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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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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:10  
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Wow, Top Gear looks good. Any1 else watching? sorry for being off topic but I'm sick of Glock-gate after 1 hour

Yeah, people who say that, with all respect(!!), haven't got a good memory. What happened at Monza?? Hamilton/Glock battle, after that Glock said, he would try to push off Hamilton, when he has got the oppurtunity. They can't handle HAMILTON is the CHAMP!!!

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
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Oh well, now that the dust has settled a bit, congrats to Hamilton and his fans! :D

I thought it would be a boring race but the rain at the end made it one of the most exciting races ever. I don't know if the championship has ever been concluded with a overtake at the last corner of the season.

Since Schumi left, we've now had 2 seasons where the championship has been decided at the last race by one point. This is exactly what F1 needs and I really hope we'll have more seasons like this in the future. I'm pretty sure that last lap will be one of the most memorable ones ever.

Anyway, driver of the day is definitely Vettel. :thumbsup: That guy is just spectacular in wet conditions and really spiced things up at the end. Let's hope that Glock can get safely out of Brazil for his sake. :p

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:11  
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PLEASE ALL HAMILTON FANS AND FERRARI FANS ( and the others ). It's the end of F1 racing for Coulthard!! :sad:

What goes around comes around :p .. of course this is MS supporter :laugh1:


Started out with Williams, taken out by Williams, fitting.

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I understand It was a very dramatic race... and most of us are still to excited about those last laps...


I feel like I'm dead. My heart rate has gone down to a miniscule level and my chest and head feel leaden. This is the downside of sport..

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PLEASE ALL HAMILTON FANS AND FERRARI FANS ( and the others ). It's the end of F1 racing for Coulthard!! :sad:


Sad to see DC go out in the first lap. All the new livery and chances to see him in solid points finish vanished when the Williams duo decided to give DC an on-track FAREWELL PARTY !!


Solid points finish? Solid thwack to the wall more like. Face it, DC was never going to do anything. "Williams Duo"?? What as if Nakajima was at fault for that? He wasn't at all at fault.


+1

I accept that DC was more in line for a solid whack .. Nakajima - fautless. Nico tapped DC and Nakajima was at the wrong place & collected DC.
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Mitsuro Sano wrote:
PLEASE ALL HAMILTON FANS AND FERRARI FANS ( and the others ). It's the end of F1 racing for Coulthard!! :sad:


I repeat what I said some races ago.. DC's car has a magnet... if he doesn't crash someone, someone crashes him.... :laugh1: Flag:##

It couldn't be worse than that... bye bye after the first corner...
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Trulli had dry tyres and did the same lap time as Glock.Kubica was a lap down,he may have finished when the conditions still ween't bad.
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:12  
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Last lap:
Kubica: 1.26,7
Glock: 1.44,7

And both of them had dry tyres on the last lap...

Kubica pitted on Lap 66 to take Inters!

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:13  
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My God! That was incredible! Massa, thank you for being a solid rivalm Lewis, thank you for this victory! :1st:
You can loose championship by an occasion (what Hamilton nearly managed to do today), but you'll never win it by an occasion.
God, I'm so happy! All the McLaren fans here! Cheers, guys! We definetely have somthing to celebrate! Eeehooo!
Flag:## :hug: :)


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Last lap:
Kubica: 1.26,7
Glock: 1.44,7

And both of them had dry tyres on the last lap...


100 %Tommi

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PLEASE ALL HAMILTON FANS AND FERRARI FANS ( and the others ). It's the end of F1 racing for Coulthard!! :sad:


I know! :sad:
I felt really bad for him when he went out in the first corner :(
Poor guy.

Gonna be a dad soon so good luck to him and family :)

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Mitsuro Sano wrote:
PLEASE ALL HAMILTON FANS AND FERRARI FANS ( and the others ). It's the end of F1 racing for Coulthard!! :sad:


I repeat what I said some races ago.. DC's car has a magnet... if he doesn't crash someone, someone crashes him.... :laugh1: Flag:##

It couldn't be worse than that... bye bye after the first corner...


DC started this year Aussie GP with a bang !! He had Massa giving him a hard run & then car went into pieces .. From them DC - Mission DNF :n
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Tommi wrote:
Last lap:
Kubica: 1.26,7
Glock: 1.44,7

And both of them had dry tyres on the last lap...

Kubica pitted on Lap 66 to take Inters!

Yeah true, somebody just said that and I believed him.

Still, very weird last corner from Glock and he just let Hamilton pass. Hamilton lost the championship with losing fifth to Vettel but then... :tired:
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If Hamilton = 6th, both on 97pts, Massa wins on countback of wins. Massa given Hamiltons Spa victory, so it all works out in the end. :D

Hats off to Massa though, he was let down by Ferrari, but you win and lose as a team and McLaren have done a lot of losing recently - 2001,2002,2004,2006- so good for them.

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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.


We have put up FA fanatics, Ferrari fanatics, Anti-Mclaren fanatics for 9 years ... So time to re-think your strategy !! :shhh:


and simply ignore Lewis fanatics & Mclaren fanaticism :laugh1:

btw racialism point was out of point :p

@Lightning983 : don't be so much judgmental and avoid personal remarks!

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