Rate the Bahrain Grand Prix (2007)

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Rate the Bahrain Grand Prix (2007)

10 points: That was wonderful!
7
20%
9 points: I loved it!
6
17%
8 points: Oh that was great!
5
14%
7 points: It was pretty good.
6
17%
6 points: It wasn't bad.
4
11%
5 points: Eh there where parts that weren't very good, though!
2
6%
4 points: It could have been a lot better.
2
6%
3 points: I didn't really like it
1
3%
2 points: It was aweful!
2
6%
1 point: Bad! Bad!
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Post by Silver Shadow » 15 Apr 2007, 21:16

1- Best driver: Kimi Raikkonen
2- Best team: tied between Ferrari and BMW
3- Best overtaking: I think it was simply Nicky Heidfeld on Alonso
4- Best moment: When Heidfeld passed Alonso (I'm a Kimi fan!)
5- Worst driver and worst team: Spyker and Adrian Sutil, he has a lot to learn
6- Best rookie: As much as I don't want to judge rookies, I'll say Lewis Hamilton for now
7- Most surprising moment: When Kimi lost 3rd to Alonso in the first corner.
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Post by The Immortal Dragon » 15 Apr 2007, 21:19

Silver Shadow wrote:1- Best driver: Kimi Raikkonen


Kimi best driver of the race? [-(
He just lost one position at the start to regain it in the first pit.
That was the race of Kimi.

(I'm a Ferrari fan, but Kimi have done a colourless race. His face on the podium said that too. He knew that.)
2000 - San Marino (Friday)
2001 - San Marino (Saturday)
2003 - Italy (Sunday)
2008 - Great Britain (Sunday)
2009 - Great Britain (Friday)
2010 - Great Britain (Sunday)
2011 - Belgium (Sunday)
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Post by Silver Shadow » 15 Apr 2007, 21:40

I find that the chase is more interesting than the catch. I prefer to watch Kimi chase down a potential leader. I find that the face on the podium is more rewarding if the podium position was lost then earned back, but that's just me.
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Post by nelmesy16 » 16 Apr 2007, 04:28

i like your signature silver shadow :D
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Post by lucian » 16 Apr 2007, 08:19

1-best driver: Massa, who recovered from just a week ago when he made a rookie mistake but now showed his strength and also beat Kimi
2-best team: Ferrari, the clear dominant team in this race
3-best overtaking: DC on Fisichella in the final corner
4-best moment: Raikkonen getting in front of Alonso after the first pit stop
5-worst driver & worst team: Ralph Schumacher, RBR
6-best rookie: Hamilton, although the term 'rookie' doesn't suit him well
7- the most surprising moment: Heidfeld passing Alonso in a clean way
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Post by gutobr » 16 Apr 2007, 11:43

1-best driver: Felipe Massa )
2-best team: Ferrari
3-best overtaking: Heidfeld on Alonso
4-best moment: ????????????????
5-worst driver & worst team: Ralf Schumacher & Spyker
6-best rookie: Hamilton
7-the most surprising moment: Heidfeld passing Alonso

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Post by nelmesy16 » 17 Apr 2007, 05:21

ralf was so slow this weekend, couldnt even keep up with trulli all weekend! :-s
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Post by maltafan » 17 Apr 2007, 20:07

ermm, Trulli did a great race in my opinion, according to the standard of his machinery. I heard him being interviewed, just after the race and he was very happy cause he did a great and exciting race, battling for points with Fisichella, Wurz and previously the Red Bulls
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Post by Silver Shadow » 17 Apr 2007, 21:54

nelmesy16 wrote:i like your signature silver shadow :D

Thanks! When I get a bit of time, I'll try and make that into a motivational poster...
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Post by gutobr » 17 Apr 2007, 23:30

maltafan wrote:ermm, Trulli did a great race in my opinion, according to the standard of his machinery. I heard him being interviewed, just after the race and he was very happy cause he did a great and exciting race, battling for points with Fisichella, Wurz and previously the Red Bulls

My "old" friend :D, don't you think that Nico was excessively aggressive , some out of track, hard on breaks, etc. in Bahrain ? :-k
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Post by shadow_girl26 » 18 Apr 2007, 02:03

1-best driver --------> Felipe Massa
2-best team ---------> Scuderia Ferrari
3-best overtaking -------> Nick Heidfeld overtakes Fernando Alonso
4-best moment ---------> Kimi Räikkönen pass Fernando ALonso in pitstop
5-worst driver & worst team ------> Scott Speed & Honda
6-best rookie --------> Lewis Hamilton
7- the most surprising moment ------------->Nick Heidfeld overtakes Fernando Alonso =D> =D>
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Post by nelmesy16 » 18 Apr 2007, 04:55

Silver Shadow wrote:
nelmesy16 wrote:i like your signature silver shadow :D

Thanks! When I get a bit of time, I'll try and make that into a motivational poster...


that will be cool :D as im aussie too i dont like webber and when i saw your signature i just thought the same thing :lol:
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Post by maltafan » 18 Apr 2007, 15:29

gutobr wrote:
maltafan wrote:ermm, Trulli did a great race in my opinion, according to the standard of his machinery. I heard him being interviewed, just after the race and he was very happy cause he did a great and exciting race, battling for points with Fisichella, Wurz and previously the Red Bulls

My "old" friend :D, don't you think that Nico was excessively aggressive , some out of track, hard on breaks, etc. in Bahrain ? :-k
yes I think so. He was very disappointing in Bahrain
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Post by iceman1 » 18 Apr 2007, 15:46

It wasn't bad., specially in the back of the field, many good battles. Bahrain proves again to be a track where overtaking is possible.

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Post by nelmesy16 » 19 Apr 2007, 11:02

everywhere is possible! its just because of the road maybe isnt wide enough! :-k
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