A Conversation for James Hunt - Racing Driver

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Reefgirl (Back and Bug Free)

A nice article, smiley - ok Well done


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compo

Nice article about a great,but temperamental driver.Just wish there were a few more drivers like him on the Grand Prix circuit today.


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Reefgirl (Back and Bug Free)

Ahhh the great Aryton Senna springs to mind, he decked Eddie Irvine for cutting him up at a corner, I guess the only one of the Modern breed that comes slightly close is JP Montoya


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compo

Would agree to a certain degree,Reefgirl,but I think Jacques Villeneuve would give Montoya a run for his money in the fisticuffs stakes.


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Reefgirl (Back and Bug Free)

I Know Villeneuve is a pillock on the track but I didn't think he was into physical violence, he plays head games with his team mates


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compo

Mind games are just as effective as fisticuffs,Reefgirl.Would agree that Villeneuve is something of a pillock,though.Thinks he's the great "I am" just because his late father,Giles,was a damn fine racer.

As an aside to the topic,are you a Rolling Stones fan seeing as you've included lyrics from Sympathy For The Devil in your name?


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Reefgirl (Back and Bug Free)

Yes I am A Stones fan. I think you're right about Villeneuve, Gilles was one of the great "Never to be world champion" racers and Jacques had to go one better


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compo

Have you noticed that Villeneuve hasn't done much except go backwards,metaphorically speaking,since winning his championship.


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Reefgirl (Back and Bug Free)

I had heard that too, I'm sure he made noises about returning to Indy Car but I don't think they wanted him back either


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