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PostPosted: 29 Aug 2010, 14:02  
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I cannot believe that Alonso's car survived Rubens' impact

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I think McLaren absolutely have to back Hamilton know, because unlike the Vettel-Webber battle, Button doesn't have the pure pace Hamilton has.


Yes. This is the part of the season where team orders start to come in.

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wow vettel admits, that it was his fault

Vettel's move resembles with Raikkonen's in Monaco 08.

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 Post subject: Re: 2010 Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix
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gokul009 wrote:
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Ali wrote:
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wow vettel admits, that it was his fault

Vettel's move resembles with Raikkonen's in Monaco 08.
Yeah, looks like it. Just lost traction after too aggressive steering wheel turn. :( Stewards definitely have brain damage penalizing for such unintended racing incident.


Raikkonen was driving a Ferrari, so he did not get penalized. I'd say if it was Massa or Alonso who did that, they would not have been penalized.
Do you recall any other cases when driver was penalized for unintended mistake&crash? Ferrari should not be named scapegoats in this particular case.

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phil1993 wrote:
I cannot believe that Alonso's car survived Rubens' impact

Right place, right time. :lol:
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wow what a race 10/10 my man wins :thumbsup: , it cant be better, and Vettel will never be a champion when he drives like this - he always wants the whole cake, he doesnt go piece by piece, no he wants it all and thats why he makes mistakes wich shouldnt happen

it was fantastic racing :) , Spa didnt let us down, and now im off to Monza to hopefully see my man winning again,

well done Lewis - fantastic performance :thumbsup: , even u took my breath away in turn 6 in the gravel, but u got lucky Flag:##

and now its Hamilton vs Webber for title
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Kubica ahead of Massa now; Sutil ahead of Schumi

ae u sure about massa and kubica, :zz: check again
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I cannot believe that Alonso's car survived Rubens' impact
Yeah, it was something close to miracle. The hit was really hard and came exactly into the rear axle.

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Alonso is a bad Kimi replacement :p
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Kubica ahead of Massa now; Sutil ahead of Schumi

ae u sure about massa and kubica, :zz: check again


Oop my bad, I meant Rosberg not Massa.

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I cannot believe that Alonso's car survived Rubens' impact
Yeah, it was something close to miracle. The hit was really hard and came exactly into the rear axle.


Wurz crashed in Massa in Fuji 07 and his car survived that too
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Alonso is a bad Kimi replacement :p


Yeah, Kimi only crashed with 2 laps to go, not 10!

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Alonso is a bad Kimi replacement :p


Yeah, Kimi only crashed with 2 laps to go, not 10!


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