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    Default F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    Hello everyone,

    This weekend is F1 weekend again.

    Looks like the McLarens are flexing their muscles at the first practice session today. Hope that their pace continues and will end up winning the Italian GP.

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    Quote Originally Posted by Canew
    Hello everyone,

    This weekend is F1 weekend again.

    Looks like the McLarens are flexing their muscles at the first practice session today. Hope that their pace continues and will end up winning the Italian GP.
    Forza Ferrari!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug
    Forza Ferrari!
    i think that would take a miracle

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    Yeah, ferrari is not doing well this year...guess the two main driver is kimi vs alonso again...

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    I am rooting for Kimi / McLaren!!

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    looking forward to see v8s in action next year no more v10

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    Hope the ICE man wins again.

    But Alonzo with 24 points clear & 5 race remaining, Kimi must win & hope that Alonzo fail to be within the top 8.

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    Yes, although Alonso is very far ahead in terms of points, I am still hoping that a miracle will happen. But his bad luck seems to dog him, like today's qualifying when he was dockde 10 positions for an engine change (although he was the fastest).

    Hope that things will work out fine tomorrow.

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    Gentlemen,

    The race is about to start soon. So, "START YOUR ENGINES!"

    GO Kimi GO!
    GO Juan Pablo GO!
    GO McLaren GO!

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    Not a good start for Kimi. Stuck behind JV of SAUBER.

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    McLaren trying very hard to bring Kimi up the positions.

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    It's really a boring race, It's like a 20 car locomotive today. Overtaking is minimal but good ones though

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    Guess luck wasn't on Kimi side. He was fast but just not lucky enough. Engine change, left rear tyre problem + a spin just sums it all up.

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    I found the race to be exciting - bitter sweet victory for McLaren. But honestly, I think the World Championship for 2006 will be Fernando Alonso.

    What's left to fight for now is only the Constructor's Championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canew
    I found the race to be exciting - bitter sweet victory for McLaren. But honestly, I think the World Championship for 2006 will be Fernando Alonso.

    What's left to fight for now is only the Constructor's Championship.
    2005 lor....unless u got crystal ball, in which case we should all bet to get more $$$

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    Default Re: F1 - Italian GP @ Monza, 4 Sep.

    Oh thanks burger, yes, it is supposed to be 2005 Championship. Thanks for pointing it out!

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