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Well, the good guys are in number 1 & 2 with the bad guys starting in the middle. They cheated again and were put down.

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post #2 of 9 Old 03-22-2008, 11:47 AM
 
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It does look promising. Interesting race since it was a quite evenly spread diff of 3.908 sec between Massa (pole) and Glock (10th) in Q3. I guess there will be a lot of different tactics on display and if you throw in the above 50% chance/risk of rain, well... :-)

If the rain will be there it is going to be interesting to see how they do without TC. Then we'll have to pray hard for Massa. :-) He's really not comfortable on a wet track. Just remember his all time low wet race at Nürburgring last year. And that with TC.
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post #3 of 9 Old 03-23-2008, 03:29 AM
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I got up early and watched the race live. Kimi drove a great race and was in a different league than the rest of the field today. Massa on the other hand made a mess of things again. If I was running the Ferrari team, I would put him in a high powered cart for the next 5 days and force him to relearn how to drive without traction control. He competely blew an easy #2 on the podium and a nice set of constructors points for Ferrari.
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It sure was nice to see Kimi win even if it for the team felt like missing points. Hopefully Massa will be gone at least for 2009. Who to replace him with? Hmm, really interesting and tricky...

I sure hope he at least will hold in Bahrain. If he makes another mistake there to put him out of the race, then he'll be in big trouble in Italy. :-)
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post #5 of 9 Old 03-24-2008, 01:20 PM
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Great work by Raikonnen!!!

What actually happened to Massa?
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Great work by Raikonnen!!!

What actually happened to Massa?
He has yet to prove that he can drive without traction control.
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You may be right
Still, a good effort anyway...
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You may be right
Still, a good effort anyway...
From another point of view, Raikonnen can borrow any of my cars, Massa would only be allowed to drive the 360s.
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