2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by Burn-out » 25 Aug 2007, 12:10

mclarenmatt wrote:
Burn-out wrote:This qualifying seesion will a real shoot-out to the top contesting teams...
Hammilton - blitzing speed: but can he be consistent?? ''hmm'' i think not!!!
Massa - same old set-up...can he top the potential? :angel: praying here!!
Raikonnen - fearless drive, race pace is superb : !yahoo: he would maintain it...
Aonso - who cares?? $peace $peace $peace


The Mclaren's are gonna give Ferrari a fight at least, also i reckon Alonso has something up his sleeve. Shame it's not gonna rain in the race, Massa would get pwned by Alonso again :T:@


So where is the sleeve now mate? :p :p :( :(
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by maltafan » 25 Aug 2007, 12:18

interesting last stint of the qualifying, with massa coming as a surprise. Ferrari look fast here, and Hamilton too. I think Alonso is a bit heavier on fuel and is therefore starting on hard tyres.

Should be an interesting race tomorrow.
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by Zack » 25 Aug 2007, 12:49

Massa on pole !yahoo:
actually kimi or hamilton had chance but both made mistake in last sector :@:2
Interestingly Alonso ran on hard tires on last attempt ''hmm''
Antony Davidson ... Brilliant purple time on last sector!
Ralf out in Q3 itself ... ''hmm'' with just in 29s!

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ROFL..well they don't have buy photos when team like mclaren directly buys 800 pages :p :lol:
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by iceman1 » 25 Aug 2007, 13:16

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Fantastic lap by Massa, kimi made slight mistake in q3 but p3 still good Kimi is on clean side, using hard tyres i think he can to take Massa in the pits.....

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by theatrx » 25 Aug 2007, 13:33

Ouch, too much expectation from Toyota there. What happened to you Ralf?

Massa just came out of nowhere and snagged the pole from Hamilton. Not much surprise there. Wonder boy could've grabbed P1 if it wasn't for that mistake in the last sector.

Massa better watch out. Anyway, go Kimi!

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by mclarenmatt » 25 Aug 2007, 14:22

Burn-out wrote:
mclarenmatt wrote:
Burn-out wrote:This qualifying seesion will a real shoot-out to the top contesting teams...
Hammilton - blitzing speed: but can he be consistent?? ''hmm'' i think not!!!
Massa - same old set-up...can he top the potential? :angel: praying here!!
Raikonnen - fearless drive, race pace is superb : !yahoo: he would maintain it...
Aonso - who cares?? $peace $peace $peace


The Mclaren's are gonna give Ferrari a fight at least, also i reckon Alonso has something up his sleeve. Shame it's not gonna rain in the race, Massa would get pwned by Alonso again :T:@


So where is the sleeve now mate? :p :p :( :(
Prayers answered for the Brazilian!! :angel: :angel:


He couldn't pull it out his sleeve lol :P well maybe he can do something in the race..........

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by mclarenmatt » 25 Aug 2007, 14:23

ROFL..well they don't have buy photos when team like mclaren directly buys 800 pages :p :lol:
anyways no offense ..its all about personal opinions $peace


LOL...I gotta admit that's a good reply lol :P
Let's wait and see what the hearing say's though :D

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by Super Aguri » 25 Aug 2007, 14:26

That was a very good qualifying session to wake me up.

Best lap was probably Davidson in Q2 in the Super Aguri.


That lap was insane. :T:@
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Post by JoostLamers » 25 Aug 2007, 14:30

Sweet second place for Hami !grin! !! I think Massa is light, he hasn't been really quick all weekend, so we'll see. Both Raikkonen and Hamilton made a mistake in the last sector. And where the hell was Alonso, he definately wasn't participating for the pole, don't know why.. I think strategy. Good job by Kubica, and Fisi was a bit disappointing ''hmm'' , and Yamamoto &doh , that guy is really slow :p
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by JoostLamers » 25 Aug 2007, 14:32

Super Aguri wrote:That was a very good qualifying session to wake me up.

Best lap was probably Davidson in Q2 in the Super Aguri.


That lap was insane. :T:@


Oh yeah i forgot :p . the Ant did a great lap, good luck in the race Super Aguri :T:@
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by donald29 » 25 Aug 2007, 14:39

Massa pole! !yahoo: davidson did a great lap. Button will start lat cos of an engine change &doh

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by tvianna » 25 Aug 2007, 16:22

joostlamers wrote:Sweet second place for Hami !grin! !! I think Massa is light, he hasn't been really quick all weekend, so we'll see. Both Raikkonen and Hamilton made a mistake in the last sector. And where the hell was Alonso, he definately wasn't participating for the pole, don't know why.. I think strategy. Good job by Kubica, and Fisi was a bit disappointing ''hmm'' , and Yamamoto &doh , that guy is really slow :p

I think Hamilton is the one who is light, just like in Silverstone. We'll see that tomorrow. :p
Anyway, great lap by Massa, Raikkonen and Alonso disapointed me and Rosberg always fast on qualis.
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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by Dark_Fisico » 25 Aug 2007, 16:42

I think Massa was spurred on because of last year... I doubt he's that much lighter then Hamilton or Kimi... Kimi would have had it probably if it wasn't for a mistake... Alonso..... Well I like the guy, but he's letting the team get to him and making stupid mistakes... Who in their right mind would go out on hard tyres :( ...

And what a star little Ant is !yahoo: even though I love Fisi I would have prefered Ant deserving to get into the top 10 then him scraping through and not doing anything... Poor Jense though, I can't stand him being so positive all the time :p I wish he'd just shout at Nick Fry for a change instead of praising the stupid teams 'effort'...

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by [FIN]SpeedFreak » 25 Aug 2007, 17:13

joostlamers wrote:Sweet second place for Hami !grin! !! I think Massa is light, he hasn't been really quick all weekend, so we'll see. Both Raikkonen and Hamilton made a mistake in the last sector. And where the hell was Alonso, he definately wasn't participating for the pole, don't know why.. I think strategy. Good job by Kubica, and Fisi was a bit disappointing ''hmm'' , and Yamamoto &doh , that guy is really slow :p


Both of them are low fuel load. There's no way Hamy or Massa could have gotted to Kimi's speed if they haven't had low fuel load. And then you have to remember that Hamilton is in dirtier side of the track, and in Turkey it means dirtier. So it is probably that Kimi "shoots" ahead of Hamilton in start. And when Massa comes to his pit- stop Kimi does those killer fast laps and gets that needed gap. !cool!!!! :rule#

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Re: 2007 Formula 1 Turkish GP

Post by mirek01 » 25 Aug 2007, 17:31

I'm predicting Massa - Kimi battle for win and close to them Alonso. Flag:##

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