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    Looks like it's going to rain again.................it's going to be a WET finish......

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    2007 FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix of Europe

    1 1 Fernando Alonso McLaren-Mercedes Winner
    2 5 Felipe Massa Ferrari +8.1 secs
    3 15 Mark Webber Red Bull-Renault +65.6 secs
    4 17 Alexander Wurz Williams-Toyota +65.9 secs
    5 14 David Coulthard Red Bull-Renault +73.6 secs
    6 9 Nick Heidfeld BMW +80.2 secs
    7 10 Robert Kubica BMW +82.4 secs
    8 4 Heikki Kovalainen Renault +1 Lap
    9 2 Lewis Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes +1 Lap
    10 3 Giancarlo Fisichella Renault +1 Lap
    11 8 Rubens Barrichello Honda +1 Lap
    12 23 Anthony Davidson Super Aguri-Honda +1 Lap
    13 12 Jarno Trulli Toyota +1 Lap
    Ret 6 Kimi Räikkönen Ferrari +26 Laps
    Ret 22 Takuma Sato Super Aguri-Honda +41 Laps
    Ret 11 Ralf Schumacher Toyota +42 Laps
    Ret 21 Markus Winkelhock Spyker-Ferrari +47 Laps
    Ret 7 Jenson Button Honda +58 Laps
    Ret 20 Adrian Sutil Spyker-Ferrari +58 Laps
    Ret 16 Nico Rosberg Williams-Toyota +58 Laps
    Ret 19 Scott Speed STR-Ferrari +58 Laps
    Ret 18 Vitantonio Liuzzi STR-Ferrari +58 Laps

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    Wah super drama mama. Never seen a F1 race quite like this before. Cars skidding everywhere and out into the sand pit. It is a pity Massa's tires are wobbly after the last pit stop. Seems like he dun have any grip. Well done Red Bull as well. Kimi really kinda unlucky with technical problems. Its always him, whether at Ferrari or McLaren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Wah super drama mama. Never seen a F1 race quite like this before. Cars skidding everywhere and out into the sand pit. It is a pity Massa's tires are wobbly after the last pit stop. Seems like he dun have any grip. Well done Red Bull as well. Kimi really kinda unlucky with technical problems. Its always him, whether at Ferrari or McLaren.
    nah... Michael confirm is a jinx to Kimi. for the last two races, Michael wasn't at the race track and Kimi won both of them. today, he is there... and what do you know? Kimi's luck ran out.

    hopefully, things will change in Hungary.

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    nah... Michael confirm is a jinx to Kimi. for the last two races, Michael wasn't at the race track and Kimi won both of them. today, he is there... and what do you know? Kimi's luck ran out.

    hopefully, things will change in Hungary.
    Maybe Kimi is nervous whenever he is being watched by Schummy.

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    What a dramatic race. When was the last time that we can see 6~7 cars 'beached' on the same sand trap?

    All in all, good drive from both the McLaren drivers. L. Hamilton has shown that he is able to overtake in spite of what is being said about his lack of overtaking skills. It was beautiful to see him ride on the slipstream of the car in front and swing out in the last moment to fling himself forward and overtake that car. Also he was smart enough to keep his car running when he was in the sand trap at Turn 1.

    F. Alonso was drove a calm race and pounced on F. Massa when the opportunity arises.

    K. Raikonnen was unlucky once again. Or maybe like what SilentWave mentioned, he is not comfortable when M. Schumacher is around? Even his 80-year old 'good luck charm' grandma's presence is not enough to spare him from a DNF.

    Anyone saw the Safety Car speeding away from danger at Turn 1 when a Red Bull was aqua-planing towards it!

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    Alonso is just 2 points away from his teammate, and the Ferrraris are not far behind, so it's gonna be an exciting season. One DNF from anybody and it could change the order drastically.

    Driver standings
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    01 Lewis Hamilton 70
    02 Fernando Alonso 68
    03 Felipe Massa 59
    04 Kimi Räikkönen 52
    05 Nick Heidfeld 36

    Constructor standings
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    01 McLaren-Mercedes 138
    02 Ferrari 111
    03 BMW 61
    04 Renault 32
    05 Williams-Toyota 18

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    Default Re: 2007 FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix of Europe. (22 Jul.)

    Only manage to catch the last few laps, but was disappointed to see Kimi didn't finish a race again. Too bad Massa obviously suffering from a lack of grip and lost the lead to Alonso. And it feels good to see Hamilton finally out of the points.

    Haiz....Ferrari is already feeling the lost of the rain master.
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    Hamilton made a bad gamble at the re-start but kudos to him for his fighting spirit! That guy is doing really well.

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    Even though I don't like Alonso, I liked the way he was pumped up after the race. That's called some celebration He knows how important this race was for him, in order to put up a fight for the championship. In hindsight, this could as well be the decisive race of the season. Alonso 10, Hamilton 0.

    The race was a mockery of sorts. Anything could've happened with the unpredictable rain.

    Ferrari missed a golden opportunity to score some serious championship points and narrow down the gap to McLaren. Kimi sure carries a jinx with him. Poor guy, I kinda pity him. He seems to be the only top driver who's marred with so many mechanical problems.

    Good to see Red Bull on the podium.

    Wonder how Jean Todt keeps the same expression whether his driver is leading the race or gets overtaken I would've been cursing and fuming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asterixsg View Post
    Wonder how Jean Todt keeps the same expression whether his driver is leading the race or gets overtaken I would've been cursing and fuming.
    Poker face Todt!

    Michelle Yeoh: Darling, let's get married...
    JT: Same poker face
    Michelle Yeoh: Darling, actually, I'm pregnant!
    JT: Same poker face

    So he's got plenty of practice laps there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunbucker View Post
    Poker face Todt!

    Michelle Yeoh: Darling, let's get married...
    JT: Same poker face
    Michelle Yeoh: Darling, actually, I'm pregnant!
    JT: Same poker face

    So he's got plenty of practice laps there!


    Holy crap Michelle Yeoh is married to Jean Todt? Wikipedia stat!

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    Holy crap Michelle Yeoh is married to Jean Todt? Wikipedia stat!
    Michelle Yeoh at that time around the filming of 'Sunshine' did mention something like after her nxt project, a film with Vin Diesel (as his wife ) , she will not have any filming & she might take a rest or break... so maybe her last film completed liao so she finally got time to get married...

    Jean Todt never fell for Vicki Butler Anderson? As she is one of the few female race car driver (& 1 of the host for Fifth Gear) when he allowed her, the first person not from Ferrari factory, to test drive a Ferrari F430 Challenge Stradale racer in Italy... he really quite expressionless when talking...

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    Default Re: 2007 FORMULA 1™ Grand Prix of Europe. (22 Jul.)

    Maybe when Michael Yeoh say: Todtie darling, my handsome white prancing horse! I wanna ride u! Then Maybe he will have a reaction.

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