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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, 21:41  
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Suspicions at the Glock? This is absurd. I watching one of the broadcasts, and after the finish I saw clearly that the finish straight at last lap was quite wet. I think that Glock moving slowly, because of their tires. Tires was for dry conditions, you don't remember?


Read my prevous post again. I said I don't think Glock slowed down on purpose, but it does look suspisious. That is all. I do not believe that Glock would let Lewis through, and after what happened in italy he would have like to have kept the position.

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Now I can't wait for Hamilton WC merchandise :p

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Two things Hamilton acomplished today:
1 - He is the first winner of junior series just below F1 to win WDC.
2 - He is also the first WDC winner under the current point system who would have lose it under the older one.
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 21:49  
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Well congrates to hamilton on winning the wdc i thought it was out of reach but no he did it, congrates to ferrari for constructors title and congrates to massa for winning his home race again but a shame for missing out on wdc right at the very end, and comiserations to all ferrari fans that cannot accept defeat gracefully.
I have enjoyed f1 more and more over the last few years really thought it would be dull with the absence of MS but no. its a long time til the start of the 09 season and cant wait already.
Again feel sorry for massa i really thought it was his and i expect hope he is as competative next year with the introducions of kers he really seems like a nice guy, better luck in 09.
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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 21:54  
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Well congrates to hamilton on winning the wdc i thought it was out of reach but no he did it, congrates to ferrari for constructors title and congrates to massa for winning his home race again but a shame for missing out on wdc right at the very end, and comiserations to all ferrari fans that cannot accept defeat gracefully.
I have enjoyed f1 more and more over the last few years really thought it would be dull with the absence of MS but no. its a long time til the start of the 09 season and cant wait already.
Again feel sorry for massa i really thought it was his and i expect hope he is as competative next year with the introducions of kers he really seems like a nice guy, better luck in 09.

Finally, the first real man here to congratulate Hamilton. Thanks :D :thumbsup: . I find it very weak that only Rosberg, Nakajima and Heikki have congratulated Lewis and no one else, and everyone have had their talk to the press already. Very unsportive, very weak in my opinion.

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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 22:02  
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Suspicions at the Glock? This is absurd. I watching one of the broadcasts, and after the finish I saw clearly that the finish straight at last lap was quite wet. I think that Glock moving slowly, because of their tires. Tires was for dry conditions, you don't remember?


Read my prevous post again. I said I don't think Glock slowed down on purpose, but it does look suspisious. That is all. I do not believe that Glock would let Lewis through, and after what happened in italy he would have like to have kept the position.


The Suspicion is a suspicion, but nothing like that here. Just Glock car was difficult to drive in last lap.

Joostlamers, if i good remember, one of Toyota drivers congratulated Lewis.

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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 22:03  
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kimi and mika wrote:
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Suspicions at the Glock? This is absurd. I watching one of the broadcasts, and after the finish I saw clearly that the finish straight at last lap was quite wet. I think that Glock moving slowly, because of their tires. Tires was for dry conditions, you don't remember?


Read my prevous post again. I said I don't think Glock slowed down on purpose, but it does look suspisious. That is all. I do not believe that Glock would let Lewis through, and after what happened in italy he would have like to have kept the position.


The Suspicion is a suspicion, but nothing like that here. Just Glock car was difficult to drive in last lap.

Joostlamers, if i good remember, one of Toyota drivers congratulated Lewis.

Oh yeah that's true, that was on the telly :laugh1: It was Glock :O

PS. Are you the next one to congratulate Lewis? :roll::

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dazmoffman wrote:
Well congrates to hamilton on winning the wdc i thought it was out of reach but no he did it, congrates to ferrari for constructors title and congrates to massa for winning his home race again but a shame for missing out on wdc right at the very end, and comiserations to all ferrari fans that cannot accept defeat gracefully.
I have enjoyed f1 more and more over the last few years really thought it would be dull with the absence of MS but no. its a long time til the start of the 09 season and cant wait already.
Again feel sorry for massa i really thought it was his and i expect hope he is as competative next year with the introducions of kers he really seems like a nice guy, better luck in 09.

Finally, the first real man here to congratulate Hamilton. Thanks :D :thumbsup: . I find it very weak that only Rosberg, Nakajima and Heikki have congratulated Lewis and no one else, and everyone have had their talk to the press already. Very unsportive, very weak in my opinion.

^^^ YOU F A I L E D :laugh1:

Goto page 67,68,69 ..etc :n

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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 22:10  
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 22:12  
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So your the 2nd to congratulate him on this forum, good for you :thumbsup: but I still think it's weak of other members of this forum, last year i was the first to congratulate Kimi on his achievement. And now a lot of Ferrari 'fans' are saying: "lewis isn't a champion" "Glock gave it to Hamilton" and quotes like that... It's so weak

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joostlamers wrote:
dazmoffman wrote:
Well congrates to hamilton on winning the wdc i thought it was out of reach but no he did it, congrates to ferrari for constructors title and congrates to massa for winning his home race again but a shame for missing out on wdc right at the very end, and comiserations to all ferrari fans that cannot accept defeat gracefully.
I have enjoyed f1 more and more over the last few years really thought it would be dull with the absence of MS but no. its a long time til the start of the 09 season and cant wait already.
Again feel sorry for massa i really thought it was his and i expect hope he is as competative next year with the introducions of kers he really seems like a nice guy, better luck in 09.

Finally, the first real man here to congratulate Hamilton. Thanks :D :thumbsup: . I find it very weak that only Rosberg, Nakajima and Heikki have congratulated Lewis and no one else, and everyone have had their talk to the press already. Very unsportive, very weak in my opinion.


^^ why thank you my dear fellow, its a shame if many of the other drivers failed to congratulate lewis what a bunch of t*ssers if i remember rightly he was one of the first to congratulate kimi last year, seems like most of the drivers were dragged up by theyre parents rather than being brought up :laugh1:
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just let them be, joost....let's just P...A...R...T...Y...and celebrate

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PostPosted: 02 Nov 2008, 22:17  
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So your the 2nd to congratulate him on this forum, good for you :thumbsup: but I still think it's weak of other members of this forum, last year i was the first to congratulate Kimi on his achievement. And now a lot of Ferrari 'fans' are saying: "lewis isn't a champion" "Glock gave it to Hamilton" and quotes like that... It's so weak


I congratulated Lewis, you don't see this? :blink:

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just let them be, joost....let's just P...A...R...T...Y...and celebrate

yeah, check my location :cool: :laugh1:
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joostlamers wrote:
dazmoffman wrote:
Well congrates to hamilton on winning the wdc i thought it was out of reach but no he did it, congrates to ferrari for constructors title and congrates to massa for winning his home race again but a shame for missing out on wdc right at the very end, and comiserations to all ferrari fans that cannot accept defeat gracefully.
I have enjoyed f1 more and more over the last few years really thought it would be dull with the absence of MS but no. its a long time til the start of the 09 season and cant wait already.
Again feel sorry for massa i really thought it was his and i expect hope he is as competative next year with the introducions of kers he really seems like a nice guy, better luck in 09.

Finally, the first real man here to congratulate Hamilton. Thanks :D :thumbsup: . I find it very weak that only Rosberg, Nakajima and Heikki have congratulated Lewis and no one else, and everyone have had their talk to the press already. Very unsportive, very weak in my opinion.


Massa also did it... during the press conference...
And Lewis congratulated Massa too... :thumbsup:
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