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RE: Ferarri's take one-two in qualifying! - 16/3/2006 1:53:48 PM   
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My Finnish partner was wailing like a banshee when Räikkönen started chopping his way through the field. Impressive stuff, and surely an indication of what's to come.

Lets just hope he doesnt repeat last year with all his car problems. Bring on Malaysia!!


Kimi deserves a reliable car definitely and as Ron Dennis has quoted in the papers today,he could understand the finn looking elsewhere if the car or the team doesn't give him the chance of  a championship this year.

In the same article Dennis has also said that there is no guarantee that Mclaren wouldn't be changing both drivers next season..intriguing....did anyone else notice the glint in Dennis' eye when he shook the hand of Rosberg on the grid on sunday....my minds racing...a finnish hatrick for Mclaren perhaps.

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RE: Ferarri's take one-two in qualifying! - 16/3/2006 8:12:47 PM   
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Rosberg certainly looks to have a big future in F1, the fins seem to do well in all driving classes.

It would be a travesty if Kimi were to retire not having won an F1 championship, theres a long way to go until then but if he doesn't find a reliable car then it could be one of the biggest injustices in F1 history.

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RE: Ferarri's take one-two in qualifying! - 17/3/2006 11:45:02 PM   
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RE: Ferarri's take one-two in qualifying! - 19/3/2006 7:36:21 AM   
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Oh No.........POOR KIMI....the bloke has absolutely no luck!
Button is going well though!

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Renault take 1-2 in Malaysia! - 19/3/2006 9:01:14 AM   
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Malaysian Grand Prix result:

1. Giancarlo Fisichella (Ita) Renault one hour 30 minutes 40.529
2. Fernando Alonso (Esp) Renault 4.585 seconds
3. Jenson Button (GB) Honda 9.631
4. Juan Pablo Montoya (Col) McLaren 39.351
5. Felipe Massa (Bra) Ferrari 43.254
6. Michael Schumacher (Ger) Ferrari 43.854
7. Jacques Villeneuve (Can) BMW Sauber 1:20.400
8. Ralf Schumacher (Ger) Toyota 1:21.200
9. Jarno Trulli (Ita) Toyota 1 lap
10. Rubens Barrichello (Bra) Honda 1 lap
11. Vitantonio Liuzzi (Ita) Toro Rosso 2 laps
12. Christijan Albers (Ned) Midland 2 laps
13. Tiago Monteiro (Por) Midland 2 laps
14. Takuma Sato (Jpn) Super Aguri 3 laps
R Nick Heidfeld (Ger) BMW Sauber 48 laps
R Scott Speed (USA) Scuderia Toro Rosso 41 laps
R Yuji Ide (Jpn) Super Aguri 33 laps
R Christian Klien (Aut) Red Bull 26 laps
R Mark Webber (Aus) Williams 15 laps
R David Coulthard (Gbr) Red Bull 10 laps
R Nico Rosberg (Ger) Williams 6 laps
R Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) McLaren 0 laps
 
Another fantastic race, erally enjoyed this one. Fisichella was outstanding today, never put a wheel wrong. A well deserved victory.
 
A great race for Alonso considering his starting position on the grid and the fact he had twice as much fuel as he should have due to an error by the Renault team, just pipping Button in the last set of pit-stops.
 
A good race from Button, nothing special, clearly lacking in speed compared to the two Renaults but he put in a solid podium place.
 
Montoya sneaked in under the radar for a 4th position, his McLaren seemed to lack competitive speed but faired a little better than Kimi's when he spun off in the 1st lap after a suspension failure after being hit by Klien , the bloke has absolutely no luck, I feel for the bloke!
 
Special shout-out to Massa who looked superb today holding off Schumacher for a 5th place finish, I'm sure that'll have pissed him off!  I was half expecting a "oh no Massa has a problem, he is slowing on the last corner"   but nothing of the sort and rightly so by the Ferrari team!



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RE: Renault take 1-2 in Malaysia! - 19/3/2006 8:31:48 PM   
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Well what can you say about Kimi?!  Poor poor guy. 

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RE: Renault take 1-2 in Malaysia! - 20/3/2006 7:39:15 PM   
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LOL that was a seriousy funny situation yesterday.

We woke up around 11, both knowing that the race had already happened and swore that to enhance our viewing pleasure we'd neither look at the results on the news, teletext, internet (i didnt look here) or from anyone. We even kept ourselves busy for the whole afternoon (i even did some excercise ffs!).

So its 4pm, we sit down, beers in hand, to watch Kimi start his season properly.



We turned off after 5 minutes.

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RE: Renault take 1-2 in Malaysia! - 20/3/2006 9:15:16 PM   
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Another fantastic race, erally enjoyed this one. Fisichella was outstanding today, never put a wheel wrong. A well deserved victory.


I have to disagree. I nearly fell asleep for the last 15 or so laps. Alonso was just starting to real in Fisichella and set up a grandstand finish between two team mates when he just gives up and accepts second. Of course, a lot of it is down to preserving the engine for the next race but I do not like to see a Formula 1 race decided 10 laps from the end.

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RE: Renault take 1-2 in Malaysia! - 21/3/2006 9:33:43 PM   
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Yep. Would agree with the 'preserving' the engine bit. Made the ending abit naff really. Could have been Alonso 1st.

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RE: Renault take 1-2 in Malaysia! - 27/3/2006 9:21:47 PM   
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Formula 1’s five ‘rebel’ manufacturer-backed teams have signed up to the 2008 world championship.
The GPMA quintet – BMW, McLaren-Mercedes, Honda, Toyota and Renault – issued a joint statement on Monday confirming that they have each submitted entry applications with the FIA.
“The five teams united through the Grand Prix Manufacturers Association have submitted their entry forms for the 2008 FIA Formula 1 world championship,” the statement read.
The news greatly reduces the likelihood that the disaffected manufacturers will go ahead with their breakaway plans.
The GPMA has been seeking more of a say in the running of the sport, a larger slice of its commercial revenues and more transparency in its governance.
It recently reached a breakthrough in talks on new commercial terms with Bernie Ecclestone, prompting hopes that a rapprochement was imminent.
But the stakes were raised when FIA president Max Mosley set a deadline of 31 March for 2008 entries and warned that only teams that confirmed their participation by that date would have an input into new regulations.
That forced the GPMA’s hand in circumstances where it had entered into a binding obligation to act as one.
Moreover, several manufacturers have serious concerns over the FIA’s rule proposals – notably the engine freeze ratified by the World Motor Sport Council last week.
The GPMA has apparently decided that it cannot afford to be absent from the discussions and can bring about the changes it wants from within.
It has not ruled out the possibility of a breakaway series altogether – stating that it “remains committed” to its founding principles – but that scenario now looks improbable.
“The teams look forward to the FIA’s acceptances, and to beginning discussions with the FIA in order to finalise the regulations for 2008,” the statement said.
“The GPMA members are united and remain committed to improve the sport for the benefit of all stakeholders.
“Significant progress has been made in the negotiations between the GPMA and the commercial rights holder, and discussions are ongoing.”
The FIA would not confirm that it had received the entries but said the full entry list will be released on 28 April.
A number of new independent teams are understood to have submitted applications, attracted by the promise of drastically reduced costs.


Good news or bad news? I say good news!

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 12:20:49 AM   
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Starting grid for the Australian GP

1.  BUTTON         Honda       
2.  FISICHELLA     Renault     
3.  ALONSO         Renault     
4.  RAIKKONEN      McLaren     
5.  MONTOYA        McLaren     
6.  R.SCHUMACHER   Toyota      
7.  WEBBER         Williams    
8.  HEIDFELD       BMW Sauber
9.  TRULLI         Toyota
10. M.SCHUMACHER   Ferrari     
11. COULTHARD      Red Bull    
12. LIUZZI         Toro Rosso  
13. KLIEN          Red Bull    
14. ROSBERG        Williams    
15. MASSA          Ferrari
16. BARRICHELLO    Honda
17. ALBERS         Midland
18. SPEED          Toro Rosso
19. VILLENEUVE     BMW Sauber*
20. MONTEIRO       Midland
21. SATO           Super Aguri
22. IDE            Super Aguri


Not long now till the start of the race, should be a cracker! Hoping Button or Kimi can win today , they both deserve a win, shame only one can. Anyone else watching it live?

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 7:30:09 AM   
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alonso - again!

glad to see ferrari fuck up tho'!

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 7:31:42 AM   
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yes i got up at 4 to watch it live
must be mad with wrestlemania tonight as well
gonna be a long day!

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 1:29:18 PM   
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Result of 2006 Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park track in Melbourne:
1. Fernando Alonso (Spa) Renault one hour 34m27.870
2. Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) McLaren-Mercedes +1.829
3. Ralf Schumacher (Ger) Toyota +24.824
4. Nick Heidfeld (Ger) BMW Sauber 31.032
5. Giancarlo Fisichella (Ita) Renault 38.421
6. Jacques Villeneuve (Can) BMW Sauber 49.554
7. Rubens Barrichello (Brz) Honda 51.904
8. David Coulthard (GB) RedBull-Ferrari 53.983*
9. Scott Speed (US) Toro Rosso-Cosworth 53.817*
10R. Jenson Button (GB) Honda 1 lap
11. Christijan Albers (Ned) Midland-Toyota 1 lap
12. Takuma Sato (Jpn) Super Aguri-Honda 2 laps
13. Yuji Ide (Jpn) Super Aguri-Honda 3 laps
R Juan Pablo Montoya (Col) McLaren-Mercedes 11 laps
R Tiago Monteiro (Por) Midland-Toyota 18 laps
R Vitantonio Liuzzi (Ita) Toro Rosso-Cosworth 20 laps
R Michael Schumacher (Ger) Ferrari 25 laps
R Mark Webber (Aus) Williams-Cosworth 35 laps
R Christian Klien (Aut) RedBull-Ferrari 53 laps
R Jarno Trulli (Ita) Toyota 57 laps
R Nico Rosberg (Ger) Williams-Cosworth 57 laps
R Felipe Massa (Brazil) Ferrari 57 laps

What a fucking race! It's was a cracker! The safety car out 4 times, there were so many crashes I nearly lost count. Schumacher had one fucked up day, starts off the race really really slow, everybody passing him, making mistakes, running wide here there and everywhere. Then he pitstops and his Ferarri is flying! Looking odds on for some points, but pushes to hard runs wide and wallop straight into the wall , not a happy bloke. He then goes into the wrong garage and gets lost which I found amusing!

Great race from Alonsos perspective,didn't really have to do anything once he got past Button after the forst safety car. Just kept going, showing Renaults superior speed so far this season. Can't believe how slow Buttons car is on restarts with the low tyre temp, they really need to have a look at that if he's to stand any chance of winning a GP for Honda.

Felt gutted for him at the end though with his engine giving way about 700 yards from the end. Typical! It just wasn't his day!

Good runs from Kimi, Ralf and Nick Heidfeld.

This seasons going to be a cracker, I just hope Alsonso doesn't run away with it. 



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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 3:22:12 PM   
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It was actually about 70 yards from the end when he stopped. Although I'm sure they mentioned that he didn't cross the line on purpose so they wouldn't be penalised for the next race.

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 4:20:35 PM   
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It was actually about 70 yards from the end when he stopped. Although I'm sure they mentioned that he didn't cross the line on purpose so they wouldn't be penalised for the next race.


Yep. If Button had finished he would have to drop 10 places on the grid at San Morino, before even starting.

Excellent day for Ferrari  A superb masterclass in how to total your car. All three knackered up.


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RE: Button takes Pole! - 2/4/2006 8:29:51 PM   
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It was actually about 70 yards from the end when he stopped. Although I'm sure they mentioned that he didn't cross the line on purpose so they wouldn't be penalised for the next race.


I meant 70 for some reason I added an extra 0

I know and that's totally understandable but it's still got to be gutting for the bloke, in for some sure fire points and his engine gives way 70 yards from the end. Bummer!

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 3/4/2006 9:57:27 PM   
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Quality race. Glad to see Kimi on the podium. Keep it up, son.

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 4/4/2006 2:21:14 PM   
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Aye, it was a good race but I'm beginning to dislike Fernando Alonso a great deal. It's like the guy is wearing a dozen rabbit feet, while everyone else has broken at least 2 mirrors. The guy has all the luck, just like Schumacher the season before last. Everything seems to just fall perfectly into place for him. It's frustrating, especially when you build your hopes up that Jenson might actually make it onto the top spot. Grrrr!

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RE: Button takes Pole! - 4/4/2006 2:26:29 PM   
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in for some sure fire points and his engine gives way 70 yards from the end. Bummer!


better that, than 70 yards in to the next race?

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Pre grand prix test - Silverstone - 13/4/2006 3:55:39 PM   
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Hey, if anyone's interested and hasn't heard. 25-7 of this month is the pre-grand prix test at Silverstone for June.

http://uk.sports.yahoo.com/13042006/13/free-testing-access-silverstone.html

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RE: Pre grand prix test - Silverstone - 13/4/2006 4:01:01 PM   
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Hey, if anyone's interested and hasn't heard. 25-7 of this month is the pre-grand prix test at Silverstone for June.

http://uk.sports.yahoo.com/13042006/13/free-testing-access-silverstone.html


Oooooh...... may go up on one of the days.  Can be there in 40 mins from my home......

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RE: Pre grand prix test - Silverstone - 13/4/2006 7:34:29 PM   
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Its not that far from me either, 50 mins tops. Am skiving from work on the tues to head up there.

All the teams are going to be there at some point for a combination of the 3 days as its the only real chance before June.

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Prodrive joins F1 - 28/4/2006 2:18:47 PM   
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Next season there will be 12 teams on the grid. Click Here.

Ex-BAR boss Dave Richards' Prodrive team will come into Formula 1.

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RE: Prodrive joins F1 - 28/4/2006 5:00:50 PM   
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Next season there will be 12 teams on the grid. Click Here.

Ex-BAR boss Dave Richards' Prodrive team will come into Formula 1.



Erm.... You're actually talking about 2008 which was announced today taking the number of teams upto 12. 2007 still has to be decided and will be announced later but will probably still only have 11 teams... which will be everyone that's currently running. although there's some debate as to whether a 12th  (either Eddie Irvine or Eddie Jordan) team might make it on the grid.

Testing was cool at silverstone (free entrance to anyone who turned up). all the teams apart from Super Aguri, Ferrari and Toyota turned up and all the race drivers were out on the track on at least 2 of the 3 days. The next testing days are straight after the grand prix Jun 13-15 (although this may be cancelled), but the next big test that might have the majority of teams there is in Sept 19-21 (when they practice set ups for the Chinese and Japanese grand prixs).

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silverstone tests - 3/5/2006 9:44:07 PM   
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next two sets of tests at silverstone are June 13-15 (but its not sure whether this will go ahead). The next one is Sept 19-21.

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RE: silverstone tests - 16/5/2006 3:18:19 AM   
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Drivers' world championship 2006


 
 


1 Fernando Alonso
Renault
Spa
54

2 Michael Schumacher
Ferrari
Ger
39

3 Kimi Raikkonen
McLaren-Mercedes
Fin
27

4 Giancarlo Fisichella
Renault
Ita
24

5 Felipe Massa
Ferrari
Brz
20

6 Jenson Button
Honda
GB
16

7 Juan Pablo Montoya
McLaren-Mercedes
Col
15

8 Rubens Barrichello
Honda
Brz
8

9 Ralf Schumacher
Toyota
Ger
7

10 Nick Heidfeld
BMW Sauber
Ger
6

11 Mark Webber
Williams-Cosworth
Aus
6

12 Jacques Villeneuve
BMW Sauber
Can
6

13 Nico Rosberg
Williams-Cosworth
Ger
112113

14 Christian Klien
Red Bull-Ferrari
Aut
1

15 David Coulthard
Red Bull-Ferrari
GB
128
129

Well theres the drivers standings after the Spanish GP, which to say the least was a bit of a damp squib. Not the greatest track for overtaking and it's pretty much a case of whoever gets to the first corner first and has a reliable car wins. Hope the next GP is a bit better.

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Formula One - 28/5/2006 12:25:28 PM   
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Well theres the drivers standings after the Spanish GP, which to say the least was a bit of a damp squib. Not the greatest track for overtaking and it's pretty much a case of whoever gets to the first corner first and has a reliable car wins. Hope the next GP is a bit better.


Absolutely, thankfully there's always loads of overtaking in Monte Car....oh, bugger.

Completely missed the qualifying yesterday (mainly as F1 is sadly something that I just watch so to avoid doing anything else these days), but did anyone see the Schumacher 'parking' incident? Seems like he's been dropped to the back of the grid.

Edit: And why oh why do we have to endure that useloss twot James Allen on commentary duties still?


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RE: Formula One - 28/5/2006 3:30:49 PM   
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An entertaining race, but you've gotta feel for Kimi and Webber.  I personally think that Schumacher should not have been allowed to race after the infamous parking incident.  Good on DC though - nice touch that cape don't you think!



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RE: Formula One - 28/5/2006 4:01:19 PM   
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Great race today!!  Waving my scottish flag proudly for Coulthard - good on him!!!!!  Felt real sorry for Kimi and Webber - both were driving so well.  Can't make up my mind if Schmacher's fluff up in qualifying was on purpose or not but well done to him for managing to finish 5th in the end.  You've got to give him credit for that

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