Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Lux on Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:09 am

    Big shame for Button. Obviously it's not all about the car..Button wasn't doing so great in qualifying and in the first of the race...but he pulled back some spots and his car fails.

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    Post by Walcott on Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:55 am

    Hamilton's pass on Alonso Get the fuck in, have that Alonso you Spanish cunt.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Danny on Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:43 am

    Hamilton. wank 2

    For the second time in 2 weeks, I am left asking "what happened to Button"? shifty
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Guest on Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:46 am

    Button's a cunt.



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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:16 am

    Button an over rated bellend who doesn't even deserve to be in a McLaren. Pussy in qualifying, pussy when it comes to over taking in the dry and only half decent in the wet.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Danny on Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:20 am

    So what happened to him today? shifty
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:25 am

    Danny wrote:So what happened to him today?
    Hydrolics problem forced him to retire.

    He wasn't going anywhere anyway, spent half of his race behind Rosberg I think it was. He said he could have got 4th but what aload of bollocks that was.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Danny on Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:26 am

    Well 7th would have been better than retiring. shifty

    2 races in a row he's ended up with fuck all. Neutral
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Ben on Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:28 am

    You lot are wayyy too harsh on Button.

    He's the cleanest driver out on the circuit, best at looking after his tyres and smoothest round corners.

    He had a bad start yeah but to expect him to overtake Petrov easily is naive. Petrov's a good driver in a car that has great drive so it was always going to hard to pass and the same goes for Rosberg. He actually managed to pass Rosberg pretty easily and early but was unlucky that he had to retire with a hydraulics problem almost immediately after.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Danny on Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:28 am

    I don't have a problem with Button. shifty
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    Post by Walcott on Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:22 am

    Ben wrote:You lot are wayyy too harsh on Button.

    He's the cleanest driver out on the circuit, best at looking after his tyres and smoothest round corners.

    He had a bad start yeah but to expect him to overtake Petrov easily is naive. Petrov's a good driver in a car that has great drive so it was always going to hard to pass and the same goes for Rosberg. He actually managed to pass Rosberg pretty easily and early but was unlucky that he had to retire with a hydraulics problem almost immediately after.
    So he's basically the Formula 1 version of Arsenal. Arsenal look the best in the PL, but get fuck all out of it.

    I als reckon Vettel is better with his tyres, it's either that or the Red Bull is really good with tyres. Button has been good with his tyres wherever he has been but his driving style isn't exactly a title winning one despite him doing so.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Guest on Mon Jul 25, 2011 10:49 am

    yeah vettel is the master with tyres

    his rear brake problem is really fuck him in this race.his exit speeds was terrible could not overtake massa because the car was to unstable

    i think button is a nice smooth driver,but this does not mean he is greater then others. webber is not smoove or clean driver especially into corners but his agrressive style makes up for this lost time especially on qualifying even when he misses apex

    you need a balancee

    for button well i wonder what mcclaren will do with him, he is routinely miss and hit in qualifying and his race pace is even more random. hes always been solid driver in wet and good driver in changeable condition but his dry racing is just to passive. he is probably happy enough that he at least was a world champion albeit the luckiest world champion in f1 history
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    Post by CoVkId01 on Sat Jul 30, 2011 2:16 am

    F1 to Sky Sports.

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    The move will bring increased choice, innovation and breadth of coverage to UK and Irish motor racing fans.

    The two leading UK sports broadcasters will offer fans unparalleled live High Definition coverage of every race of the season.

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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Ben on Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:04 am

    Wait so each race will be on both channels or have I misunderstood that?
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:05 am

    Sky will have every race - BBC will have 10 (Which havn't been decided yet)

    BBC has Practise & Qualifying also I think.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:34 am




    They are there already. bounce
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    Post by CoVkId01 on Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:44 am

    Think Sky have all practice & qualifying (bar the BBC 10)

    Loved the BBC set up Sad Not the biggest fan of Jake Humphrey but I've gotten used to him. DC and Eddie Jordan are great and Brundle is god not worthy
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Guest on Sat Jul 30, 2011 6:51 am

    humprey licks hamilton ass too much
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Wed Aug 03, 2011 6:15 am

    Formula 1 stewards
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    Post by LFC_Grunners on Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:48 am

    The new proposed 2012 Calender:

    Proposed calendar
    18 March Australian GP
    25 March Malaysian GP
    8 April Chinese GP
    22 April Indian GP
    13 May Spanish GP
    27 May Monaco GP
    10 June Canada GP
    24 June European GP
    8 July British GP
    22 July German GP
    29 July Hungarian GP
    2 September Belgian GP
    9 September Italian GP
    23 September Singapore GP
    7 October Japanese GP
    14 October Korean GP
    28 October Abu Dhabi GP
    4 November Bahrain GP
    18 November US GP
    25 November Brazilian GP

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    There will be five back-to-back races: Australia and Malaysia, Belgium and Italy, Japan and Korea, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi, and the United States and Brazil.

    However, Formula One Teams' Association chairman and McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh has confirmed that the schedule will once again be tweaked. "The calendar is tough," said Whitmarsh. "But I understand it's going to change again, so until you have the final one there is no point complaining about the provisional one," he added.

    Not a fan of the 5 week break, It's going to make August even more boring now with no footy or racing Neutral
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Guest on Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:22 am

    yes but on other hand

    back to back spa and monza

    like the old days

    pure speed pure brilliance

    i can imagine a lot of people will get double passes for those 2 gp. i wish i still livein europe
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:28 am

    I was just about to mention Spa and Monza I LOVE watching them races, both tracks are just incredible.

    5 week break and no football or F1, fuck that! I think I might book a 2 week holiday which can shorten it down to 3 weeks
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Demba Ba on Thu Aug 04, 2011 9:26 pm

    The race at the weekend was probably the best yet, with more than one person challenging Vettel for the win. It's a shame he's all but wrapped up the title though...
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Sat Aug 06, 2011 5:40 am

    Was the best Start of a race imo. Dunno why, I loves Monaco this year. China was a good one also (after all what Lewis done)

    I am biased also cos Button done well at Montreal but he's an over rated cunt.
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Guest on Sat Aug 06, 2011 1:55 pm

    most of the races is good this season so far

    except valencia. still terrible

    they must get rid of that shit track
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Guest on Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:33 pm

    Lost interest this season, Watched the first couple bu then fuck knows what happened. Cry
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Walcott on Sat Aug 06, 2011 9:32 pm

    Almost all the races have been quality this season. I'm loving the tyres, DRS and KERS now. Tyres especially, it's not all about the driver as much, strategists (sp:lol:) aswell play a huge part, and even they don't know with the track temperatures etc..
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    Post by Guest on Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:58 am

    i agree i just think drs should be tweak a little like i want to see overtake toward end of straight or actually on corners....not at beginning or midway of the straights....drs is like overpowered

    or even make drs open for everywhere....fduct was bad because mclaren was only team that use it but if every team has the same advantage then it is cool.

    is just boring at how the sport is being deskilled with this environmental focus. which is contradictory to when u consider todt wants the kers system to be permanent yet it is the most poisonous and dangerous part of the car and could kill engineers who work on it
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    Re: Formula 1/ Walcotts thread.

    Post by Demba Ba on Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:49 am

    Why do they have a break at this time of the season? It seems so pointless and the season had been building up.

    Red Bull were suddenly starting to lose their spell of dominance, but they've now got a few weeks to find what was going wrong and fix it. When the drivers return, Vettel will probably dominate again.
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    Post by LFC_Grunners on Fri Aug 12, 2011 12:46 pm

    cheesy wrote:Why do they have a break at this time of the season? It seems so pointless and the season had been building up.

    Red Bull were suddenly starting to lose their spell of dominance, but they've now got a few weeks to find what was going wrong and fix it. When the drivers return, Vettel will probably dominate again.

    The breaks to give the teams time to put new updates on their cars e.t.c. They've had half a season to find out where they are falling behind so now when they come back it usually closes the pack a bit and hopefully Mclaren can pull something out of the bag to stop the Red Bulls.

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