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post #46 of 274

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You got that right, Raikonnen and Montoya are going to kick Schumacher's OLD ****!  ;D
post #47 of 274
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Let me take a deep breath first.....



By Monza, MS will have wrapped up the WDC. Raikonnen, Montoya and Rubino will be fighting over the scraps.
post #48 of 274

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We shall see soon enough  
post #49 of 274

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I have just witnessed a great event on television.  The new Ferrari flew across the screen.  First test run by the man.  New lap record at 58/59 seconds on the test track ;D.

Bring the car to Australia.  Schumi come on down!
post #50 of 274
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Observe the new front wing design:




Any of you lucky Aussies going to watch the GP in Melbourne?
post #51 of 274
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Aus Grid predictions...

Grid prediction Aus 2002:
  • 1>MS
  • 2>Montoya
  • 3>Raikkonen
  • 4>Rubens
  • 5>Ralf
  • 6>Coulthard
post #52 of 274

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Observe the new front wing design:
Vo2 you don't wear an anorak do you by any chance (just joking)

Whilst I don't know every little thing about F1, it's always been one of those sports that I like to sit down and watch, That was until this year. The great god Murdoch has bought the rights and in this country F1 is now pay to view.

The first race weekend is £12 for the 3 days, if the price is the same for all the races then it will be £204 , considering that I could upgrade parts of my bike quite nicely for that sum of money, I know where my money would go if I did have the money

By the way since Murray Walker retired  F1 will not seem the same.

(it just occured to me, does anybody outside the UK know who Murray Walker is ?)
post #53 of 274
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hehe, nope, no anorak!

What do you mean do we know who Mr. Walker is? The voice of F1! "F1 spelt backwards is IF, wait for the lights....and it's GO! GO! GO!" Yep, we'll miss him this year, mistakes and all!

Here in SA the SuperSport channel will be showing F1 for the first time. FOR ALMOST THE WHOLE WEEKEND! YYYYYYYEEEEEEHHHHHHAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!! I have been waiting for this moment for sooooo long! Finally, people that understand how to broadcast an F1 GP. In the past, we have had freakin' add breaks just as the race leader comes in for a pit stop! Good bye and good ridance! GGSSPPIITT!

Sorry to hear about the charges over in your part of the world, Lazarus. BAD BAD BAD!
post #54 of 274
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Ferrari dominate Melbourne!
If it's gonna rain, it will be like lambs to the slaughter!

The grid:

1> Rubens      1:25.843
2> MS            1:25.848   0.005
3> Ralf           1:26.279   0.436
4> Coulthard   1:26.446   0.603
5> Raikkonen  1:27.161   1.318 8
6> Montoya     1:27.249   1.406
post #55 of 274

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Official weather forecast for Melbourne:- Drizzle patches mostly clearing during the afternoon. Cloudy with a light to
moderate west to southwest wind tending southerly.

Radar shows virtually nothing on the screen for rain/showers.

Anyway.  I see Red! I see Red! I see Red!
post #56 of 274
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ABSOLUTE DOMINATION[/siz]
Wasn't that fight with JPM just sensational! Now that's what I call racing! If that scrap between MS and JPM is anything to go by, then this is going to be an awesome season!

PS: Dear Mr. Coulthard. Going off the track while still behind the pace car speaks for itself. Maybe you're getting too OLD for this sort of thing! :
post #57 of 274

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WEBBER IS A LEGEND [/siz]

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Any of you lucky Aussies going to watch the GP in Melbourne?
We did have tickets be never went, will be there next year tho  
post #58 of 274
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Webber couldn't of wished for a better start to his career. He won't get many such chances this season, and he made the most of this one. Good drive. He seems like a nice bloke too.
post #59 of 274

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He toyed with Montoya.  Coulthard is too old - bloody obvious even before the race (he  had trouble on his bicycle - reflexes were shot).

The red - just too cool and did it in an old car.
post #60 of 274

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Wonder how fast the new car will be?
Now that's a good question!  What a dilemma - run the old car cause the opposition can't match it or bring out the lethal weapon and totally destroy the field.  Nice dilemma! 8)
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