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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by iceman1 » 13 Sep 2009, 14:21

Now since Force India are scoring points, Toro Rosso is last in the championship :p

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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by Zack » 13 Sep 2009, 14:24

phil1993 wrote:Kova basically lost his seat at McLaren today

Mclaren should consider Sutil ..Best for them n Mercedes

Great performance for Liuzzi never expected him handle the race the way he did :cool:

Force India made mistake by targeting qualifying front row .. they should have opted for race pro strategy since Ferrari & Mclaren always going to have blistering starts. Only way to pass kers is strategy :cool: brilliant strategy by Brawns ...only heikki could have prevented from winning.
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by AzShadow » 13 Sep 2009, 14:26

shail69 wrote:They should radio to Ruben - "pick up rubber...and bits of MacLaren Rubens"

Maybe they don't dare to talk like that about another Mercedes team :p
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by JoostLamers » 13 Sep 2009, 14:28

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phil1993 wrote:Kova basically lost his seat at McLaren today

Mclaren should consider Sutil ..Best for them n Mercedes

Agree, but I'm saying this from the moment he was beating Albers at Spyker.. But they won't listen :p
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by Fergie1 » 13 Sep 2009, 14:29

joostlamers wrote:
Zack wrote:
phil1993 wrote:Kova basically lost his seat at McLaren today

Mclaren should consider Sutil ..Best for them n Mercedes

Agree, but I'm saying this from the moment he was beating Albers at Spyker.. But they won't listen :p

To be fair though, McLaren didn't have that many options at the time. Sutil was very lairy, Rosberg was under contract and any one else wasn't really fit for a McLaren.

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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by AzraQ » 13 Sep 2009, 14:37

'm sorry but I really don't know what hamilton was thinking, he was pushing very hard on the very last lap, too late isn't it?!, he should have insured his third place, 100% his mistake.

and a Great drive i think from kimi, he did well in keeping Sutil behind.
funny thing what happened between those Toyota's though

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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by TwistedArmco » 13 Sep 2009, 14:38

Zack wrote:Great performance for Liuzzi never expected him handle the race the way he did :cool:


Agreed. Liuzzi was ace, having not driven anything better than A1 since his last F1 race.

...only heikki could have prevented from winning.


Which he never could. :lol:
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by TwistedArmco » 13 Sep 2009, 14:40

swca92 wrote:Maclaren? They make buggies for babies/toddlers, picking up bits of them is great...


Haha, great observation man. :lol: We have indeed got a lot of comedians here today Fergie.
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by Fergie1 » 13 Sep 2009, 14:42

TwistedArmco wrote:
swca92 wrote:Maclaren? They make buggies for babies/toddlers, picking up bits of them is great...


Haha, great observation man. :lol: We have indeed got a lot of comedians here today Fergie.

Indeed. :lol:

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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by TwistedArmco » 13 Sep 2009, 14:46

DC silences Eddie over the STR-RBR data sharing issue. Well done DC, man of the day!! :p
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by shailf1 » 13 Sep 2009, 14:47

The Hamilton's crash was like Kimi's crash in Melbourne.

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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by Tom Vandenhove » 13 Sep 2009, 14:49

Congratulations to Kimi as well .... for not hitting Sutil :zz:

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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by TwistedArmco » 13 Sep 2009, 14:50

There's a conspiracy that hamilton's crash was deliberate (after all he never came off the throttle) to give me more prediction league points. I gave him a tenner for it.
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Re: Gran Premio Santander D'Italia 2009 (Monza)

Post by Zack » 13 Sep 2009, 14:52

Heikki is truly waste :lol: interestingly our Prediction League winner for this round predicted him to win and still won :rofl:

Its seems from last few races fastest car doesn't win ...not sure thought :zz:
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