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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, 20:16  
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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...



And Trulli 1.44,7... who was behind Lewis...
But I know... for sure someone told him "make a 1,44 lap to not look suspicious about let Lewis win..."
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My 2008 Review of the F1 season will be available for download tomorrow :D

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Finally, the rain, which the Brits complain about all day - it has only just stopped raining here in Basingstoke for the first time since Friday night - has helped our man

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The hate is obvious and denial is not a river in Egypt! Great job to all the drivers and yeah being a die hard Ferrari fan I'm glad Lewis won Flag:## Flag:## Flag:##
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well well.

we did. very well deserved. anyone who moans about Massa being unlucky must not have realised that no one expected any rain in the last few laps. Glock hadn othing to do. he gambled, it looked like it was gonna work at Hamiltons expense and Massa's advantage (that's not luck!?) but right at the last corner Karma kicked in :)

Altough i cannot believe how unsporting kubica was there. Lapped but driving like a nutter. kudos to vettel for taking an advantage but meh. he's gone even worse in my book.

I'm happy to say i've been supporting this team since 2001 when they were at their worst. it was a long wait. but well worth it.

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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:20  
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Glock had dry tyres on the last lap...?
Is imposible...
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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:21  
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Its a lovely evening in Enfield;Damp but no rain and nice temperature.We've had no rain for 5-6 hours here.What a weekend of sport I've had,I'm giddy.I'm paying no attention to Top Gear at all.
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:22  
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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...


and trulli (Glock's same car) 1.44.8

the lap before last, glock did 1.28

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Mark Webber, Red Bull (9th):
“The car was pretty difficult to drive today. We had a long middle stint, but the pace wasn’t there and I struggled. We knew some of the problems we had from practice and we tried to cater for those in the race, but in the end most of them were still there. It’s disappointing to finish ninth.”

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My 2008 Review of the F1 season will be available for download tomorrow :D

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Apart from that, why would Glock have a reason to let Hamilton through. Since Monza, both of them are rivals rather than friends. I'm a Ferrari fan, and it's sad to see Massa losing it on the final lap, but the championship was lost elsewhere from the Ferrari point of view.

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Apart from that, why would Glock have a reason to let Hamilton through. Since Monza, both of them are rivals rather than friends. I'm a Ferrari fan, and it's sad to see Massa losing it on the final lap, but the championship was lost elsewhere from the Ferrari point of view.

You have the view that everyone in your position should have. :D :wave:
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phil1993 wrote:
My 2008 Review of the F1 season will be available for download tomorrow :D

thanks Phil :D
Look at my sig :) Yours is lovely 2 :thumbsup:


joostlamers... What are you wearing? I'm wearing my McLaren's victory T-Shirt.. the red one... :) :wave:
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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 20:28  
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Anyone wanna c the last lap again?

http://de.youtube.com/watch?v=erVfEs5-p-w

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