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  • Ralf's big contract

    http://www.f1racing.net/en/news.php?newsID=103626


  • #2
    Yes, and it's a mystery. Is it the name, or what? He doesn't seem to be any better than... well anyone, really. Klien? Massa? Heidfeld?

    There was a radio moment this year at some race during practice, I think. The engineer was trying to tell Ralf what they were thinking of doing and Ralf interrupted: "yeah, yeah, just take the bloody downforce off the car. can you do that? thank you."

    But whatever works, I suppose.
    Last edited by JSR; 11-22-2005, 08:27 PM.

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    • #3
      On most days Ralf is a mediocre driver, and very seldom a racer. Once in a long while he has an "on" day and is pretty fast, but it's been a while since we've seen him like that. Slick Willi Weber is obviously earning his 20% in negotiating such a huge salary for Ralf. But what were Toyota thinking? They would have been better sticking to Mika Salo or Cristiano De Matta.

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      • #4
        When was the last time that any driver in any type of race at IMS has hit the wall in the same place three years in a row? (Danny Ongias hit it regularly but in different places). Just wondering if Ralf could make history in 2006. Unlike his bro, he doesn't have many records. The Speedway could nail a chunk of concrete to a board and Ralfie would have something to set on the fireplace.
        "The depressing thing about tennis is that no matter how good I get, I'll never be as good as a wall." Mitch Hedberg

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        • #5
          Originally posted by racer x-f1
          When was the last time that any driver in any type of race at IMS has hit the wall in the same place three years in a row? (Danny Ongias hit it regularly but in different places). Just wondering if Ralf could make history in 2006. Unlike his bro, he doesn't have many records. The Speedway could nail a chunk of concrete to a board and Ralfie would have something to set on the fireplace.
          Many of the great road circuits name the corners. In some cases they are named after drivers. It's time to start the rename Turn 13 "The Schumacher Jr. Sweeper" campaign!

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