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Old 22nd July 2007, 21:28   #2026
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Massa has to learn. Unlike Schumy Jr, who called his run-in with Heidfeld a racing incident, Massa went overboard with the finger pointing. Alonso just handed him a lesson in mixing aggression with defense.
I think its the other way around.Alonso blamed Massa.Refer the links in the previous posts.
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Here is the link to what Massa had to say about the incident.
Formula One news: Massa: Alonso's anger not my problem - GPUpdate.net Formula One
Yes and Alonso apologized to Massa in the conference...
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Old 22nd July 2007, 21:40   #2028
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Everytime there is rain the race becomes very intersting... If that is the case then FIA should install sprinklers around every track and have a computer to turn it on/off randomly at every race. It will make some very boooring tracks exciting and all races unpredictable... Then we may even see a Skyper or an Aguri on the podium . I still remember the Hungarian GP last year, which was won by Button... and it was all due to rain! If FIA wants to make racing interesting, they have a clear solution in front of them!
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but today for a change I was hoping he wud turn around and give Massa one tight japaat --
Buddy, Alonso was too fast, he made a move on Massa at a unexpected place, obviously Massa was not expecting Alonso to make a move there and it was pouring and he could not see a thing in the rear view mirrors, so Massa didnot do it intentional.

And respect Shumi he is the greatest F1 drives that was, is and will always be, PERIOD.
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I think its the other way around.Alonso blamed Massa.Refer the links in the previous posts.
Thanks for the correction.
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Old 23rd July 2007, 09:57   #2031
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We did see Massa's front tyre marks on the side of Alonso's car...so we know who was in front...

Alonso, in the heat of the moment must have said that stuff to Massa (coz it's not the 1st time the latter's doing it), but for all you people who raised fingers on Alonso's behaviour last year - well - we saw who displayed self control here. What would you Ferrari fans have said if the situation was reversed?

It's pretty much like the Rossi v/s Biaggi dogfight where Rossi(Alonso) kept quiet and behaved himself after the race in front of the media, but Biaggi(Massa) was publically as loud mouthed as could be.
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Was an excellent race. Got to watch it in bits and pieces, which is a pity really.
Alonso once again proved that he is the undisputed rain master, and special mention of DC and Wuz who drove an excellent race in their own capacity, though I feel that had Nico carried on, he would have been on the podium.
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It was really one of the most exciting race. Many moments were extremely funny like V'tonio Liuzzi spinning and almost hitting the crane, Kimi missing the lane, car park at Turn 1 etc.
The result was not great but cant complain....

The most interesting thing was the rain prediction flashing on screen and it was DAMN accurate! 3 mins and 12 mins was spot on.
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The Track



Number of Laps:70
Circuit Length:4.384 km
Race Distance:306.663 km
Lap Record:1:19.071 - M Schumacher (2004)

Pervious Winners

2006-Jenson Button,Honda

Time Table

Friday 3rd August 2007

Practice 1- 1330-1500
Practice 2- 1730-1900

Saturday 4th August 2007

Practice - 1430-1530
Qualifying- 1730-1830

Sunday 5th August 2007

Race - 1730-1900

TV Times

4th August 2007

Qualifying --1727-1830 Live on StarSports

5th August 2007

RaceDay --1630-1715 Live on StarSports
Race --1715-1900 Live on StarSports
Chequered Flag --1900 Live on StarSports

Favourites for the Race

Win

Ferrari
Mclaren

Podium Chance

BMW
Renault
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Eyes closed this is Mclarens race....King Alonso will take this one.
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Nice way to post Merve


Yep i think its gonna be Fonsi all the way.
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Either a F-M-M or a M-F-M
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Old 3rd August 2007, 16:10   #2038
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Default McLaren...

A high downforce circuit with only one overtaking opportunity at the first corner..If Monoco was anything to go by.. Mclaren again.. Fons n Hamilton on top of the Podium .. Raikonnen will hopefully be around to throw a few surprises.
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Kimmi would be on fire.. He gonna blast out.. Hope that Ferrari give him a reliable car this time.
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One of the most boring tracks on the calendar. Lets hope the weather livens things up for us.
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