Grand Prix du Canada 2010

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Who will win the 2010 Grand Prix du Canada?

Poll ended at 13 Jun 2010, 14:35

Mark Webber
6
10%
Jenson Button
7
11%
Lewis Hamilton
25
40%
Fernando Alonso
3
5%
Sebastian Vettel
5
8%
Robert Kubica
6
10%
Felipe Massa
4
6%
Nico Rosberg
1
2%
Michael Schumacher
6
10%
Adrian Sutil
0
No votes
Other
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 63

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by alex1369 » 13 Jun 2010, 20:37

shailf1 wrote:
phil1993 wrote:Massa given a 20s penalty for speeding in the pits. Drops him to 17th

no he stays 15th i think, he was a lap ahead of the next guy.


it doesnt matter where he finished cuz 1 thing is for sure - he didnt finished in points position

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by Zack » 14 Jun 2010, 05:49

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:lol: ... Alonso was quite passive on podium ...*trauma* button too overtook him :lol: ...it was defend-able; he turned left after passing karun ...that was mistake!
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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by swca92 » 14 Jun 2010, 07:56

Michael Schumacher wasn't penalised then - I find that outrageous, frankly I thought the guy drove like a hooligan or like he was playing GP4 with the damage turned off. Compared to what Kubica got penalised for, Schumi should have been punished severely. Its a joke really he got away from that race scot-free.

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by Zack » 14 Jun 2010, 09:31

swca92 wrote:Michael Schumacher wasn't penalised then - I find that outrageous, frankly I thought the guy drove like a hooligan or like he was playing GP4 with the damage turned off. Compared to what Kubica got penalised for, Schumi should have been punished severely. Its a joke really he got away from that race scot-free.

I can only suggest you to watch race once again :O ..just hard racing in all cases :)

I'm not his fan- still I loved the way he drove in Canada. I loved his determination- it was the Old Schumi! Drivers who "give way" to passing are not racing drivers - they should find another job at public transportation.
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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by shailf1 » 14 Jun 2010, 09:54

Zack wrote:
Liffonmelsmork wrote:Image

:lol: ... Alonso was quite passive on podium ...*trauma* button too overtook him :lol: ...it was defend-able; he turned left after passing karun ...that was mistake!

to be honest i think alonso should have won, he lost both position with traffic. looking at ferari's response to the gp in ferrari.com, nobody is happy with the result.

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by Zack » 14 Jun 2010, 10:34

shailf1 wrote:
Zack wrote:
Liffonmelsmork wrote:Image

:lol: ... Alonso was quite passive on podium ...*trauma* button too overtook him :lol: ...it was defend-able; he turned left after passing karun ...that was mistake!

to be honest i think alonso should have won, he lost both position with traffic. looking at ferari's response to the gp in ferrari.com, nobody is happy with the result.

My guess is Mclaren still had some extra reserved.
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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by phil1993 » 14 Jun 2010, 16:48

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by alhendi » 14 Jun 2010, 18:55

What a race, but only two things ruined it; the traffic ahead of Alonso and RBR strategy. It seems that Ferrari back to the HUNT.

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by Tom Vandenhove » 14 Jun 2010, 18:57

Good review, Phil. Althought I would have given Petrov a 4 and Kubica a 6. Petrov deserves more as the start accident wasn't completely his fault and Michael was far worse. (at least for his standarts) Kubica deserves less in my opninion because he drove a bit too aggresive, especially in his battle with Adrian Sutil.

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by alhendi » 14 Jun 2010, 19:00

Or should I say Alonso instead of Ferrari?

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by alhendi » 14 Jun 2010, 19:02

Tom Vandenhove wrote:Good review, Phil. Althought I would have given Petrov a 4 and Kubica a 6. Petrov deserves more as the start accident wasn't completely his fault and Michael was far worse. (at least for his standarts) Kubica deserves less in my opninion because he drove a bit too aggresive, especially in his battle with Adrian Sutil.


Kubica done less than the usual he offers us, but still he did a good job. Sutil was breaking and Kubica was not to enter the pit. it was logical but with high risk.

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by sdutt » 14 Jun 2010, 19:05

Thhat move by Kubica reminded me of F1 2000 game where people just go straight on into the pits irrepective of who is in front :lol: (thus having a good collision)
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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by RagingJamaican » 14 Jun 2010, 19:44

sdutt wrote:Thhat move by Kubica reminded me of F1 2000 game where people just go straight on into the pits irrepective of who is in front :lol: (thus having a good collision)


Hahaha :lol: thats what i used to do

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Re: Grand Prix du Canada 2010

Post by AHAHAH » 14 Jun 2010, 22:15

Tom Vandenhove wrote:Good review, Phil. Althought I would have given Petrov a 4 and Kubica a 6. Petrov deserves more as the start accident wasn't completely his fault and Michael was far worse. (at least for his standarts) Kubica deserves less in my opninion because he drove a bit too aggresive, especially in his battle with Adrian Sutil.


I dont understand why you say Michael deserves less? He has make a brilliant start with powerful time. After, he has pit, he has had some racing with Robert, he pitted again because of this fight, he came back on track, he has made near 40!!! laps with soft tyres, and Massa has tried a stupid move on him.
So he has made an average race.

And what do you prefer : an "agressive" driver who take risk and make the show (Schumacher, Hamilton), or a gay who never take risk, never overtake and only want to score points (Massa, Rosberg)?

I wait for your answer...

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