A few things i noticed.. Skaife still does not know how to answer a question put to him and both he and Murph still thinkk that the AU was equal in the parity debate. If anyone talks about anything that Skaife is opposed to, he just howls them down with paltry attempts at humour and sarcasm. Unfortunately, it seems that Murph is beginning to act the same way and that is disappointing.
The worst thing is they know how they've got to the top and are completely smug about it. They almost slap the other drivers and teams and the spectator and TV Viewer in the face with it knowing full well that the powers that be have no intention of doing anything about it as we have seen so far...
I watched the first half hour and switched off. Basically everyone was trying to be a comedian and take cheap shots at each other. Didn't hear too many straight answers that's for sure. If the drivers would just answer the questions and not constantly try to bait each other it'd be a lot better. Lowndesy and Jason Richards were OK but the rest were a pain in the arse, Skaife being the worst offender trying to dominate every discussion. He is a dead set wanker and always has been. Looking forward to seeing him DNF both races this weekend (as I do every race weekend).
Just on the subject of Wanker and Murf (Wankers apprentice) insisting there was nothing wrong with the AU, some input from Bargs would have been interesting. He's the only guy who has driven any meaningful distance in an AU after driving a Holden last year.
Kick arse, Ford.........
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Funny thing is I didn't mind Murphy... until I witnessed his antics last night on V8 Superstars. He is in grave danger of becoming an even bigger wanker than Skaife. Wanker's apprentice??? Got that right. Must be something in the coffee at the former TWR.
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