Rich Energy drop Haas. No.... Really. Seriously........

Rich Energy drop Haas. No.... Really. Seriously........

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rallycross

10,951 posts

192 months

Tuesday 1st October 2019
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Petrus1983 said:
You can’t drink something that doesn’t exist.
Based on the saga so far he may as well be sitting at a bus stop off his head on acid whilst fully believing he is drinking his imaginary drink. All very strange, a story you could never make up!

Petrus1983

3,759 posts

117 months

Tuesday 1st October 2019
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rallycross said:
Petrus1983 said:
You can’t drink something that doesn’t exist.
Based on the saga so far he may as well be sitting at a bus stop off his head on acid whilst fully believing he is drinking his imaginary drink. All very strange, a story you could never make up!
Good point laugh

Petrus1983

3,759 posts

117 months

Thursday 3rd October 2019
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This is embarrassing for us - turns out he still sponsors Haas - by bad.


SturdyHSV

6,961 posts

122 months

Thursday 3rd October 2019
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So did they send a fake to go and negotiate the friendly departure with Haas, wait for them to remove the logos, and then try to kick up a stink over breaking contract with the logo removal etc.?

As has been said before, I really do hope there's an hour or so feature done by Ch4 or someone on this whole saga. It's really quite entertaining and having some professionals do some research and collate all of the information into an actual full timeline would be really quite interesting hehe

Europa1

10,273 posts

143 months

Thursday 3rd October 2019
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Petrus1983 said:
This is embarrassing for us - turns out he still sponsors Haas - by bad.

Someone should ask him how much of the sponsorship Rich Energy has paid to date (I don't use Twitter).

Gazzab

18,013 posts

237 months

Thursday 3rd October 2019
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I’ve asked him.


Sixpackpert

4,074 posts

169 months

Thursday 3rd October 2019
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This almost made me sign up to twitter.

Megaflow

7,112 posts

180 months

Friday 4th October 2019
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I’m now actually getting worried about his mental health. To post that, after
Posting on the very same account that the sponsor shop has finished and then try to deny it. I’m starting to wonder if he has a split personality disorder.

Usget

5,256 posts

166 months

Friday 4th October 2019
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Megaflow said:
I’m now actually getting worried about his mental health. To post that, after
Posting on the very same account that the sponsor shop has finished and then try to deny it. I’m starting to wonder if he has a split personality disorder.
... or multiple people have access to the same Twitter account.

I don't disagree that there's a mental health challenge going on here, but I don't think it's anything to do with split personalities.

DanielSan

14,943 posts

122 months

Friday 4th October 2019
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Usget said:
... or multiple people have access to the same Twitter account.

I don't disagree that there's a mental health challenge going on here, but I don't think it's anything to do with split personalities.
Or maybe, and I know this isn't a popular way to view things anymore as mental health can be used as a one size fits all to be a , but maybe just maybe, Storey really is just a ...

LaurasOtherHalf

17,364 posts

151 months

Friday 4th October 2019
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DanielSan said:
Usget said:
... or multiple people have access to the same Twitter account.

I don't disagree that there's a mental health challenge going on here, but I don't think it's anything to do with split personalities.
Or maybe, and I know this isn't a popular way to view things anymore as mental health can be used as a one size fits all to be a , but maybe just maybe, Storey really is just a ...
Aye.

He’s just the usual intsa-tosser.

Usget

5,256 posts

166 months

Friday 4th October 2019
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That is an equally valid diagnosis yes wink

Megaflow

7,112 posts

180 months

Sunday 6th October 2019
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LaurasOtherHalf said:
DanielSan said:
Usget said:
... or multiple people have access to the same Twitter account.

I don't disagree that there's a mental health challenge going on here, but I don't think it's anything to do with split personalities.
Or maybe, and I know this isn't a popular way to view things anymore as mental health can be used as a one size fits all to be a , but maybe just maybe, Storey really is just a ...
Aye.

He’s just the usual intsa-tosser.
As said above an equally valid theory, and the world is full of lots of people who say something, and then vehemently deny it, despite evidence to the contrary. But, this guy takes it to a whole new level!

I hadn't consider the multiple people having access, I though it was just Beardy McTramp, and that's what most of the issue was.

cookie1600

1,405 posts

116 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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Ahh the gift that really does keep on giving. Just when you think it's all died down and forgotten about, Rich Energy have to finally admit they've been beaten by a competitor, and in the courts:



https://twitter.com/rich_energy/status/11844338943...

I assume that will be Red Bull? What a shame that almost the whole of the previous 'Twitter feed of madness' has now been erased. Lets hope the memory can be kept alive in the postings on this thread! Is this the end of Silly Billy?

silentbrown

5,560 posts

71 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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How did we miss this one?

https://twitter.com/rich_energy/status/11819906083...

"grandprix247.com/2019/10/09/steiner-of-course-we-lost-money-with-rich-energy-saga/ …
Well this confirms the total commercial idiocy of @HaasF1Team who backed the wrong horse in an internal @rich_energy shareholder dispute & lacked the sense & courtesy to deal with the directors & owners who gave them deal in first place #F1 #JapaneseGP"

Pebbles167

2,302 posts

107 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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Surprised this hasn't come up yet on the thread. Looks like he's been out in one of Renault's old cars.

Strange.


Petrus1983

3,759 posts

117 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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Absolutely outrageous an F1 team allowed this to happen. Thank god it wasn’t Williams (as it was originally meant to be) as it could have sunk them totally.

silentbrown

5,560 posts

71 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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Pebbles167 said:
Surprised this hasn't come up yet on the thread. Looks like he's been out in one of Renault's old cars.

Strange.

If you'd like to do that too, just pay like anyone else:

https://www.lrs-formula.com/en/f1-driving-experien...

€4,150 for 3 laps, plus time in a Formula Renault car.

Just to add that lot don't appear to offer Renault F1 cars, but I thnk Winfield does. http://winfieldracingschool.com/2017/03/01/renault...

Edited by silentbrown on Wednesday 16th October 17:06

geeks

5,869 posts

94 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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Pebbles167 said:
Surprised this hasn't come up yet on the thread. Looks like he's been out in one of Renault's old cars.

Strange.

Gotta be fake, no way that guy fits in an F1 car!

Pebbles167

2,302 posts

107 months

Wednesday 16th October 2019
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silentbrown said:
If you'd like to do that too, just pay like anyone else:

https://www.lrs-formula.com/en/f1-driving-experien...

€4,150 for 3 laps, plus time in a Formula Renault car.
Ah. Completely forgot this was doable actually, though I thought it tended to be with separate companies who'd bought old F1 cars, and this looks like a more recent V8 car. This post seems to suggest its actually the current team. That said, it's a William Storey post so I'll grab a fist full of salt.