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 Post subject: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix
PostPosted: 27 Aug 2007, 20:05  
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FORMULA 1™ Gran Premio d'Italia 2007


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There has only been one year since 1950 when the Italian Grand Prix was not run in Monza and that was 1980 when it took place at Imola. Little has changed with this track over the years. It remains one of the fastest tracks, even with the introduction of chicanes in the 1970's, and is therefore very hard on the cars.

Monza is the real home of the Italian Grand Prix and the "tifosi" or fans add to the unique atmosphere.


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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix
PostPosted: 27 Aug 2007, 20:43  
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I'm going for an all Ferrari win here. !yahoo: Raikkonen will win, and then Massa second. :)

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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix
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I love Monza its by far my fav track !grin! I love how much they fiddle with the cars for Monza aswell...

Plus its close to home !grin! ...
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are you going, dark fisi?

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a ferrari win makes the tifosi go bonkers....but a mclaren win will make them go nuts !yahoo:

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Yep I'm going !grin! I was worried at first because I'm going to see the Eurovision dance contest and couldn't miss it then I thought it clashed and was like #Fear but thankfully Eurovision is this weekend so I'll be safe !grin! ... Making up for being ill last year and not being able to go ::oops:; ...
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 Post subject: Re: 2007 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix
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!yahoo: YEAH, love the track, the supporters. Most of all because Montoya won his first GP here and in 2005.
But still, I think (hope) Hamilton will win this one, it's going to be a very close race, I think it's going to be a more exciting race than the last two boring ones $peace . It's going to be a very close race between Ferrari and McLaren, and I predict Williams especially Rosberg will be quick, I hope. Williams is quick at this track. Oh yeah, and Montoya drove the fastest lap EVER here, if I'm right ''hmm'' :T:@ Oh and uhm, that race is on my brothers birthday :p $peace

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thats really cool ,Wish I could be there , Good Luck and Have Fun


Q. Monza has similar characteristics to Montreal and Indy. Do you think it could be one of the worst Grands Prix for you? What are the differences between the North American races and Monza?
KR: I think the only problem that we can probably have in Monza is through kerbs. Maybe it hasn't been our strongest point going over the kerbs, and trying to get the traction back.

But I know from the past that Ferrari were always very strong in their home race. We improved for the last race the car handling over the bumps so we should be okay there.
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I'm waiting for a great race at Monza. I hope for another Ferrari 1-2, which I think will let the championship far more interesting, and hope for another victory by Massa. :p

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i think McLarens will be more competitive here also BMWs too it will be exciting race i think Aloson will win this race.. :)

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I think there will be more overtaking, thanks to the long straits... I hope :p

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Oh yeah, and Montoya drove the fastest lap EVER here, if I'm right ''hmm''

Incorrect! &doh it was Barrichello clocking 1:21.046 in F2004 :angel:

Ferrari will win !yahoo:
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Check the YouTube video threat, I posted the fastest lap ever in Formula one history there #Fear
Montoya ::oops:;

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The Monza circuit can basically be described in one word fast
Running little wing to take advantage of the long straights, the cars slip and slide through the chicanes that interrupt the circuit in the name of safety.
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zack wrote:
joostlamers wrote:
Oh yeah, and Montoya drove the fastest lap EVER here, if I'm right ''hmm''

Incorrect! &doh it was Barrichello clocking 1:21.046 in F2004 :angel:

Ferrari will win !yahoo:
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Your wrong, Montoya has the fastest ever lap :) Also i wouldn't be so sure about Ferrari running away with this one.......... :T:@
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