Senna on Mansell's Car

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Re: Senna on MAnsell's Car

Post by Alonsa » 16 Sep 2008, 10:52

This is something I've never seen before, thx for posting.
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Re: Senna on MAnsell's Car

Post by isherbin » 17 Jun 2009, 06:14

That would never happen anymore. Bernie and Max would loose their bowels and try to make up more stupid rules

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Re: Senna on MAnsell's Car

Post by jablonsfumi » 06 Jul 2009, 14:10

Sometimes I feel we can't do anything in F1...
drivers can't pick up drivers who retired to bring them to the pit, winners can't take a flag (I think the last one was Massa in Sao Paulo 2006, but normaly doing it costs a fine), mechanics can't stand above the track, holding the the pit-lane grids, to salute first drivers...

Adding to the rarity of the show on track!

I still a great the great F1 fan I am since some years, but I have more sensation and pleasure when I watch MotoGP races...

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Re: Senna on Mansell's Car

Post by Ferrariman60 » 07 Aug 2009, 21:31

jablonsfumi wrote:Sometimes I feel we can't do anything in F1...
drivers can't pick up drivers who retired to bring them to the pit, winners can't take a flag (I think the last one was Massa in Sao Paulo 2006, but normaly doing it costs a fine), mechanics can't stand above the track, holding the the pit-lane grids, to salute first drivers...

Adding to the rarity of the show on track!

I still a great the great F1 fan I am since some years, but I have more sensation and pleasure when I watch MotoGP races...


I agree. F1 does have the repulation of being very sanitized and legalistic. There is no much emotion and human element in the races anymore. The only time I really saw a truely dignified performance from a driver was Felipe Massa at last year's Brazilian Grand Prix. He won the race, but lost the championship and he was such a gentleman about it all. It was a true class act, and it had nothing to do with the car, with was about the person and it was that personal connection that the fans got with the driver that is so rare now.
Requiescat in pace, Jules Bianchi


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