Rally of Turkey 2010

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by miezicat » 20 Apr 2010, 18:49

sleenster wrote: Or are the driver points not equal to the manufacturer points?

yes. for the manufacturer points are different. those who aren't in the manufacturer championship like Solberg are taken out . so Ogier gets 15 point and Kimi 12 which makes 27. :O

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by Moominpappa » 20 Apr 2010, 19:07

Sohlberg didn't get manufacturer points, so his situation is ignored. This is my guess.

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by Kinga » 20 Apr 2010, 19:49

Linda-Anne wrote:Loved the video Kinga :wave:


KIMBO1 wrote:Yes Kinga another super video as usual :) , it makes you realise what a great a great job he is doing and it is lovely to see him looking so happy and relaxed --thank you :thumbsup:


kracer wrote:
Kinga wrote:I thought I'd post my video about Rally Turkey in here too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otEvl9r-fbE

Hope that you will like it. :blush:


Kinga,

Your video was so great as usual! You really have talent in this. :hatoff:

Thank you so much! :C:


Thank you so much!! I'm so glad you like it. :hug:
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by Maria d » 20 Apr 2010, 20:21

Kinga wrote:
Linda-Anne wrote:Loved the video Kinga :wave:


KIMBO1 wrote:Yes Kinga another super video as usual :) , it makes you realise what a great a great job he is doing and it is lovely to see him looking so happy and relaxed --thank you :thumbsup:


kracer wrote:
Kinga wrote:I thought I'd post my video about Rally Turkey in here too:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otEvl9r-fbE

Hope that you will like it. :blush:


Kinga,

Your video was so great as usual! You really have talent in this. :hatoff:

Thank you so much! :C:


Thank you so much!! I'm so glad you like it. :hug:

that was a great video, Kimi is having a great time .thank you again for the video you do very fine work. :thumbsup:
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by TwoHardCore » 20 Apr 2010, 20:58

miezicat wrote:
sleenster wrote: Or are the driver points not equal to the manufacturer points?

yes. for the manufacturer points are different. those who aren't in the manufacturer championship like Solberg are taken out . so Ogier gets 15 point and Kimi 12 which makes 27. :O


Thanks for the info :thumbsup:
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by Vida » 21 Apr 2010, 03:22

Wolfie wrote:Thank you Ailvik ;)

CO-DRIVER STUCKED

Kaj Lindström didn't get to Finland yesterday.

Lindström flew on Sunday with Räikkönen from Instanbul to Nizza where the men's ways parted.
- Kimi went to Switzerland from there and I myself went towards Finland. I'm travelling in a rented car and God knows when I will get back to Finland, Lindström sighed.

According to the co-driver he hasn't lost his nerves even though the trip back home has been delayed and complicated.
- You can't do anything about it. The travel agency works all the time so that I could get to Finland. Now the airport (Helsinki-Vantaa) would be open between three and eleven but I wasn't in a place from where I could have got to Finland, Lindström cleared.

So far Lindström's journey hasn't been much of an adventure.
- There hasn't been any complications. But we seem to be quite vulnerable as soon as the air planes aren't flying.

Kimi doesn't take risks

Riku Kuvaja doesn't know if Kimi has come home yet.
- I don't know, I haven't spoken with him. He got as far as to Europe, Kuvaja said referring to his flight on Sunday.

Kuvaja couldn't say what route Kimi will use in order to get home.
- The air company decides that. They don't take any risks, Kuvaja said.

Kuvaja thinks that Kimi hasn't taken much trouble over his journey back home.
- This is a worldwide problem. F1-drivers are stuck in China so everybody share the same problem.

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Thanks Nicole for the translation

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by brendakarli » 21 Apr 2010, 07:10

looks like I'm super late tothe party!!! I could read the info on the net but it was so slow that Icould not write anything and sometimes the net would not allow me to participate in the forums... oh heck, better late than never!! Great job kimi!!
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by LadyR » 21 Apr 2010, 08:47

Vida wrote:
Wolfie wrote:Thank you Ailvik ;)

CO-DRIVER STUCKED

Kaj Lindström didn't get to Finland yesterday.

Lindström flew on Sunday with Räikkönen from Instanbul to Nizza where the men's ways parted.
- Kimi went to Switzerland from there and I myself went towards Finland. I'm travelling in a rented car and God knows when I will get back to Finland, Lindström sighed.

According to the co-driver he hasn't lost his nerves even though the trip back home has been delayed and complicated.
- You can't do anything about it. The travel agency works all the time so that I could get to Finland. Now the airport (Helsinki-Vantaa) would be open between three and eleven but I wasn't in a place from where I could have got to Finland, Lindström cleared.

So far Lindström's journey hasn't been much of an adventure.
- There hasn't been any complications. But we seem to be quite vulnerable as soon as the air planes aren't flying.

Kimi doesn't take risks

Riku Kuvaja doesn't know if Kimi has come home yet.
- I don't know, I haven't spoken with him. He got as far as to Europe, Kuvaja said referring to his flight on Sunday.

Kuvaja couldn't say what route Kimi will use in order to get home.
- The air company decides that. They don't take any risks, Kuvaja said.

Kuvaja thinks that Kimi hasn't taken much trouble over his journey back home.
- This is a worldwide problem. F1-drivers are stuck in China so everybody share the same problem.

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Thanks Nicole for the translation


Maybe Kimi didn't get home to stay at the Cote Azur for a while.... :n :lol:

Thx for translation, btw! :)

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by KIMBO1 » 21 Apr 2010, 10:59

brendakarli wrote:looks like I'm super late tothe party!!! I could read the info on the net but it was so slow that Icould not write anything and sometimes the net would not allow me to participate in the forums... oh heck, better late than never!! Great job kimi!!


Brenda I wondered where you were - missed you and your comments glad you are back :)

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by luviceman » 21 Apr 2010, 11:54

Special thanks to Wolfie, and also thank to all of you :hug:

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by Wolfie » 21 Apr 2010, 14:13

brendakarli wrote:looks like I'm super late tothe party!!! I could read the info on the net but it was so slow that Icould not write anything and sometimes the net would not allow me to participate in the forums... oh heck, better late than never!! Great job kimi!!


Brenda :hug:

How was the GP? Were you able to follow the rally too?
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by aivilk » 22 Apr 2010, 09:10

please, is somewhere translation of this interview?

http://img408.imageshack.us/i/lastenaikaenoleviel.jpg/
When you've got nothing, you've got something pure that no one can take away. As soon as you've got
something, some c***'s gonna come and take it off you.

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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by Moominpappa » 22 Apr 2010, 09:49

aivilk wrote:please, is somewhere translation of this interview?

http://img408.imageshack.us/i/lastenaikaenoleviel.jpg/

It is translated already. The story where Kimi was asked between sex and rally. On the balloon: It's not the time get childen yet.
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by aivilk » 22 Apr 2010, 10:10

oops, I must have missed that article, thanks :)
i am going to find it
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Re: Rally of Turkey 2010

Post by amoljoshi » 22 Apr 2010, 12:04

Moominpappa wrote:
aivilk wrote:please, is somewhere translation of this interview?

http://img408.imageshack.us/i/lastenaikaenoleviel.jpg/

It is translated already. The story where Kimi was asked between sex and rally. On the balloon: It's not the time get childen yet.



I can`t find it`s translation. :huh:

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