noisebox wrote:Not F1 but truly reject worthy - I'm sure Yuje Ide would've done this first if he'd thought of it!
muttley wrote:Of course it's reject worthy, it's Tarso Marques! (I forgot he even existed, so he doubles as a reject and as a forgettable driver)
Jack O Malley wrote:The girl was knocked down by the woman, not by Kimi!
Steve wrote:What looked strange to me was that they were using water to put the fire out, rather than the CO2 or foam extinguishers I'm used to seeing in F1 - a couple of guys even resorted to throwing buckets of water over the car. I know Indy uses an ethanol/gasoline mix rather than 'normal' fuel but I always thought it was dangerous to use water on oil or alcohol fires. Is this standard practice for fire safety in Indy racing?
Italian commentator on the verge of corpsing by the end. I like how he just walks out in the middle of the disaster zone like it was coreographed. I like how the woman for a split second carries on trying to get his autograph even after he's just clattered into her child. I like how Kimi looks at his friend as they walk of and does a little 'stupid bitch' shake of his head.
This is just perfect.
jackanderton wrote:I don't massively care, some of the people commenting on the youtube page are making out like he's satan destroying the good family name of Ferrari. Someone should make a compilation of the many times Schumi stormed into his motorhome after an unsuccessful races.
jackanderton wrote:He did see the woman and the autograph book, but he didn't see the little girl hiding behind it. An honest mistake, but one that Kimi's more likely to do than other drivers, simply by way of his personality.
I don't massively care, some of the people commenting on the youtube page are making out like he's satan destroying the good family name of Ferrari. Someone should make a compilation of the many times Schumi stormed into his motorhome after an unsuccessful races.
I just find the whole thing hilarious though. The coincidence of it happening slap bang in the middle of a piece-to-camera.
thehemogoblin wrote:Phoenix wrote:Showed this forum to a friend that actually cares about F1, hasn't registered so far despite saying he liked it. What have I done wrong?
Bleu wrote:Italian F1 Reject overtakes another:
thehemogoblin, on giving a reason for reporting a particular post wrote:He Zsolted!!!
Yes, THAT'S FIRE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Martin Brundle, at the 2005 San Marino GP wrote:You can sort of imagine in four or five years time talking about these guys we've got on the front two rows of the grid today, can't you? They're very much the future of Grand Prix Racing.
He may not be a Texan but he drives like one.
Henrique wrote:Gather around, F1 Rejects forum, and remember Super Aguri's greatest moment from the Japanese perspective.
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