I don’t see why you are taking this personally. Different people have different viewpoints. Why should I overlook fact that AMD is partner with both FIA and Ferrari? I have my views and reasons to suspect events that occur.
Having a viewpoint is one thing, but I find banging on and on about it gets depressing.
manchild wrote:If you think that I feel comfortable on this forum or that I like most of the posts that you’re wrong. I often get annoyed and frustrated like “Michael Moore on republican convention in Texas” but I’m not telling others to stop writing what they think.
Sorry Manchild but you're not Michael Moore. There are no cover ups and no conspiracies that need unearthing. You don't like Ferrari, Michael Schumacher or the F.I.A. and you continue unsubjective rants againt all of these parties. My replies to these comments have been just as unsubjective, I admit and I know this as I write every word, simply to try and show you that there are two sides to every story. This is why I might have appeared to some to be a "Ferrari freak" and that M.S. was my "shining light". I admire the guy for his determination and achievements don't get me wrong but I would rather see the sport succeed and prosper with some top quality close racing than to see Ferrari and/or M.S. trounce the field as some might think.
Ever since Lotus first ran with Gold Leaf sponsorship, the ball has been rolling faster and faster until we are at the point today where nine times out of ten the money will always come first. It's so easy for people to sit back and criticise the F.I.A. when they clearly do not have an easy job. In this day and age, unnecesary risk is unacceptable and people need to face facts that the sport will never be the same as it was 'in the old days', no matter what people think. Safety will always come before the show, but trying to find the blend and make sufficient compromises between keeping the sport safe, keeping entrants happy, and Formula One retaining its status as the best motorsport series in the world is clearly a more difficult task than armchair fans would have you believe. Cars cannot become so slow that lower formulae can lap a given circuit quicker than an F1 car... because people will complain about the fact.
manchild wrote:Since both of us including the others can only speculate what is the truth until it is revealed different views will exist.
Maybe we should get away from posting opinion as fact then yes? And even when the truth is apparently plain for all to see it can still be twisted and misconstrued by others though can't it?
Looks like we'll have to agree to disagree. We both believe we are right and that each other is wrong, but at the end of the day I love this sport, and have done since I was a kid, and I would rather see it
prosper before any
driver or team! I guess I'd just prefer to see solutions to problems worked towards instead of sitting back and criticising which It seems you have been doing alot of lately that's all.(IMHO) No hard feelings I hope, as I genuinely think you contribute a hell of a lot to this board.
@Tomba (Don't worry mate, you'll se no more ranting from me