Then scrap the farce known as the World Drivers Championship. It's either a drivers championship or a team sport, it can't properly be both. You don't see football teams fighting it out only based on man of the match.
AndySeiji wrote:Why treat them like kids on wheels?
Giblet wrote:Senna did it to get revenge The championship was a mere bonus
strad wrote:Giblet wrote:Senna did it to get revenge The championship was a mere bonus
Not funny in my opinion.....Senna did more to bring about disreputable driving and rough driving like Schumachers than anyone else.
Ray wrote:strad wrote:Not funny in my opinion.....Senna did more to bring about disreputable driving and rough driving like Schumachers than anyone else.
And here I thought I was the only F1 fan that thought Senna was a pretty dirty driver. Who knew?
n smikle wrote:I was very shocked and saddened after watching this video.
I have the 2011 season review but I just didn't get time to watch it but wow! I didn't know they had these radio conversations in it! This particular one was very revealing and it has changed my view on a whole lot of things in the Red Bull camp.
It seems the team has rules - rock solid rules. In the video I saw that one of the drivers attempted to break those rules and the team was alerted to it by the other driver. Assurance was given to the whistle blower and then a soft reminder was sent to the offending driver. Ignoring the call the offending driver followed his racing instinct and carried on, seeming to be in some mad trance like a "rabid animal." A second warning was sharply issued and he snapped out of his passion. The offending driver then subdued - acknowledged the order and fell back into the shadows.
I don't how Webber does it, but he must be a mentally strong man. I don't think I could handle staying any longer. Unless. There is something that Webber sees at the end of the tunnel.
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