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Who will win the 2008 Formula One Drivers Championship?
Lewis Hamilton 59%  59%  [ 70 ]
Felipe Massa 41%  41%  [ 48 ]
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 19:25  
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Im not a ferrari fan, im all Alonso :P

Im sorry, but he lost 20ish seconds in the last 3 corners, and im not buying it. Say what you will.

Lets see him win again, especialy against fernando. The true champion was Felipe Massa. Hes more patriotic and has much better fans and a full country behind him, unlike lewis who has very few friends and is a completely unworth champion.

Oh, at Phil. 3 drives out the whole season. Monaco doesnt count, because he only suceeded from hitting the wall. thats a well known fact. Now, how many penalties has he had? 6. All of them deserved.

All lewis hamiltons point losses was through driving errors, and stupidity. felipes was through 94% reliability failures and team failures. He screwed up in Austalia and Sepang. Lewis screwed up in nearly every race.

He has a long way to go before he drives like a champion. That title is worthless and undeserved.

But still. lets see him do it again against fernando. He'll run home crying to daddy boy.
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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 19:26  
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Now i wait to see red 1 on Lewis' car :D

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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Glock was on slick tyres but he was pretty slow. We can't say he made a mistake or he let Hamilton through on purpose.
I'm a Hamilton fan but we all can say that he is the most lucky driver! Even he deserves the title, in Monaco, in Hungary, in Singapore he was very lucky. Here it's the same! I hope he will win another championship but this time with less luck...
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I just saw the video (cause i record every race). If nobody else puts it online, then I will.

It was DRY in the last corner. Glock did not go wide. Glock did not slide. Glock did slow down. There was no spray. No wet asphalt. if anything Glock had the traction advantage.

Worthy champion ? Hamilton. sure. Helped ? Yes. gifted the championship. For sure. All I have left to say. Go watch the last few seconds of the race again.


can you upload that moment? I was jumping and screaming for vettel so much that I didnt see them overtaking glock.
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I just saw the video (cause i record every race). If nobody else puts it online, then I will.

It was DRY in the last corner. Glock did not go wide. Glock did not slide. Glock did slow down. There was no spray. No wet asphalt. if anything Glock had the traction advantage.

Worthy champion ? Hamilton. sure. Helped ? Yes. gifted the championship. For sure. All I have left to say. Go watch the last few seconds of the race again.


All is fair and square .. He has won the championship by one point .. Inspite of slapping Mclaren & Lewis with so many penalties they went on to win .. Ferrari + FIA need to come up with something better ..
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Oh and i forgot... Hamilton deserved all the points he scored this season, and i stand by my "policy" that every champion is a worthy champion...

But in this race, he was pretty much pathetic.
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people wouldnt be crying if massa got the benefit of glock would they?

haha oh well.
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felipes was through 94% reliability failures and team failures.



You win as a team and lose as a team :O

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But in this race, he was pretty much pathetic.


Yeah, he was crappy

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well well, that was very exciting. I really didn't think old hamilton was going to win, wxciting f1 for sure.
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f1anatic wrote:
I just saw the video (cause i record every race). If nobody else puts it online, then I will.

It was DRY in the last corner. Glock did not go wide. Glock did not slide. Glock did slow down. There was no spray. No wet asphalt. if anything Glock had the traction advantage.

Worthy champion ? Hamilton. sure. Helped ? Yes. gifted the championship. For sure. All I have left to say. Go watch the last few seconds of the race again.



IF Glock slow down to let Hamilton overtake him... Why Trulli also made the same time on the last lap?...

And If we are going to talk about help, let's talk about Massa in Japan. The last time someone hit a rival to make him loose a championship was Schumacher 1997 and he lost all his points because of that... Massa did the same and he was rewarded.
Massa lost the championship on those two first races... not now.


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It was dry on the last corner and Glock just decided to give the championship to Hamilton. Very dirty championship for him and not deserved.
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