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    Miguel
    Harde baas

  • Miguel
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    Originally posted by Ann Dretti View Post
    Webber and Vettel have shot themselves in the foot numerous times this year.
    Yes, but this was their first race of the season in which they didn't score a single point. Pretty amazing this is only the first time, thinking about all the **** that went down there already before this Grand Prix. And I loved it. Just hope Hamilton will be champion if Jenson won't, I'd settle for anyone but Red Bull Racing and Alonso.

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  • Doc Austin
    Back From the Dead

  • Doc Austin
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    Originally posted by Ann Dretti View Post
    Webber and Vettel have shot themselves in the foot numerous times this year.
    And they are set to do it again............... http://formula-one.speedtv.com/artic...e-team-orders/

    But Red Bull team boss Christian Horner was quoted on Sunday as saying he will not be making Webber the No. 1 driver for the rest of 2010.

    But he also told reporters at Yeongam: "I haven't had time to look at all the mathematics and scenarios. It's something that obviously we will look at pretty closely between now and Brazil."

    Vettel, however, made clear he is not personally ready to give up, even though his engine failure seriously dented his charge in Korea.

    "It is very significant for the championship situation, but I am the last to give up," German media quote him as saying.

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  • Ann Dretti
    Registered User

  • Ann Dretti
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    Webber and Vettel have shot themselves in the foot numerous times this year.


    Originally posted by Miguel View Post
    Lovely. I'm sad for Jenson, but the Red Bull Racing cry babies out makes up alot. Too bad the biggest cry baby of them all won, but still, Red Bull Racing killed themselves today.

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  • Frank Capua
    Insider

  • Frank Capua
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    Originally posted by PDC View Post
    They also must be proud of that 20 mile traffic jam trying to get into the track.
    It's Korea's Field of Dreams.

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  • PDC
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    They also must be proud of that 20 mile traffic jam trying to get into the track.

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  • jeffracer
    Speling Be Champian

  • jeffracer
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    Originally posted by PDC View Post
    That has to be the worst pit entrance I've ever seen.
    You would think that Tilke would give that area of the track the most thought as with palatial pit structures F-1 demands there is no moving the pit lane once built. If Petrov had hit just a little farther back, the pit entrance would have been completely blocked and the next car entering at pit in would have no clue what was ahead.

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  • PDC
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    Originally posted by happyscrappy-t View Post
    I think Tilke let his grand kid, or his maid, or his dog, or maybe an amoeba, design this track...seems even more likley after doing a google image search for amoeba
    That has to be the worst pit entrance I've ever seen. Is Tilke the only design group in existance? Does he have photos of Bernie at one of Max's 'parties?'

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  • happyscrappy-t
    hero pup

  • happyscrappy-t
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    Originally posted by jeffracer View Post
    Slow start but an eventful last few laps.

    The track has a lot of design issues to correct, how the high walls at the last corner and the dangerous pit entrance ever got off the CAD file is beyond me.
    I think Tilke let his grand kid, or his maid, or his dog, or maybe an amoeba, design this track...seems even more likley after doing a google image search for amoeba

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  • Frank Capua
    Insider

  • Frank Capua
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    So what time did it end last night? I decided I had to go to sleep around 4 am.

    someone suggested last night that the race began as the worse F1 cluster-fudge since USGP 2005... However with the Safety Car start it reminded me more of the Brickyard 400 2009. At least in 2005 the six cars that competed actually raced.

    I just hope it got better after I gave up and decided I could wait for the replay this afternoon. I'd say what I think of today's Formula One driver but I'm afraid they would send Justin Bieber to beat me up. Let me say that it was reported that there was a whirling sound heard near Senna's grave-site last night.

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  • jeffracer
    Speling Be Champian

  • jeffracer
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    Slow start but an eventful last few laps.

    The track has a lot of design issues to correct, how the high walls at the last corner and the dangerous pit entrance ever got off the CAD file is beyond me.

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  • PDC
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    Everything happened, crashes, blowups, rain, darkness. It almost looked like Singapore at the end.

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  • Miguel
    Harde baas

  • Miguel
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    Lovely. I'm sad for Jenson, but the Red Bull Racing cry babies out makes up alot. Too bad the biggest cry baby of them all won, but still, Red Bull Racing killed themselves today.

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  • chaparral 2k
    Registered User

  • chaparral 2k
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    Wow!

    The front running drivers were great out there, for such crappy conditions you really have to give a hand for how well they did.

    and Fernando is amazing, not only for his drive but bringing that team back up to the top the last half of the year.

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  • roach
    Senior Member

  • roach
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    Very entertaining race.

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  • roach
    Senior Member

  • roach
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    Originally posted by chaparral 2k View Post
    Look who is in 4th currently, looking for his first podium of the year.
    I was going to mention that but I didn't want to jinx him!!!

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