- Feb 4, 2013
- Audi A3 1.8t
You are the one who was and is running your mouth like an idiot, I didn't need to research to remember what the examples quite clearly display. You just assumed I made it up which obviously I didn't, if you had any decency you'd have acknowledged that your tone towards Kimi was entirely negative but offered whatever reason you chose. If you object to the word hate there is a way to respond to this without being a know-it-all presumptive asshole. I couldn't be bothered looking back that far because I'm only demonstrating the tone towards Kimi. As I pointed out you barely acknowledge the solid results Kimi has achieved this year and even the results and pace he was achieving last year, it doesn't matter that he didn't compete well with Sebastian, I could go into the reasons but again you don't care.Oh well you look at that. You went back and did your research instead of running your mouth like an idiot.
You say you don't see the improvements but it's simply because you've chosen not to see them. You have your mind so set on the idea that a fresh driver would yield wins that you don't care to look.
Australia he's in 2nd when a turbo problem took him out of the race.
Bahrain he came 2nd despite a crappy start
China he had a hell of a recovery after a collision with Sebastian lost him his front wing.
Russia he was on the podium and you thought he was shit because Lewis beat him.
Monaco is probably the one example of Kimi having a crap race this year, I'll not defend him losing traction and hitting the wall but that's a retirement.
Canada he had a reasonably good race and should've finished on the podium if not for getting into the pits after the VSC ended.
Europe was potential 2nd place before he got that stupid penalty. You didn't object to that penalty as far as I recall otherwise I'd have noted it.
Austria he came 3rd, Ferrari made a poor pitstop call otherwise this could've been higher.
and in Silverstone the only thing that stopped him from being on the podium was bad luck with the strategy call, the VSC just happened to come at the right time for the leaders to pit and not lose time, Sebastian had a poor race and Kimi's was the opposite he just didn't luck into a podium like Sebastian did last year.
There was nothing slow about your frustration, there is a solid cut off point where you turn on Kimi it's more then a couple of hot headed comments it's with 1 exception every reference to Kimi I could find over a 2 year period.
If you don't like what that says then that's just tough.
Hungary is this weekend we'll see how you evaluate his performance there.