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No one interested in F1? *sob sob*
2007 is such an interesting season. Hamilton is the man to look out for. My bet in on Kimi to win. Massa will not win because he is too hasty, as always while I think Ferrari has an edge over McLaren, especially with the tires. Renault is down spiraling while BMW Sauber looks promising to me too. Middle group fight will be as tense as always and I am eager to see how far the new teams can bring themselves in this fight.
BMW Sauber Rules...
Just one thing bothering me though, when alonso was with Renault the car was very fast. So, when he decided to join McLaren, I thought he was making a big mistake... why would he leave when the team was on top? Now that we're seeing Renault down spiraling, I just wondered though, did alonso knew this was gonna happend and changed team??
Oh yeah, I am a fan of Kimi but I just can't help but being impressed by Lewis Hamilton. He kinda a bit reminds me of Michael Schumacher (my former favourite driver ) from the way he can pull something out of the bag during qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton & Fernando Alonso rivalry reminds me of Alain Prost and Aryton Senna rivalry. Try search that up. They are so similar.
Yeah I agree with you Leen but I think Alonso is just jealous of Hamilton's success at McClaren...... At that time, Alonso was the world champion and suddenly came this rookie who I'm sure he thought was not a threat to him and completely stole his thunder.... so I guess Alonso's ego as the world champion just won't allow it... and it's kinda ironic that not even one of them became world champion but it was kimi who won the championship..
Have anyone read the news about Michael Schumacher becoming a test-driver for Ferrari? Talk about testing the car MAX!!! (sorry for the Eyeshield 21 reference ). I can imagine Ferrari making all their drivers racing against Schummi before signing their contract. "You beat him, we'll sign you. You can't beat him, there's the door."
That will be fun, Ichi.
You know what, Vettel and Schumacher just won the ROC Nations Cup.
He is still good in car racing, as expected.Quote:
New Thread for the Formula 1.
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I cheer for Massa, but Hamilton will most likely win. Ferrari has made some unforgivable mistakes this year and Massa is a unlucky guy. ( That GP he was in first and his car broke in the last 3 laps proved that to me )
I believe Massa will win, but the championship is most likely to be decided in te last race, and every single point must be important, just like last year.
Where the European members?
Didn't you like F1???
Grid for China's JP
The main contestors for the championship are always on the first positons except for Kubica...
I believe Alonso may surprehend us all in these final Grand Prixes... And I believe the other forum members are more interested in F-Indy and Nascar... But someone may come one of these days, it's just a matter of time.
Looks like Hamilton is close to being the champion this year, but Massa still holds a hope to get his place. I don't wish Lewis to crash or something like that, but he could get stuck in some sort of incident and mark no points in Brasil's GP...
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Yea, he's very close, but Massa have his chances.
After Kubica's 'bad' race, he don't have any possibilities of win the champion
Nascar is REALLY boring, but, What can we do?
He only needs to finish fifth to win right? Oh god, its the same position as last year. I hope he can do it (Hamilton not massa -_-)
Hi, Imperium... I cheer for Massa, but Hamilton sure has a good advantage; the last races showed there's no way to tell who's going to win.
Qualifying results show that Massa got the upper hand, but every second of this race shall have a lot of emotions!!! Hope the drivers don't get too overwhelmed and leave the fair-play behind, like some of this years' races. It would be vey disappointing to have the championship decided by the disqualification of either Massa or Hamilton...