Posted 3 days ago

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Posted 3 days ago

I personally don’t agree with the use of the ‘Fans should be allowed to voice their own opinion as long as they’re not being offensive’ argument to defend those who bood Nico Rosberg today. Nobody should EVER be excused for booing with this argument because NO ONE should be booing in the first place. You don’t boo. Not a driver. Not an ex-driver. Not a reporter. No one. What makes it worse is that going off what happened when everyone was booing Vettel after his wins, some fans seem to take this horrible thing and make a joke out of it. Now the whole Vettel booing thing obviously stemmed from the Webber Multi 21 incident that happened in Malaysia. Fans started booing him after the race when they were on the podium, and then fans continued to boo him at every race after. They’re finding entertainment in something that is damaging and destructive. Booing IS bullying. It is. And when these fans are doing this, they are engaging in a victimising attack against one person. That is bullying, but it is somehow being excused through the stupid argument of ‘people are allowed to have an opinion’. Yes you are. Everyone has the basic right of freedom of speech, but they should not be taking this right and twisting it into something that it’s not. You are not allowed to personally victimise someone. You are not allowed to bully someone. You are not allowed to hurl insults and hurtful cheers towards another person, regardless of who they are. In any other situation in society, this would not be acceptable. So why is it that at Grand Prix’s, this is suddenly becoming an acceptable thing. Why are people so happy to engage in such a hateful and damaging act as booing. Why have we gotten to a stage where booing is becoming a norm. Just another thing that happens in this sport. And why are people trying to find reasons to defend it?! Regardless of what takes place in the race, there is NO need for booing under any circumstance, and this message needs to be spread because it is giving fans a bad reputation and is just setting the sport in a bad light. F1 is groundbreaking in every respect, let’s not destroy the reputation of the sport over something as stupid as booing.

Posted 3 days ago

namidanoniji:

In times like this…. This is when Seb needs our support the most. He’s doing his best for not only himself but for the fans!

We believe in you Seb! 4 world championships don’t come through luck alone, you are so talented and level headed, you deserve better than this!

Posted 3 days ago

If your a sebastian Vettel fan reblog this

krobson:

All us seb fans just need to stick by him throughout this season. We all believe in him and know he’s still got it in him! C’mon Vettel do it for us…

Posted 3 days ago
  1. parents: You have to make sure you're being a good student and doing well in school-
  2. me: Yes, yes I'm doing it all the time you don't have to remind me every second.
Posted 3 days ago

Raikkonen: Incident-free race was all I needed

scott70f1:

Kimi Raikkonen believes having a clean race for the first time in 2014 was fundamental to his season-best finish of fourth at Spa-Francorchamps. The Finn briefly led during the first round of pit stops and was in podium contention throughout, eventually securing his best result of the year - and beating team mate Fernando Alonso for the first time
via Formula1.com - Latest News

Posted 3 days ago

finally an incident-free race for kimi

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"…but we are here to win and we will continue to work to reach the top."  -kimi.

Posted 3 days ago
Posted 4 days ago
nbacooldudes:

Kyrie Irving — 2013 Rising Stars Challenge

nbacooldudes:

Kyrie Irving — 2013 Rising Stars Challenge

Posted 4 days ago

monocoquemadam:

lyra-rose:

Prepare for a storm….
If this is true….
Wow

Who is Will to be giving Nico ‘the benefit of doubt’?

Aren’t journalists supposed to remain impartial, and just report the facts so the public can make up their minds?