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#31 alberto.ascari

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Posted 15 June 2017 - 21:12

Moderno robovlasnistvo

 

 

Jebiga.

 

Ugovor potpisuju dve strane, kao dokaz svoje slobodne volje, tako kažu moji ortaci pravnici...

 

 

Šteta za Sainza, upropastiće ga.


Edited by alberto.ascari, 15 June 2017 - 21:12.

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#32 Hertzog

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Posted 15 June 2017 - 22:06

Ja apsolutno nemam nista protiv ovakvog tipa poslovanja. Kao prvo zbog tog razloga koji si ti naveo, za potpis su potrebne dve strane, a kao drugo i mnogo vaznije, u moru vozaca sto dobrih sto losih, pa jos i placenih mesta, izvoriti se da vozis za neki F1 tim je ravno cudu. Proce i taj period koliko su potpisali ugovor pa mozda bude srece kao Vettel jer i red bullu je u cilju da zaradi na njemu, a i jako je to prezime u moto alprtu da bi propalo
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#33 /13/Ален Шмит/

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Posted 16 June 2017 - 01:38

Herc,

Potpisujem. Meni se čini da Sajnc sam sebe upropaštava. Oni udesi u Bahreinu i Kanadi su tako netipični i odišu frustracijom. Bolje bi mu bilo da se smiri jer u protivnom će postati drugi Vernj. I ovako mu ništa ne fali u TR, ima bolid koji može uredno sakupljati bodove iz trke u trku a sledeće sezone bolid će sazriti s Renoovom PJ a uveliko francuzi rade na PJ 2018 specifikacije. Dakle biće ovo dve dobre sezone za TR i timu trebaju dve hladne glave. 


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#34 Rad-oh-yeah?

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Posted 13 July 2017 - 15:05

Dr Helmut Marko has categorically ruled out releasing Max Verstappen before the Dutchman's Red Bull contract runs out.

Persistent speculation suggests Ferrari may even be willing to pay millions to extract the 19-year-old from his current Red Bull deal, which runs until the end of 2019.

But Marko, the Red Bull driver manager, tells Bild newspaper: "We would not give max up for 100 million.

"We put him into formula one to see his insane potential and development. We want to be world champion with him," he insisted.

Verstappen's manager Raymond Vermeulen said: "We are, as always, committed to agreements, but this is based on reciprocity with Red Bull.

"We do not talk about contracts but Dr Marko, Max and I know what is agreed.

"Red Bull has one of the best drivers in the paddock, and you can expect us to have the best equipment to become world champion," he added.

The latest rumours come amid Verstappen's obvious frustration with his run of abysmal car reliability in 2017.

"We have told him we are doing everything we can to stop this unbelievable bad luck," said Marko.


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