SchW hunched over the keypad and pounded out the following...
>Has anyone else noticed how the increase in Ferrari fans seems to >have
coincided with the increase in Man Utd Fans.
Maybe people just like red.
>Those people that only follow those who win all the time
Oh yes, we win all the time we Ferrari fans. Let's see, four championships in
the last twenty years (one drivers, three constructors). Williams used to win
that many championships in two years. I'd say a 10% strike rate in twenty
years hardly counts as "winning all the time".
If you're looking for frontrunning fans, look in the West/McLaren/Mercedes
enclosure. Most of these people i've come across couldn't pick Bruce McLaren
out of a line up to save their lives. Here's a test to ferret out true McFans:
1. Who's Tyler Alexander?
2. True or False, Teddy Mayer is a stuffed animal.
3. What does MP4 stand for?
4. Why were McLaren Cars painted that nifty 60's yellow/orange?
5. Which happened first, McLaren's first constructors championship or their
first Indy 500 win?
6. True or False, the "Bruce and Denny Show" was a 1960's late night TV comedy.
And for extra credit, Where is New Zealand?
If you can't get five of those questions right, take that crazy metalic
West/McLaren gear off your head before you bake your domes under those
microwave like hats and admit that you aren't a real McLaren fan. Feel free to
dig out some of that Rothmans swag you bought back when you were a Williams
>and therefore expected Micheal to do the same for Ferrari as he did >for
We'll have to wait another year for Michael's championship, but it'll be worth
>Well he has ( devalued the championship again by cheating )
Yep, he sure cheated those McBoys didn't he. Taking those seven races off and
giving them a huge head start in both championships certainly was the move of
an accomplished cheater.
Yes Please. I'll gladly take another of those.