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Old 13th September 2009, 18:53   #61
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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.
race over and surprise it is. Hamilton out of race on last lap.bad luck. 200 kph shunt into the tyre wall.

change of finish lineup

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

good drive Sutil.
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Oh Hamilton last lap goof up..

Nice race, could not see it though, was just glued to the live updates on the F1 website.

Good Sutil still could match Kimi all through the race.

Brawn's 1 pit stop strategy paid off well.

Wished to see Sutil on Podium , Good for Fisi as he's coming in terms of reality driving the Ferrari

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Old 13th September 2009, 18:58   #63
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Bad Luck for Lewis, Liuzzi ! Sutil drove really well. Nice strategy decision played by Brawns.
4 more to go for Brawns ! was really nice to hear.

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Last lap goof up by hamilton,some brilliant strategy by the brawn.Good work by sutil.
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Well done Brawn and Force India. Sutil was the fastest today but unfortunately he spent the whole race staring at Kimi's back. Kimi got a lucky podium in the end.
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Old 13th September 2009, 19:13   #66
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In fact I was expecting something from Barrichello's Gearbox, but then Liuzzi lost the drive.
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Good strategy game by Brawns. I guess they are not all brawn but some brains too

Excellent drive by Sutil and proved that last race was no fluke. Hopefully one day a Force India car will overtake Kimi. Liuzzi did not look rusty at all!

What were the Toyotas doing??? It was almost like two cabbies fighting it out on Inner Ring Road!
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Pavan, sorry to hear that you couldn't watch it. Next time, try hostream.net I got a fantastic feed there.

Damn, I can't believe Hamilton threw it away with half a lap left. Still, it says something about how hard he pushes right to the end. Deeply disappointed with Kovalainen's performace though. He really should have won or at least been on the podium.

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Good to see a great contest actually between those signed up for KERS and those who didnt, quite actually proves that its not the ride, its the Rider
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great race poor Hamilton went out on last lap may used KERS too early while coming out of the corner.But am happy for Kimi and barri the oldest man on the grid and it was his third monza win.Looking forward for the Singapore GP.
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Same problem with my cable operator too. Missed the race :-( But great going force India, seems like soon we gonna see some more podium finishes by Force India.
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great race poor Hamilton went out on last lap may used KERS too early while coming out of the corner.But am happy for Kimi and barri the oldest man on the grid and it was his third monza win.Looking forward for the Singapore GP.
I'm not quite sure what happened. It was quite strange actually and not something I expected even if Lewis was on the limit.

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Looking at current form, Kimi can get 3rd place in WDC, with 4 races to go.

1 Button 80
2 Barrichello 66
3 Vettel 54
4 Webber 51.5
5 Raikkonen 40

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Same problem with my cable operator too. Missed the race :-(
It seems half of Bangalore is not getting Star/ESPN. I had a free pass (courtesy T-BHP) to watch F1 live at the speed nights event sponsored by Force India, but unfortunately when i went there they didn't have F1 telecast. What a bummer! Rushed back home and missed first 15 laps

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I'm not quite sure what happened. It was quite strange actually and not something I expected even if Lewis was on the limit.
he has admitted it was his fault as he was pushing like crazy for second.

Hamilton not surprised by accident
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A Brawn one-two, a very unlucky Hamilton, Kimi on the podium (much to the delight of the Tifosi) and Adrian Sutil picking up points for the second race in a row for Force India. That's how the story unfolded at Monza Park!
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