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PostPosted: 16 Jun 2007, 18:05  
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donald29 wrote:
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You can watch FP1 and FP2 in P2PTV:


16:00 (4:00 pm)* GP Formula 1 Indianapolis USA "FP1"
- Wheels (TVUPlayer)

20:00 (8:00 pm)* Motor (F1): GP Fórmula 1 Indianapolis USA "FP2"
- Wheels (TVUPlayer)

You should install TVUPlayer in your PC

*Spanish hour (Spain).


Is it free to watch?


YES, of course!!

I'm watching FP2 now.


Do they cover every gp on "Wheels"?

Sorry for all my questions!


Maybe yes, but I'm not sure.
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Wheels shows all FP2 sessions live all year I think.

Wheels (Speed) will NOT show tomorrows GP Live. It is on FOX Instead.

Good qualifying session. Looks to be a good GP in store tomorrow.

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Another pole for Lewis!!! :shock:
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Ok thanks Super Aguri. What did James Allen mean when he said something like "Lewis Hamilton hasn't just taken pole, he's taken pole with an exclamation mark."? :| :| :| :| :| :|

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donald29 wrote:
Ok thanks Super Aguri. What did James Allen mean when he said something like "Lewis Hamilton hasn't just taken pole, he's taken pole with an exclamation mark."? :| :| :| :| :| :|


It meant...

James Allen is a prick who has decided that you can now drive WITH puncuation :mrgreen:...

Jenson in Canada for example was driving with a full stop :lol:...

Ralf Schumacher is driving, question mark :P...

I don't think anyone really did anything amazing in quali they fell into position the way everyone thinks they should, Maccas, Ferraris, BMW's everyone else... So how Hamilton was driving with exclamation marks I don't know...
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Thanks for your helpful and detailed explanation Dark_Fisico. It really helped! :mrgreen: :lol: I agree with you about everything falling into place though.

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this track has a tradition for team mates to crash each other (ralph-jpm.2004) & (kimi-jpm 2006)

I hope Alonso will not do anything stupid...the pressure is on!!

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What was interesting today is how Alonso could not beat Hamilton's first time, and then Lewis beat his own time. Talk about beating a man when he's down.
Alonso maybe might have one or two more laps than Hamilton
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donald29 wrote:
Ok thanks Super Aguri. What did James Allen mean when he said something like "Lewis Hamilton hasn't just taken pole, he's taken pole with an exclamation mark."? :| :| :| :| :| :|

i thought he was going to say with a capital P or something cheesy like that but with a exclamation mark like this "pole position!" :lol: :lol: that killed me XD

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That was the first time this season that both Red Bull drivers were able to complete qualifying completely unhindered by technical gremlins
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That was the first time this season that both Red Bull drivers were able to complete qualifying completely unhindered by technical gremlins


Yes and it was a pretty neat result for them too. 9th and 11th is a fairly good result for them and they should be taking points tomorrow.

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Something happened to ferrari...

Yeah, Michael quit the team. :(

I hope the race will be exciting as in Montreal, although I doubt that will happen.
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I am excited for tomorrow!! Bring on the rain!

Michael didn't quit, he was tired. And now he is at every race.
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They said during ITV's buildup that there are new post-race rules.
The driver is no longer allowed to go and celebrate with team members immediately after he gets out of the car. And if he does so he could face disqualification.
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They said during ITV's buildup that there are new post-race rules.
The driver is no longer allowed to go and celebrate with team members immediately after he gets out of the car. And if he does so he could face disqualification.


Talk about the FIA being kill joys!

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