doorboot wrote:I found it very ironic because the F1.com race commentry was just raving about how great the results would be for the Red Bull group with their drivers in the points. Then they crashed......
"And now nothing can stop Prost from Winning the '82 Montecarlo Grand Prix, he just doesn't care about the pressure from Patrese..."
(Prost slams into the wall)
"Riccardo is now going to grab his first victory..."
"And that's Pironi leading, driving very slow to save his engine with 1 lap to go..."
(Pironi stops and climbs out of the car)
"It's gonna be DeCesaris, Andrea DeCes..."
(DeCesaris Alfa parked, with him inside, slamming his head against the steering wheel)
"I believe Derek Daly is now in the lead..."
(Daly's Williams crashes out instantly)
--Mario Poltronieri, italian commentator--
Maybe I shoud stop here, but I cannot resist to tell another one:
"And the race started , it was a poor start. But what the hell is going on? No one is overtaking, no one! Just look at them. They are driving swerves. They are so slow! Is this some kind of a strike? This is a scandal, this is a scandal. I don't remember seeing that."
(After a minute of silence)
"Dear spectators I am sorry, this was just a warm-up lap!"
--Mladen Delic, the croatian Murray Walker--
Now, the last one, I swear...
"It is the best accident I've had in Formula 1 so far."
--Jacques Villeneuve describes his spectacular shunt at Eau Rouge at Spa, 1998--