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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by news 4 u Click here to enlarge
    I hate Lewis Hamilton
    Duh.. Why?
    You 'll not gonna like the result of this race then Click here to enlarge
    This was a really exiting race!
    What an increddible drive from Mark Webber!
    So much going on Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    Duh.. Why?
    You 'll not gonna like the result of this race then Click here to enlarge
    This was a really exiting race!
    What an increddible drive from Mark Webber!
    So much going on Click here to enlarge
    Yes, this must have been one of the best races i've ever seen. So exciting! Epic battle for 1st and 3'rd. Webber was on fire today. 18-3, that's pretty awsome. And without KERS.

    Wonder what Button was thinking about on his 1'st stop.. Or what Vettel was thinking when Button did that right in front of him... Click here to enlarge

    Awsomeness!!

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    didn't see the Chinese grandprix , how was that?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    didn't see the Chinese grandprix , how was that?
    Apparently it was very good.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    didn't see the Chinese grandprix , how was that?
    You really missed out on a great race.
    This race was where all the little rule adaptations came together. Even more then in the Maleisian GP.
    So much tactical issues going on, so much battles and overtaking.
    Button stopping at the Red Bull pit was dead funny, with Vettel just behind him Click here to enlarge
    Find a torrent and download this. You reallly do not want to miss this race.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    didn't see the Chinese grandprix , how was that?
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    The China GP was one of the best races in a while, lots of fighting and overtaking. Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton both had an amazing race. I'm glad the Massa from 2008 is back. I'm sick and tired of cry baby Alonso, if only Schumi was able to pass him at the end. My biggest hope is that Mercedes GP will become one of the top 3 contenders the next race.

    Bring on the Turkish GP!!!
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    Best race I've seen for a long long time. Mark Webber is my idol. Unreal driving in this one.

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    Saw this vid on youtube promoting the Austin F1 GP, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DImp-...ature=youtu.be
    Looks to be a good track, reminds me alot of the old Austrian A1 curcuit with the straights and elevation changes.
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    There are two theories to arguing with women. Neither one works

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    i was be able to see every boring race in this season and last previous season but when it comes to exciting races, I'm busy !
    damn !!

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    The F1 European leg starts this weekend with the Turkish Grand Prix. Alot of team are expected to bring big package upgrades to their cars.

    I think the DRS system will be used after turn 11. I'm hoping Mclaren and Mercedes will be able to bring it to Red Bull. Go Schumi!!!
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    I have the ticket for Istanbul GP Click here to enlarge
    I'm wondering if they let me drive instead of Schumacher because it seems he can't drive anymore.

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    Awesome man. I'll be at the Silverstone GP this year. I've watched F1 since 93 and this will be my first live race, pretty excited.

    Awe, had to throw a cheap shot at Schumi.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Scourge82 Click here to enlarge
    Awesome man. I'll be at the Silverstone GP this year. I've watched F1 since 93 and this will be my first live race, pretty excited.

    Awe, had to throw a cheap shot at Schumi.
    cool bro, this is my first live race tooClick here to enlarge
    hopefully we will be able to witness exciting races, I mean it must be exciting ! Click here to enlarge

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    I'm hoping the same. So far all the races this year have been exciting. I was hesitant a bit with DRS and the Perelli tyres in the beginning, but I admit they made F1 enjoyable again.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Scourge82 Click here to enlarge
    The F1 European leg starts this weekend with the Turkish Grand Prix. Alot of team are expected to bring big package upgrades to their cars.

    I think the DRS system will be used after turn 11. I'm hoping Mclaren and Mercedes will be able to bring it to Red Bull. Go Schumi!!!
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    Good stuff, race is Sunday right?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Good stuff, race is Sunday right?
    Yup, race is this Sunday at 2:00 pm GMT time

    Sorena,
    You got to post some good pictures from the race and some pit babes.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Good stuff, race is Sunday right?
    Sticky, its on 7:30am eastern Sunday morning, 4:30am for us on the west coast.

    When they go to Europe is when the races are on at sh*t hours. DVR is the only way to go.

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    There is allready talk of replacing Schumacher.
    He is constantly being outperformed by his teammate Rosberg.
    Ferrari has big interrest in Rosberg. If Rosberg will transfer to Ferrare, the Scot Paul di Resta is rumoured to take his place.
    If Rosberg stays at Mercedes, the rumour is Schumacher will be replaced by di Resta.
    Face it people, the man is too old for F1.
    Old glory (for the fans of Schumi).
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Scourge82 Click here to enlarge
    Yup, race is this Sunday at 2:00 pm GMT time

    Sorena,
    You got to post some good pictures from the race and some pit babes.
    I have a blower delivery for Saturday, have to stay and receive it.
    I'm trying to change the delivery time or catch a flight in Saturday night.
    I'm not going to watch GP, i can watch it later, just for Grid girls Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    There is allready talk of replacing Schumacher.
    He is constantly being outperformed by his teammate Rosberg.
    Ferrari has big interrest in Rosberg. If Rosberg will transfer to Ferrare, the Scot Paul di Resta is rumoured to take his place.
    If Rosberg stays at Mercedes, the rumour is Schumacher will be replaced by di Resta.
    Face it people, the man is too old for F1.
    Old glory (for the fans of Schumi).
    He will be there for at least the remainder of the season. Doesn't matter how poor his results are. They won't pull him mid-season out of respect. Ross Brawn won't let it happen.

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    If anyone can receive BBC1, they should watch the race there.
    With David Couldhart and Martin Brunddle in the commentary box, and Eddy Jordan, Jake Humfrey and David Couldhart in the pits up front there is no better team in the world to make educated comments.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M3_WC Click here to enlarge
    He will be there for at least the remainder of the season. Doesn't matter how poor his results are. They won't pull him mid-season out of respect. Ross Brawn won't let it happen.
    yes, he won't let it happen and eventually it will cause him problems.
    though Schumi attracts attention everywhere he goes which is great for his Sponsors, Mercedes GP sponsors aren't happy with recent weak show from team.

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