2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

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Is 2008 better than 2007?

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by megasyxx » 25 Sep 2008, 16:36

Zack wrote:TBH ..i almost lost 60% interest in F1 after 2006 :p

2007 vs 2008 ... probably 2007 was better ..i just love the drama ..spy saga & Mclaren fights within! & Awesome finale :)

MrPonx wrote:GOOO MAAASSSAAAAAAAAAAAAAA....... and crash out with Hamilton in two races so Kimi can win

GOOO Hamilton....... and take Massa out :O


just wait.....for this year, we may see ferrari fights within!

GOOO Hamilton...... and take Massa and Raikkonen out > so Kubica, Heidfeld or
Kovy can inch closer to the lead :) :) :)
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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by Zack » 25 Sep 2008, 17:38

Fergie1 wrote:The decider was better than this years (lets face it, it will be between Hamilton and Massa.) This years scandal was better with Max rather than the spy saga. :p
Not everyone saw that! ..do you have uncensored version? :p

megasyxx wrote:
Zack wrote: ...
GOOO Hamilton....... and take Massa out :O


just wait.....for this year, we may see ferrari fights within!

GOOO Hamilton...... and take Massa and Raikkonen out > so Kubica, Heidfeld or
Kovy can inch closer to the lead :) :) :)

lolz naah after that it will be only within Massa & Kubica :n
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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by kimi and mika » 25 Sep 2008, 19:59

I say even, I liked last year, Kimi's comeback, this year it will be a streight fight so less exciting and the drivers at the top arn't as good but that's just me. This year the races have been better but the championship has not (atm)
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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by MrPonx » 25 Sep 2008, 20:58

This year misses Alonso, we need him in a better car ASAP

hopefully next year we'll see Renault, Redbull and BMW fighting for wins alongside Ferrari and McLaren

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by TwistedArmco » 25 Sep 2008, 21:14

Alonso is sorely missed this year, but the variety of points-scorers, winners, podium sitters and pole-setters more than makes up for it.

And you know, as Schumi fans will tell you, it's kind of heartening seeing your guy really working for his results.
IMHO the Renault R28 has more problems than the Ferrari F310, and there is no doubt that Alonso transcends his car. 4th place is like a podium to Alonso and his fans now, but boy am I happy when that does happen.
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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by Fergie1 » 25 Sep 2008, 22:35

Zack wrote:
Fergie1 wrote:The decider was better than this years (lets face it, it will be between Hamilton and Massa.) This years scandal was better with Max rather than the spy saga. :p
Not everyone saw that! ..do you have uncensored version? :p

megasyxx wrote:
Zack wrote: ...
GOOO Hamilton....... and take Massa out :O


just wait.....for this year, we may see ferrari fights within!

GOOO Hamilton...... and take Massa and Raikkonen out > so Kubica, Heidfeld or
Kovy can inch closer to the lead :) :) :)

lolz naah after that it will be only within Massa & Kubica :n

*projectile vomits onto monitor*

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by MrPonx » 28 Sep 2008, 14:26

updated after singapore GP

stunning win for Alonso...

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by anishdudecool » 28 Sep 2008, 15:12

It Because Lewis Hamilton will win this year because he 6 points ahead of massa with 3 races left

Even if Massa finish 1st in all 3 races and Lewis Hamilton Finish 2nd in all 3 races

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by MrPonx » 29 Sep 2008, 04:50

anishdudecool wrote:It Because Lewis Hamilton will win this year because he 6 points ahead of massa with 3 races left

Even if Massa finish 1st in all 3 races and Lewis Hamilton Finish 2nd in all 3 races


REALLY!!?? :huh: :huh: :huh:

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by shailf1 » 29 Sep 2008, 07:47

MrPonx wrote:
anishdudecool wrote:It Because Lewis Hamilton will win this year because he 6 points ahead of massa with 3 races left

Even if Massa finish 1st in all 3 races and Lewis Hamilton Finish 2nd in all 3 races


REALLY!!?? :huh: :huh: :huh:

I think there is a driver called kimi driving for a ferrari.

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by syncmaster » 29 Sep 2008, 08:37

shail69 wrote:
MrPonx wrote:
anishdudecool wrote:It Because Lewis Hamilton will win this year because he 6 points ahead of massa with 3 races left

Even if Massa finish 1st in all 3 races and Lewis Hamilton Finish 2nd in all 3 races


REALLY!!?? :huh: :huh: :huh:

I think there is a driver called kimi driving for a ferrari.


Who also have a chance which a little bit possible.And kimmi is not a driver who is gonna just give away for team mate or to any one but with performance like last three races can he do better
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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by Ali » 29 Sep 2008, 10:45

Alonso is the 7th different winner of 2008 season, having the most number of different drivers on top of podiums since 2003, which saw 8 different winners. I hope Heidfeld will be the last but not the least winner of this season, if not Felipe.
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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by phil1993 » 29 Sep 2008, 16:12

Ideal situation is Japan = Hamilton/Raikkonen win, China = Heidfeld win and Ham wins title, Brazil = Hamilton and Massa uber-fight and Massa wins.

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by swca92 » 29 Sep 2008, 16:44

Although Heidfeld has had,I believe,6 2nd places in F1,he's never really come very close to actually winning a race.He's never,say,led the race with 10 laps to go and then broken down.Although I'd like him to win a race,I wouldn't shed tears if he didn't.This year I'd like Hamilton to win the title,he's fundamentally a better driver than Massa and after last year he deserves to win a championship.

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Re: 2008 >>>> 2007 although Kimi is not winning it this year

Post by MrPonx » 06 Oct 2008, 03:49

My prediction is that we'll see the two Ferrari's on the podium in the last three races, not sure if they'll achieve the 1&2 they're aiming for, but I hope they do

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