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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
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I think FACT remains Lewis Hamilton was won 2008 WDC and is youngest WDC.
Massa was exceptional and deserved the Title like Hamilton.
Today's Man of the Match goes to Massa.

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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Fergie1 wrote:
ahaha you think schumacher was entitled to do that to Hill?
ferrarism to the max

who cares about glock. oh wait ferrari bummers. s*** I forgot


Well Hill tried it 2 times before that in that season and it ALL ended the same, so i don't really care, bummers :D

And you should have wrote Massa bummers, because Ferrari won the WCC, and all the extra cash that goes with it :D
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If only Ferrari were smart enough to snatch Vettel, i'd be a happy man right now.

I was thinking that maybe they'd give him a race seat if he kept his position to the end of the race, but because of Glock it wasn't enough. :p

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If he wanted Hamilton to win WDC, why did he lose points and let Vettel through as well. Give up on the Glock theory guys, accept Lewis is the champion or we could discuss the liability of every race result this side of WW2

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YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You don't wanna know how HAPPY I am!!! Woohoow!!! Kickass!!! The only driver who deserved!!

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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And don't say Hamilton got the title from Glock cause that's the biggest nonsense of 2008!! 1. He was on dry tyres and 2. remember after Monza?? Glock said he would push off Hamilton if he got the oppurtunity! This was his oppurtunity, he wanted Massa to be the WC. So cut the crab!!!!!!! Thank you :D

PS. HE'S WORLDCHAMPION!!!! WOOHOOW!! :1st: :C: Flag:## !yahoo: :shhh:

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well i was actullly surprised how slow hamilton and mclaren were. they were slower than renault and they were saying that they coulld be in pace with the ferrari.
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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AzShadow wrote:
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If only Ferrari were smart enough to snatch Vettel, i'd be a happy man right now.

I was thinking that maybe they'd give him a race seat if he kept his position to the end of the race, but because of Glock it wasn't enough. :p


:D Yeah... but who knows, in a couple of years maybe we'll hear the German/Italian anthem once again :D
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Now is the time to decide your MOTY. Link in my Sig. Vote Now!!!!

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AzShadow wrote:
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If only Ferrari were smart enough to snatch Vettel, i'd be a happy man right now.

I was thinking that maybe they'd give him a race seat if he kept his position to the end of the race, but because of Glock it wasn't enough. :p

I m sure his days are coming soon :O he was fantastic today :)

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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1. What about the racial abuse in Spain during pre-season testing ?
2. That's because people who have that opinion, believe that Alonso had right of the way since he was 2 time WDC.
3. Everyone except Mclaren fans hating him !


I only read that in the BRITISH media. No one else reported it.
And well... i think the Spaniards had other reasons to dislike him don't you think??
And Spain isn't "everyone", so don't go arround yelling you're all racist bastards, OK?

And yes, pretty much everyone except Mclaren fans hate him. Its a good think he said hell spend his entire career in Macca :D :D

If only Ferrari were smart enough to snatch Vettel, i'd be a happy man right now.


If you read it only in British Media, then FIA wouldn't have started a campaign to avoid such incidents.

Spaniards had a reason to dislike him, fine .. np with that ... But expecting their man to get a No 1 driver status ?? I think that's not fair .. It was Alonso who quit Mclaren & who has been ranting about his old team till now.

Check your language - I didn't go around yelling anyone is a ' racist b******* '. So first read the post properly and then reply. When i don't use any bad words to describe anything, why do you want to portray that into the message ???

Things will start going in Ferrari's way only when they stop running to FIA and try to take the fight on the track !
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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Dammit... now we're gonna have to put up with all the Hamilton fanatics for another year... and the worst thing is there'll be a LOT of sudden new Hamilton fans here i'm guessing :D

Most of them won't be older that 16, which is probably the direction in which F1 is heading in the near future :D lol

A shame really.
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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If you read it only in British Media, then FIA wouldn't have started a campaign to avoid such incidents.

Spaniards had a reason to dislike him, fine .. np with that ... But expecting their man to get a No 1 driver status ?? I think that's not fair .. It was Alonso who quit Mclaren & who has been ranting about his old team till now.

Check your language - I didn't go around yelling anyone is a ' racist b******* '. So first read the post properly and then reply. When i don't use any bad words to describe anything, why do you want to portray that into the message ???

Things will start going in Ferrari's way only when they stop running to FIA and try to take the fight on the track !

Well because they HAVE to distance themselves... and anyways its only in Spain so i'll put it down to "overexcitement" and saying things in the heat of the moment.

And sorry about the comment, that was the only thing that came to my mind. And well... it didn't sound so bad to me when i wrote it :)
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