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Post  Anstor on Tue 12 Mar - 21:11

New topic:
Maybe is it time to gather all the comments off JV now he works as a commentator?

The first one???
a Webber' not enough - Villeneuve.

http://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/being-a-webber-not-enough-villeneuve/

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Post  Monte Cristo on Wed 13 Mar - 0:08

Good idea, like we started one on the french treads.

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Post  Anstor on Wed 13 Mar - 21:15

INTERVIEW WITH JACQUES VILLENEUVE, FORMULA 1 WORLD CHAMPION IN 1997. RESIDENT


"Alonso is the best, Vettel is like a baby, always crying"
The first license was ran Andorra. Now back to the beginning to live with the family and continue to enjoy their world, formula 1, to discuss two television
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Jacques Villeneuve, during the interview.
Journal reaches with his good friend and former driver Patrick Lemarié. Smear Jacques Villeneuve, Formula 1 world champion in 1997, has a character who is not considered wild and the press.

He denies it. He looks happy with the stage that started three months ago in Andorra, with his second wife, Brazilian, and three children, the youngest of two months. Wait until the start of the World, which will commentator for Canal + France and Sky Italia.

What has led to Andorra?
I know the country in the late eighties. I had friends at school in Switzerland, they were there, and the LORD be Holiday [Holiday Mary Joseph, president of the ACA] I took. In fact, the first license to run was Andorra. He was 17. Canada and Italy did not stop then, so young.

And why did you make the transition now?
always wanted to come to Andorra but when I was in Formula 1 was easier to live in Switzerland. I love the mountains, the snow and the beach, the woman he loves, is nearby. Life here is quiet and safe for your family is amazing.

But in Quebec when it was revealed in December that reside here there was controversy?
Yeah. In the summer I criticized his educational system, which I'm not convinced. Education is very important and my kids have a good school here.

He has always taken the world of motor for nothing, why should it not been dedicated pilot?
skier, maybe. Or should I studied engineering or computer programming. But I've always pulled the engine. Five years and wanted a career as a pilot.


You fulfilled the dream of every athlete, was champion of the world, remember that 1997?
was very important to me. It was the reward for a year, in two years of work. It was the end point. If you did not end with victory this year would not have another chance.

Yes, because after his career went downhill ...
Changes team ... After the title needed further motivation.

He scored that much in Jerez collision with Schumacher? People still remember it?
Yeah. For me it was good (laughs). Michael helped me to win and always say "Thank you, Michael."

Has spoken to him?
Yeah, yeah. When he returned to Mercedes changed some minds and was easier to talk to him. Was more open.

If you tell her to go back to F-1, which team would you choose? Red Bull?
Ferrari. It's an amazing team.

Although he could not win the championship?
Ferrari can win. Alonso fought to the end last year.

What rider is like you?
Jacques Villeneuve there is only one.

What is the best moment?
For me, Alonso. Discuss with Patrick [Lemarié] because he prefers Hamilton.

And Vettel, the reigning champion?
's a good driver, but not completely. If it is the first race makes mistakes. It is like a small child is always crying.


Alonso, however, is very strong mentally.
Yeah, but in the head with Hamilton at McLaren was not his forte. Alonso should have a team working for him. Schumacher alike. And this work.

What is the least favorite of Formula 1?
[Do not think] policy.

They have always said to you that he was a rebel.
Not so. Always a rebel against the established power, whatever. I've had my ideas and sometimes disagreed with power and others do not.

The F-1 was better before or now?
[Rumia] I loved the end of the nineties. But I always think that the past is better because memory remembers only the positive, not the negative.



Jacques Villeneuve, PILOT

A life dedicated to motor

Jacques Villeneuve (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada, 04/09/1971) is the son and nephew of pilots. The death of his father, Gilles, in an accident in 1982 Formula 1 was scored. He followed in the footsteps of his father and in 1997 won the World Cup with Williams. He added 11 career victories in the F-1 teams that completed BAR, Renault, Sauber and BMW Sauber. Later ran different championships. Versatile in 2007 released an album, Private Paradise, with little luck.


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Re: Jacques Villeneuve commentary television pundit

Post  Cassee on Thu 14 Mar - 1:49

I don't think that was a good translation but it was interesting. I hope we get some English articles about JV.

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Post  Anstor on Thu 14 Mar - 12:51

Yes, my apologies for the translation due to google translate. Embarassed
The article was in spanisch and that is not in my capabilety to translate it.

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Post  SpeedMetal on Thu 14 Mar - 12:58

Thanks anyway, you did the effort to bring it here! What a Face

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Post  Anstor on Thu 14 Mar - 13:12

Thanks Very Happy

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Post  Cassee on Sun 17 Mar - 16:25

http://tvmag.lefigaro.fr/programme-tv/article/people/74454/jacques-villeneuve-mon-premier-vrai-travail.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Nice article.

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http://translate.google.ca/translate?sl=fr&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Ftvmag.lefigaro.fr%2Fprogramme-tv%2Farticle%2Fpeople%2F74454%2Fjacques-villeneuve-mon-premier-vrai-travail.html%3Futm_source%3Dtwitterfeed%26utm_medium%3Dtwitter

Jacques Villeneuve: "My first real job"
The consultant becomes champion in Formula 1 on Canal +



I think its great that JV is back where he belongs. Where his friends and contacts are.
Doing the other thing he is good at. Still hope he races tho.

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Post  Cassee on Sun 17 Mar - 16:42

F1: Jacques Villeneuve shrugs shoulders at Vettel

By Auto123.com,
Sunday, March 17, 2013


Adapted from GMM

Former world champion turned commentator Jacques Villeneuve is positive that, of last year's two title contenders, Fernando Alonso is the better.

The French Canadian said he has not doubt Spaniard Alonso will be in the championship hunt this year as well.


"Ferrari will probably be better than last year, and Fernando always brings out something even more. He is definitely the best driver," he told AS newspaper.

Told that Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel is arguably the best, because he is the reigning triple world champion, French Canadian Villeneuve shrugged his shoulders as if to say 'so what?'.



"Vettel is nothing like Alonso or Hamilton. He is a product of the team, and it is the team (Red Bull) that is the best."

Asked if he thinks Alonso deserved the 2012 title, Villeneuve answered: "It's obvious isn't it?

"He has two titles but Schumacher should have ten. This is a very complicated sport and there are many factors in play."

http://www.manmademag.com/news/3bqmyv

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Post  Simon on Mon 18 Mar - 10:57

Huh? Schumacher should have ten??? affraid confused

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Post  abf1 on Tue 19 Mar - 14:23

Here is a link for a torrent for the Melbourne Race on Canal +.
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Post  Anstor on Tue 19 Mar - 17:11

Here is a link for a torrent for the Melbourne Race on Canal +.
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Post  Anstor on Thu 21 Mar - 16:08

New interview with JV and Coulthard about Vettel:

http://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/villeneuve-coulthard-say-vettel-not-great/

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Post  SamYang on Fri 22 Mar - 1:03

http://www.auto123.com/en/racing-news/jacques-villeneuve-enjoys-his-new-life-as-formula-1-expert?artid=153838

“I will not race in the Porsche Cup as the rumours said. I tried GT endurance racing last year, but there are no talks at this moment with them. For the moment, there’s nothing on my agenda. But I know I will race this season, one way or another.”

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Post  Anstor on Tue 26 Mar - 15:01

Intervista Villeneuve Italiano:

«I giovani? Sembrano bambini che vogliono giocare alla F1»
Abbiamo avuto modo di parlare con Jacques Villeneuve sulla F1 odierna, dai piloti attuali alle giovani promesse passando per i regolamenti tecnici. Non sono mancate le sorprese | P. Ciccarone, Sepang
Tutto su: Formula 1 | Personaggi | Interviste

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Jacques Villeneuve guida la 312 T4 in ricordo del padre Gilles
Non gli piacciono le gomme, non gli van bene i piloti di allevamento e non sopporta le domande dei giornalisti: «Ho parlato talmente tanto oggi che non so più che dire» quando poi fai presente che nel paddock di F.1 Jacques Villeneuve è ancora un nome e uno che vale la pena ascoltare, si addolcisce e risponde come in fiume in piena.

Dal volante al microfono in mano il passo è breve, specie se hai corso in F.1 e i canali TV hanno fame di esperti del settore. Se prende piede questa moda, fra poco per parlare di ippica assumeranno i cavalli, ma scherzi a parte quando c’è un purosangue come Jacques Villeneuve sulla piazza, meglio prenderlo a occhi chiusi. Anche perché il canadese, nelle sue esternazioni su Sky Sport F.1 ha già fatto capire come la pensa e senza peli sulla lingua:

Che mondiale è quello di quest'anno?
«Questo è un mondiale di gomma, nel senso che il pilota che sa gestirle e sa usarle al meglio, vince. Infatti non è un caso che gente come Raikkonen o Alonso, che in qualifica non sono mai stati dei fenomeni, in gara riescano a gestire al meglio le coperture, mentre tanti altri che in qualifica fanno i fenomeni, poi scompaiono dalla circolazione. Mi sembra un po’ la F1 di fine anni 90, di quando avevamo due costruttori di gomme e dovevamo scegliere quelle che andavano bene per la gara e meno per la qualifica. Oggi i piloti che lavorano all’antica con la squadra, per me sono favoriti. E’ una F.1 che mi sarebbe piaciuto correre anche se ora faccio altro».

Nostalgia o voglia di salire in macchina ti viene ogni tanto?
«Nei primi 20 secondi di telecronaca, poi mi passa e mi diverto nel fare quello che sto facendo, ho scoperto cose nuove in questo lavoro, fin tanto che mi lasciano libero di parlare e commentare quello che voglio, lo faccio, altrimenti mollo».
“Mi piacciono quelli che lavorano all’antica, come Raikkonen e Alonso, sanno gestire le gomme e sono perfetti per questa F.1”

In due gare ti sei già fatto notare nel paddock…
«Se è per questo non posso andare a pranzare in un motor home o in un paio di squadre, se la sono segnata al dito, ma va bene così».

Ti si vede spesso alla Williams…
«Si mangia bene, strano a dire il vero, ma hanno migliorato l’ospitalità, ai miei tempi era uno schifo, ma han peggiorato le macchine, non so cosa sia meglio…».

Fra i piloti di oggi chi ti impressiona?
«Mi piacciono quelli che lavorano all’antica, come Raikkonen e Alonso, non sono dei fenomeni in qualifica ma sanno gestire le gomme, perfetti per questa F.1, è gente che sa amministrare, ha una visione di gara completa».

Questo è un mondiale di gomma, nel senso che il pilota che sa gestirle e sa usarle al meglio, vince

Dei giovani che pensi?
«Penso male, sembrano tanti bambini che vogliono giocare alla F1 e la mamma gli dà i soldi per farlo, andate bimbi ma non fatevi male. Sono tutti piatti, senza personalità. Salvo Jules Bianchi, che rispetto agli altri ha di più sotto questo aspetto».

Ma c’è gente brava in giro, ragazzi che si impegnano…
«Ma lascia perdere, se penso alla Red Bull che ha una filiera di piloti e li usa come pedine da cambiare, mi vien da ridere. Non è F.1 questa, va cambiato qualcosa».

Nella tua vita privata hai però ottenuto un bel successo familiare, terzo figlio e papà a tempo pieno…
«Eh sì, è la cosa migliore che potesse capitarmi, sono felice e non pensavo che avere tanti figli fosse così bello, mi piace e mi diverto a fare il papà, a curarli, a cambiare anche i pannolini se serve».
“Le gomme di questa F1 non mi piacciono. Hanno costretto Pirelli a fare cose impensabili, non è tecnica questa, non è progresso. Son tornati ai radiali di 20 anni fa con le tele in acciaio, ma se va bene a loro…”

Visto che tuo padre era il grande Gilles e tuo zio Jacques ha corso anche lui in F.1, con i tuoi tre figli in F.1 non ce la farete mai, troppa gente e pochi posti liberi!
«Ma no, andremo tutti alla 24 Ore di Le Mans, così corriamo tutti insieme e ci divertiremo un mondo, ma ora son troppo piccoli e io devo darmi da fare».

Qualcosa che proprio non ti piace di questa F.1?
«Le gomme, hanno costretto Pirelli a fare cose impensabili solo per lo spettacolo, non è tecnica questa, non è progresso. Son tornati ai radiali di 20 anni fa con le tele in acciaio, ma se va bene a loro…».


22/03/2013
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Google translate:

Villeneuve: "Young people? They look like children who want to play F1 »
We got to talk with Jacques Villeneuve on F1 today, the current promising young riders through the technical regulations. There have been surprises | P. Ciccarone, Sepang
All about: Formula 1 | Characters | Interviews

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Jacques Villeneuve driving the 312 T4 in memory of his father Gilles
He does not like the tires, not good van drivers breeding and can not stand the questions of the journalists: "I have talked so much today that I do not know what to say" when then do that in the F1 paddock Jacques Villeneuve is still a name and one that is worth hearing, softens and responds as in flood. microphone in hand from the steering wheel to the step is short, especially if you raced in F1 and the TV channels are hungry for experts. If this trend takes hold, soon to talk about horse racing take the horses, but jokes aside when there is a thoroughbred like Jacques Villeneuve on the square, best to take it with her ​​eyes closed. Also because the Canadian, in his utterances on Sky Sports F1 has already made ​​it clear how he feels and outspoken : What world is this year? "This is a world of rubber, in the sense that the pilot knows how to handle them and know best use of it, wins. In fact, it is no coincidence that people like Raikkonen or Alonso, who have never been in qualifying phenomena in the race are able to better manage the roofs, while many others who are in qualification phenomena, then disappear from circulation. It seems a bit 'F1 at the end of the 90's, when we had two manufacturers of tires and we had to choose the ones that were good for the race and not for the qualification. Today the old drivers working with the team, for me, are favored. It 'a Formula 1 car that I would like to run even if I do another hour. " Nostalgia or want to get in the car you are sometimes? "In the first 20 seconds of commentary, then I go and I enjoy doing what I'm doing I discovered new things in this work, as long as they leave me free to talk and comment on what I want, I do it, otherwise give up. "

" I like the ones that work the old style as Raikkonen and Alonso, know how to manage the tires and are perfect for this F.1 "

In two games you've already pointed out in the paddock ...
"If that's why I can not go to lunch in a motor home or in a couple of teams, if they are marked on the finger, but that's okay. " We often see the Williams ... "The food is good, strange to tell the truth, but they have improved hospitality, in my day was a mess, but have worsened the machines, I do not know what is best ...". Among the drivers of today who impresses you? "I like the ones that work the old style as Raikkonen and Alonso, are not phenomena in qualifying, but know how to handle the tires are perfect for this F.1, is people who can administer, has a vision of full race."

This is a world of rubber, in the sense that the pilot who knows how to handle them and know best use of it, wins

Of young people think?
"I think evil, seem to many children who want to play the F1 and his mother gives him the money to do it, but do not let kids go bad. They are all flat, lacking personality. Unless Jules Bianchi, who has more than the others in this respect. " But there's good people around, guys who are committed ... "But never mind, when I think of Red Bull which has a chain of drivers and use them as pawns to change, I have to laugh. F1 is not this, something needs to be changed. " In your private life, however, have gotten quite a successful family, the third child and a full time dad ... "Oh yes, it's the best thing that could have happened, I'm happy and I did not think have many children was so nice, I like it and I enjoy doing dad, fix them, to also change diapers if needed. "

" The tires of this I do not like F1. Pirelli forced to do unthinkable things, this is not technical, it is not progress. They have turned back to the radial than 20 years ago with the paintings of steel, but if all goes well for them ... "

Since your father was the great Gilles and Jacques your uncle also raced him in F1, with your three kids in F1 will not make anything, too many people and a few free places!
"No, we're all going to 24 Hours of Le Mans, so we all run together and we'll have a world, but now they are too small and I have to give me something to do. " Something that you do not like this F.1? "tires, Pirelli forced to make unthinkable things just for show, this is not technical, it is not progress. They have turned back to the radial than 20 years ago with the paintings of steel, but if it's okay to them ... ".


22/03/2013
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Post  Anstor on Fri 29 Mar - 10:13

Villeneuve compares 'Multi-21' affair with death of father

Jacques Villeneuve compared the Sepang saga with 1982, when Didier Pironi similarly ignored a 'do not pass' agreement to beat his father, Gilles Villeneuve.

Mar.29 (GMM) 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve is not sure Sebastian Vettel's apologies should be so readily accepted.
Vettel repeatedly said sorry to Mark Webber after Sunday's Malaysian grand prix, where he passed the Australian for victory against Red Bull's orders.
And he apologised to the Milton-Keynes based team's entire staff on Thursday, team boss Christian Horner revealed.
"He recognises the team is vitally important and being part of the team is a crucial aspect to being able to challenge for the championships," said Horner.

Jacques Villeneuve,
But outspoken Villeneuve, now a television pundit, told Germany's Auto Bild: "It's easy to make excuses.
"In the end he's got the win and the points. Mark has nothing. It was a deliberate decision by Vettel."
French Canadian Villeneuve said it is obvious the 25-year-old triple world champion did the wrong thing.
"The team give you the contract and pay you money and so you do what they want you to do. It's very simple," he said.
Villeneuve compared the Sepang saga with 1982, when Didier Pironi similarly ignored a 'do not pass' agreement to beat his father, Gilles Villeneuve, to the chequered flag at Imola.
"Ignoring is just plain wrong," said Villeneuve. "The best example is my father and Didier Pironi. Just look at the problems that caused."
Indeed, Villeneuve snr was so enraged by Pironi's actions that many believe it contributed to his crash and death at Zolder shortly afterwards.
Whatever the case, the general consensus in the paddock is that the affair has terminally damaged the teammates' relationship at Red Bull.
"They will simply have to try to survive the rest of the season somehow," former driver Mika Salo told Finland's MTV3 broadcaster.
"For next season, they (Red Bull) will probably look for another driver to put in Webber's place."

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Post  Cassee on Fri 29 Mar - 14:47

Thanks for the article Anstor!

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Post  Delphine on Fri 29 Mar - 20:11

Thanks Anstor !

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Post  SpeedMetal on Sat 30 Mar - 3:05

I don't want to say against JV's opinion, but personnally, if this affair is well managed by Horner, I think it may improve the strength of the Red Bull team and the relation between Vettel and Webber.

The way to do it would be for Vettel to give Webber a win in the next races...

If Vettel does this, it can be the best publicity shot in the recent history of F1...

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Post  Cassee on Sun 31 Mar - 8:43

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Speedmetal, I don't think Vettel handing Webber a win will help at all. It's too late. the damage is done.

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Post  SpeedMetal on Sun 31 Mar - 15:05

It depends if Webber is a resentful type of person... But even then, as a member of a team, his first priority should be the team spirit...

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Post  Simon on Mon 1 Apr - 11:17

I see Webber as a bit of a vindicative person. If he gets a chance, Vettel will get it where the sun don't shine.

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Re: Jacques Villeneuve commentary television pundit

Post  SpeedMetal on Mon 1 Apr - 15:34

I have to agree with your perception of Webber...

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Re: Jacques Villeneuve commentary television pundit

Post  Anstor on Thu 4 Apr - 8:51

Villeneuve thinks Raikkonen could win title:

Jacques Villeneuve, the 1997 world champion turned TV pundit, thinks Lotus' Kimi Raikkonen would be a good bet for this year's championship.
"I said before Australia that it would be Alonso and Hamilton for the title, now I think I would bet everything on the Spaniard and the Finn," he is quoted by France's Auto Hebdo.
The Enstone based team, however, had a much less impressive weekend in Malaysia, just a few days after Raikkonen's Melbourne win.

"It's true, we didn't have a good race at Sepang," technical boss James Allison is quoted by Speed Week.
"But the damage was done in the first few laps, when we fell half a minute behind, but Romain (Grosjean) was only 35 seconds behind Vettel at the end.
"Sepang didn't show what our car can really do," he added.
However, Grosjean and Raikkonen have both spoken about how good the black E21 is, whilst expressing fears Lotus might not be able to keep up with the development pace of the better funded top teams.
Allison insists: "The most expensive thing is bringing the car to the track, not developing it.
"We've also noticed that it is relatively easy for us to find promising developments in the wind tunnel. And we have lots of ideas about how to develop mechanically."
Team boss Eric Boullier told Brazil's Totalrace: "I think Romain has all the same upgrades as Kimi for China.
"We have parts arriving for every race and will keep working hard. It will be interesting."

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Re: Jacques Villeneuve commentary television pundit

Post  Anstor on Thu 4 Apr - 8:54

2013 could be Alonso's year - Villeneuve:

Felipe Massa could be a key to a successful championship tilt by Fernando Alonso this year.
That is the view of 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve, who said in Milan this week that he thinks Spaniard Alonso was "tired" at the end of a hard-fought campaign with a less competitive Ferrari last season.
"This could be Ferrari's year," the French Canadian told the Italian media.
"The car is fast, although maybe it's a bit difficult to drive.
"Perhaps he will also have the support of Massa this year," he added.
The Maranello based team has produced a much better car for 2013, although currently the Ferraris are behind the Red Bulls and even Lotus' Kimi Raikkonen and Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton in the drivers' points standings.
Referring to Alonso's first-lap contact in Malaysia and the decision to stay out on track rather than pit for a new nose, Villeneuve said: "Ferrari has already done its big mistake for the year."

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