Rally Bulgaria 2010

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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Lynx'niK » 09 Jul 2010, 14:21

Claudie_Schnaudie wrote:
Lynx'niK wrote:k1m1 won´t be happy but that´s just because of his over ambitious character which we love. :hug:


:thumbsup:

and maybe we´re lucky and he is able to continue tomorrow!! you know they can repair almost everything ... it´s just a question whether this cage thingy is okay :confused:


I´m optimistic, but my finger´s are crossed :shhh:

kimbo will go and chillax and maybe visit f1zone :p
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Claudie_Schnaudie » 09 Jul 2010, 14:21

luviceman wrote:
Maria d wrote:he hit a tree upside down?


:80: :( :confused: and uninjured?! :S
what a man :roll::


please don´t forget Kaitsu ... glad that he is fine as well
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Denorth » 09 Jul 2010, 14:21

so guys, no rally today ;)
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by dindi » 09 Jul 2010, 14:23

Good news, Denorth! Thanks for that! Not so bad after all... the car's upside down, though. But doesn't sound like it was badly damaged.

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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Moominpappa » 09 Jul 2010, 14:23

Leijona wrote:I can't help but feel really disappointed. Not in Kimi and Kaj of course, but overall of the result. I was already picturing them finishing 4th-5th and Kimi steadily improving his pace...... and then BAM! they're out.

foolish of me I know :roll::

but this is rally and there's nothing we can do. even a minor mistake can lead to a crash...

too bad it was Kimi this time.

I feel like you. Just read 22 pages and now I have empty feelings. So sad, some guys can bash him again but Kimi showed his pace. He is really fast in rally.

Hopefully he continue with Citroen next year :thumbsup:
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Maria d » 09 Jul 2010, 14:23

thats why it took so long to get them out of the car it was upside down?
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by luviceman » 09 Jul 2010, 14:23

Claudie_Schnaudie wrote:
luviceman wrote:
Maria d wrote:he hit a tree upside down?


:80: :( :confused: and uninjured?! :S
what a man :roll::


please don´t forget Kaitsu ... glad that he is fine as well


of course, I never forget him, too :) and am happy to hear BOTH are OK :)

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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by dindi » 09 Jul 2010, 14:25

Claudie_Schnaudie wrote:comments @ MTV3 say the off was puncture / tech fault
not official

Interesting. So it's possible that it wasn't his fault. Danke, Claudie.

Yeah, Maria... sounds like that was the case.
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by marrie17 » 09 Jul 2010, 14:25

this crash reminds me a bit of rally finland last year. the car upside down

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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by brendakarli » 09 Jul 2010, 14:25

dang... I feel like there is a media blackout in such situations and it's just not good for fans with weak hearts
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Ice-Ludy » 09 Jul 2010, 14:27

brendakarli wrote:dang... I feel like there is a media blackout in such situations and it's just not good for fans with weak hearts


+1 :confused:
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Wolfie » 09 Jul 2010, 14:28

SilentKiller wrote:so he is out?
Just like mexico too much excitement here jinxed kimi.
This is way more premature to get out of a rally. He has probably learnt nothing from his 1st WRC asphalt rally.
Robertsons will be giving Renaults Lopez a call after the end of the day.


SilentKiller, no amount of excitement here jinxes Kimi.

Topdrivers crashed in the last rally and rallies before that so it's not any 'Kimi crashes = Kimi doesn't know a thing' here.

Everything happens for a reason. Nobody knows how this affects Kimi's decision since he can now compare what it's like to drive in tarmac rally and on a track.

One shouldn't either forget how he came in 2nd in Italy's tarmac rally and was leading the rally in the beginning - only then some people said that it's only because Ogier made wrong choice of tyres. See how this goes. It always boils down to Kimi's incompetence and luck vs others skills and misfortune :roll::

Now Kimi's choice of tyres is a hush-hush. The fact that he drove faster than most top drivers was nothing.

Well I'm extremely happy that I got the chance and choosed to experience the bliss when he was driving fast as a devil - even if he wouldn't continue tomorrow I still have the experience from today that made me extremely happy for him.
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by Claudie_Schnaudie » 09 Jul 2010, 14:31

Wolfie wrote:
SilentKiller wrote:so he is out?
Just like mexico too much excitement here jinxed kimi.
This is way more premature to get out of a rally. He has probably learnt nothing from his 1st WRC asphalt rally.
Robertsons will be giving Renaults Lopez a call after the end of the day.


SilentKiller, no amount of excitement here jinxes Kimi.

Topdrivers crashed in the last rally and rallies before that so it's not any 'Kimi crashes = Kimi doesn't know a thing' here.

Everything happens for a reason. Nobody knows how this affects Kimi's decision since he can now compare what it's like to drive in tarmac rally and on a track.

One shouldn't either forget how he came in 2nd in Italy's tarmac rally and was leading the rally in the beginning - only then some people said that it's only because Ogier made wrong choice of tyres. See how this goes. It always boils down to Kimi's incompetence and luck vs others skills and misfortune :roll::

Now Kimi's choice of tyres is a hush-hush. The fact that he drove faster than most top drivers was nothing.

Well I'm extremely happy that I got the chance and choosed to experience the bliss when he was driving fast as a devil - even if he wouldn't continue tomorrow I still have the experience from today that made me extremely happy for him.



+1

I hate such comments like the one from SilentKiller ... oh yeah there is a crash so kimi better goes back to F1 :roll:: ... he has to learn how far he can go...and crashes are bound to happen.
Kimi Kimi gimme just a little smile :)

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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by beefree88 » 09 Jul 2010, 14:33

Wolfie wrote:
SilentKiller wrote:so he is out?
Just like mexico too much excitement here jinxed kimi.
This is way more premature to get out of a rally. He has probably learnt nothing from his 1st WRC asphalt rally.
Robertsons will be giving Renaults Lopez a call after the end of the day.


SilentKiller, no amount of excitement here jinxes Kimi.

Topdrivers crashed in the last rally and rallies before that so it's not any 'Kimi crashes = Kimi doesn't know a thing' here.

Everything happens for a reason. Nobody knows how this affects Kimi's decision since he can now compare what it's like to drive in tarmac rally and on a track.

One shouldn't either forget how he came in 2nd in Italy's tarmac rally and was leading the rally in the beginning - only then some people said that it's only because Ogier made wrong choice of tyres. See how this goes. It always boils down to Kimi's incompetence and luck vs others skills and misfortune :roll::

Now Kimi's choice of tyres is a hush-hush. The fact that he drove faster than most top drivers was nothing.

Well I'm extremely happy that I got the chance and choosed to experience the bliss when he was driving fast as a devil - even if he wouldn't continue tomorrow I still have the experience from today that made me extremely happy for him.


I love your attitude. I still feel sorry for him.
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Re: Rally Bulgaria 2010

Post by icemaid » 09 Jul 2010, 14:34

great to see Kimi was able to be so quick even if he went off... :zz:

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