BMW to take on Big Two

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BMW to take on Big Two

Post by reyhan » 13 Mar 2008, 09:40

I think that BMW is yet to show their real pace

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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by Sanredrose » 13 Mar 2008, 13:49

They might be a good touring car .. but i doubt whether they can take on ferrari & mclaren ...

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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by color » 13 Mar 2008, 14:06

sanredrose wrote:but i doubt whether they can take on ferrari & mclaren ...


yeah, now everyone is 100% convinced &doh

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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by Ali » 13 Mar 2008, 17:45

Well, I have always had this question about BMW Team and been waiting for a topic of BMW to be opened :)

It's my question: Why do we call this team as "BMW Sauber" instead of "Sauber BMW" as the motor supplier must come before the chasis manufacturer like McLaren Mercedes and in old times Williams Renault/BMW, Jordan-Mugen Honda.
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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by color » 13 Mar 2008, 17:58

xyneid wrote:Well, I have always had this question about BMW Team and been waiting for a topic of BMW to be opened :)

It's my question: Why do we call this team as "BMW Sauber" instead of "Sauber BMW" as the motor supplier must come before the chasis manufacturer like McLaren Mercedes and in old times Williams Renault/BMW, Jordan-Mugen Honda.


It's simple - BMW owns the team. They keep "Sauber" name so far, but not for long. Next season you will most likely see just "BMW".

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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by Ali » 13 Mar 2008, 18:01

It's simple - BMW owns the team. They keep "Sauber" name so far, but not for long. Next season you will most likely see just "BMW".[/quote]
Hmm thank you very much. Now I can sleep at nights :)
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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by reyhan » 13 Mar 2008, 22:37

I would really love to see at least three teams equaly fighting for wins, much more interesting
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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by metalhead188 » 14 Mar 2008, 01:01

when they figure out the new areo then they can contest

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Re: BMW to take on Big Two

Post by reyhan » 15 Mar 2008, 12:00

sanredrose wrote:They might be a good touring car .. but i doubt whether they can take on ferrari & mclaren ...

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