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Who will win the Monaco Grand Prix
Poll ended at 24 May 2008, 14:36
Kimi Raikkonen 38%  38%  [ 41 ]
Felipe Massa 7%  7%  [ 8 ]
Lewis Hamilton 39%  39%  [ 42 ]
Heikki Kovalainen 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Robert Kubica 9%  9%  [ 10 ]
Nick Heidfeld 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Fernando Alonso 3%  3%  [ 3 ]
Other 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Total votes : 109
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PostPosted: 25 May 2008, 05:45  
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Rumour at Monaco: Liuzzi in, Sutil out


Hmm, give him time. yes i know he had last year but he is still a 'work in progress'. liuzzi has already done 2 and a half seasons. only replace sutil i fhe keeps crashing

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^^^Another rumor Ferrari has signed Alonso for 2010 rofl

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Outcomes: Raikkonen will leave the principality with the title lead if he finishes 6th or above
Massa will go to Canada with the title lead if he gains 8 more points than Raikkonen does without Hamilton winning.
Hamilton will leave Monaco with the title lead if he comes 2nd or 1st, bettering Massa's result with Raikkonen coming 6th or worse

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this was the porsche supercup race this morning

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woah!!!!

hoping for a dry gp with massa looking good though.

as a massa fan i want a dry race.

as an f1 fan i want wet.

but i want massa to win to :p

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yeah, the porsche supercup race started behind the SC, so if it stays like this, F1 will follow. seems like a repeat of fuji with barriers- could be a 2hr race instead of 78 laps

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So is it going to be a wet race or what? Hopefully not another ridiculous Fuji style start which had the SC running until it ran out of fuel. Just start the race straight away. There will be some nasty crashes but it's a lot better than watching 2 hours of car train driving behind SC.

As for strategies, Massa is thought to be heavier than Kimi. He just did a fantastic lap so kudos to him. I don't think McLaren is that much heavier really. They're just as surprised as we are that Ferrari managed to lock out the front row against all odds.

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i really dont know, forecasts say that it will remain damp, with further rain expected to fall in the race. part of the fun though, is not knowing what the weather will be like- it could be dry and sunny by lunchtime!

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But rain in the morning will wash away the rubber. That's no good for traction and grip.

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i can't see Massa winning this, i just can't...

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ive got to go to a lunch at the pub today wit my auntie and uncle-luckilly they siad we can watch the first 5 mins of the race and then go-the table is booked for 1 and the race(should!) starts at 1
if its gonna rain-good luck kubica

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So is it going to be a wet race or what? Hopefully not another ridiculous Fuji style start which had the SC running until it ran out of fuel. Just start the race straight away. There will be some nasty crashes but it's a lot better than watching 2 hours of car train driving behind SC.

Of course it's a lot better but I don't think it's better for the drivers if the rain is like Fuji.... But the rain will not be like Fuji.... I'm pretty sure there will be no rain at all! Because most of the rain cames yesterday evening and this morning.


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enjoy ur lunch! im going out for an hour or so, be back for the race

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i can't see Massa winning this, i just can't...

Me neither ''hmm''
Raikkonen? Hamilton? Rosberg?

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