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Old 5th July 2004, 05:18   #1
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dont u think montoya made a bigger & more costly a mistake than Trulli ?

i do feel gutted that Jarno didnt make the podium..
and that he shud have def. taken a more defensive line thru the corner..
but surely it wasnt as big a mistake as JPM.

i sincerely hope he comes back with a vengeance at silverstone..
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Old 6th July 2004, 15:01   #2
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i dunno what JPM was trying to do at that moment that he mad such a big mistake, but that definitely cost him alot, he could have probably been out of the race too with that mistake

trulli just got the unexpected, barrichello took him on the last few corners, i wouldnt call that much of a mistake i would call it more like an excellent move from Rubens
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I think it was a matter of timing and what is at stake, rather than the magnamity of the mistake itself. The reason Jarno got rammed by everyone was that he lost a podium finish after such a gruelling race by leaving the door open with hardly a couple of metres to the chequered flag.

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Trulli's mistake cost him a lot. Remember, he was not only fighting for a podium finish in the race but also a potential 3rd place in the Championship rankings.

I dunno why he let Barri overtake him in such a manner.

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I think it was JT's mistake which was bigger than JPM...wow..i still don't believe that a soft natured Barri did such an overtake....
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Quote[/b] (shravan316 @ July 07 2004,06:27)]i still don't believe that a soft natured Barri did such an overtake....
Dude. Barri isn't soft in any way. Ferrari has made him soft. Remember Indianapolis......Barri was so much quicker than Schumi but still wasn't able to (or rather wasn't allowed to)overtake him.

Seems like Barri is more worried about staying with Ferrari than actually winning something, for a change.

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Exactly....i meant the same...if i were in Barri's position(which ofcourse i'm not..) i would think only of winning races...and not staying at Ferrari...Whats the point just to stay at Ferrari and not win races...he would rather join a Toyota or Renault, who pay handsomely!! it wouldn't make any difference would it??
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