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After the 1st Practice i´ll guess that Lewis will get the driver´s title. Massa and Ferrari can win the race nothing else, but the construtors championship. But if it rains anything can happen, but i don´t think that Lewis will drive high risk.
We've seen very good performance of the Mercedes engine this year. Better than Ferrari. A new engine is not a guarantee for "not blowing up". I even think a used engine is better to use againk maybe with a little lower rev. And don't forget, Massa's engine could blow too, or Kimis, or David's, or all other guys.
Fergie1 wrote:Mitsuro Sano wrote:Wow everyone talked about the incident of last year.....
I'll talk about Hamilton too. Because of Kovalainen's engine failure in Fuji, some medias fear that Hamilton's engine will let go on the race. Judging by what Schumacher could do in 2006 and what Hamilton did in 2007, is it better to change the engine and take the 10 place penalty? Because if the engine lets go during the race, Hamilton will lose everything!
Good point, Brazil is easy (well you know what I mean) to overtake at providing you haven't lost chunks of time to start with.
Fergie1 wrote:iceman1 wrote:Run-off area this year
Does the person who gets these only get them for some race weekends? Also what tv channel is this on?
I think the French Eurosport showed this one time.
They safety cars also had a race at Indy last year, which was kinda funny. I'll try to find the footage.
joostlamers wrote:iceman1 wrote:Great onboard with DC , Helmetcam
Yeah, it's really great! Under his chin I think, isn't it?
in 2005 ,Itv did a segment where Brundle drove a Red Bull around Silverstone and tried to explain Understeer/Oversteer, they used a great helmet cam , david's cam set on the bridge of his nose maybe