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Old 13th September 2009, 10:14   #46
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So the top three are lighter than the rest. If it rains during the early part of the race, that'll play into their hands very well. Btw, Barrichello may lose five grid spots

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So the top three are lighter than the rest. If it rains during the early part of the race, that'll play into their hands very well. Btw, Barrichello may lose five grid spots

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interesting turn of the table. I hope barri doesn't think its another way of pushing him behind button. you know what i'm saying.
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Monza is a fast track with lots of overtaking areas so even if Bari loses 5 places on the grid, it wont affect him as much as it would on other circuits.

Moreover, he has the heaviest fuel load off all the top 10 cars and can afford a late pitstop. This could help him gain a few positions.

I think we're gonna see some real racing action from good ol' Bari this time coz hes well aware of the possiblities of a championship win. All he has to do is keep Vettel and Webber behind him and finish as close to Button as possible.

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Wow! Fisicella must be kicking himself for his move. Liuzzi coming 7th on first race is phenominal too. Its going great for Force india. May the tricolour shine today!!
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Well done FI. They have a good chance for the podium. Ferrari are not too fast that is why they wanted to put Kimi lighter and on the top pack with KERS to get ahead. Whenever Lewis is on poll he is too strong. If Sutil doesnt mess then I see the first 3 on podium, if not one of the brawn's have a chance too.
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Wow! Fisicella must be kicking himself for his move. Liuzzi coming 7th on first race is phenominal too. Its going great for Force india. May the tricolour shine today!!
You see the whole fisi-ferrari thing is all being treated like he fled the Force India ship. He chose to pursue his dream of driving for the italian team and it was a clean move.even Dr mallya was fine with that .its in his blood.
Now this is just his first drive out there and he's still yet to get to terms with a new car. remember Kimi took half a season to get the horse prancing to his tunes.
I'm only concerned about his '10 role which will move him away from track action.
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Well done FI. They have a good chance for the podium. Ferrari are not too fast that is why they wanted to put Kimi lighter and on the top pack with KERS to get ahead. Whenever Lewis is on poll he is too strong. If Sutil doesnt mess then I see the first 3 on podium, if not one of the brawn's have a chance too.
Hamilton & Sutil are lighter than Kimi, so what makes the Ferrari not too fast!

Monza is going to be bloody interesting after a long time with all the cars being so closely matched!
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Well I really hope Kimi doesn't take out Sutil this time lol.

I think Sutil should start on heavier fuel load and do a one stop strategy to overtake the Kers cars in the pits. The strategy for Force India should be interesting.
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Well I really hope Kimi doesn't take out Sutil this time lol.

I think Sutil should start on heavier fuel load and do a one stop strategy to overtake the Kers cars in the pits. The strategy for Force India should be interesting.
Strategy is already decided, he is starting with light fuel load and he is on 2-stopper like Lewis and Kimi. If he gets on podium it will be a great result for him.
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Great race on cards,, sadly i am not able to watch it

My fight with my cable operator has gone in vain, some reason he's not telecasting Star Sports & ESPN.

Any ways finding some different ways to watch the race live. Dunno if i can.
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minutes to go for the italian GP and its interesting to know that renault have chosen to use KERS for this race. look out for alonso pulling a surprise on the brawn's.
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Great race on cards,, sadly i am not able to watch it

My fight with my cable operator has gone in vain, some reason he's not telecasting Star Sports & ESPN.

Any ways finding some different ways to watch the race live. Dunno if i can.
Same here, my cable operator is not replying for my calls and has added unwanted channels.
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Great race on cards,, sadly i am not able to watch it

My fight with my cable operator has gone in vain, some reason he's not telecasting Star Sports & ESPN.

Any ways finding some different ways to watch the race live. Dunno if i can.
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Same here, my cable operator is not replying for my calls and has added unwanted channels.
i just hope you guys are atleast watching the live timings on F1.com.
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lap 23, 4th placed Liuzzi out of the race. Gearbox failure.not good coz he was having a very good race ahead of Kimi.
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lap 23, 4th placed Liuzzi out of the race. Gearbox failure.not good coz he was having a very good race ahead of Kimi.
lap 38. all front runners done with pit stops.and here goes the probable finish listing:

1. Barrichello
2. Button
3. Hamilton
4. Kimi
5. Sutil

this'll stay unless there is some magical driving by any one of them.
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