Rate the Japanese GP 2007

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Rate the Janasese GP (2007)

10 points: That was wonderful!
12
27%
9 points: I loved it!
9
20%
8 points: Oh that was great!
10
22%
7 points: It was pretty good.
4
9%
6 points: It wasn't bad.
3
7%
5 points: Eh there where parts that weren't very good, though!
2
4%
4 points: It could have been a lot better.
1
2%
3 points: I didn't really like it
0
No votes
2 points: It was aweful!
1
2%
1 point: Bad
3
7%
 
Total votes: 45

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by Zack » 30 Sep 2007, 15:15

1-best driver - weber..vettel..heikki
2-best team - Red Bull
3-best overtaking - Massa-kubica ... Kimi - david
4-best moment - Alonso crashes :@:2
5-worst driver & worst team - Alonso & Toyota
6-best rookie - Vettel
7- the most surprising moment - Safety car IN under such unsafe foggy condition :|

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by color » 30 Sep 2007, 18:29

1-best driver - kimi
2-best team - none
3-best overtaking - dunno
4-best moment - Kubica / Massa battle
5-worst driver & worst team - Vettel & Toyota
6-best rookie - Kovalainen
7- the most surprising moment - Alonso's crash

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by HamiltonF1 » 30 Sep 2007, 18:36

1-best driver: Hamilton and Kimi
2-best team: Renault cuz there scoring the most points
3-best overtaking: Massa on Kubica at the end
4-best moment: Vetel P1 and than driving 3rd and Liuzzi driving 5th
5-worst driver & worst team: Super Aguri and Williams
6-best rookie: Lewis but Heiki also did a fantastic job, and don't forget Sutil bringing Spyker there first point.
7- the most surprising moment: The Accidint betwin Vetel and Webber what a shame.

Enjoyed couldn't watch it live cuz I was in Zandvoort watching A1GP but I taped it and than watched. It was such a nice race dont have words for it :)
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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by SHINLAZER » 30 Sep 2007, 18:41

1-best driver -> Lewis Hamilton !yahoo: Flag:##
2-best team -> IGN Renault F1 !cool!!!!
3-best overtaking -> Kimi Raikkonen over Ralf $peace
4-best moment -> Final Battle Between Kubica and Massa :rule#
5-worst driver & worst team -> Sakon Yamamoto & Williams Toyota &doh
6-best rookie -> Heikki Kovalainen @Beer & Lewis Hamilton :shhh:
7- the most surprising moment -> Alonso's Accident #Fear
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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by McLaren-F1 » 30 Sep 2007, 18:56

1-best driver - Lewis HAmilton
2-best team - Vodafone McLaren Mercedes
3-best overtaking - Massa on Kubica
4-best moment - Kubica-Massa battle
5-worst driver & worst team - Sebastian Vetten and Toyota
6-best rookie - Kovalainen
7-The most surprising moment - Alonso's crash
4ever McLaren...

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by Earth » 30 Sep 2007, 19:45

1 - best driver : Jenson
2 - best team : Renault :T:@
3 - best overtaking : Massa on Kubica
4 - best moment : Battle Massa - Kubica
5 - worst driver & worst team : Takuma Sato and Super Aguri
6 - best rookie : Vettel and Kovalainen
7- the most surprising moment : Jenson lost a wing ::oops:;
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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by Dark Templar » 30 Sep 2007, 20:00

1- ---
2-Renault
3-Massa/Kubica
4-Kubica vs. Massa
5-Schumacher & Toyota
6-Kovalainen
7-PENALTY 4 KUBICA :O!!!! :huh: :huh: :huh: :huh: #Fear #Fear ''hmm'' :(

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by dazmoffman » 30 Sep 2007, 22:12

1-best driver - Hamilton Flag:##
2-best team - Renault, was not expecting that
3-best overtaking - Massa-Kubica i could bearly watch into that last corner
4-best moment - Alot of over taking for once
5-worst driver & worst team - Tough one.... Ralph, he should be doing better. Ferrari they used massa for pit crew practice they forgot he was trying to race.
6-best rookie - It would of been vettel but now its kovi.
7- the most surprising moment - Alonso crash and ferrari making massa pit so many, why?

i rated this race a 9 it was good coverage could have been better but it was definatly good i have watched it twice already.
Massa WDC is now over, alonso is going to have to dig deep now to pull a rabbit out of his hat to win overall but i am certainly not going to wright him off,Kimi may have to fight it out with alonso to finish 2nd in WDC if hamilton finishes in the points above alonso next week.

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by F1_Maniac » 01 Oct 2007, 00:04

1-Raikkonen!!!! hands down.... after the messy tire changes he started 21st!!!
2-Red Bull and Toro Roso. the bulls really were charging
3-best overtaking
4- MASSA VS KUBICA
5-Massa (spun all over, one of the worst wet F1 racers) & worst team
6-HEKKI and vettel
7- Hekki bein second

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by kimi_VK » 01 Oct 2007, 03:03

1-best driver - Kimi Räikkönen & Heikki Kovalainen
2-best team - Ferrari & Renault
3-best overtaking - Räikkönen over Coulthard & Massa over Kubica
4-best moment - Kimi and Heikki battle in the last lap
5-worst driver & worst team - Vettel & Toyota
6-best rookie - Kovalainen
7- the most surprising moment - Alonsos crash

Over all is the Japan Fuji circuit is very bad...unsafety!!!!!
Hope not in F1 circuit list anymore on next year!!!!

I preffer Suzuka circuit....

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by phoenix86 » 01 Oct 2007, 06:18

this race was amazing! ... i wish vettel would have kept things togaether and not crashed out, although in my opinion he would have been passed by kimi anyways... and i wish massa would have gotten infront of kovalinen to slow him down so kimi could catch up to him, pass and take 2nd with massa in 3rd by letting kimi pass by having an off track experience....

... however! that kind of race would have had us miss that amazing fight between massa and kubica, just outstanding fighting.

great run by hamilton too

1-best driver - Kimi Räikkönen & Heikki Kovalainen & Hamilton & Massa
2-best team - Ferrari
3-best overtaking - Räikkönen over Coulthard & Massa over Kubica
4-best moment - Hamilton being hit by hiedfeld and still winning the race, kid cant stop
5-worst driver & worst team - ralph schumacher - alonso & toyota... vettel just made a stupid mistake
6-best rookie - Kovalainen & Hamilton
7- the most surprising moment - Alonso & vettel crash.... then the massa-kubica fight

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by WDC » 01 Oct 2007, 07:00

just about the worst race of the season!
it should never have started to begin with... and suzuka is much better $peace

1-best driver - Kimi Räikkönen, he is a real fighter!
2-best team - Ferrari, did well despite having their raced compromised by stupid stewards!
3-best overtaking - Massa over Kubica, was dirty though.
4-best moment - there wasnt!
5-worst driver & worst team - ralph schumacher for his efforts in qualifying! no team was the worst though... they all put up with the horrible conditions.
6-best rookie - Kovalainen and only kovalainen! congrats on the first podium!
7- the most surprising moment - kubica not doing a good enough job on hamilton!
Thankyou Schumi you will always have a place in our hearts!
Michael Schumacher- 7 volte Campione del mondo!
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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by falstar » 01 Oct 2007, 08:58

1-best driver - Kimmi
2-best team - Ferrari
3-best overtaking - Massa/Kubica - whole last lap
5-worst driver & worst team - dissapointing Honda and Toyota
6-best rookie - Kovalainen
7- the most surprising moment - Kubica given pit lane penalty

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by TommyBellingham » 01 Oct 2007, 15:45

donald29 wrote:
maltafan wrote:4-best moment - Ferrari penalised for not obeying F1 rules


they didn't receive the e mail until 7 minutes into the race. The FIA helping Hamilton? ''hmm''


Neh Ferrari always try and bend the rules a bit

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Re: Rate the Japanese GP 2007

Post by maltafan » 01 Oct 2007, 20:04

TommyBellingham wrote:
donald29 wrote:
maltafan wrote:4-best moment - Ferrari penalised for not obeying F1 rules


they didn't receive the e mail until 7 minutes into the race. The FIA helping Hamilton? ''hmm''


Neh Ferrari always try and bend the rules a bit


1. e mail was sent to everyone at 12.37, that is almost an hour before the race
2. A couple of minutes before the race started, Todt was chatting to the Bridgestone head, and it was impossible to mention it
3. Whiting was on the grid uncovering tyres to see what tyres the team used. I dunno how he didn't look at the Ferrari ones
4. I think they did Ferrari a favour by calling their cars in for tyre changes, as by then Kimi and massa had already spinned once each when the Safety car was out, so imagine what they could have done when the safety car returned to the pitlane.


Are you still convinced that the FIA didn't inform Ferrari?
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