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Patrik Fehér
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Old post #1 posted Oct 5th 2014, 16:11:41 Quote 
Well, I have an idea.

Everyone should use the latest Marussia-skin in Sochi, to express our support. What do you think? I will use it.

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Old post #2 posted Oct 5th 2014, 16:15:58 Quote 
The use of a livery tribute is reserved for those that have died. I dare say that I doubt that you'll find a single person on here would see it as appropriate given that we'd all hope that he recovers from this accident.
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Old post #3 posted Oct 5th 2014, 16:17:08 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 16:17:31 by Phil Maunder) Quote 
Quote ( Patrik Fehér @ October 5th 2014,16:11:41 )

Well, I have an idea.

Everyone should use the latest Marussia-skin in Sochi, to express our support. What do you think? I will use it.

#ForzaJules


If you want to do it then do it by all means. But just make sure it's because you actually want to, rather than you just want to get a trend going....

#justsaying
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Old post #4 posted Oct 5th 2014, 16:52:53 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ October 5th 2014,16:15:58 )

The use of a livery tribute is reserved for those that have died.


People can use whatever livery they like, there is no 'tribute livery' rule. So if Patrick thinks its appropriate that's up to him.
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Old post #5 posted Oct 5th 2014, 17:32:36 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 17:35:10 by Adam Jaamour) Quote 
I'll do it with you Patrik :)

I think that we should use it to show that everyone is with him and that we hope that he'll recover soon :)
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Old post #6 posted Oct 5th 2014, 17:33:34 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 17:35:07 by Alexei Malkin) Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ October 5th 2014,16:15:58 )

The use of a livery tribute is reserved for those that have died. I dare say that I doubt that you'll find a single person on here would see it as appropriate given that we'd all hope that he recovers from this accident.

He didn't tell about it. He want to tell us about support him, not more. This is not a black livery, this is colours of his car.
I already changed my livery right after the end of the race.
Or we cann't support him? Even F1 teams has #KeepFightingMichael hashtag, they can't do more.
Maybe we have diffirent cultures in our countries but personally I don't see any troubles in this livery using.
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Old post #7 posted Oct 5th 2014, 17:49:14 Quote 
Jules recovery and get well soon!

We're with you!

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Old post #8 posted Oct 5th 2014, 17:52:27 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 17:56:32 by Vincenzo Ditommaso) Quote 
We'll see... But I'll take a black livery

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Old post #9 posted Oct 5th 2014, 17:55:11 Quote 
I will take a Marussia livery for the next one.

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Old post #10 posted Oct 5th 2014, 17:57:54 Quote 
Quote ( Adam Jaamour @ October 5th 2014,17:32:36 )

I'll do it with you Patrik :)


Steady on, would probably have to buy him a drink first!
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Old post #11 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:00:03 Quote 
Quote ( Joe Manifold @ October 5th 2014,17:57:54 )

Quote ( Adam Jaamour @ October 5th 2014,17:32:36 )

I'll do it with you Patrik :)


Steady on, would probably have to buy him a drink first!


Maybe dinner and a show?
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Old post #12 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:02:51 Quote 
I'll take too. #ForzaJules
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Old post #13 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:04:09 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 18:04:27 by Phil Maunder) Quote 
Quote ( Vincenzo Ditommaso @ October 5th 2014,17:52:27 )

I'll take a black livery


Now there's optimism :|
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Old post #14 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:04:35 Quote 
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Old post #15 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:05:17 Quote 
Quote ( Paul Bright @ October 5th 2014,18:00:03 )

Maybe dinner and a show?


What sort of show?
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Old post #16 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:05:45 Quote 
#ForzaJules I'll take Marussia livery too for next race
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Old post #17 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:05:52 Quote 
I'll do it.
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Old post #18 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:06:29 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 18:07:23 by Athul Rex) Quote 
Was trying to search abt him in Google and I can't believe that "Jules Bianchi Dead"is one of the most searched terms :/ People these days jump to conclusions too quickly...
Anyway glad the operation was completed successfully and hope he makes a full recovery soon.
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Old post #19 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:09:32 Quote 
Quote ( Phil Maunder @ October 5th 2014,18:04:09 )

Quote ( Vincenzo Ditommaso @ October 5th 2014,17:52:27 )

I'll take a black livery

Now there's optimism :|


Realism not optimism. Even if he will survive there are many chances to have a new Schumacher destiny. Black is more appropriate for me. But we'll see
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Old post #20 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:11:51 (last edited Oct 5th 2014, 18:15:21 by Jay O`dowd) Quote 
People will downthumb posts in this forum for the smallest of reasons... FFS.

With that said, whilst Winkley does have a point, this seems to be more of a support thing than a tribute thing, and like Malkin said, we wouldn't be using the black livery. Also the Marussia livery is pretty awesome to be honest, so I'll join the others in using it for the Sochi race.
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Old post #21 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:13:27 Quote 
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Old post #22 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:48:06 Quote 
Will be changing mine for the next race to. Hoping to here more positive news in the next few day.
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Old post #23 posted Oct 5th 2014, 18:51:34 Quote 
Seems it was a similar accident than the one Maria de Villota had. Jules slipped under the back of the crane and his head got hit. Much security in the car but the head is always in danger.
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Old post #24 posted Oct 5th 2014, 19:06:31 Quote 
Quote ( Vince Laukó @ October 5th 2014,11:21:47 )

The next race I wear Marussia colour

Idea stealer :)

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Old post #25 posted Oct 5th 2014, 19:12:23 Quote 
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Old post #26 posted Oct 5th 2014, 19:13:56 Quote 
For Jules.
Hope to see you soon to compete, you now have the most important race to win.
Jules courage you absolutely need to get to the finish to get your life.
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Old post #27 posted Oct 5th 2014, 19:14:22 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ October 5th 2014,16:15:58 )

The use of a livery tribute is reserved for those that have died. I dare say that I doubt that you'll find a single person on here would see it as appropriate given that we'd all hope that he recovers from this accident.


Thats the black livery. Using a Marussia livery will represent hope. I have used white liveries in the past for similar incidents.
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Old post #28 posted Oct 5th 2014, 19:54:33 Quote 
In my last post, I didn't mean to make it sound as though I was jumping onto the bandwagon just because I like the Marussia livery.

It is difficult in times like these to express the right sort of emotions, especially over the internet. I don't like getting overly dramatic about things, but on the other hand I didn't want to sound like I don't care about Bianchi's condition, because I do. And now I just hope that he not only pulls through, but is also able to race again...
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Old post #29 posted Oct 5th 2014, 20:00:46 Quote 
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Old post #30 posted Oct 5th 2014, 20:12:21 Quote 
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