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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    Quote Originally Posted by damian77
    Alonso's car catch fire after he park his car
    That is what is called: 'Fiery Celebration!'

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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    Aiya last race liao mah, Might as well bang into those FIA people for warning them not to change rules

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    What a drama China GP, The biggest gainer frm all of it must be Ralf.

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    Yeah, it's nice to see Ralf, Felipe and Klien scoring points..thought Rubens can did well..sad for Ferrari.

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    Au Revoir, V10 and 2005 F1 season!!!

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    Aaahhh........its sad to see the last race of the V10s and Rubens in a Ferrari.

    Enjoyed watching the race together with you guys, hope to do it again next year.

    We should start a F1 chat thread!

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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    Watch out for more Renault wins in next year F1..
    Well done Renault... constructor and driver championship for year 2005.

    btw, great drive from Alonso today.. the way he managed to pull ahead ~20 sec before the SC came out.

    from Renault F1 website:

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    Greatest lesson from the China GP, CHECK YOUR MIRRORS BEFORE CHANGING LANES. That applies to anyone, even if you were the former F1 world champion.

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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    Quote Originally Posted by damian77
    Greatest lesson from the China GP, CHECK YOUR MIRRORS BEFORE CHANGING LANES. That applies to anyone, even if you were the former F1 world champion.
    Hahhhahaa. Very good advice damian77.

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    We are the champions - my friends
    And we'll keep on fighting - till the end -
    We are the champions -
    We are the champions
    No time for losers
    'Cause we are the champions - of the world -

    well done Alonso & Renault

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug
    Aaahhh........its sad to see the last race of the V10s and Rubens in a Ferrari.

    Enjoyed watching the race together with you guys, hope to do it again next year.

    We should start a F1 chat thread!
    Yeah, we should continue from the one u created last time...

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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    And a good bye for Paul Staddard, Peter Sauber, Dupasquier.....

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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    Renault never produce sports cars.. its unbelievable how they can beat the Mclarens and Ferraris in F1 this season.. Deserved it man!

    Wonder how come my renault kangoo always giving so many probblems while their F1 cars so "sat-sat".. kaoz.. anyway its a fantastic season !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig
    Yeah, we should continue from the one u created last time...
    Ok. So long guys. I gonna rest my sore backside. Pain pain after sitting for hours in front of TV. See ya!

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    Default Re: F1 - Chinese GP, Shanghai, 16 Oct. 2005.

    So long everyone. Till next year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GanS_n_PoserS
    Renault never produce sports cars.. its unbelievable how they can beat the Mclarens and Ferraris in F1 this season.. Deserved it man!

    Wonder how come my renault kangoo always giving so many probblems while their F1 cars so "sat-sat".. kaoz.. anyway its a fantastic season !
    Well, the Silver Arrows & Scarlet cars dates back long long in the racing world. Perhaps Reanult will come out with some commerical sports cars soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damian77
    Well, the Silver Arrows & Scarlet cars dates back long long in the racing world. Perhaps Reanult will come out with some commerical sports cars soon.
    After winning Drivers and Constructors, i'm sure Renault brand will have a great boost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canew
    So long everyone. Till next year...
    yeah indeed..time really flies, i've been chasing n learning this year season since M'sia race till now..it's a great time to end, as my exam is coming soon!

    It's really nice to see Season Complete in F1 offical site..it's like a break for us too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GanS_n_PoserS
    Renault never produce sports cars.. its unbelievable how they can beat the Mclarens and Ferraris in F1 this season.. Deserved it man!

    Wonder how come my renault kangoo always giving so many probblems while their F1 cars so "sat-sat".. kaoz.. anyway its a fantastic season !








    Renault Spyder

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    Funny looking car...

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