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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 11 Jul 2007, 14:13  
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I think if bmw has pole they can win but there just to scared with the race stratergy thats why there never on the front row. But if they do have pole they can block the mclarens en ferrari's they showed us in Magny Cours and Silverstone.


but Ferrari's pit brains are hardly beatable :p
Ferrari & Mclaren will gain position after pits.

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 11 Jul 2007, 17:20  
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Only because they had a good stratergy in Silverstone doesn't mean there unbeatable.

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PostPosted: 11 Jul 2007, 18:11  
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i'd love a heidfeld win!! Flag:##

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 11 Jul 2007, 19:41  
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McLaren promise quicker car for Germany
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McLaren's attention now turns to testing at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium from Tuesday before engine partners Mercedes' home race at the Nuerburgring on July 22.

"We've got new aerodynamic components and various other parts we are putting on the car," the team's chief operating officer Martin Whitmarsh told Reuters.

"We will come out of that test with a quicker car, and Ferrari will undoubtedly improve their car. So it's down to who improves their car the most in the next fortnight.

"I predict that we are going to see the fortunes swing either way in what's going to be a classic and exciting championship," he added.

"We've now had nine races and 16 times we've had a car on the podium. That helps.

"It is so tight now in performance and reliability that any of us can trip up now and that would be very significant. If just one of your cars doesn't score points, then the pendulum swings very quickly," Whitmarsh said.



it seems until now ferrari is doing better in aero circuits (except malaysia)
and Mclaren is doing well in tracks where you need mechanical grip and traction.
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 11 Jul 2007, 20:00  
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HamiltonF1 wrote:
Only because they had a good stratergy in Silverstone doesn't mean there unbeatable.

history says that :|

But its not only on strategy but in laps and out laps play crucial role :|
with current pace its more likely bwm can't win
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BMW team boss Mario Theissen has ruled out the possibility of his team claiming a race win this season.

Only two teams have taken to the top step of the podium so far this season, with McLaren winning four grands prix and Ferrari, five.

And Theissen doesn't expect that to change any time this year, as he believes BMW will struggle to close the gap to the leading duo before the season ends in late October.

"Currently, I don't see that," he told Autosport when asked if he believed BMW could win a race this season.

"They (McLaren and Ferrari) are at least as far ahead now as they used to be at the start of the season. The gap is almost unchanged.

"On fast tracks we are probably closer, and on slow tracks the gap is bigger.

"It's important for me to keep the gap constant throughout the season because they are the two strongest teams, and if we develop as fast as they do that's the best result we can achieve. Then we can make the next step over the winter."

BMW are currently third in the Constructors' Champioship on 58 points, 70 behind Championship leaders McLaren.



Spa Francorchamps - Belgium 11 July 2007 - test result - day 2
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1      F. Massa        Ferrari                   01:46.698     56
2    F. Alonso       McLaren                 01:47.012    68
3    H. Kovalainen    Renault                 01:47.754    44
4    R. Schumacher    Toyota                    01:48.534    31
5    A. Sutil       Spyker F1                 01:48.873    49
6    D. Coulthard    Red Bull                 01:48.915    42
7    J. Button       Honda                    01:49.526    54
8    S. Bourdais    Scuderia Toro Rosso        01:49.732    53
9    N. Rosberg       Williams                 01:50.295    54
10    A. Davidson    Super Aguri              01:52.438    56
11    R. Kubica       BMW                    01:55.155    32

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 12 Jul 2007, 13:04  
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Chris is gone ::oops:; really can't be arsed watching spyker anymore.

Hopefully its Mclaren's turn after 2 Ferrari victories, but I really hope for a suprise like bmw winning there first victorie or diefferent drivers in the top 8.


i have no interest in f1 anymore because Chris is gone... so i donno if i will watch this race. If Chris makes a comeback, i will watch f1 again.

i think kimi will win although i think it will be a close race!

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Well Hopefully we can see Albers back soon :p
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 12 Jul 2007, 17:13  
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Well, he might do comeback next year (season 2008) If he gets place from prodrive or whatever it becomes to be. :S: :S: :S:
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
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Kimi will dedicate his next win in Nurnburgring to Nico Hulkenberg, his best frined and supporter !
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 13 Jul 2007, 11:05  
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nelmesy16 wrote:
HamiltonF1 wrote:
Chris is gone ::oops:; really can't be arsed watching spyker anymore.

Hopefully its Mclaren's turn after 2 Ferrari victories, but I really hope for a suprise like bmw winning there first victorie or diefferent drivers in the top 8.


i have no interest in f1 anymore because Chris is gone... so i donno if i will watch this race. If Chris makes a comeback, i will watch f1 again.

i think kimi will win although i think it will be a close race!


Chris has a conversation with spyker this weekend and they want to get him back in his driver seat because he had a contract to race for the hole year, if they can't get him back he will take spyker to court so its not over yet.

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 13 Jul 2007, 11:39  
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Alonso looked better this weekend than hamilton to be honest but definently if hamilton continues on getting podiums like this he will win the championship :(
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PostPosted: 13 Jul 2007, 21:49  
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their is speculation >> alonso playing dirty games with Hamilton by hiding real pace in practice sessions! Not letting him to copy his setup.

i would say its pure excuse for silverstone performance :S:

meanwhile Kimi: "It's time to succeed" ...fully reloaded :T:@

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
PostPosted: 13 Jul 2007, 22:03  
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zack wrote:
their is speculation >> alonso playing dirty games with Hamilton by hiding real pace in practice sessions! Not letting him to copy his setup.

i would say its pure excuse for silverstone performance :S:

meanwhile Kimi: "It's time to succeed" ...fully reloaded :T:@


Well :P Why should Alonso lett him copy his setup :@:2 Just because their teammates don't mean they have to share everything you know :T:@ ...
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zack wrote:
their is speculation >> alonso playing dirty games with Hamilton by hiding real pace in practice sessions! Not letting him to copy his setup.

i would say its pure excuse for silverstone performance :S:

meanwhile Kimi: "It's time to succeed" ...fully reloaded :T:@


Well :P Why should Alonso lett him copy his setup :@:2 Just because their teammates don't mean they have to share everything you know :T:@ ...


basically its up to team and then drivers to decide :@:2

Its very common in f1(many motor sports) teamm8s share/exchange telemetry and setup data

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 European Grand Prix
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Yeah but you know what Alonso's like :p he's probably spilt the garage into two and demands that noone on his side talk to anyone on the other side just for safety reasons :p :@:2 ...

And before anyone says I'm being cruel to Nando its a joke and I like Nando, I've only disliked Nando once for acouple weeks...
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