hungary: pastor of the day?

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hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby vikki » Sun 27 Jul, 2014 6:47 pm

:stop) not pastor who typically drove quite well when things were challenging. it's usually when they aren't that he nods off....

eriiiicsson managed to bin another cateredham - lucky they are flush.

but think maybe has to be grosjean? who spun behind the safety car while trying to warm his tyres. as marty brundle said very easy to do but that doesn't make you look any less of an idiot when it happens. :lol)
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Re: hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby NewMrMe » Sun 27 Jul, 2014 8:16 pm

Did Grosjean and Pastor swap cars today?
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Re: hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby RedPoole » Sun 27 Jul, 2014 9:35 pm

The McLaren strategists. It was more of a toss a coin strategy, calling heads but the coin is tails both sides.
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Re: hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby AlesiFan » Mon 28 Jul, 2014 12:53 pm

Pastor did drive into Bianchi down at Turn 1 - but hard to be too critical of the f@ckw!t in the conditions.

I will go for Macca as well - even Team Willy didn't put their cars back out on inters. :lol)
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Re: hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby Ally McCoist » Mon 28 Jul, 2014 5:16 pm

Was going to say Ron can't blame Witless for that one - but he probably still will. :lol)

I'll go with Grosjean. Sometimes a wet race is a chance for the rubbish cars to shine but the Lotus looked just as bad in the wet as in the dry! doitury
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Re: hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby FACCOMBE HALL » Mon 28 Jul, 2014 10:24 pm

Alonso, or the t!t that made him try to get 30 laps out of a set of tyres that were only going to last for 30 miles.

Is it a first giving both awards to the same person?
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Re: hungary: pastor of the day?

Postby KG » Tue 29 Jul, 2014 8:16 pm

Lotus for re-signing Pasta for another year utter f**kwits
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