Rally de Portugal 2010

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Sébastien Loeb » 30 May 2010, 14:26

yes , and seb ogier in june

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Claudie_Schnaudie » 30 May 2010, 14:29

Kimi Kimi gimme just a little smile :)

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by dindi » 30 May 2010, 14:41

Danke, Claudie! Heehee really hated team radio in F1....

Don't talk to me in the middle of the corner!

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Kriss » 30 May 2010, 14:48

Claudie_Schnaudie wrote:AAAAWW so cutie cute :blush:


http://www.rallybuzz.com/raikkonens-pos ... eportugal/


thanks :hug:
I like the way he thinks :thumbsup:

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by miezicat » 30 May 2010, 14:58

Kinga wrote:I missed the interview... Fck. Did someone record it? :fear:

http://www.mediafire.com/?zzymzmyimyi
what did he say in finnish?

damn the stream didn't work for me, just at the end so I could only watch Ogier vs Loeb.
congrats to Ogier :hatoff: well done Kimi :C:

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by dindi » 30 May 2010, 15:06

Danke, V!!!

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by LadyR » 30 May 2010, 15:36

Well, well, well.....congrats to the Kimster Kingster for getting through all those tough stages without any bigger trouble.
P10 is a solid result and still in the points, so it's a positive achievement!
It was also a very hard ride the last days - physical and pychological, but our fav Finn proved once again, that his nerves are very strong to get through such a challenge!
Very proud of you, Raikko!
And now get some rest with fresh drinks and some ice cream before the next adventure - Erzberg Rodeo! :cool:

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Vida » 30 May 2010, 16:22

Anelise wrote:
Kriss wrote:
Vida wrote:
Kinga wrote:I missed the interview... Fck. Did someone record it? :fear:


i missed the whole thing :confused: :confused: :(


I hope Anelise recorded it :pray:

Sorry Kriss my internet is so slow! :(


Btw happy bday anelise.....

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Anelise » 30 May 2010, 17:13

Thanks vida!!! :hug:

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by apple » 30 May 2010, 17:23

Hi, all, came back from flying little boys birthday.. :lol: And just noticed Kimi has again been on points. Tough rally although Kimi didnt admit to MTV3 that this rally had been more difficult than Jordan. Long way to the top, that Kimi has now learnt I think as his blog hints too. Still, good work, he made it to the end and thats matters.
Ogier deserved his victory and I am pleased about that too.
Happy birthday Anelise!

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by ish678 » 30 May 2010, 17:27

It's brilliant Kimi still managed to get a point despite it being quite a tough rally for him :shhh: Hopefully he can kick on again and improve in the next one :)

Happy birthday, Anelise! :hug:
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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Kriss » 30 May 2010, 17:28

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Kimi Raikkonen won in Portugal but for the third consecutive time points, but the Citroen junior pilot is not satisfied with tenth place


Motorsport Magazin.com - Although Kimi Raikkonen, the final test of the Rally Portugal to third place and finished tenth at the end for the third consecutive time points won as he was not happy. "We have taken anything this afternoon, so I had a puncture and lost two places," said the Finn.

"After puncture, I just tried the more objective. More could expect no more, except for points," he continued. The Citroen junior pilot is once again a richer experience, at least in his view, a positive thing. "That's life. After all, we finished the rally and the knowledge that we have gathered will help us. Räikkönen was on all three days of the rally in the top-10.

Co-Pilot impressed
In his overall goal was to champion Sebastien Ogier residue 11:34 minutes. "The victory of Ogier does not change the objectives of the Citroen junior team. We will continue our path to progress further and to ensure that Kimi Sebastien and continue to make progress," said team manager Benoit Nogier. Raikkonen and co-driver Kaj Lindström want to do, especially in matters Pacenotes progress. "Like everything else they are getting better with time. We have changed some things and work hard to further refine the Pacenotes," said Lindstrom.

With the different grip levels and the blind curves to relent, the Rally of Portugal was indeed no easy place to been for Raikkonen. "Nevertheless, he remained on the whole rally across cool and has improved. I'm really impressed both with regard to his driving style and his attitude," said Lindstrom.


http://www.motorsport-magazin.com/rally ... trick.html

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Leijona » 30 May 2010, 20:12

miezicat wrote:
Kinga wrote:I missed the interview... Fck. Did someone record it? :fear:

http://www.mediafire.com/?zzymzmyimyi
what did he say in finnish?

damn the stream didn't work for me, just at the end so I could only watch Ogier vs Loeb.
congrats to Ogier :hatoff: well done Kimi :C:

translation:

-Kimi was this the hardest rally so far?
-Well this maybe wasn't as difficult as Jordan but yesterday we went out on one of the corners and today there was a stone in the inner curve which damaged the tire. But at least we learnt this rally and that was the main goal.

- At least your team-mate showed that with this car you can win.
-Yeah well this is nearly the same car as Loeb's and Sordo's so it has never depended on that. We just need more experience and then it should be okay.

-With what feelings do you go to Bulgary?
-Let's go and drive first the rally in Italy. It is the first time to drive on tarmac with this car so we will get good experince from it. Let's see in what conditions the roads are and hope that it is a little bit easier.

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by Anelise » 30 May 2010, 20:39

Thanks apple and ish678!!!!! :hug:

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Re: Rally de Portugal 2010

Post by momo » 30 May 2010, 20:55

* * * Happy birthday Anelise! * * *

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