad.
Lewis has spent several years doing a bunch of stuff outside of the sport and has yet to lose his speed, so I think it just depends on the person.
He’s an F1 driver. Not an NBA player. Leave it to Lebron or Steph Curry to speak about the NBA’s issues. Besides, while there are less white NBA players than black, the majority of the owners are still white. The […]
There are several factors to blame for their absence I think.
1. A lot of Schumacher fans who were threatened by Lewis’s success.
2. The duration of time with which Lewis was dominating.
3. The Red Bull RB18 […]
Unless Mercedes, Ferrari, and Red Bull somehow cease to exist, then I don’t see it.