Dumb dork Damon

Dumb dork Damon

Post by Adriaan Vorste » Mon, 28 Apr 1997 04:00:00


Would you pay five million pounds for that performance?
Not even one original line during the whinge as well.
At least Damon now takes out the drivers of equal skill and no longer poses
a threat to the championship contenders.
Nice one son!

 
 
 

Dumb dork Damon

Post by Graham Shevli » Mon, 28 Apr 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>Would you pay five million pounds for that performance?

No. But I wouldn't have paid anything for Jacques' dumb move on
Scumacher in the first start at Brazil. Nor would I have paid very
much for Irvine's kamikaze start in Australia. Or Schumacher's
understeer turf-off of Barichello in Argentina. We are dealing with
humans here. Humans make mistakes. And money has nothing to do with
it.
Quote:
>Not even one original line during the whinge as well.
>At least Damon now takes out the drivers of equal skill and no longer poses
>a threat to the championship contenders.

The last sentence is horseshit. Damon collided with a driver who is
currently 1.5 - 2 seconds slower than his team-mate in both racing and
qualifying. Are you trying to equate the current World Champion with
an immature F1 rookie? If you are, that says more about your warped
reasoning than it does about skill levels.

Graham Shevlin

"Pessimist:  An optimist in full possession of the facts"
                                        Anon

 
 
 

Dumb dork Damon

Post by James Izzar » Wed, 30 Apr 1997 04:00:00

Well said Graham



Quote:

> >Would you pay five million pounds for that performance?
> No. But I wouldn't have paid anything for Jacques' dumb move on
> Scumacher in the first start at Brazil. Nor would I have paid very
> much for Irvine's kamikaze start in Australia. Or Schumacher's
> understeer turf-off of Barichello in Argentina. We are dealing with
> humans here. Humans make mistakes. And money has nothing to do with
> it.
> >Not even one original line during the whinge as well.
> >At least Damon now takes out the drivers of equal skill and no longer
poses
> >a threat to the championship contenders.
> The last sentence is horseshit. Damon collided with a driver who is
> currently 1.5 - 2 seconds slower than his team-mate in both racing and
> qualifying. Are you trying to equate the current World Champion with
> an immature F1 rookie? If you are, that says more about your warped
> reasoning than it does about skill levels.

> Graham Shevlin

> "Pessimist:  An optimist in full possession of the facts"
>                                    Anon