Lewis Hamilton G.O.A.T. ?

Lewis Hamilton G.O.A.T. ?

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Muzzer79

4,535 posts

151 months

Thursday 8th April
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Trackdayer said:
MiniMan64 said:
Race baiting? Are you high?
Yes he constantly bangs on about "racism". You can't deny that.

People like him are the reasons for inflaming tensions between races. With his influence, his words affect millions. Millions of white people who are wrongly made to feel guilty for things they have never done (or in many cases never happened). And millions of non-whites who are fed a false agenda that the system is against them.

He is literally spreading hate. I'm sorry but times are changing and we have to call out people like this.

I understand some petrolheads will like him for his driving, but it cannot overshadow the damage he has done / is doing.
Of all the places that Katie Hopkins would turn up after being banned from Twitter, I never expected Pistonheads to be it.

Why did you choose 'Trackdayer' as a username Katie? Are you a secret circuit fan or......?

Oh, oh - what's Alan Sugar like?

CustardOnChips

1,369 posts

26 months

Thursday 8th April
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Trackdayer said:
So you're insulting me and my friends because you have a different opinion on somebody? And using memes?

Hardly a gold standard of intellectual discourse.
Maybe you should stop hanging around with other flag wkers and racists, also stop reading the Daily Mail.

Normally I wouldn't engage with an obvious troll. But you seem like fun biggrin

Edited by CustardOnChips on Thursday 8th April 10:06

C350Akra

8,794 posts

244 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
WickerBill said:
*Checks back in after 3 days without the internet....you still going round in circles with the usual suspects talking meaningless crap, clearly with nothing better to do with their life*

  • Checks back out**
laugh
I chimed in at 18.30 today - but that's a good point well made biggrin
Respect Sparta6, I never thought I would see the day when you admitted you talk rubbish.

C350Akra

8,794 posts

244 months

Thursday 8th April
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Trackdayer said:
MiniMan64 said:
Race baiting? Are you high?
Yes he constantly bangs on about "racism". You can't deny that.

People like him are the reasons for inflaming tensions between races. With his influence, his words affect millions. Millions of white people who are wrongly made to feel guilty for things they have never done (or in many cases never happened). And millions of non-whites who are fed a false agenda that the system is against them.

He is literally spreading hate . I'm sorry but times are changing and we have to call out people like this.

I understand some petrolheads will like him for his driving, but it cannot overshadow the damage he has done / is doing.
Please provide your evidence of this?

By the way, without exception, all the petrolheads I know think he is a great person, using his fame and platform to speak out about injustices in the world.

DaveE87

403 posts

99 months

Thursday 8th April
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glazbagun said:
DaveE87 said:
Does anyone recall in 2008 when Michael Schumacher said that Lewis Hamilton would surpass his own records?
I think he said he absolutely could, not that he would.
Same difference really.

sparta6

2,502 posts

64 months

Thursday 8th April
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vdn said:
sparta6 said:
vdn said:
Bottas is no match for Lewis. It's obvious.

But pretending Schuey had ANY decent teammates is laughable. And on top of that, he demanded an uneven playing field in his favour!!!!! What's a sportsman. To quote the great sage, Wayne: "notttttttt"
Welcome back.

Who was faster than Irvine and Barrichello and available ?

Mika was not available.
rofl

Blinkers on much.
How so ?

Ross Brawn stated that Ferrari welcomed a WDC from Eddie Irvine.

Missed by 2 points. Oh well biggrin






M5-911

520 posts

9 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
How so ?

Ross Brawn stated that Ferrari welcomed a WDC from Eddie Irvine.

Missed by 2 points. Oh well biggrin
It shows how good that Ferrari was in 1999 for Irvine to come that close.

sparta6

2,502 posts

64 months

Thursday 8th April
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M5-911 said:
sparta6 said:
How so ?

Ross Brawn stated that Ferrari welcomed a WDC from Eddie Irvine.

Missed by 2 points. Oh well biggrin
It shows how good that Ferrari was in 1999 for Irvine to come that close.
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?








BrettMRC

1,998 posts

124 months

Thursday 8th April
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Bottas is routinely within 2 points.

Just not by the end of the season... hehe

sparta6

2,502 posts

64 months

Thursday 8th April
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BrettMRC said:
Bottas is routinely within 2 points.

Just not by the end of the season... hehe
hehe

M5-911

520 posts

9 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
Irvine would have never been 2 points close of MS had done the full season. First he wasn' t very good and that Ferrari was much better in the race than the McLaren, second, he wasn't aloud to race Schumacher.

Bottas would be world champion without Hamilton in the team where Irvine couldn't even be a world champion without Schumacher.

glazbagun

11,618 posts

161 months

Thursday 8th April
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Craigyp79 said:


Is this you Trackdayer?
laugh

C350Akra

8,794 posts

244 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
When Hamilton has to miss a large part of the season, just like Schumacher did to enable Irvine to get that close.

Muzzer79

4,535 posts

151 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
1994 Schumacher 92pts Verstappen 10pts
1995 Schumacher 102pts Herbert 45pts
2000 Schumacher 108pts Barrichello 62pts
2001 Schumacher 123pts Barrichello 56pts
2002 Schumacher 144pts Barrichello 77pts (Ferrari won every race apart from 2 in 2002)
2003 Schumacher 93pts Barrichello 65pts
2004 Schumacher 148pts Barrichello 114pts (Ferrari won every race apart from 3 in 2004)

I await your bullst excuse as to why any of the drivers in the right-hand column were justifiably in their seat but Bottas isn't.

nickfrog

13,816 posts

181 months

Thursday 8th April
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C350Akra said:
sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
When Hamilton has to miss a large part of the season, just like Schumacher did to enable Irvine to get that close.
Ah yes, I remember Shumachers accident, at Stowe, I was working in Palmer's tent 300m away.

Sparta's trolling has gone from very poor to terrible indeed.

HighwayStar

3,317 posts

108 months

Thursday 8th April
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C350Akra said:
sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
When Hamilton has to miss a large part of the season, just like Schumacher did to enable Irvine to get that close.
Exactly the point I made, Eddie wasn’t there or merit... if Schuey was there the whole of that season Irvine wouldn’t have been close because, well he wouldn’t have been allowed. Of course Sparta missed/ignored the point.

sparta6

2,502 posts

64 months

Thursday 8th April
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M5-911 said:
sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
First he wasn' t very good
Irvine was good enough to take a proper fight to Mika.

Trying to compare sleepy Bottas with Irvine is pretty funny



Muzzer79

4,535 posts

151 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
M5-911 said:
sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
First he wasn' t very good
Irvine was good enough to take a proper fight to Mika.

Trying to compare sleepy Bottas with Irvine is pretty funny
Whilst we're doing comparisons

1996 Schumacher 59pts Irvine 11pts
1997 Schumacher 78 pts (later disqualified) Irvine 24pts
1998 Schumacher 86pts Irvine 47pts
1999 Schumacher 44pts Irvine 74pts (Schumacher broke his leg, missed 6 races. Up to the British GP, Irvine had 26pts, Schumacher 32pts)

Who's sleepy now?

M5-911

520 posts

9 months

Thursday 8th April
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sparta6 said:
M5-911 said:
sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.


When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
First he wasn' t very good
Irvine was good enough to take a proper fight to Mika.

Trying to compare sleepy Bottas with Irvine is pretty funny
You must be desperate to try to make us believe that Irvine was that good. Let's not forget that once again in history Ferrari were investigated for cheating in 1999, but strangely cleared on appeal.
Ferrari race pace was much better, i think this is flattering more the skills of Mikka winning with a not so good McLaren versus an Irvine in a top (cheating) Ferrari.

At least if Lewis had miss half of the season last year, Bottas would have been WC unlike an Irvine...

MarkwG

2,914 posts

153 months

Thursday 8th April
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M5-911 said:
sparta6 said:
M5-911 said:
sparta6 said:
The Ferrari was a contender against McLaren in '99 and 2000.
Good battles.

When will Bottas get within 2 points of WDC ?
First he wasn' t very good
Irvine was good enough to take a proper fight to Mika.

Trying to compare sleepy Bottas with Irvine is pretty funny
You must be desperate to try to make us believe that Irvine was that good. Let's not forget that once again in history Ferrari were investigated for cheating in 1999, but strangely cleared on appeal.
Ferrari race pace was much better, i think this is flattering more the skills of Mikka winning with a not so good McLaren versus an Irvine in a top (cheating) Ferrari. At least if Lewis had miss half of the season last year, Bottas would have been WC unlike an Irvine...
I seem to recall Schumacher wouldn't even play for the team in the last race, emphasising his number 1 status by chasing Hakkinen rather than supporting Irvine. He had no chance of the championship, but took points off Irvine by ensuring he finished ahead. Cracking race for a Mclaren fan smile