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Who will win the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix?
Poll ended at 03 Apr 2010, 19:33
Fernando Alonso 24%  24%  [ 16 ]
Felipe Massa 9%  9%  [ 6 ]
Jenson Button 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Lewis Hamilton 16%  16%  [ 11 ]
Nico Rosberg 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Robert Kubica 6%  6%  [ 4 ]
Sebastian Vettel 34%  34%  [ 23 ]
Michael Schumacher 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Vitantonio Liuzzi 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Mark Webber 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Rubens Barrichello 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Other 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Total votes : 67
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 Post subject: 2010 Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix
PostPosted: 28 Mar 2010, 19:33  
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2010 MALAYSIAN GRAND PRIX

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Fri 02 April 2010
Practice 1    03:00 - 04:30
Practice 2    07:00 - 08:30
Sat 03 April 2010
Practice 3    06:00 - 07:00
Qualifying    09:00
Sun 04 April 2010
Race    09:00

All times BST (GMT +1)


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01     Fernando Alonso     37
02    Felipe Massa    33
03    Jenson Button    31
04    Lewis Hamilton    23
05    Nico Rosberg    20
06    Robert Kubica    18
07    Sebastian Vettel    12
08    Michael Schumacher    9
09    Vitantonio Liuzzi    8
10    Mark Webber    6
11    Rubens Barrichello 5


Code:
01     Ferrari     70
02    McLaren-Mercedes    54
03    Mercedes GP    29
04    Renault    18
05    RBR-Renault    18
06    Force India-Mercedes    8
07    Williams-Cosworth    5
08    STR-Ferrari    0
09    BMW Sauber-Ferrari    0
10    Lotus-Cosworth    0


:!: Prediction competition
:!: Weather: TBA, probably heavy showers likely

- Fauzy will probably drive the Lotus during one of Friday's practice session

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A traditionally difficult circuit for McLaren. I think no podium this time for the Woking-based squad. Ferrari and Red Bull will be on the podium. Have to see who'll have the edge in the practices. And McLaren will maybe get a 4th place.

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Vettel for the win this time!!!

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yeah I agree its high time for Vettel to win

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Deja-vu anyone? :lol:

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RBR are not worried about their reliability :lol:

Well, I would be worried if I were them, they should have had 2 victories already!

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Currently I'm stayed 30miles to the north of sepang race track.And in one week, at my place almost 3 to 4 days rains fall heavily (sometime with thunderstorm) around 5-6 o'clock at local time in the evening.

So i'm looking forward to see another wet race but please..not too much shower,last year is %^&$#@%^&***!!!
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JoostLamers wrote:
RBR are not worried about their reliability :lol:
Well, I would be worried if I were them, they should have had 2 victories already!


and as of most recent seasons, championships have been won in the early stages of the season. (or have been lost because of poor season stars)

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Red Bull, Ferrari track, Red Bull, Ferrari win. That's how I think it'll be this weekend
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JoostLamers wrote:
RBR are not worried about their reliability :lol:
Well, I would be worried if I were them, they should have had 2 victories already!


and as of most recent seasons, championships have been won in the early stages of the season. (or have been lost because of poor season stars)

Very much, they quickly have to start with collecting points..

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McLaren may well go quite handy here - their top speed has been good (LH was 5kph faster than anyone through the speed trap) and the track is quite similar to Australia in terms of corner speed composition. They only struggled in Bahrain through the twisty S2, they were fine in S1 and S3...

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I fear another Bahrain coming....
Vettel for pole and if nothing goes wrong this time, then he'll win.
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McLaren may well go quite handy here - their top speed has been good (LH was 5kph faster than anyone through the speed trap) and the track is quite similar to Australia in terms of corner speed composition. They only struggled in Bahrain through the twisty S2, they were fine in S1 and S3...

But McLaren was always known as the best team in the slow corners (at Monaco and Hungary they ALWAYS do/did well).. Will this means they have a completely different car compared to other years?

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5&6 plus 12&13 would probably give mclaren big time headaches (?!?!?!) but hopefully not........:)

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JoostLamers wrote:
phil1993 wrote:
McLaren may well go quite handy here - their top speed has been good (LH was 5kph faster than anyone through the speed trap) and the track is quite similar to Australia in terms of corner speed composition. They only struggled in Bahrain through the twisty S2, they were fine in S1 and S3...

But McLaren was always known as the best team in the slow corners (at Monaco and Hungary they ALWAYS do/did well).. Will this means they have a completely different car compared to other years?


Their car seems very long (I know they all are compared to '09) but even so... Compare to the Virgin VR-01 which is very short and should work well around Monaco + Hungary. Button goes well in Malaysia as well - nearly got a podium in 2002, 3rd in 2004, 3rd in 2006, won in 2009.

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