Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

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Predict 2008 WDC

Kimi Räikkönen (FIN)
44
42%
Felipe Massa (BR)
24
23%
Robert Kubica (PL)
16
15%
Nick Heidfeld (D)
0
No votes
Lewis Hamilton (GB)
22
21%
Fernando Alonso (E)
0
No votes
Heikki Kovalainen (FIN)
0
No votes
Other...
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 106

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by newtrex » 13 Jun 2008, 10:48

my heart says kimi but i think it will be BMW driver who will win it.. they god good lead... but ferrari are fast and improving.
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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by edugg » 13 Jun 2008, 11:02

For me is Hamilton's year

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by Dark Templar » 14 Jun 2008, 15:21

only 1 vote for Hamilton?

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by melody » 14 Jun 2008, 21:34

Dark Templar wrote:only 1 vote for Hamilton?


maybe the fans in this board only vote for their favorites and not for a realistic result... by the way: I think Kimi will do it again

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by Fergie1 » 14 Jun 2008, 21:52

I voted for Kimi. I would hope Hamilton but over a season Kimi tends to of had the overall pace if that makes sense.

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by blizzard » 16 Jun 2008, 21:35

I voted for Massa! I know it´s a bit unrealistic considering his unconsistency over the years, but I would love to see another brazilian as F1 champion. He´s a decent driver as well, maybe the best qualifier on the grid together with hamilton.

I don´t think it will be Kimi´s year and if Hamilton continues to make mistakes he´ll see his chances disappear for sure...
Kubica is on fire but that BMW is no championship material yet..
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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by f1freak » 17 Jun 2008, 07:43

I think Kimi can take it.But looking at the points position after canada it is a very close call.There are 4 drivers who can make it.Kimi-Massa-Lewis & Kubica.Becuase nowadays there is more luck involved in winning races due to the SC rules. So we will have to wait till the last 4-5 races are left in the season to see who is in a stronger position.

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by Kimi_F1 » 17 Jun 2008, 08:14

I definitely want to say that Kimi is going to be W.C. once again but I don' know for sure. It' s a diffycult question that I would like to answer it a bit later.

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by JoostLamers » 17 Jun 2008, 09:04

Think Hamilton or Kimi, Kubica is absolutely chanceless. My vote goes to Hamilton, because I think he will get it on the rails again. Hopefully he'll win Hungary, the street circuits (Singapore an Valencia) and Monza (Which I will visit)...
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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by alonso5 » 17 Jun 2008, 15:20

i think kimi will win unless felipe stops making mistakes

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by Sanredrose » 17 Jun 2008, 19:50

color wrote:
mjrn wrote:I think that the world title will be between Hamilton, Raikkonen and Kubica.


well you can eliminate Kubi out of the equation, 'cause Dr T. will now switch all his BMW resources towards 2009, having his objective (winning a GP) for this year secured last weekend... too bad for Kubi, as much as I love his driving - he will have his chance - BIG chance - next year. BMW's next objective? WDC and WCC for 2009. and they have the resources to do that.
and beyond any doubt - BMW WILL DO OR PAY whatever it takes to keep Kubi.

Between Kimi and Hammy - it is anybody's guess...


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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by Sanredrose » 17 Jun 2008, 19:51

joostlamers wrote:Think Hamilton or Kimi, Kubica is absolutely chanceless. My vote goes to Hamilton, because I think he will get it on the rails again. Hopefully he'll win Hungary, the street circuits (Singapore an Valencia) and Monza (Which I will visit)...


Catch some nice pics frm Monza for all of us !

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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by kimifantuga » 17 Jun 2008, 20:53

my heart say kimi, my head say kimi and what i saw in the first 7 races i still think kimi will be champion:)
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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by eleanor » 18 Jun 2008, 20:04

this is massa's year... he is good now at pole positions and starts...
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Re: Whos going to be 2008 World Champion ?

Post by shailf1 » 18 Jun 2008, 20:30

massa also has chances this season. look at his performance. his qualifying performance before canada

australia 4th
malayasia pole
bahrain 2nd
spain 3rd
turkey pole
monaco pole

and he has shown better consistency after the first two races.

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