Kris Meeke about a stupid idea of having a tarmac night stage in Spain where was an incredible amount of dust and no one (but Loeb running first) could see anything.
I love when drivers are swearing and I salute you, dear Kris.
Nico Hulkenberg’s foul language in Hungary led the BBC to sport a parental guidance warning on it’s iPlayer coverage. However, it wasn’t the first time we’ve heard a driver swear during the Formula One coverage.
This next top ten features the best driver swears. Some are angry, some hilarious and some accidental. Children, mute your speakers now…
This is awesome. I especially like Montoya and his “fucking Raikkonen.. what a fucking idiot” and also his reaction when a poor cameraman hit him with his camera. And of course I cannot forget famous “I was having a shit” by Kimi Raikkonen, who doesn’t love it.
If anybody is interested: Sébastien Loeb finished 2nd and 3rd in Porsche Carrera Cup and 9th and 5th in GT Tour. And guess which other rally ‘coincidentally’ starting on the very same weekend and in the very same race too? Of course it was Sébastien Ogier, who else! Loeb has to be pretty happy because he has beaten little Seb in GT Tour twice (Ogier finished 14th and 9th). Ogier was then also starting in F4 category (some kind of formulas) and he finished 4th and 5th. And before you ask - unfortunately, there were no handbags out at or off the track.
Btw, quite good results for both of them, non?
Indian weekend is probably a nightmare for Massa and I won’t lie - I dislike him and like to watch him struggling. But also I think
for once it wasn’t a bad luck or Hamilton’s fault but only his lack of skills.
Firstly that qualification anti-cut kerb incident. It’s called anti-cut kerb so I think it’s pretty clean that it’s purpose is to restricts drivers from cutting. But obviously Massa didn’t get it and tried to cut anyway and we all saw what happened. And what did he say? That those anti-cut kerbs are too big. Too big?! Of course they are big because if they weren’t they wouldn’t have been called “anti-cut” and everybody would be cutting in there!
Then, Hamilton - Massa incident. You can dislike Hamilton as much as you want but this time it wasn’t his fault. Massa just gave him no room. Where should he go? To the grass? Or he should stop? No, this was clearly Massa’s fault because he saw Hamilton and he closed the door anyway. If it was up to me there would be no penalty for him though because I still consider it as a race incident. A race incident in which Massa played a bigger part than Hamilton. But I won’t deny that Massa getting a drive thru made me happy. :-P
Let’s go back to anti-cut kerbs again. One would think that Massa learnt something after that qualification crash. But no, some people are just too stupid.