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Who will win the 2008 Japanese Grand Prix
Poll ended at 12 Oct 2008, 17:06
Lewis Hamilton 22%  22%  [ 18 ]
Felipe Massa 37%  37%  [ 31 ]
Robert Kubica 7%  7%  [ 6 ]
Kimi Räikkönen 16%  16%  [ 13 ]
Nick Heidfeld 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Heikki Kovalainen 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Fernando Alonso 13%  13%  [ 11 ]
Sebastian Vettel 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Jarno Trulli 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Timo Glock 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Nico Rosberg 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Nelsinho Piquet 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Kazuki Nakajima 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Total votes : 83
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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2008, 12:17  
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And what is Raikkonen crying, look back the video, they DIDN'T hit him!!! Cry baby, you LOST the championship, by crashing and crashing and drinking

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Everyone has their own opinion and I respect your but I may as well say that it was lewis who wanted to to tangle with massa. He had a flat spotted tyres and he would have to pit in that lap so he thought why not he do something to massa and force him to pit as well. Sounds possible isnt it and real as well. ( I dont mean that is what had happened, but it is a possibility)

You can translate an accident into different meanings and everyone of those seem to be right.


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the Massa here sounds not like the normal Massa - he seems, angry and arrogant
Deliberately taking out someone is huge accusation ... I remember how Massa reacted to Alonso in 2007 Germany *scary* :@:2

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Massa did it on purpose!!! He saw it was Hamilton and Hamilton was sooooo much faster than that STUPID Brazilian. He knew he can't do anything wrong at the FIA, he would have been delighted with the DTP, cause he just DESTROYED Lewis' race, that's a BLACK FLAG, he is a scandal for F1. Why do we have to drive the last 2 races, Hamilton is not allowed to win the title, that stupid Brazilian HAS to win the Championship. No one else. Point.

errr i didn't count ... but is already said multiple times by you.Your post only contains either bashing or favoritism towards Lewis.I m not going respond or react to your comments. :)

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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2008, 12:24  
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And what is Raikkonen crying, look back the video, they DIDN'T hit him!!! Cry baby, you LOST the championship, by crashing and crashing and drinking


Joostlamers i see that your very angry on Massa but u should respect the drivers,people here on forum and every one.u just can't call Massa Stupid Brazilian or whatever it comes in ur mind.it ok u say thing to driver like u said to kimmi above but using some bad word is very very bad.No Ferrari called stupid or abused Hamilton when he hit back of kimmi in Canada.

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Everyone has their own opinion and I respect your but I may as well say that it was lewis who wanted to to tangle with massa. He had a flat spotted tyres and he would have to pit in that lap so he thought why not he do something to massa and force him to pit as well. Sounds possible isnt it and real as well.

You can translate an accident into different meanings and everyone of those seem to be right.

Hamilton was already passed that stupid Brazilian, but he did a kamikaze, he should get 0 points in the championhip. And then that fat guy from FIArrari celebrating is just the worst thing in sports, you have to be fair, but they are so unfair, unbelieveble!

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I did respect Ferrari and that Brazilian, but I just don't have any respect for the, it's hate now!!

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And I'm not going to take you serious anymore, how can you think there's no purpose, haha

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Bourdais: "The incident with Massa? I was coming out of the pits, he turned in, I was on the kerb and there was nowhere else I could go and I was racing him for position."

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I did respect Ferrari and that Brazilian, but I just don't have any respect for the, it's hate now!!

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And I'm not going to take you serious anymore, how can you think there's no purpose, haha

:<>: u can't blame whole Ferrari just for one fat man in the team and why calling Massa as Stupid Brazilian,I don't understand that what is the problem with Brazil???? why the nation or the word Brazil is coming in there????

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Lol, i remember the time when McLaren mechanics were jumping in their garage when Schumi got a puncture in Suzuka 1998. Everybody celebrate if it is good for their team. :wave:

And you are acting like a 10 year old with all the insulting.


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What a race! Probably one of the best dry races in recent history, and apart from a few laps in the middle, there was always a lot of action.

Hamilton and Massa both screwed it up today and lost vital points. Now Kubica took the advantage, and who knows, if the final two races will be as choatic, he has even chances of winning it. Of course BMW isn't as quick as the top teams, but Robert surely was the most consistent driver this year with the least errors.

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Im sure Joost has nothing against Brazil, hes just angry at he race.

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Im sure Joost has nothing against Brazil, hes just angry at he race.

Nothing against the country, I love Senna, love Ronaldinho, and the whole squad. But I really hate that guy with startnumber 2.

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Lol, i remember the time when McLaren mechanics were jumping in their garage when Schumi got a puncture in Suzuka 1998. Everybody celebrate if it is good for their team. :wave:
lol you don't need to go back tha much!
"McLaren mechanics laughed and cheered at Ferrari in Singapore when men were down and hurt.
What comes around, goes around..."

Its Logical that Emotional Gino(Fat Guy) to celebrate after his men moving ahead and main opponent slipping behind.Although its not nice but it is like that...

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you wouldn't have said that last year :p

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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2008, 12:56  
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Nerazzurro27 wrote:
Lol, i remember the time when McLaren mechanics were jumping in their garage when Schumi got a puncture in Suzuka 1998. Everybody celebrate if it is good for their team. :wave:
lol you don't need to go back tha much!
"McLaren mechanics laughed and cheered at Ferrari in Singapore when men were down and hurt.
What comes around, goes around..."

Its Logical that Emotional Gino(Fat Guy) to celebrate after his men moving ahead and main opponent slipping behind.Although its not nice but it is like that...

totally agree with u man .. and plz stop insulting Massa and call him a stupid everytime .. he's pro driver at last and every race has it own condition plus we weren't in everyone cockpit and don't know how each driver reacts .. although i don't support hamilton but i respect him for his driving skills .. finally the man who collects a lot of points with no mistake luck will win the championchip .. whether it's massa, hamilton or Kubica .. let's move on to the next GP

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