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Ferrari 26 65.00%
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Renault 2 5.00%
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Old 8th September 2007, 14:42   #2116
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Just another way for Ferrari to win the title .. It would be so unfair to strip the drivers of the CS !!

Anyways , as for the GP tom . what time do qualifying start today and also the Starting time tom ??
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Old 8th September 2007, 14:49   #2117
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1.massa
2.kimi
3.alonso
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Old 8th September 2007, 20:05   #2118
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Qualifying results
1. Alonso
2. Hamilton
3. Massa
4. Heidfield
5. Raikkonen

Kimi had a big accident in practice. But he was fit and fine.
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Old 8th September 2007, 21:27   #2119
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P1 Alonso, P2 Hamilton and P3 Massa.............
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Old 9th September 2007, 00:15   #2120
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Hamilton,Raikkonen,Massa
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Old 9th September 2007, 01:37   #2121
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I'd like to see 1) Raikkonen 2) Massa and 3) Hamilton.

It will be too bad for Hamilton if the team gets in to trouble with the FIA this Friday.

My gut feeling is that McLaren cheated. How else are we to explain their dominance this season after their struggle in the past few seasons. You can only attribute so much of their success to good drivers!

Go Kimi!
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ALONSO IT IS, WINNING THE RACE....Dont really care who is behind him.
It looks like massa will steal 2nd from Hamilton.
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Old 9th September 2007, 13:11   #2123
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I hope for:
Pole: Kimi
#2: Massa and
#3: Any other driver other than Alonso and Hamilton.

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Old 9th September 2007, 15:20   #2124
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Ok here we go....

1st - Alonso
2nd - Kimi
3rd - Hambuger

Kimi is heavily fueled as told by him in post qualifying interviews. So expect him to be out there at least 5-8 laps more than Mc-Larens. His race can only be compromied if he cant jump Hiedfield at the start. But thats quite unlikely as he starts on the cleaner side of the track!!!

Let the race begin
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Awesome race !!!!


Hamilton overtaking KiMI was mind blowing!!!!
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Old 9th September 2007, 19:28   #2126
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ALONSO IT IS, WINNING THE RACE....Dont really care who is behind him.
hmmm predictions cant get better than this can they...Awesome drive from ALONSO..A champions Drive.
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A very good race it was! Quiet a few dramatic scenes in the beginning with the safety car and a huge crash contributed by Coulthard. He was unhurt and safely walked out of the car. Phew!
And a great relief for all the Mclaren fans were the retirement of Massa's Ferrari. It pitted and in the next lap, it came back limping and parked inside the pit garage. Disappointing race it was for Massa fans.
The middle parts of the race were a bit monotonous but the tail enders kept doing some eye candy stuff. Rosberg and Button also added some fun.

The end parts were completely dominated by Mclarens. Hamilton took Kimi by surprise and what a move it was!!!! Alonso was pushing the car with a very cool attitude. He was waving with his hands while he was driving close to 300KMH!!! He even did some bit of sideways slides too. Man! Those cars are some stars this year!

And in the end??? Yes! A great McLaren 1-2!! Sepang 2007 repeated in Monza. Full marks to both the Mclaren drivers.

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McLaren had an awesome package. They just ate up those revised curbs at Monza without much drama.

Too bad about Massa. There must have been some problem with the Ferrari rear what with Raikkonen's accident during practise.

Raikkonen did mention during the Press Conference that his neck was giving him trouble and he was having difficulty keeping his head up under hard braking. That is exactly when Hamilton overtook him. He sneaked by when Raikkonen had his head down.

Kimi did a great job taking it easy on the curbs to avoid the fate of his team mate. Knowing how Kimi likes to drive the wheels off his cars, he was remarkably restrained and appears to settle for 3rd place half way in to the race.

Let's see a replay on last year at Spa Kimi!
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Alonso drove like God today. Ferrari are now out of it unless the FIA panel says otherwise. Good race for Kubica too, fighting up the order from 11th after a botched pit stop. Just proves that BMW are fast catching the big two and are proving more reliable than Ferrari.

Boy, this is close....Lewis or Fernando? Lets wait and watch it unfold!
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Shucks I missed the race due to Chak De India. But, good evening for me then with the movie and McLaren 1-2
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