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Old 9th September 2007, 23:05   #2131
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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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Boy, this is close....Lewis or Fernando? Lets wait and watch it unfold!
Lewis all the way. The Consistent Rookie deserves to win the Championship. Him taking back his second place from massa was brilliant > handled like a seasoned veteran.
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Him taking back his second place from massa was brilliant > handled like a seasoned veteran.
It was Kimi whom Hamilton took his 2nd place from.
I too wish Hamilton all the best for the championship.
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It was Kimi whom Hamilton took his 2nd place from.
I too wish Hamilton all the best for the championship.
Was it ? sorry was multitasking before going to the airport. Either way it was a quick Ferrari who was pounding on him and I LOVED they way he defended for an entire lap. <AntiTifosi>
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Excellent race.
Although I detest Alonso, I respect the aggression he's now showing to win the championship.
Not that Im happy about it,but Lewis overtaking Kimi was a class act. This lad will replace Schumacher .
Kimi was a weak duck today.

Btw, I hate all U Ferrari haters!

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Not that Im happy about it,but Lewis overtaking Kimi was a class act. This lad will replace Schumacher .
Kimi was a weak duck today.
I was keeping away from this thread but i must tell you one thing that Hamilton is getting over hyped. He drove well yes but how can you compare him with the legend ya 8055? Common him overtaking Kimi was more to do with Kimi braking earlier due to brake/tyre/neck issues and now with hamiltons super man skills, please.

The person who drove the best today was Alonso, followed by Kimi, you got to give him credit for not having practise, gone through a crash, aching neck and that poor Ferrari and still coming on the podium. Hamilton was good but no way near Fonso, if there is anyone who can come close to Schumy its Fonso, the way he drove today, he has a new fan now.

OT - If kimi was Saif he would have backed off and let Hama go didnot get it Tara Rum Pum!
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Never seen Hamilton overtake so far. But whatta way to open the account!!
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Btw, I hate all U Ferrari haters!

Ah! But you see, us McLaren supporters are peaceful people and dont hate anyone except those that are required to be hated
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Ah! But you see, us McLaren supporters are peaceful people and dont hate anyone except those that are required to be hated
Note that I carefully used the term "Ferrari Haters" and not "Mclaren Supporters".
And both aren't synonyms. I like Mclaren too. But, Im a DIE-HARD tifosi!
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I was keeping away from this thread but i must tell you one thing that Hamilton is getting over hyped. He drove well yes but how can you compare him with the legend ya 8055? Common him overtaking Kimi was more to do with Kimi braking earlier due to brake/tyre/neck issues and now with hamiltons super man skills, please.

The person who drove the best today was Alonso, followed by Kimi, you got to give him credit for not having practise, gone through a crash, aching neck and that poor Ferrari and still coming on the podium. Hamilton was good but no way near Fonso, if there is anyone who can come close to Schumy its Fonso, the way he drove today, he has a new fan now.
Busa bhai, I accept Alonso was brilliant.
When I said "Kimi was a weak duck", i meant that he was physically weak and so was the car. And both had to limp back to the finish without being able to give a fight to the Mclarens. And thats disheartening to me.

About Hamilton's move, I would still give him credit for his ultra-smooth maneuver..And he's the only one who could fend off Alonso's pressure in one of the races. And Massa just gave into Fonso's pressure at the nurburgring rain race.
And yes, after his non-podium finishes like the Nurburgring and turkey(or is it Hungary?), we get the feeling that he's not the same guy who was consistently fast.But then, this is F1. Everybody is like sun and moon after a couple of weeks.
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And Massa just gave into Fonso's pressure at the nurburgring rain race.
Boss Massa didnot give in with ease, common now when another person is in a superior car he would easily be able to overtake the inferior. Had Massa been in a Mclaren fat chance of Fonso taking him. So its not that Massa gave in to Fonso, its more to do with the car. Hamma and Alfonso had the same car so Hamma could keep Fonso at bay. And the way Massa was behind Hamma to overtake him was good to watch, if he had not retired i am sure it wouldnot have been a Mclaren 1-2

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This will be a Ferrari 1-2. If there ever a track built for the Ferrari its this track. Kimi goes well around here and Massa is no slouch. Alonso will pip Hamilton and reduce his lead by a further 2 points.
Qualifying is not as crucial around here as there are plenty of places to overtake, but if the cars are equally matched then it might prove tricky.
Watch out for first corner accidents and if that doesnít happen Eau Rouge will take its toll on the lesser drivers.
Honda looks like itís improving so I am hoping that they score some more points. I am keen to see how Rosberg performs. I have a strong feeling that if Alonso leaves McLaren next year he will be replaced by Nico.
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Hope Kimi and Massa can bounce back with a Ferrari 1 & 2 !!!
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Seeing the way Hamilton was driving in the last leg of Italian GP when he overtook Kimi, I would vote him for no.1 position in Belgium GP.
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With such a special GP, I really dont care who wins! The track is just awesome and my absolute favorite. And if there is a little rain, it only gets better.

Mclaren will be in full or damp spirits depending on the hearing in 48 hours. Also, I hope Massa understands that he is out of contention for the championship.
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