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Old 2nd April 2005, 13:44   #1
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Default F1 2005 debuts .... Sizzles on Track

The F2005 takes Schumacher this morning back on top of the time sheets in Bahrain. ............

Ferrari which were not competetive in first two races of the season have brought their 2005 car to Bahrain ..... and WOW ... that car has some pace in it ...
It has taken Michael back to top of the Timing sheets .....
So do you think F12005 has got the Pace and Relaibility and take Ferrari to WDC and WCC again this year .....
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Yeah Baby .... F2005 sizzles .......
Michael Schumacher has put his disappointed Two race results out of his mind and Put up Provisinal Pole at Sakhir track in Bahrain .... In the end His time was Bested by Jarno Trulli of Toyota and Fernando Alonso in Renault ....
So 3rd In First qualifying is a very good debut for F2005 ...
Let us see tomorrow what F2005 and Michael Schumacher can do ...
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F2005 is looking very good at the moment. Lets see what happens tomorrow in the race. Oh boy, are in for a treat! Renault, Toyota and Ferrari. Now, who will make it make to the top???
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Now, who will make it make to the top???
Deja vu...rewind to the last season. Don't we already know who it is?
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Deja vu...rewind to the last season. Don't we already know who it is?
I hope not !!! I want to see Michael win, but I also want to see a fight for the title. I hope the other boys give him a tough time, F2005 or not - lets have a scrap....

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Deja vu...rewind to the last season. Don't we already know who it is?
Yes we do, yet, i'm hoping for a miracle(more than a miracle infact!) to happen and see someother team be at the top, once for a change.
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only silver lining to this is that we get to see schumi vs alonso
that will be the ultimate battle !
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A good debut for the F2005. 3rd place in first qualifying today. But i gotta hand it to Toyota. They really have started mounting a strong challenge. Ferrari seems to have got things right with their new car. Reliability has always been a strong point of Ferrari and for the record it has been sort of tradition in recent years that Ferrari's new car has always won on its debut.

Hopefully the F2005 should carry on the tradition.

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I hope not !!! I want to see Michael win, but I also want to see a fight for the title. I hope the other boys give him a tough time, F2005 or not - lets have a scrap....

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No man two races are enough for those Non-Ferrari fans to cheer.
Now those days of Ferrari glory should return and by god they have arrived.
2nd in Q2 and what a lap. Going through a moment exiting the 1st sector.
Driving the second sector just beautifully where eveyone lost time he (and also Alonso) clawed good amount of time (0.871 faster then Heidfeld, i suppose) Felt bad for Barrichello he missed out.
Cant wait for the race just hours away.
Go Ferrari And Schumacher!!!
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WHAT A DISAPPOINTING RACE DEBUT FOR F 2005
I am thoroughly disappointed with the F2005 ,,,, I think its Fernando's year for Driver Championship and Renault wil take the Constructors championship ...
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Don't see any ferrari fans jumping with joy now...i wonder why!!!
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Don't see any ferrari fans jumping with joy now...i wonder why!!!
Why would they. The F2005 just got lapped by a Renault and a Toyota.

What a turn of events, the French and the Japanese, are showing the Italians how to race.

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Why would they. The F2005 just got lapped by a Renault and a Toyota.

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Exactly my point!
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It will be a tough one.. this season..

renault got the handling/balance right last season.. this year the entire car is doing gr8.

F1-2005 looks good.. though i found the rear a bit twitchy during the run.

As a hard-core ferrari fan ... wud definitely luv the team to win again.. but in the true spirit of the game.... a good fight to the top would be interesting
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i think everyone's under-estimating the potential of the F2005..
it i wudnt call it a disappointing debut
it was quicker than the R25 in the first 12 laps at sakhir
even though Ms was on a lighter fuel load.. ferrari have been quicker in race trim than at qualifying ( in 2005 )
on the reliability front.. it was a chance ferrari had to take..
and bringing a car out a month before it was originally slated for has to have its consequences
and u cant consider RB as his 1st laps in the car were in qualifying.. no practice sessions to set the new car up

going into the cooler temperatures of europe.. the bridgestones will start performing better
and we will see a ferrari fight back
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