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Old 1st August 2010, 19:32   #16
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Webber wins!
Brilliant display by 'Rambo' who drove the first 43 laps on the soft tyres to earn the win.
Vettel again throwing away an easy win, by showing lack of understanding of rules. May be his team is also to be equally blamed for the mistake.

Ferrari now clearly look the second best team after RedBull, which should make the remaining races a 3 team race.
McLaren lose their first place in WDC and WCC to Webber and RedBull.

Schumacher had his moments, squeezing Barichello to the pit wall next start/finish line. I think that move was way over the limit, which could have nearly killed Rubens there.


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And the tire strikes again, this time with Rosberg!
Yeah! It almost set another tyre rolling down, but the Sauber mechanic timed his jump well to avoid it!

Pit lane was quite chaotic. Renault pit crew ruined the races of Sutil and Kubica.
A safety car inside the pit lane wouldnt' have looked out of place :

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Old 1st August 2010, 19:38   #17
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A very good race. Webber's pace was just too good.
Tough luck for Vettel. He made no attempt to hide his visible disappointment on the podium.
And that move by Michael on Barichello was just too risky.
For those who missed the race,
The race result is,
1 Mark Webber
2 Fernando Alonso
3 Sebastien Vettel

Yes Rambo that's Massa's nickname for him!

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A few centimeters to the right and it could have been Barrichello's last race.



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What a race! My heart goes out to Vettel. The team had asked him to hold the pack for Webber to get that lead behind the SC... totally unfair! Don't these guys who make these decisions ever read the rules?

I don't really enjoy this circuit.. maybe a nice one for the flowing nature, but except for the Barrichello and Hamilton who else managed a reasonable overtaking move?

Schumi... oh! man.. that was a lousy move!
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Vettel just told in the press conference that he didn't have any radio communication when the restart happened. A bit unlucky, but he was definitely caught napping there, he should have tried to stay close to Mark.
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A few centimeters to the right and it could have been Barrichello's last race
Just why I have never been a Schumi fan.
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A few centimeters to the right and it could have been Barrichello's last race.


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Sorry! that is exaggeration at its heights. Just look at Kubica's crash in Canada and come back. Even if Barri had crashed, it wouldn't have been of that magnitude.

F1 cars are a lot safer than we think or they look.

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Vettel just told in the press conference that he didn't have any radio communication when the restart happened. A bit unlucky, but he was definitely caught napping there, he should have tried to stay close to Mark.
oh! i didn't see the the conference! However the team should be telling him to keep up. They get to see everything and the relative positions. Vettel is going to rip someones head off today!
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Well here are Michael's and Barrichello's view on the incident.
The F1 Times | Barrichello criticises 'crazy' Schumacher
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Sorry! that is exaggeration at its heights. Just look at Kubica's crash in Canada and come back. Even if Barri had crashed, it wouldn't have been of that magnitude.

F1 cars are a lot safer than we think or they look.
Its not my statement but your interpretation that seems exaggerated.

I said "could have been" and you read "would have been". I said "his last race" and you read "his last breath".

Here's another vid (seems inverted).



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Sorry! that is exaggeration at its heights. Just look at Kubica's crash in Canada and come back. Even if Barri had crashed, it wouldn't have been of that magnitude.

F1 cars are a lot safer than we think or they look.
Always easy to disregard safety and be complacent. That's what gets people killed
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Its not my statement but your interpretation that seems exaggerated.

I said "could have been" and you read "would have been". I said "his last race" and you read "his last breath". Shan2nu
Well, I don't see much of a difference between 'would have' and 'could have', I take both as future tense. But last race or last breath, I never meant it.

It is you who interpreted wrongly here. I said it wouldn't have been of that magnitude even if he had crashed let alone be his last race or last breath.
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Always easy to disregard safety and be complacent. That's what gets people killed
Ah! a bit rich coming from a McLaren fan! It is like St.Lewis hasn't done anything dangerous and always had a halo over his head.

Anyways Schumi will be penalised for it because the stewards want to have their share of pie and see it as a collection item. It is like 'Hey I punished Schumi when I was the steward at XYZ GP etc'.
Already had much of controversies last week and I am having none of it this week.

Celebrating a Ferrari 2-4 and Alonso's re-ignited title chase. Bring on Spa!

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Well, I don't see much of a difference between 'would have' and 'could have', I take both as future tense. But last race or last breath, I never meant it.
Barrichelo may or may not have got injured to an extent where he might have to give up racing. And my statement only indicates a possibility of it happening (which nobody can deny).

You never know whats gonna happen until it actually does. F1 cars are definitely safer, but only compared to their predecessors. Every design has it's flaws and nobody would want to find them out at over 300kmph.

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Ah! a bit rich coming from a McLaren fan! It is like St.Lewis hasn't done anything dangerous and always had a halo over his head.
Alright pal! I think its impossible to talk about the issues to you anymore without you going off every single time with a "You're a McLaren fan - therefore you are wrong". So have it your way.
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Schumi had another disappointing race but had a great fight with Barrichello in the end holding off a car almost two seconds faster and on fresh tires.
how is almost driving RB into the pit wall a great fight?
he should be tried for attempted murder!
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