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Hill - the deserved 1994 champion

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Re: Hill - the deserved 1994 champion

Post by Michael Ferner » 1 month ago

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Everso Biggyballies wrote:
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:agreepost:

Nothing to add.
Oh, I have something to add: "This was a blatant try to win a World Championship at any cost, without ANY regard for rules, sportsmanship or the safety and well being of other people, whether directly involved or totally unconnected to their efforts."


:) Better.
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Post by Michael Ferner » 1 month ago

Antonov wrote:
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Everso Biggyballies wrote:
1 month ago
Lol.... Tom Rubython has never exactly been shy about writing inaccurate stuff for the sake of a story. :wink:
I guess that can be said with all journos and scribes these days though.
well, as the info is printed in a book, I consider it to be correct.
Well, like the 'Genesis' in the bible, or Trump's autobiography?

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Post by kals » 1 month ago

Michael Ferner wrote:
1 month ago
Everso Biggyballies wrote:
1 month ago
:agreepost:

Nothing to add.
Oh, I have something to add: "This was a blatant try to win a World Championship at any cost, without ANY regard for rules, sportsmanship or the safety and well being of other people, whether directly involved or totally unconnected to their efforts."


:) Better.
:agreepost:

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Post by Andy » 1 month ago

kals wrote:
1 month ago
Michael Ferner wrote:
1 month ago
Everso Biggyballies wrote:
1 month ago
:agreepost:

Nothing to add.
Oh, I have something to add: "This was a blatant try to win a World Championship at any cost, without ANY regard for rules, sportsmanship or the safety and well being of other people, whether directly involved or totally unconnected to their efforts."


:) Better.
:agreepost:
One could argue that Marc Marquez pulled the dead same stunt when he ran into Rossis knee at Sepang.
Though, I wonder what the international reactions would have been if the succesfull youngster would not have been Marquez but named Bradl. *cough*
If you are not willing to risk the unusual,you will have to settle for the ordinary-Jim Rohn

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Post by EB » 1 month ago

Antonov wrote:
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authorities of F1, like Tom Rubython
:haha: :haha: :haha: :twothumbs:

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Post by Andy » 1 month ago

Andy wrote:
1 month ago
kals wrote:
1 month ago
Michael Ferner wrote:
1 month ago
Everso Biggyballies wrote:
1 month ago
:agreepost:

Nothing to add.
Oh, I have something to add: "This was a blatant try to win a World Championship at any cost, without ANY regard for rules, sportsmanship or the safety and well being of other people, whether directly involved or totally unconnected to their efforts."


:) Better.
:agreepost:
One could argue that Marc Marquez pulled the dead same stunt when he ran into Rossis knee at Sepang.
Though, I wonder what the international reactions would have been if the succesfull youngster would not have been a Spaniard called Marquez but a German named Bradl. *cough*
If you are not willing to risk the unusual,you will have to settle for the ordinary-Jim Rohn

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Post by Everso Biggyballies » 1 month ago

Andy wrote:
1 month ago

One could argue that Marc Marquez pulled the dead same stunt when he ran into Rossis knee at Sepang.
Though, I wonder what the international reactions would have been if the succesfull youngster would not have been a Spaniard called Marquez but a German named Bradl. *cough*
Hopefully the rules will become the same for everyone regardless of how many followers/facepalm 'friends' they have.
It often does seem that bigger name drivers/riders these days get treated more leniently than lesser profile competitors.
Rules are rules and should be applied equally.

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