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Racing Gods and Ferrari
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CS
2017-09-17 21:25:42 UTC
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It was the Racing Gods what did it. Arrivebene's surliness in not talking to Channel 4 in an arranged interview and turning his back on the grid walk. Ferrari need to learn some communication skills.
And someone there just remind finger wagging Vettel that a race can't be won in the first corner but can easily be lost.
And how pleasant to hear LH's calm radio after the win instead of SV shreeking Yes, Yes.
Sir Tim
2017-09-17 21:56:35 UTC
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It was the Racing Gods what did it. Arrivebene's surliness in not
talking to Channel 4 in an arranged interview and turning his back on the
grid walk. Ferrari need to learn some communication skills.
And someone there just remind finger wagging Vettel that a race can't be
won in the first corner but can easily be lost.
And how pleasant to hear LH's calm radio after the win instead of SV shreeking Yes, Yes.
+1 (particularly the last bit)
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Sir Tim
~misfit~
2017-09-18 10:35:23 UTC
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Post by CS
It was the Racing Gods what did it. Arrivebene's surliness in not
talking to Channel 4 in an arranged interview and turning his back on the
grid walk. Ferrari need to learn some communication skills.
And someone there just remind finger wagging Vettel that a race can't be
won in the first corner but can easily be lost.
And how pleasant to hear LH's calm radio after the win instead of SV shreeking Yes, Yes.
+1 (particularly the last bit)
+1 (+1)

(Although I did enjoy Sainz' radio exchange after him finishing fourth.
'Boom shaka-laka-laka...')
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Shaun.

"Humans will have advanced a long, long way when religious belief has a cozy
little classification in the DSM*."
David Melville (in r.a.s.f1)
(*Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders)
Bigbird
2017-09-18 15:29:18 UTC
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It was the Racing Gods what did it. Arrivebene's surliness in not
talking to Channel 4 in an arranged interview and turning his back
on the grid walk. Ferrari need to learn some communication skills.
And someone there just remind finger wagging Vettel that a race
can't be won in the first corner but can easily be lost.
And how pleasant to hear LH's calm radio after the win instead of
SV shreeking Yes, Yes.
+1 (particularly the last bit)
-1

Let a guy frickin celebrate.
At least he didn't claim to be Gods chosen one FFS.
CS
2017-09-18 20:37:24 UTC
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Let a guy frickin celebrate.
At least he didn't claim to be Gods chosen one FFS.
Clearly a little irony gets lost between your ears!
Bigbird
2017-09-18 23:03:47 UTC
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Let a guy frickin celebrate.
At least he didn't claim to be Gods chosen one FFS.
Clearly a little irony gets lost between your ears!
Possibly; perhaps you'll explain.

The hypocrisy is not lost on me, though.

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