Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by Hello Freddi » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 12:09:06


This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

http://www.sportinglife.com/formula1/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=fo...

Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
Nick Heidfeld.

If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

"This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by DC » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 15:03:20



Quote:
>This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
>their

"Their" (sic) what?

Quote:
>was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.

If you really think (that is, if you're capable of sentient thought)
that Anthony Hamilton has any influence of McLaren's actions then I
should seek help.

Quote:
>Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

Have you no shame yourself, posting such shite?

Roll on 15 November when the appeal will either be thrown out or
constructors' points only will be lost. I applaud McLaren for bringing
the appeal to demonstrate the inconsistency of the FIA's application
of their own rules but they know they won't win and nobody really
wants Lewis to become DWC in this way.

The 2008 season can't come soon enough. But if the sport is again
ruined by all of this political shite, I may give up on it
altogether...

David

 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by AC » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 18:45:09


Quote:
> This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
> their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
> Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

> http://SportToday.org/

> Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
> of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

> The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
> up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
> fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
> Nick Heidfeld.

> If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
> Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

> "This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
> newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

> Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
> deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

God, you people know *** all.

Ron admitted years ago that he is the worst looser in the world. He HATES
loosing. He regards 2nd place as the first place of loosers.

Ron a bad looser? Yeah, we know, and so does he and anyone who knows the
slightest little bit about him.

AC

 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by Quentin Queerbotto » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 20:10:40


Quote:



>> This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
>> their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
>> Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

>> http://SportToday.org/

>> Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
>> of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

>> The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
>> up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
>> fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
>> Nick Heidfeld.

>> If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
>> Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

>> "This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
>> newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

>> Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
>> deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

> God, you people know *** all.

> Ron admitted years ago that he is the worst looser in the world. He HATES
> loosing. He regards 2nd place as the first place of loosers.

> Ron a bad looser? Yeah, we know, and so does he and anyone who knows the
> slightest little bit about him.

Looser? Looser than what, dear boy? Looser than when I 'coupled with your
rear docking port' like the cack-pipe cosmonaut I am?
 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by Hello Freddi » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 21:40:17


Quote:


> >This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
> >their

> "Their" (sic) what?

"there" - my typo.

Quote:
> >was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.

"and" another type.

Quote:

> If you really think (that is, if you're capable of sentient thought)
> that Anthony Hamilton has any influence of McLaren's actions then I
> should seek help.

Ron has become LH/AH poodle boy. LH can tell Ron to go F*** himself
when LH told Ron to "go twist."  If Coulthard had said that he would
have been fired. Ron won't say sh*t because he is worried he might be
labeled by AH with the dreaded R word.

The father runs to the stewards or the press if he is unhappy about
anything. AH makes Willi Webber look like an absolute beginner.

Quote:
> >Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

> Have you no shame yourself, posting such shite?

LOL!  As oppsoed to all the posts about the devious "Spainiard" here
and in the UK motoring press?

Quote:
> Roll on 15 November when the appeal will either be thrown out or
> constructors' points only will be lost. I applaud McLaren for bringing
> the appeal to demonstrate the inconsistency of the FIA's application
> of their own rules but they know they won't win and nobody really
> wants Lewis to become DWC in this way.

Really - seems like a lot of people in the UK press are hoping it
happens.

Quote:
> The 2008 season can't come soon enough. But if the sport is again
> ruined by all of this political shite, I may give up on it
> altogether...

Started by McLaren being caught with stolen Ferrari IP and Lewis/AH
actions at Hungary which were the final straw for Alonso. The UK
press, McLaren PRess Office and McLaren/LH fanboys pilloried Alonso to
distract from McLaren showing up at the copy shop with Ferrari's
intellectual property.  I am not a tifauxsi/SchuFauxsi but Ron has
sullied Bruce's good name.

I may be a accused of being a KimiFauxsi. :-)

Quote:
> David

 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by AC » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 23:41:05



Quote:





>>> This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
>>> their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
>>> Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

>>> http://SportToday.org/

>>> Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
>>> of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

>>> The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
>>> up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
>>> fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
>>> Nick Heidfeld.

>>> If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
>>> Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

>>> "This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
>>> newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

>>> Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
>>> deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

>> God, you people know *** all.

>> Ron admitted years ago that he is the worst looser in the world. He HATES
>> loosing. He regards 2nd place as the first place of loosers.

>> Ron a bad looser? Yeah, we know, and so does he and anyone who knows the
>> slightest little bit about him.

> Looser? Looser than what, dear boy? Looser than when I 'coupled with your
> rear docking port' like the cack-pipe cosmonaut I am?

Get your cheque book out and I might be able to put you in touch with
someone. ;)

AC

 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by DC » Sun, 28 Oct 2007 23:55:22



Quote:



>> >This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
>> >their

>> "Their" (sic) what?

>"there" - my typo.

>> >was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.

>"and" another type.

And there's another typo... :-P

Quote:
>> If you really think (that is, if you're capable of sentient thought)
>> that Anthony Hamilton has any influence of McLaren's actions then I
>> should seek help.

>Ron has become LH/AH poodle boy. LH can tell Ron to go F*** himself
>when LH told Ron to "go twist."  

I don't think Ron Dennis is anybody's poodle, far from it. Many things
are said in the heat of the moment, even to bosses, that are regretted
later. A mature employer doesn't fire his best employee after one
temper tantrum.

Quote:
>If Coulthard had said that he would have been fired.

How do you know that he didn't tell Ron where to go on several
occasions? We didn't have access to radio transmissions when DC drove
for McLaren.

Quote:
>Ron won't say sh*t because he is worried he might be
>labeled by AH with the dreaded R word.

That's complete twaddle. If Ron wanted Anthony Hamilton out of the
garage, he'd be gone. I'm sure he's only allowed to stay if he keeps
out of the way. One item in the press, probably based on incomplete
an/or inaccurate infomation about Anthony Hamilton making a justified
complaint regarding the outrageous behaviour of Alonso, and now he
runs the team. You really don't live in the real world do you...

Quote:
>The father runs to the stewards or the press if he is unhappy about
>anything. AH makes Willi Webber look like an absolute beginner.

Quote chapter and verse for every time he's done this. Go on. I'm
waiting.

Quote:
>> >Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

>> Have you no shame yourself, posting such shite?

>LOL!  As oppsoed to all the posts about the devious "Spainiard" here
>and in the UK motoring press?

Which UK motoring press? Cite references. And I'm not talking about
rags like the national tabloid press. You're the one who said
"motoring press". Another typo chalked up, BTW...

Quote:
>> Roll on 15 November when the appeal will either be thrown out or
>> constructors' points only will be lost. I applaud McLaren for bringing
>> the appeal to demonstrate the inconsistency of the FIA's application
>> of their own rules but they know they won't win and nobody really
>> wants Lewis to become DWC in this way.

>Really - seems like a lot of people in the UK press are hoping it
>happens.

I've not read it in my paper.

Quote:
>> The 2008 season can't come soon enough. But if the sport is again
>> ruined by all of this political shite, I may give up on it
>> altogether...

>Started by McLaren being caught with stolen Ferrari IP and Lewis/AH
>actions at Hungary which were the final straw for Alonso. The UK
>press, McLaren PRess Office and McLaren/LH fanboys pilloried Alonso to
>distract from McLaren showing up at the copy shop with Ferrari's
>intellectual property.  

You really do need to start buying a quality newspaper rather than The
Beano...

Quote:
>I am not a tifauxsi/SchuFauxsi but Ron has
>sullied Bruce's good name.

All of this bollocks has sullied F1. And the McLaren name has had
nothing to do with Bruce for decades.

Quote:
>I may be a accused of being a KimiFauxsi. :-)

You do understand that the "faux" bit is not a compliment...?

David

 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by APLe » Mon, 29 Oct 2007 00:40:25



Quote:
> This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
> their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
> Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

As opposed to ferrari wining to the Italian police to get the
Constructors title as opposed to simply going to the FIA - and then
probably being told - "tough, increase your security, that's life".

Quote:

> http://www.sportinglife.com/formula1/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=form
> ula1/07/10/26/manual_111916.html

> Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
> of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

No doubt baited and taken completely out of context to say such a thing.

Quote:
> The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
> up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
> fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
> Nick Heidfeld.

No alleged about it. Anybody *qualified* to test the fuel temperature
said it *was* in violation.

Quote:
> If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
> Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

> "This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
> newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

And how does that mean the same thing?

Quote:
> Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
> deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

When asked/told what?
 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by Lloy » Wed, 31 Oct 2007 05:03:12


Quote:
> This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
> their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
> Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

Gee, what did you expect them to say?

Quote:
> http://www.sportinglife.com/formula1/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=fo...

> Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
> of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

> The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
> up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
> fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
> Nick Heidfeld.

> If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
> Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

And taking constructors' points away from McLaren (and handing it to
Ferrari) twice didn't?

Quote:
> "This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
> newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

> Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
> deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

Tell you what:  Let Ferrari refuse the WCC and maybe McLaren would
drop their appeal.
 
 
 

Niki Lauda blasts McLaren's "appeal" "McLaren Worst Losers 2007"

Post by APLe » Thu, 01 Nov 2007 01:11:55



Quote:
> This is after Ted Kravits and Williams Sam Michael disccussed why
> their was no fuel violation.  This is all Ron adn Anthony Hamilton.
> Disgraceful.  Ron brings more shame to the McLaren name.

> http://www.sportinglife.com/formula1/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=form
> ula1/07/10/26/manual_111916.html

> Three-time world champion Niki Lauda says McLaren appealing the result
> of the Brazilian Grand Prix is "a catastrophe" for the sport.

> The Woking-based team are hopeful that Lewis Hamilton will be promoted
> up the classification to fourth place - from seventh - due to alleged
> fuel irregularities in the cars of Nico Rosberg, Robert Kubica and
> Nick Heidfeld.

> If McLaren win the appeal Hamilton will become world champion, but the
> Austrian says such a result would blight the sport.

> "This is a catastrophe at the end of a chaotic year," he told German
> newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.

> Earlier this week he told Bild-Zeitung: "If McLaren succeed, they will
> deserve only one title: Worst Losers, 2007."

Strange that his remarks here were far more neutral:

http://www.formula1.com/news/interviews/2007/10/7052.html

I guess someone got creative with their editing.