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PostPosted: 29 May 2007, 18:53  
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I wanna see Alonso banging into that wall of champions. :mrgreen:
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Ofcourse he should bang to it in practice's or in qualifyings, Kimi had bad luck in Monaco, now it is Fernando's turn. :evil: :evil:
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he only won because of the quick mclaren car and mclaren team orders with juan...
juan pablo would have beaten him...
anyway i don't think he drives very well at this circuit

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FerrariFan[FIN] wrote:
I wanna see Alonso banging into that wall of champions. :mrgreen:
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he already did didn't he?
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fingerfish wrote:
FerrariFan[FIN] wrote:
I wanna see Alonso banging into that wall of champions. :mrgreen:
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he already did didn't he?


Nah, it wasn't wall of champions. It was straight after corner 9. Before L' Epingle (Corner 10)
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FerrariFan[FIN] wrote:
Ofcourse he should bang to it in practice's or in qualifyings, Kimi had bad luck in Monaco, now it is Fernando's turn. :evil: :evil:

Man God Loves him :cheesy:
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alex wrote:
he only won because of the quick mclaren car and mclaren team orders with juan...
juan pablo would have beaten him...
anyway i don't think he drives very well at this circuit


Quick?? It wasn't quick in that moment. He had little steeringproblems, so Ferrari's almost passed him at last lap. So I think that it was amazing job from him. Oh, one thing: In 2003 Grand Prix du Canada Kimi comed from last place to 6th, so he has drived perfectly in Canada. Only in 2003, so I think that he has good changes to win this year's Grand Prix du Canada.
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Busi wrote:
Ferrari - 3 tenths - McLaren - 2 tenths - BMW

That's something similar to the pace I think we'll see in both Canada and the USA


Agreed with this assessment... Ferrari have the edge on equipment, McLaren have the better driver combo- team strategy might make the difference.

Maybe jean Todt will come to his sense and assign Kimi to support Massa. The Italian press are already beginning to demand it! :cheesy: hanging around with Montoya did no good to our Finnish hero! They both got fat and slow!

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North America is Ferrari territory,
but i'm worried about a new victory of Alonso LOL :oops:
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but i'm worried about a new victory of Alonso LOL :oops:


You said it brother... I feel the same way. :|

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FerrariFan[FIN] wrote:
Kimi had bad luck in Monaco, now it is Fernando's turn. :evil: :evil:

bad luck :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
it was his own mistake and kimi even knows it
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"I threw it all away in the qualifying," Raikkonen conceded.
"This was my mistake."

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i think alonso will crash in canada! wouldnt be suprised if also one other race challenger does the same thing too!

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Teaissen optimistic about Montreal:
"Monaco has its own laws and its very own track characteristics. Montreal is a completely different matter," Theissen told his team's website.

"Our cars love to be let loose - and there are many long straights in Montreal. Therefore, we are entering that race with optimism."

More: http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/59268
Go Bmw :P
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i wouldnt be suprised if bmw can get a podium in canada....

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Ferrari have not won at Monaco since 2001, whereas they have won the United States Grand Prix for the last 5 years in a row. A one-two for Ferrari would certainly help their championship hopes as they currently lie 20 points behind McLaren in the constructor’s championship.
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I think BMW will be quicker, pushing the Mclaren and Ferrari's more. I think a podium is a good bet for them

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