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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 12 Sep 2009, 15:52  
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yay, FBMW time now ... oh wait, it's 6 o' clock already here in Belgium :( Dinner time
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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
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Tom Vandenhove wrote:
yay, FBMW time now ... oh wait, it's 6 o' clock already here in Belgium :( Dinner time

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nomnomnom reminded me of a funny story. This week playing football at school, my friend ran at the ball as it was bouncing, volleyed it against a tree shouting OMNOMNOM. I rofled.

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 12 Sep 2009, 15:57  
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joostlamers wrote:
Tom Vandenhove wrote:
yay, FBMW time now ... oh wait, it's 6 o' clock already here in Belgium :( Dinner time

+1, nomnomnom

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 12 Sep 2009, 15:59  
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BMW stream? What time does it start?

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 12 Sep 2009, 16:03  
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phil1993 wrote:
BMW stream? What time does it start?

Now I think :( I created a thread about it, so you can discuss it here :O
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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 13 Sep 2009, 07:33  
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Start in 1hr

The man tipped to ba FI driver soon is 18th in the championship... whilst the man set to replace Trulli is 16th...

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 13 Sep 2009, 07:41  
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GP2 Standings

1. Hulkenberg 86
2. Petrov 66

Hulkenberg will clinch the title should he lead by 21pts after the next race (09:30) - he's beating so many GP2 old guys :lol:
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3. di Grassi 52
4. Grosjean 45
5. Maldonado 36
6. van der Garde 32
7. Parente 27
8. d'Ambrosio 26
9. Filippi 24
10. Perez 22
11. Villa 22
12. Rodriguez 21
13. Zuber 20
14. Mortara 19
15. Valerio 16
16. Kobayashi 10
17. Valsecchi 10
18. Chandhok 10
19. Nunes 6
20. Rigon 3
21. Razia 1

22. Clos 0
23. Herck 0
24 Panciatici 0
25 Coletti 0
26 Teixiera 0
27 Ricci 0
28 Perera 0
29 Gonzalez 0
30 Cecotto Jr 0

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 13 Sep 2009, 08:33  
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Stream! http://www.p2pstation.net/

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 13 Sep 2009, 09:09  
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Luiz Razia claims his first GP2 win but

Nico Hulkenberg - 2009 GP2 Champion

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 13 Sep 2009, 13:42  
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congratz to Nico ... He deserves it :thumbsup: See you @ Williams
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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
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And well done Luiz. I always thought he wasn't such a bad racer. Not F1 material though, but who is??


Answer: Nico!!!

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
PostPosted: 14 Sep 2009, 15:42  
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Nicolas "Nico" Hülkenberg, the name of this years GP2 Series Champion. He deserves it. He dominated the whole season, and beats his opponents with 22 points difference on Vitaly Petrov (who finishes 2nd in the world championship)

Nico Hülkenberg, Remember that name. Because at the moment, he is one of the biggest candidate to enter the Williams F1 Team in the one of the oncoming years. Especially when current Williams driver Nico Rosberg will make a move to the McLaren team ... Like the big autosport sites announced earlier.

Nico made his debut in karting in 1997, at the age of 10. In 2002 he became German Junior Karting Champion and the following year he won the German Kart Championship. 2005 saw his debut in German Formula BMW. His first season was a very successful one, with Hülkenberg dominating the championship and winning the title comfortably. He finished first in the Formula BMW world final but was stripped of the win after it was claimed he had brake-tested his rivals during a safety car period. He moved up to Formula 3 in 2006, winning one round in the German championship. He also joined the German A1 Grand Prix team for the 2006-07 season. Nine wins in his rookie season made him the most successful driver in A1GP history. It meant he almost single-handedly won Germany the championship with 128 points, 35 more than Team New Zealand. For 2007 he switched to the Formula Three Euroseries with the ASM team that had taken Lewis Hamilton and Paul di Resta to the last two championships. His first win came at the Norisring from 18th on the grid, he won again in the rain at Zandvoort and added a third at the Nürburgring. But he ran into trouble at Magny-Cours, being penalised in qualifying for passing the chequered flag twice, and crashing into Filip Salaquarda in the race. So Nico has been talented from the beginning on, but really started to be famous when he was announced by the Williams F1 team as their test driver for the 2008 F1 Season.

And now, in 2009. After a brilliant year with ART Grand Prix in GP2, Nico is the new champion. Congratulations :thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
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He's so like Rosberg, but I think he's better than him... not as good as Hamilton was in his GP2 title winning year, but if drivers like Nakajima or di Grassi get F1 drives next year and Nico doesnt then I will go mad. He's beaten all the seasoned pros (especially Petrov, who in the better car still sucks). He's whooped Maldonado and di Grassi as well. Absolutely stunning to win the series with 1 round left... Just a shame I had to watch the year on streams... I want a season review of GP2 on DVD!!!

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 Post subject: Re: GP2 Series 2009
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phil1993 wrote:
Just a shame I had to watch the year on streams... I want a season review of GP2 on DVD!!!

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