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 Post subject: Re: 2008 FORMULA 1™ Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix
PostPosted: 06 Apr 2008, 17:23  
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Flavio ambitious calculations of getting back in to the title hunt when he signed up Alonso back and made such a hue and cry about the coming back home.... Seems like this is what Flavio wanted.
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Ok guys, I'm not bashing Hamilton, but WTF was with all those hand gestures at Fisi and the other guys he was passing at the back? :blink: You're racing for position dear Lewie, what, do you just expect them to invite you through? :wave: Sigh...



Agree!! every racer must defend their place n wont let other ppl pass them. This is hamilton own problem cant pass other racer. That mean his skill still need to improve. Compare to Kimi at Suzuka 2005, he start with 17th place but he win the race finally. He also pass other ppl 1 by 1 include alonso n schumacher.


Btw, great jobs for ferrari n bmw. now bmw is strong enough to fight with ferrari n mclaren. it will make the race more exciting. :thumbsup:

sorry for bad english..... :blush:


This might be the biggest bullcrap i've ever seen. Congratsulations.


Nope. I assume you think it was Alonso's fault that Hamilton ran into him? That Alonso brake-tested him? No. Alonso was Full throttle. So it was HAMILTONS FAULT. Kimi's race in Japan 2005 was faultless. So Kimi's race then was much better. I admit that overtaking now is even more difficult. But your statement that the thing you quoted is bullcrap, goes much too far. Unless you mean the grammar. Congratulations to you for making a statement which makes me lol. :cheezy:

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PostPosted: 06 Apr 2008, 17:27  
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Yea, Renault hasn't made any progress at all.
And before the season had started Alonso said that he has a 33% possibility to win the championship!
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Yea, Renault hasn't made any progress at all.
And before the season had started Alonso said that he has a 33% possibility to win the championship!


...and now he has no hope !yahoo: !yahoo: !yahoo: !yahoo: .

BTW: ALONSO's points tally after first three races:

2005- 26
2006- 28
2007- 22
2008- 6

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 FORMULA 1™ Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix
PostPosted: 06 Apr 2008, 17:32  
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It was a nice race, but a little bit boring ! I hope there will be more competition between Ferrari and the others. I think the softer tyres were the best to use, which explains the superiority of Ferrari. Anyway, they were the best lol. The BMWs were very competitive too and especially at the end of the race, when they were on softer tyre. Lewis did some mistakes and was a bit angry as I've said. He reminded me Alonso last years when he was angry behind the last cars. Of course he's angry because he lets some points go away but come on, it was his fault. It was not the real Lewis. He won't do these mistakes anymore.

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So far I think that the best race of the season has been Melbourne, just not enough action in bahrain or sepang :<>: .

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Yea, Renault hasn't made any progress at all.
And before the season had started Alonso said that he has a 33% possibility to win the championship!


Yeah probably he was echoing Flavio's thoughts !! Flavio simply believed that bringing alonso back inside would improve Renault's performance. But he seems to have a mistake in that assumption !! Renault is going nowhere compared to what they were last year. Previous year they were atleast able to score one or two podium finishes, this year i doubt that because BMW & Williams & Honda are way too strong for Renault. Look at Timo Glock !! he was simple screaming behind the back of Alonso all through the race !!
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So far I think that the best race of the season has been Melbourne, just not enough action in bahrain or sepang :<>: .


bahrain was better than Sepang qua action. But Melbourne beats them. Looking at your name to me it's no suprise you liked melbourne the most. :p

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So far I think that the best race of the season has been Melbourne, just not enough action in bahrain or sepang :<>: .


yeah, melbourne was crazy :thumbsup: little grip+unknown quantities+no racing for months-TC= mayhem :thumbsup:

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So far I think that the best race of the season has been Melbourne, just not enough action in bahrain or sepang :<>: .


yeah, melbourne was crazy :thumbsup: little grip+unknown quantities+no racing for months-TC= mayhem :thumbsup:


I think melbourne fun would be back in Montreal & Monaco. Think of driving around the streets of Monaco w/o tc ... Waiting for absolute mayhem ... No wonder we might even see a repeat of 1998 belgium start at Monaco :pray:
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1996 monaco again please :P

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So far I think that the best race of the season has been Melbourne, just not enough action in bahrain or sepang :<>: .


yeah, melbourne was crazy :thumbsup: little grip+unknown quantities+no racing for months-TC= mayhem :thumbsup:


I think melbourne fun would be back in Montreal & Monaco. Think of driving around the streets of Monaco w/o tc ... Waiting for absolute mayhem ... No wonder we might even see a repeat of 1998 belgium start at Monaco :pray:



Well I'm going to the Monaco GP so that would be a dream come true for me.

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phil1993 wrote:
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So far I think that the best race of the season has been Melbourne, just not enough action in bahrain or sepang :<>: .


yeah, melbourne was crazy :thumbsup: little grip+unknown quantities+no racing for months-TC= mayhem :thumbsup:


The melbourne race gives me the greeps.. Can't ever forget Alonsos overtake on heikki &doh
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Lets hope we get some entertainment from the forthcoming GP's
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Well I'm going to the Monaco GP so that would be a dream come true for me.


i'm going to silverstone practice. too expensive for me :sad:

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