The place for speaking your mind on current goings-on in F1
by CarlosFerreira 29 Sep 2009, 20:10
Feeling bitter? Had a bad day? Fancy a rant?

How about climbing F1Rejects' own version of the Hyde Park's soapbox? A cathartic moment, where you get to shout out all the rubbish you would otherwise be inclined to keep to yourself, or at least soften.

Ground rules:

1. One liners are mandatory. If you want to write a long text, contact you local editor for publishing opportunities. Or a lawyer, in case it's your will.
2. Remember the "family website" principle. Sexist, racist and other -ist posts are discouraged, plus the Admins will kick your butt. Just sayin'.
3. Remember Godwin's Law at all times...
3.a. ... and do keep in mind our very own Hughes' Law as well.
4. The audience doesn't get to answer back, only cheer or boo. If you fancy a debate, may I suggest wearing a towel and go re-enacting ancient Greece somewhere else?
5. Make us laugh. Please.

That said, I'll start with my rant of the day:

- Heidfeld should be thankful to Sutil for helping him interrupt the most shameful record of all time.

Come on guys, give it the world!
Last edited by CarlosFerreira on 05 Oct 2009, 18:15, edited 1 time in total.

Stay home, Colin Kolles!
by Waris 29 Sep 2009, 20:13
The record of most consecutive finishes isn't the most shameful record of all time by a long shot; however, the record that is, the most podium finishes without a win, is also held by Heidfeld...

P.S. I'm not sure if this counts as a one liner, because of the semicolon... If it's not, forgive me... :mrgreen:

MOTOR RACING IS DANGEROUS
by CarlosFerreira 29 Sep 2009, 20:27
- I wish Rosberg goes into Brawn and shows the world how useless Button is.

Stay home, Colin Kolles!
by lostpin 29 Sep 2009, 20:30
Heidfeld, the F1's most boring man in the F1's most boring car... :mrgreen:

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by CarlosFerreira 29 Sep 2009, 20:32
Fisichella's struggles in the Ferrari show a) how awesome Raikkonen is and b) how slow Badoer was.

Stay home, Colin Kolles!
by WeirdKerr 29 Sep 2009, 20:41
can we not have 1 race this year that can be predicted
by DemocalypseNow 29 Sep 2009, 21:01
Bernd Maylander could well win Suzuka if it rains. Its just a shame for him it would be in the Safety Car.

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by lostpin 29 Sep 2009, 21:08
Bernie should cut his hair and give it to Barrichello, he desperately needs it.

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by Tealy 29 Sep 2009, 21:16
Why can't we rid F1 of these ridiculously tedious street circuits. They are all about the "spectacle" and as a result have rubbish racing.
by lostpin 29 Sep 2009, 21:35
That Singapore circuit looks more like a Need for Speed track! (Capricorn 2?!?)

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by thehemogoblin 29 Sep 2009, 21:42
Felipe Massa was the most universally-underrated driver in the pit lane.
by Captain Hammer 29 Sep 2009, 22:05
While talented, Fernando Alonso is over-rated; he hasn't won a race in a straight fight since traction control was banned an I hope that Felipe Massa shows him up if he goes to Ferrari just to stick it to the Spanish media and incessant fans.

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by Jack O Malley 29 Sep 2009, 22:37
Alonso and Massa at Ferrari is a blunder. Remember Nurburgring 07, they just don't get along with each other.

Sorry guys, I had a little outing.
by Ulfuls 30 Sep 2009, 02:09
When, O when, will Williams win another race? It would be nice to see Barrichello accomplish it next year, echoes of Patrese doing the same thing with the same team lost after everyone thought he was past it. Not that a double winner this year is past it, exactly...
by SuperAguri 30 Sep 2009, 04:29
Waris wrote:The record of most consecutive finishes isn't the most shameful record of all time by a long shot; however, the record that is, the most podium finishes without a win, is also held by Heidfeld...

It's in fact a joint record with Stefan Johansson. Heidfeld does have the record for most 2nd places without a win (8 which is double of Johanssons..)

<@Ataxia> these people are making a mess of their crepe suzettes
by TomWazzleshaw 30 Sep 2009, 05:47
McLaren and Toyota's form on different tracks baffles me. Can't they just pick a type of track they bloody perform well on?

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by Cynon 30 Sep 2009, 06:40
Here's to hoping Lewis Waaaaahmilton gets destroyed by Kimi Raikkonen or whoever his teammate will be in 2010.

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by TomWazzleshaw 30 Sep 2009, 07:00
If anything Kubica deserves the 2nd seat at Ferrari more than Fernando "I'm number 1" Alonso

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by Pedro_Diniz 30 Sep 2009, 09:34
I wish I wasn't so apathetic towards whoever wins this year's championship.

Kimi: "I was having a sheeet."
by muttley 30 Sep 2009, 11:19
Nelsinho Piquet shouldn't be allowed to drive anything faster than a golf cart for the rest of his life. Either that, or be employed as a live crash test dummy by Hummer.
by shinji 30 Sep 2009, 13:26
Yuji Ide's toenail is more talented than me. That depresses me.

Better than 'Tour in a suit case' Takagi.
by lostpin 30 Sep 2009, 16:52
Ferrari are dorks if they feel that buying world champions will get them the WDC... again.

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by Nuppiz 30 Sep 2009, 18:11
Here's hoping that Räikkönen gets an equal treatment at McLaren, then. And that Alonso doesn't b**ch about at Ferrari and break his contract yet again because Massa isn't playing second fiddle enough for him.

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by CarlosFerreira 30 Sep 2009, 18:40
Spanish and Brazilian press will tear each other apart now, incensed on by the Italians. And that makes me happy. Ferrari 2010 will be a fun place.

Stay home, Colin Kolles!
by eytl 30 Sep 2009, 21:52
Forget Kimi Raikkonen at McLaren, Robert Kubica deserves a better seat than Renault next year.

by CarlosFerreira 30 Sep 2009, 22:06
How come Trulli is still around? Someone has seriously lost the plot.

Stay home, Colin Kolles!
by Ferrim 30 Sep 2009, 22:10
I wish Nico Rosberg stops messing up every time he can get into the podium.

Go home, Bernie Ecclestone!

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by shinji 30 Sep 2009, 22:23
I miss horrifically bad Japanese pay drivers.

Kaz just ain't the same.

Better than 'Tour in a suit case' Takagi.
by Cynon 30 Sep 2009, 22:29
I miss horrifically bad drivers regardless of ethnicity. Can't wait to see some in 2010. ;D

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by noisebox 30 Sep 2009, 22:47
eytl wrote:Forget Kimi Raikkonen at McLaren, Robert Kubica deserves a better seat than Renault next year.

Is that the same Kubica that has been out driven by Heidfeld this year?

"will you stop him playing tennis then?", referring to Montoya's famous shoulder injury, to which Whitmarsh replied "well, it's very difficult to play tennis on a motorbike"
by noisebox 30 Sep 2009, 22:49
Time to sort out the aero rules once and for all - no diffusers and single plain front and rear wings please.

"will you stop him playing tennis then?", referring to Montoya's famous shoulder injury, to which Whitmarsh replied "well, it's very difficult to play tennis on a motorbike"
by Captain Hammer 30 Sep 2009, 22:56
Okay, Alonso's going to Ferrari. Now, can we please shut the **** up about it and maybe go racing?

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by Cynon 30 Sep 2009, 23:49
noisebox wrote:Time to sort out the aero rules once and for all - no diffusers and single plain front and rear wings please.


On top of that, the homologated wings will probably be made to fit the Ferrari chassis...

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by fjackdaw 30 Sep 2009, 23:56
I think Barrichello is being treated unfairly by Brawn, if the rumours are true.
by Bert 01 Oct 2009, 00:28
Why do I have no more obvious reasons to stand up? It must be a conspiracy!

You break it, I fix it, or vice-versa.
by thalion 01 Oct 2009, 00:38
Why is nationality such a big deal in Formula One? Skill should matter more than arbitrary considerations of birthplace, etc.
by thehemogoblin 01 Oct 2009, 01:15
I hate that there's practically nobody on this forum when I am.

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