What a load of crap. Looks like everyone is jumping on Manchilds bandwagon!
Will you like him be leaving the forum then?!
If you look at the time this was posted then manchild jumped on pRo's band wagon
I'm sure we both made our own decision and neither jumped on anyone elses wagon.
I'd like to say I won't be leaving the forum, cause it has many great users who make some brilliant posts. But I know I'd just be kidding myself (and you). Once I lose interest in something, there's no use hanging around.
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DaveKillens wrote:Don't Panic.
Great to see that some recognized the title.
Ciro Pabón wrote:If Max Mosley can make you retire, maybe we can make you come back. Are we less than FIA? Do we think like "them"?
Go to a party and dance a little, drink something, kick some rocks, yell to the night, whatever, check how you feel then and return.
Besides, if you don't come back, I will post many, many, many times how Montoya drives better than Kimi... and nobody will contradict me... muahahahaha!
I appreciate your words and the petition, but I just lost interest. I will miss your posts, I learned so much from them. I already decided to do what you said before you said it and had a blast on friday. It was a strange day. I didn't even check when the practice sessions were on and didn't miss them a bit. Saturday was even stranger, I was by the TV during qualifying, but didn't bother to change the channel and watched some cartoon. On sunday I still had no interest towards F1 and decided to watch the 250cc race instead. I've followed Mika Kallio for years, so it's nothing new. His bike failed after few laps so I thought I'll watch the F1 race which had started some 20 mins ago. It felt boring, my heart rate didn't go up at all and it was just very uninteresting. I actually fell asleep after few laps.
It has never happened before. Not even on the "night" races (our nighttime). I'll never forget the first race I saw live in 1973 in Sweden. Fell in love with the cars and the sport. It was an adventure of it's own trying to find info about them at that time. Local media didn't even mention them and you couldn't just google it up. Next year we had a finnish driver in a finnish team in the swedish GP and local media started to print the results after that. Not much, but better than nothing. Then came Keke Rosberg and when he started to get great results on the early 80's, suddenly every paper started to make stories about F1. After that it was never a challenge to find the results and more. After that came the time of Senna, who I still consider the best ever (no need to argue about it here, everyone can have their opinions). Then came another finn, who managed to beat Senna in the 1st qualifying and later won two championships. Another one of my favourites, surely partly cause he was a finn. Btw, never really cared about Kimi, so feel free to say Montoya is better.
I actually liked Montoya a lot, he wasn't the fastest guy, but he made some moves that must've gotten everyone's attention.
But now I see no reason to follow a sports that's uninteresting. And I don't wish to argue the reasons why. I just wish all the best to everyone who keeps following F1.