Juri Vips pulled a Larson and got cut from the RB Academy:
Less competition for Lawson, Daruvala, Iwasa, and Hauger.I just saw the clips…he managed to get a two-fer with the gay pink hat thrown in too.
Liam knew the man’s RB career was over immediately. Ah well, there’s always FE and IndyCar and sports cars. I don’t think he was making it to F1 anyways.
Dumb way to get canned for sure, but I think there’s still a place for him somewhere. Kyle Larson showed there’s a way back, and it’s something to learn from rather than let it halt a whole career. It’s probably not even something that he’d be as conscious about, growing up in Estonia. So long as he makes amends he’s talented enough to keep racing.I saw it and it was just a bunch of clowning around and acting stupid.
Still, unless Red Bull wants to get cancelled, they had to condemn it.
Offensive, maybe, but I have a Navaho friend who calls me Kemosabe. Then again, I have a sense of humor and know he doesn't mean anything by it.
I truly get it when bad language is used to really humiliate someone and that's dead wrong. But slipping up clowning around and getting caught by the cancel psychos is a stupid way to ruin a career.
I could be misremembering, but I thought the reports I'd seen for annual IndyCar rights are in the $40-50 million range? My guess is that 80-90% of whatever it is effectively being paid for rights to the 500.That’s more than I thought they’d get, but I’m glad they didn’t let Comcast get it back. Kinda embarrassing IndyCar has the 500 and gets maybe a quarter of what F1 gets for American rights now.
I didn’t think they were going to get more money from the new deal, they got around $20M from the previous one, but I don’t remember seeing a dollar value from the new one. I could be wrong. I agree most of it is for the 500, I don’t think that’ll ever change. It’s a tough business model. Most of the summer races are going up against NASCAR anyways because of NBC’s edict that every auto race start between 3-5 PM Eastern.I could be misremembering, but I thought the reports I'd seen for annual IndyCar rights are in the $40-50 million range? My guess is that 80-90% of whatever it is effectively being paid for rights to the 500.
What action can the FIA take against a private citizen?
They can deny him paddock access, but not much more. I don't think he cares if the suspend his super license. Throw this in there with crashgate, and the Piquets have left an indelible stain on F1.What action can the FIA take against a private citizen?
Which is not to say Piquet isn’t a horrible puke. He is.
He as much as called Senna gay, back when gay was considered an insult. Said Nigel Mansell's wife was ugly. Hard to believe Mansel could restrain himself after that. Lots of other crap that sort of rolled off at the time too.Called Senna names after he died, talked **** about Prost.
As much trash as Horner, Marko and Jos make, Nelson would fit fight in.Time to revoke paddock access from these bozos, and Marko oughta stfu too. There’s only one team that constantly gets embarrassed by family members like this and RB need to take paddock access away if the series won’t. Control who’s in your own work space. Idc where it was said, but you need to dissociate from these guys and keep them out of the public eye.