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Who will win the 2008 Formula One Drivers Championship?
Lewis Hamilton 59%  59%  [ 70 ]
Felipe Massa 41%  41%  [ 48 ]
Total votes : 118
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 Post subject: Re: 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix - Title Decider
PostPosted: 01 Nov 2008, 17:24  
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phil1993 wrote:
Would anyone dare turn up in Brazil dressed in Hamilton merchandise? :p



There were... I saw one... :laugh1:
Maybe he's already dead... :p
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phil1993 wrote:
Would anyone dare turn up in Brazil dressed in Hamilton merchandise? :p

me, me, me, me, me, I did it in Monza!! :p


yeah I know, but in Brazil they have guns and lots of them.

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Maybe he's already dead...


yeah, crushed by a Ferrari flag.

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Lewis Hamilton: "Im comfortable with fuel. In front the guys have a different startgey, could be good could be bad. For sure, thats where he needs to be [massa] which is good for him and good luck to him. It would be nicer to be further up but with the strategy we have its OK.

Thank you very much Phil, for this, I was waiting for a word of my man, or one of Ron or so, now I can walk with the dog :p And it's raining cats and dogs here :<>:
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Anyone feeling a silverstone repeat? Hamitlon 4th to 1st with the help of rain. Rain tomorrow?

+1 :pray:

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Now I'm sh!tt!ng myself with excitment and nervousy.

Wow! Darts on ITV4 now, so excited. *Inserts Sarcastic face*

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joostlamers wrote:
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Lewis Hamilton: "Im comfortable with fuel. In front the guys have a different startgey, could be good could be bad. For sure, thats where he needs to be [massa] which is good for him and good luck to him. It would be nicer to be further up but with the strategy we have its OK.

Thank you very much Phil, for this, I was waiting for a word of my man, or one of Ron or so, now I can walk with the dog :p And it's raining cats and dogs here :<>:
phil1993 wrote:
Anyone feeling a silverstone repeat? Hamitlon 4th to 1st with the help of rain. Rain tomorrow?

+1 :pray:


its raining hard here all day, nearly flooding and its dark. I was in the Netherlands on Tuesday after I went to Spa. Only for a drink and to say we'd been there. The first thing i saw when i went into a dutch shop was a porno mag, so that sums up your country :p

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phil1993 wrote:
Now I'm sh!tt!ng myself with excitment and nervousy.

Wow! Darts on ITV4 now, so excited. *Inserts Sarcastic face*


just 23 1/2 short hours to go !!!!!!!!!

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Jenson Button should retire ...his days are over! :p

hardly his fault he has a c**p car and ran out of fuel.
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Hamilton has said (yesterday):"I've plenty of time yet, I'm still at the early stages of my career, Its not my last year"

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phil1993 wrote:
joostlamers wrote:
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Would anyone dare turn up in Brazil dressed in Hamilton merchandise? :p

me, me, me, me, me, I did it in Monza!! :p


yeah I know, but in Brazil they have guns and lots of them.

In last year, in Friday exactly, I tried bought one shirt of McLaren.
In Saturday, the shirt was outside.

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phil1993 wrote:
Would anyone dare turn up in Brazil dressed in Hamilton merchandise? :p



There were... I saw one... :laugh1:
Maybe he's already dead... :p




hehe, he was on sector G.. the most popular sector for Ferrari fans. If he didnt try to match the screams for Mclaren against the screams for Ferrari, he is ok. rofl!

For real guys, no one can say that this qualifying session wasnt exciting! Everyone cheering for Massa, everytime he lapped the track and even on the track on Q2, 14 drivers were on the same 0,5s!
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-Alonso also said, he will support Massa if he can.
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Just worry Alonso might drive straight into Hamilton... :pray: :laugh1:
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It amazes me that people follow a sport that is, well sporting then so unsporting wanting drivers to crash into each other.
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-Alonso also said, he will support Massa if he can.
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Just worry Alonso might drive straight into Hamilton... :pray: :laugh1:[/quote]

Alonso will not do that. He is a great sportsman. He may have tarnished his reputation in 2007, but he has brought it back in 2008 to show he is the best out there

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Trulli is walking into the Ferrari motorhome :p
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Fergie1 wrote:
Zack wrote:
Jenson Button should retire ...his days are over! :p

hardly his fault he has a c**p car and ran out of fuel.

honestly think his overall performance this year....

Rain is going clean the track now :laugh1: so if tomorrow condition are dry ...i m going to expect 2-3 tire failures :laugh1:

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It amazes me that people follow a sport that is, well sporting then so unsporting wanting drivers to crash into each other.

they are kidding :laugh1:

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