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An angry Scotsman? now I’ve seen everything.

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Read a good one about how there’s a really good and linear correlation between national average temperature, and violent uprisings, which Scotland is a massive outlier on.

As someone said, Scotland’s gaining a reputation as quite leftward and progressive, undoing centuries of hard-fought image as full-throttle mental bastards.

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Can we get a Sky pad analysis on this incident please?

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Di Resta: Mah radio disnae wark!

Race engineer: Okay mate!

Mechanic: What did he say?

Race engineer: Something about going to Disney!

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So the driver has a pit confirm button to reply with, but there wasnt a way for the team to reply?

Pit Confirm: The driver presses this button to acknowledge that he has heard the engineer’s call or pit board signal to pit on his current lap. This is useful at circuits where the radio coverage is not so good.

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Apologies for the language it seems like his radio didn’t wo-

MY FUCKING RADIO DOESN’T WORK

… apologies again….

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That is the angriest that I’ve heard Paul Di Resta in a long time.

Same here, commentator. Same here.

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RIP sensitive British ears

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It’s funny how they have to apologize for each “fuck” lol

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I’m writing to my MP right now!

Poor guy was apologising profusely and he said it again. Commentator must be sweating for his career!

Saw some South African bloke being interviewed on Sky News earlier in the week say… and that shit. It was so subtle I didn’t even pick it up. Sky presenter was scrambling to apologise and told the bloke to mind his language. I had to go rewind to listen to the profanity. Big mistake. Not sure I’ll ever be the same again.

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I see this comment every time its not for you its for the people who dont want thier kids hearing swearing and then repeating it

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AGAIN APOLOGIES.

Dutch people: who give a fuck about that kind of language on TV.

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Poor fellow. Yesterday’s penalty and now this. He’s had a very unlucky weekend.

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isn’t his temper what got him out of F1?

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How can you blame him for this though? Even if it was his temper that got him out of F1, is this situation really comparable?

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i’m not a happy man everytime he’s on sky.

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Same here, even he’s talking to the drivers at the end of the race, or qualifications. He’s not my kind of favourite guy either. Let Jenson Button, or Martin Brundle do the talk.

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This radio message should be overlaid on Ricciardo’s infamous Monaco pit stop.

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I don’t think it’s likely that Paul Di Resta has ever been happy at any point in his life. Nor will he ever be.

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To me, it feels like a karma on all those interview talks at races and qualifications.

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And yesterday he got a penalty for a jump start (he went from P5 to P1 at the start).

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Daniel Ricciardo

Original Poster6 points · 1 hour ago

Even though he didn’t even jump lol (Did anything even come out from that as to why he was given a penalty?)

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