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

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig
    It's really nice to see Season Complete in F1 offical site..it's like a break for us too!
    No, Flyingpig, you are wrong about taking a break. If you want more of open-wheeled racing, try the A1 GP. Here is the homepage of the A1 GP.

    The A1 GP complements the F1 GP by racing during the F1's off season! Yay! More racing to watch. (but that's another thread)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canew
    No, Flyingpig, you are wrong about taking a break. If you want more of open-wheeled racing, try the A1 GP. Here is the homepage of the A1 GP.

    The A1 GP complements the F1 GP by racing during the F1's off season! Yay! More racing to watch. (but that's another thread)
    Wah, you A1 also watch ah. Singapore no team lay.

    Unless you wana support Malaysia. Go Alex Young.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damian77
    Wah, you A1 also watch ah. Singapore no team lay.

    Unless you wana support Malaysia. Go Alex Young.
    Errr, I have not watched a single A1 race before. Might start doing so next week since F1 GP is over for 2005 season. If not, might suffer from 'F1 withdrawal symptoms.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canew
    Errr, I have not watched a single A1 race before. Might start doing so next week since F1 GP is over for 2005 season. If not, might suffer from 'F1 withdrawal symptoms.'
    Not to worry my frd, think as the post season starts, there will still be lost of action off the racing circuit. The who's going where, the teams changes etc.. then b4 you noe it, the 5 lights will illuminate again.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Canew
    No, Flyingpig, you are wrong about taking a break. If you want more of open-wheeled racing, try the A1 GP. Here is the homepage of the A1 GP.

    The A1 GP complements the F1 GP by racing during the F1's off season! Yay! More racing to watch. (but that's another thread)
    Woah u watching all series of racing?

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

    I think this one looks better...

    The Renault Megane Trophy

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

    And here comes the Driver end year photo, with Renault sitting center for the first time!

    Wah lao eh, all don't know looking where.... this is not the first time already..


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

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig

    Where is SATO??? the most interesting F1 driver of the year...

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

    That 2 in the middle on the 2nd with blue suit are Honda..surpise yah?

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

    A1 ah? Dun quite understand. Got sprint race and featured race and so many countries. I only know Brazil doing quite well. If only SG got a team........

    Oh yes, Rossi won in Aust.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig
    Woah u watching all series of racing?
    Yes, I am 'attracted' to all types of 4-wheeled racing. Last time used to follow rallying also, but due to lack of media coverage here, dropped it already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig
    And here comes the Driver end year photo, with Renault sitting center for the first time!

    Wah lao eh, all don't know looking where.... this is not the first time already..

    interesting...wonder what happened to Ralf?

    and seems like a lot of private jokes going round? most of them not looking at the photog

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig
    And here comes the Driver end year photo, with Renault sitting center for the first time!

    Wah lao eh, all don't know looking where.... this is not the first time already..

    Flyingpig, may I know where did you get this picture?

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

    From Formula1.com. I cutted it out from Prt scr Oh no, i'm doing something bad.

    But i managed to found one better, heres a one with more proper group photo taken from a website.



    And YES btw, where's Ralf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyingpig

    And YES btw, where's Ralf?

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

    Simple lah. Ralf is the photog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug
    Simple lah. Ralf is the photog!
    F1 driver dun earn enough meah, must do freelance..

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

    Quote Originally Posted by damian77
    F1 driver dun earn enough meah, must do freelance..
    You know la....he sometimes damn kuku wan.....maybe he thinks that the offical photog is incompetent, so he garang and take over lor.

    During his time at Williams with Montoya, i call them Dumb and Dumber cos they often crash into each other or others, taking themselves out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug
    You know la....he sometimes damn kuku wan.....maybe he thinks that the offical photog is incompetent, so he garang and take over lor.

    During his time at Williams with Montoya, i call them Dumb and Dumber cos they often crash into each other or others, taking themselves out.
    Maybe Ralf camera gota more M pixel .

    Neah, shldn't be the dumb & dumber case, frm where truilli stands, think he just dun wana stand behind his bro.

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

    Yeah....eeks my bro is infront of me!

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