2016 F1 Spanish Grand Prix

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Andres125sx wrote:
santos wrote:
GoranF1 wrote:in the eve of latest Kvyat-Vettel incident..i would just like to remind people of this unusualy hard braking in turn 2 Malaysia 2013 start.

minute 11:40 of the vid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wH1ZWtwonU

that is what kind of a person Vettel is.
Well is the same kind of person as Alonso. But you must know that. Remeber 2003: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qx6I2EDVAJA
Absurd discussion if you ask me, but IMHO that incident is completely different, one is a brake test trying to cause someone´s accident, while the other is a usual attempt to block someone who´s trying to pass you. I didn´t even see any abrupt change of direction, and he still left space at both sides, so I think this was more of a mistake by Coulthard who was not prepared for Alonso´s defensive move than Alonso doing something wrong.

Vettel incident OTOH is different, he brakes on a point nobody brake, without any reason as he was the leader. You can easily see that comparing Alonso´s distance with Vettel and Massa cars. I sincerely think he was trying to get Alonso out of the race.
It's just a discussion. First of all, i would like to say that i apreciate Alonso as a driver. And i'm not trying to say that is a bad guy, and Vettel is better.
In my point of view, in both situations, Alonso and Vettel are the ones to blame. In 2003 Alonso made a brake test to Coulthard. He brakes much earlier then it's supose to be. And Vettel brakes in place that was not supose to do also.

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Andres125sx wrote: I sincerely think he was trying to get Alonso out of the race.
Location: Madrid, Spain
Makes sense.

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Andres125sx wrote:
santos wrote:
GoranF1 wrote:in the eve of latest Kvyat-Vettel incident..i would just like to remind people of this unusualy hard braking in turn 2 Malaysia 2013 start.

minute 11:40 of the vid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wH1ZWtwonU

that is what kind of a person Vettel is.
Well is the same kind of person as Alonso. But you must know that. Remeber 2003: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qx6I2EDVAJA
Absurd discussion if you ask me, but IMHO that incident is completely different, one is a brake test trying to cause someone´s accident, while the other is a usual attempt to block someone who´s trying to pass you. I didn´t even see any abrupt change of direction, and he still left space at both sides, so I think this was more of a mistake by Coulthard who was not prepared for Alonso´s defensive move than Alonso doing something wrong.

Vettel incident OTOH is different, he brakes on a point nobody brake, without any reason as he was the leader. You can easily see that comparing Alonso´s distance with Vettel and Massa cars. I sincerely think he was trying to get Alonso out of the race.
oh dear, don't touch or comment even with the slightest hint of negativity on ANYHTING spanish.
En serio, esta extremamente rediculo.

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we know, we know,

Sainz is the next most amazing and perfect driver after El Rey Alonso,
the entire F1 field except those from spain don't deserve to be in their shadows.
Carlos Sainz, Antonio Felix Da Costa, Jaime Alguersuari, Fernando Alonso.
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my god.
Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools.

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hahahaha

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@santos

Vettel is better yes, but only if he doesnt forget his notebook...if he left's his notebook at home than he dont finish the race and blame the moon and the stars for it!
Please dont put Vettel in the same sentence whit Alonso or Hamilton cos he is a joke.
We see the success of Vettel after Helmut is not here anymore to protect him......ohh wait!!!
"I have no idols. I admire work, dedication & competence."

santos
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Manoah2u wrote:
Andres125sx wrote:
santos wrote:
Well is the same kind of person as Alonso. But you must know that. Remeber 2003: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qx6I2EDVAJA
Absurd discussion if you ask me, but IMHO that incident is completely different, one is a brake test trying to cause someone´s accident, while the other is a usual attempt to block someone who´s trying to pass you. I didn´t even see any abrupt change of direction, and he still left space at both sides, so I think this was more of a mistake by Coulthard who was not prepared for Alonso´s defensive move than Alonso doing something wrong.

Vettel incident OTOH is different, he brakes on a point nobody brake, without any reason as he was the leader. You can easily see that comparing Alonso´s distance with Vettel and Massa cars. I sincerely think he was trying to get Alonso out of the race.
oh dear, don't touch or comment even with the slightest hint of negativity on ANYHTING spanish.
En serio, esta extremamente rediculo.

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we know, we know,

Sainz is the next most amazing and perfect driver after El Rey Alonso,
the entire F1 field except those from spain don't deserve to be in their shadows.
Carlos Sainz, Antonio Felix Da Costa, Jaime Alguersuari, Fernando Alonso.
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my god.
Antonio Félix da Costa is not from Spain. He is Portuguese. Don't be confuse.

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GoranF1 wrote:@santos

Vettel is better yes, but only if he doesnt forget his notebook...if he left's his notebook at home than he dont finish the race and blame the moon and the stars for it!
Please dont put Vettel in the same sentence whit Alonso or Hamilton cos he is a joke.
We see the success of Vettel after Helmut is not here anymore to protect him......ohh wait!!!
You're talking about a 4time world champion being a joke?
Please show some respect, even if you dislike the guy.

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GoranF1 wrote:@santos

Vettel is better yes, but only if he doesnt forget his notebook...if he left's his notebook at home than he dont finish the race and blame the moon and the stars for it!
Please dont put Vettel in the same sentence whit Alonso or Hamilton cos he is a joke.
We see the success of Vettel after Helmut is not here anymore to protect him......ohh wait!!!
Troll much? Exhibit A why voting on posts should be turned on in race threads...this is a free pass for people with agendas.

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aral edit. Hate comments removed. That doesn't leave anything in the post. Drivers in F1 do not deserve these sort of comments.
"I have no idols. I admire work, dedication & competence."

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please log out from this forum for the sake of other members. This is GP topic not hating Vettel or somebody else topic.


Press conference schedule, should be interesting. RB boys
Thursday, May 12, 1500 hours local time (1300 GMT)
Fernando Alonso (McLaren), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso), Kevin Magnussen (Renault), Carlos Sainz (Toro Rosso), Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

Friday, May 13, 1600 hours local time (1400 GMT)
Cyril Abiteboul (Renault), Maurzio Arrivabene (Ferrari), Robert Fernley (Force India), Yusuke Hasegawa (Honda), Christian Horner (Red Bull), Toto Wolff (Mercedes)

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Please delete Goran's account

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Note from aral. The offending quote has been removed.

Why do you think his 4 titles are fraud?

Given you signature you should be a Vettel Fanboy, because he fits that description, :wink:

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Can we keep the flaming and fanboyism on topic at least?
Saishū kōnā

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^ Vettel will beat Alonso on Sunday :D :D

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This thread needs a janitor.

On topic: It's supposed to be relatively cold (around 20°C) ... it'll probably hurt Ferrari more than Merc judging by the previous races so we can't really expect an exciting race unfortunately... unless Ferrari brings a shitton of upgrades and Merc doesn't ...

edit: maybe i'll write a few words about the "driver X is a villain" "driver Y has a bad character" stuff ... every driver will have his "moments" one could use to prove they're bad guys, but they simply want to win, even if it means testing out the limits of what's still sportsmanlike behaviour/within the rules or making a bad judgement call from time to time ... hell, people admire Senna and he drove like an asshole more than once, same with Schumacher - don't fill the threads with unnecessary flaming, meet up, have a beer or bash each others heads in but try to keep the threads focused ... the topics used to be analysis and interesting info, now you have to wade through 20+ pages of bickering and fanboyism to find something worth reading