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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 03 Jul 2007, 12:51  
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lucian wrote:
What a magnificent race ! I actually never believed that Massa would lose the race, he looked so much in control and he also made the fastest lap of the race. But Kimi was too good in the end and maybe he also had a bit of luck. I'm sure that Kimi will start to win more from now, but still 22 points is a big difference. Hamilton might get only podiums all season and Kimi would need to gain more than 2 points every race to have a chance for the title. I'm extremely anxious to see if Hamilton makes a mistake, because, to be honest, I want it to come soon. It wasn't Kimi's fault for the DNF he had, so his rivals deserve a bit of bad luck too.


I'm amazed I've got some pictures of Hamilton going wide at Australia, going off track in Bahrain, locking wheels in Monaco, nudging barriers in Canda, and people still think he hasn't made mistakes :p ...
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 04 Jul 2007, 13:46  
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Dark_Fisico wrote:
lucian wrote:
What a magnificent race ! I actually never believed that Massa would lose the race, he looked so much in control and he also made the fastest lap of the race. But Kimi was too good in the end and maybe he also had a bit of luck. I'm sure that Kimi will start to win more from now, but still 22 points is a big difference. Hamilton might get only podiums all season and Kimi would need to gain more than 2 points every race to have a chance for the title. I'm extremely anxious to see if Hamilton makes a mistake, because, to be honest, I want it to come soon. It wasn't Kimi's fault for the DNF he had, so his rivals deserve a bit of bad luck too.


I'm amazed I've got some pictures of Hamilton going wide at Australia, going off track in Bahrain, locking wheels in Monaco, nudging barriers in Canda, and people still think he hasn't made mistakes :p ...

those are minor mistakes that have no big effect on the race result, compare hamilton's mistakes to kimi's quali error at monaco, fernando's gp starts at spain and canada, felipe's bad 'overtaking' at malaysia, i hate to defend lewis but...

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 04 Jul 2007, 15:57  
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alex wrote:
Dark_Fisico wrote:
lucian wrote:
What a magnificent race ! I actually never believed that Massa would lose the race, he looked so much in control and he also made the fastest lap of the race. But Kimi was too good in the end and maybe he also had a bit of luck. I'm sure that Kimi will start to win more from now, but still 22 points is a big difference. Hamilton might get only podiums all season and Kimi would need to gain more than 2 points every race to have a chance for the title. I'm extremely anxious to see if Hamilton makes a mistake, because, to be honest, I want it to come soon. It wasn't Kimi's fault for the DNF he had, so his rivals deserve a bit of bad luck too.


I'm amazed I've got some pictures of Hamilton going wide at Australia, going off track in Bahrain, locking wheels in Monaco, nudging barriers in Canda, and people still think he hasn't made mistakes :p ...

those are minor mistakes that have no big effect on the race result, compare hamilton's mistakes to kimi's quali error at monaco, fernando's gp starts at spain and canada, felipe's bad 'overtaking' at malaysia, i hate to defend lewis but...


But you have to call them mistakes no matter what they did to the race they are mistakes and people make out he's never made one and that his races are all perfect but he does make them... Sure they aren't as big as Fernandos, or Giancarlos have been but it stops his race from being perfect...
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 05 Jul 2007, 16:08  
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 06 Aug 2007, 14:21  
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 06 Aug 2007, 18:37  
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Hi Guys,

I think teh French GP circuit is very boring, even on the Playstation...
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula One French Grand Prix
PostPosted: 15 Aug 2007, 17:34  
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This year was really exiting:D haha And mu driver won !!!Kimi Räikkönen!!!
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