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Who will win the European Grand Prix 2010?
Poll ended at 26 Jun 2010, 19:27
Lewis Hamilton 24%  24%  [ 12 ]
Jenson Button 8%  8%  [ 4 ]
Mark Webber 10%  10%  [ 5 ]
Fernando Alonso 24%  24%  [ 12 ]
Sebastian Vettel 18%  18%  [ 9 ]
Nico Rosberg 2%  2%  [ 1 ]
Robert Kubica 8%  8%  [ 4 ]
Felipe Massa 4%  4%  [ 2 ]
Michael Schumacher 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Adrian Sutil 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Vitantonio Liuzzi 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Rubens Barrichello 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Other 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 49
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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 11:56  
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you can again count that Force India will be strong in Spa and Monza, and Mercedes GP will only win if both RBR, Mclarens and Alonso retire
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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 11:59  
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I just hope we get to see different winning team... some one from Mercedes or Force India or Renault.

Force India won't win this season. And Mercedes and Renault will have to make big improvements. Podium places should be possible for both though. Especially Renault, they proved they can.

Ah well, maybe the race will be different than other years and it'll be a big crashfest. If that is how it will turn out, everything is possible.

Renault will go well at Singapore, Hungary and Abu Dhabi IMO

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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 15:55  
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Zack wrote:
I just hope we get to see different winning team... some one from Mercedes or Force India or Renault.


Mercedes - Unlikely
Renault - Only Kubica will do it and Valencia won't suit them too well
Force India - Well Kimi isn't here so maybe :lol:

It depends on the upgrades Ferrari bring. Red Bull will be better than in Canada but I think McLaren will have a slender advantage. If Ferrari's upgrades don't result in them being in the top three, their season is over.

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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 16:06  
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phil1993 wrote:
Zack wrote:
I just hope we get to see different winning team... some one from Mercedes or Force India or Renault.


Mercedes - Unlikely
Renault - Only Kubica will do it and Valencia won't suit them too well
Force India - Well Kimi isn't here so maybe :lol:

Last year, Renault were 6th on raceday and 1st in FP2. But they had Alonso. Force India were 1st during Saturday Practice and finished 10th with Sutil. So if you have to bet on last year, it's immensely hard ! I'd say Force India will be best here because both of their drivers are in a chance of scoring a top 5.
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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 16:09  
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2009 is not 2010 :O

Force India should have good downforce levels though.

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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 19:31  
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Even if he never raced on before, Schumacher expects performance improvement in Valencia: "I always have been quite good in adapting quickly to new situations and I strongly expect that to be the case in Valencia. I like going into new experiences like this and having detailed discussions with my engineers about the challenge. We will bring further updates for our car which should help to improve the performance."

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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2010, 19:42  
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phil1993 wrote:
Zack wrote:
I just hope we get to see different winning team... some one from Mercedes or Force India or Renault.


Mercedes - Unlikely
Renault - Only Kubica will do it and Valencia won't suit them too well
Force India - Well Kimi isn't here so maybe :lol:

It depends on the upgrades Ferrari bring. Red Bull will be better than in Canada but I think McLaren will have a slender advantage. If Ferrari's upgrades don't result in them being in the top three, their season is over.

i do think the Ferrari upgrades coming here are major ones. i have heard that its a complete different (B spec car)
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PostPosted: 19 Jun 2010, 06:04  
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Alonso testing new parts @ Fiorano : Filming :p

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PostPosted: 19 Jun 2010, 07:26  
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Red Bull F-duct is ready for Valencia
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Red Bull is bidding to return to dominance on the streets of Valencia next weekend by using an F-duct system.

With Red Bull earlier looking set to walk the 2010 title, McLaren crept onto the pace in Turkey and then leapt to the top of the championships with one-two victory in Canada last weekend.

Red Bull used its initial version of McLaren’s downforce-stalling F-duct concept in practice for the Turkish grand prix, but then decided to develop it further rather than take it to Canada.

Valencia, like the long straights and slow corners of Montreal, is another circuit that is expected to play into the hands of McLaren and the British team’s original F-duct.

Vettel was the highest placed Red Bull in Canada with just fourth place, but on Friday he said the North American round is now in the past so that the team can “fully concentrate” on Valencia.

“There, with the F-duct system we are getting an important part on the car,” he told Germany’s Auto Bild Motorsport.

“Our technical chief Adrian Newey did not come to Canada in order to put the finishing touches on the new system at the factory,” added the 22-year-old German.


It won't work :p
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PostPosted: 19 Jun 2010, 07:30  
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It won't work :p


Webber's fault then

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It won't work :p


Webber's fault then

okay Helmut Marko's friend :p

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Bridgestone say they will improve the show by offering the super-soft tyres at GPs where they would not normally be used

This could go into Ferrari's hands.
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phil1993 wrote:

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Bridgestone say they will improve the show by offering the super-soft tyres at GPs where they would not normally be used

This could go into Ferrari's hands.

specially massa who was hard time coping with hard tyres
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Bridgestone say they will improve the show by offering the super-soft tyres at GPs where they would not normally be used

This could go into Ferrari's hands.

specially massa who was hard time coping with hard tyres

Jenson will have nightmare

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Alonso testing new parts @ Fiorano : Filming :p


Umm, that's in-season testing; is it not?

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