Schumi : I wont quit Racing you f_ckers !

Discussion in 'Motorsports' started by amenasce, Sep 1, 2004.

  1. #1 amenasce, Sep 1, 2004
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  2. You misquoted him slightly <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>

    This is pretty much the reply everyone expected to the rumour.
     
  3. yes somehow the quote ended up like that after copying and pasting <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
     
  4. Good...now KR can beat him enxt year...if the FIA doesn't implement these rules which clearly favour Ferrari.
     
  5. Great kick from Schumacher!

    KR will have JPM to be worried about, MurciélagoMan...
     
  6. Boring...
     
  7. You're starting to sound like Ron Dennis.
    Ferrari need no help. Don't tell me these rules were agreed to only by Ferrari, the other teams would have had a huge influence and it's just now that Ron needs to cry about something.
     
  8. Schumacher perfomed a great kick!

    Alka-Seltzer won't be enough for some people...
     
  9. If I was the G.O.A.T. I wouldn't stop. I'd continue kicking ass and taking names.

    #1 for a reason...
     
  10. Can you tell me why they favour Ferrari?
     
  11. Because the 053 doesn't blow up like everyone else engine like to do oh-so-much.
     
  12. Favour is the wrong word, I admit. Benefit is the word I was looking for.
    The other teams aren't agreeing to the rules because: they will raise costs, no one has an engine as reliable as Ferrari (like it or not), cars don't need to be slowed down (its the pinnacle of motorsport!!!), the rules will benefit Ferrari...regardless if they were'nt meant to. Im not saying that the FIA is making the rules so Ferrari wins...but it is obvious that Ferrari will benefit from the engine rules.
     
  13. Trying to hurt Ferrari and more importantly MS with the change in points system and qualifying/parc ferme system didnt work, so maybe they are trying some reverse psychology-esque stuff<A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>.
     
  14. seriously, you said nothing this year depite the fact that MS had to win so many races to secure the WDC, just you non stop crap about how the FIA keeps helping ferrari. i really dont know what your getting at, but if you are complaining aobut ferrrari and the FIA working to gether, then maybe you should also take a good look at the amount of effort some of these other so called teams put in, zilch compared to ferrari. ill debate on a more respectable level with ypou when the rest of the idiots out there life up their game (mind you some already have). and #%!@ about next year when it gets here.not right now.
     
  15. Have you ever read any of my posts?? Ever??
    This is the first time I've ever mentioned the FIA possibly helping Ferrari...and no I don't think they are. I just think that (deliberate or not) the new rules will benefit Ferrari.
    I don't know where you are going with that post...but I'll let you go there. If I offended you somehow...OK...but wow. Seriously. Wow.
     
  16. F1 is getting boring yet it fills up the forum, way to much.
    Whats the go, I recon do a konica and revers the grid after each round, farrari will be stuck in the middle it would, make my day.
     
  17. u dont think they are?????? funny thats not the tune ure playing in the other thread.......

    MurcielagoMan
    Supercar Messiah - 4769

    That is PURE bullshiit. THAT IS EVIDENCE OF THE FIA AND FERRARI WORKING TOGETHER. Are they just seeing how much next years rules will benefit Ferrari??? No one has engine reliablity like Ferrari...and guess what a major thing next year will be: ENGINE RELIABILITY. This is not fair to the other teams. The FIA is fuucking retarted if they implement these rules. It will be even worse than this year. Ferrari will be even more ahead since they already have reliable engines, while all the other teams will be spending ten's of millions of dollars to get an engine that runs for 2 GP's. That is retarded. Just gonna cost more money, and make Ferrari more dominant.
    Why didn't the FIA ask teams like McLaren of Williams or Renault or Minardi to do this 320 km test?? Thats a lot of miles...considering the next GP is AT MONZA. Conspirators...get ready.
     
  18. To tell you the honest to God truth...I really don't remember writing that.
    Obviously I did write it. But what state of mind I was in...who knows. I got my wisdom teeth out no more than 2 hours before I wrote that and was still high as fcuk on gas and a couple Tylenol 3's.
    I APOLOGIZE for that stupid post and the ones directly after where I say that the FIA is working with Ferrari. I directly and promptly retract that statement to make a new one: I DO NOT believe that the FIA is working with Ferrari. But I DO believe that the new engine rules WILL benefit Ferrari since they have rock solid reliability which they clearly worked for.
    If you read the forums here often, Im not one who is a conspirator.
    And no Im not lying about this. Check out the pics. I find it quite funny actually.
     
  19. hey know what, this whole thing is stupid man........I APOLOGISE for making you apologise and posting those pics.....ewwww man....lol. all good. lets just forget about it and call it a truce. i mean, its not like i hate Kimmi, its just Ron Dennis that shits me.....his team......the silver arrow......i love that car. the new rules will benefit ferrari. i agree that the rule changes are stipid, they should give time to the other teams to adjust, but yeah, bernie.....really, what to do, you tell me?? nice pics <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
     
  20. LOL. Agree 100%.
     
  21. who knows a good replacement for Bernie?? anybody?
     

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