Who Will break Patrese's Record?

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Who Will break Patrese's Record?

A) BARRICHELLO
12
52%
B) COULTHARD
8
35%
C) FISICHELLA
3
13%
 
Total votes: 23

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Post by formulaonemadman » 21 Apr 2007, 21:04

gutobr wrote:
formulaonemadman wrote:i thought it was 256 starts for pataresse :-k

Number of GP: 257
Number of starts: 256
Source F1DATABASE :-k


smart ass :evil: :mrgreen: !!!!!!!!!!
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Post by gutobr » 21 Apr 2007, 21:12

formulaonemadman wrote:
gutobr wrote:
formulaonemadman wrote:i thought it was 256 starts for pataresse :-k

Number of GP: 257
Number of starts: 256
Source F1DATABASE :-k


smart ass :evil: :mrgreen: !!!!!!!!!!
Yellow_Colorz_PDT_46 :mrgreen:

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Post by formulaonemadman » 21 Apr 2007, 21:15

i could go on forever :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

nah-im only joking!
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Post by gutobr » 21 Apr 2007, 21:19

Me too... Yellow_Colorz_PDT_46 :mrgreen: , just kidding.. :D

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Post by nelmesy16 » 22 Apr 2007, 03:25

i think this topic is nearly finished lol :lol:
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Post by basic86 » 27 Apr 2007, 07:02

May depends on Coulthard or Rubens. I think it's Rubens tho
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Post by Dark_Fisico » 29 Apr 2007, 09:52

From F1-Live.com

Giancarlo Fisichella says he wants to stick around in Formula One for at least four more years.

The Italian, although enduring a difficult season for Renault so far in 2007, is setting his sights on countryman Riccardo Patrese's long-standing record of 256 grands prix.

Already a ten-year veteran with more than 180 races under his belt, surpassing Patrese's record would see Fisichella appearing on the grid beyond 2011.

He told Gulf News: "I want to beat the world record before I consider leaving the circuit."

Fisichella said he also hoped to see out his career at Renault, even though test driver Nelson Piquet Jr is impatiently eyeing the seat.


The Roman, who has also driven for Minardi, Jordan and Sauber, explained: "I will hopefully retire while competing for Renault because they are the best team I have had."

Just saw this on another forum and thought seeing we were talking about it I'd share it :mrgreen: ...

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Post by Steve18021991 » 02 May 2007, 16:23

I think that Fisichella will, cause at the moment he is still racing for the Renault team. He could still have a big future... (but i doubt it)

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Post by Flavio_F1 » 14 May 2007, 15:20

I think Barrichello, as I heard from yesterday´s Tv transmission, he said that he´s guaranteed to the next season. As for Coulthard, nothing is guaranteed

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Post by Dark_Fisico » 14 May 2007, 21:27

By the looks of how they are driving all three of them have a chance...

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Post by gutobr » 17 May 2007, 02:16

Flavio_F1 wrote:I think Barrichello, as I heard from yesterday´s Tv transmission, he said that he´s guaranteed to the next season. As for Coulthard, nothing is guaranteed

Hi, countryman, welcome!! "Frei Galvão"...:frown: told sunday that Barrichello is guaranteed to the next season...but who knows? I hope so. :D

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Post by ODDBA11 » 23 May 2007, 13:00

heres an idea, m schumachers closest behind patrese. i think hed only need one comeback season to beat him. Nevertheless i picked coulthard cos i think hes got more motivation to stay and the team is more likely to keep him - in my opinion anyway.

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Post by BANANAGP » 23 May 2007, 15:01

gutobr wrote:
Flavio_F1 wrote:I think Barrichello, as I heard from yesterday´s Tv transmission, he said that he´s guaranteed to the next season. As for Coulthard, nothing is guaranteed

Hi, countryman, welcome!! "Frei Galvão"...:frown: told sunday that Barrichello is guaranteed to the next season...but who knows? I hope so. :D


Guaranteed to be at Honda next season!? Is that a blessing or a curse?

It breaks my heart to see him hug Massa after Massa's race wins... IT COULD'VE BEEN YOU!


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I drove for Ferrari for six long tough years and I am very grateful to them, for the team helped me achieve two second place championships, nine victories, twenty-five second place finishes, and twenty-one third place finishes – not mentioning, the pole positions, the fastest laps, and the five constructor titles that I had helped them win. I learned a lot with them and from Schumacher too. I am leaving Ferrari very eager for the future. I feel like I am breaking Formula 1 patterns again. At 33, I feel more competitive than ever. And for the first time, there is a real opportunity for me to improve on what was already good so that now I can reach my fourth objective: a Formula 1 title.


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Post by janneman29 » 25 May 2007, 17:46

I think no one from the current drivers will achieve that. They are to old to be in this competetive competition.

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Post by Dark_Fisico » 25 May 2007, 20:38

You say that but you never know... Just because they are old doesn't mean they will leave... Lots of old sports men get to stay in their chosen sport for long after people said they are too old...

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