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    Finally !!! The official announcement is out on formula1.com

    3 more hours to the race. So much to talk about during raceday segment today. I am sure the commentators will have a field day.

    karwing, thanks for the insider info
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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Race going on pretty much as expected.

    I didn't care much about Alex Yoong as an F1 driver, but as a commentator, he has my utmost respect. His knowledge of F1 coupled with a good command over the English language, makes his commentary very interesting. He explanation of the details is very nice to hear.

    For once, I am happy with Star Sports.

    And Paula looked so hot today , wonder how Steve Dawson can even look straight without his eyes darting you know where
    The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt....

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by asterixsg View Post
    Race going on pretty much as expected.

    I didn't care much about Alex Yoong as an F1 driver, but as a commentator, he has my utmost respect. His knowledge of F1 coupled with a good command over the English language, makes his commentary very interesting. He explanation of the details is very nice to hear.

    For once, I am happy with Star Sports.

    And Paula looked so hot today , wonder how Steve Dawson can even look straight without his eyes darting you know where
    Yeah Alex Yoong can be a star commentator. I think he is excellent! But Chris Goodwin is as good as well.

    Paula, she did something to her hair. Its her hair. I forgot which race but should be the last race, she did her hair and wore a deep plunging neckline dress that showcase her massive knockers.

    Man Ferrari really **** up!

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    Yesssssssssssssssssssss!!!!

    Hamilton!!!!!!

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Yeah Alex Yoong can be a star commentator. I think he is excellent! But Chris Goodwin is as good as well.

    Paula, she did something to her hair. Its her hair. I forgot which race but should be the last race, she did her hair and wore a deep plunging neckline dress that showcase her massive knockers.

    Man Ferrari really **** up!
    Chris Goodwin is good too.

    But Paula is the BEST

    An average race, this one. At least not as eventful as the previous race.

    Alonso had a good drive to gain 2 places, but Nick did well to hold off Alonso. Ferrari botched their strategy, am certain they are missing Ross Brawn a lot. They should've kept Massa on the softer tyres for the last stint and a splash n dash last pitstop. Kimi drove a near perfect race but this guy Hamilton doesn't make mistakes, does he ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by asterixsg View Post
    Chris Goodwin is good too.

    But Paula is the BEST

    An average race, this one. At least not as eventful as the previous race.

    Alonso had a good drive to gain 2 places, but Nick did well to hold off Alonso. Ferrari botched their strategy, am certain they are missing Ross Brawn a lot. They should've kept Massa on the softer tyres for the last stint and a splash n dash last pitstop. Kimi drove a near perfect race but this guy Hamilton doesn't make mistakes, does he ?
    He does make mistakes but recovers instantly.....!

    As in his rookie year, he is doing much better than those who started as a rookie. Wonder what will happen when he turns pro......

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    Quote Originally Posted by asterixsg View Post
    Race going on pretty much as expected.

    I didn't care much about Alex Yoong as an F1 driver, but as a commentator, he has my utmost respect. His knowledge of F1 coupled with a good command over the English language, makes his commentary very interesting. He explanation of the details is very nice to hear.
    to be fair to alex, the minardi was a dog to drive


    Quote Originally Posted by asterixsg View Post
    For once, I am happy with Star Sports.

    And Paula looked so hot today , wonder how Steve Dawson can even look straight without his eyes darting you know where
    cos he knows his wife, kids, relatives might me watching him

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Hamilton!!!! Whahey, my team and driver won, score, love that guy!

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Good race by Hamilton and Kimi. And I'm happy to see Alonso out of the podium, ha ha
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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Well done L. Hamilton and F. Alonso. K. Raikonnen too.

    Anyone knew what was the talk about L. Hamilton disobeying some orders? (I heard snatches of it from ITV)

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Hungarian Grand Prix, 70 laps, result

    1. HAMILTON McLaren 1h35m52.991s
    2. RAIKKONEN Ferrari +0.7s
    3. HEIDFELD BMW +43.1s
    4. ALONSO Mclaren +44.8s
    5. KUBICA BMW +47.6s
    6. SCHUMACHER Toyota +50.6s
    7. ROSBERG Williams +59.1s
    8. KOVALAINEN Renault +1m08.1s
    9. WEBBER Red Bull +1m16.3s
    10. TRULLI Toyota +1 lap
    11. COULTHARD Red Bull +1 lap
    12. FISICHELLA Renault +1 lap
    13. MASSA Ferrari +1 lap
    14. WURZ Williams +1 lap
    15. SATO Super Aguri +1 lap
    16. VETTEL Toro Rosso +1 lap
    17. SUTIL Spyker +2 laps
    18. BARRICHELLO Honda +2 laps
    R. LIUZZI Toro Rosso +28 laps
    R. DAVIDSON Super Aguri +29 laps
    R. BUTTON Honda +35 laps
    R. YAMAMOTO Spyker +66 laps

    Fastest lap: RAIKKONEN 1m20.047s (lap 70)

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Canew View Post
    Anyone knew what was the talk about L. Hamilton disobeying some orders? (I heard snatches of it from ITV)
    McLaren blames Hamilton for the delay during qualifying for not letting Alonso pass him.
    Hamilton said he has apologised to every member of the team but one person is not speaking to him anymore.
    The FIA did not agree with McLaren, however, and penalised Alonso five places on the grid and forfeited the 15 constructor points of the team for that race.

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by arpinkor View Post
    McLaren blames Hamilton for the delay during qualifying for not letting Alonso pass him.
    Hamilton said he has apologised to every member of the team but one person is not speaking to him anymore.
    The FIA did not agree with McLaren, however, and penalised Alonso five places on the grid and forfeited the 15 constructor points of the team for that race.
    Ha ha, more stife within the Mclaren team We'll definitely see one of the driver changing team next season.
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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    check this out...

    Ron Dennis has two fiercely competitive drivers to manage. What an interesting problem !!!

    http://www.f1races.in/inside.asp?tim...00775202718830

    McLaren has invested so much in Hamilton. I don't see him moving out the team, neither would McLaren want to let go of him. I think it will be Alonso who would quit the team. These days contracts don't mean a thing. If another team wants him desperately, they will pay to bail him out.

    At this rate, I would bet on Alonso going back to Renault. Flavio and he shared a very close relationship, I was really surprised when I heard last year that Alonso wanted to move to McLaren.

    I hope to see new faces in F1 next year. Barrichello, Fisi, Ralf are all old horses - way past their prime.
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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by arpinkor View Post
    McLaren blames Hamilton for the delay during qualifying for not letting Alonso pass him.
    Hamilton said he has apologised to every member of the team but one person is not speaking to him anymore.
    The FIA did not agree with McLaren, however, and penalised Alonso five places on the grid and forfeited the 15 constructor points of the team for that race.
    arpinkor, thanks for clarifying. I know better now.

    But the penalty imposed on F. Alonso and McLaren was for this incident.

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by Canew View Post
    arpinkor, thanks for clarifying. I know better now.

    But the penalty imposed on F. Alonso and McLaren was for this incident.
    It's the same incident. According to Reuters, Hamilton repeatedly ignored the team's (McLaren's) request to let Alonso past during the final qualifying. Later, Alonso held up Hamilton in the pit lane long enough to prevent Hamilton from beating his time in the dying seconds of qualifying. The FIA punished Alonso and McLaren, but did not punish Hamilton.

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Oh I see. Thanks again, arpinkor!

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Hmmm.......I missed most of the race. Din know got so many hooha. Ferrari and McLaren are really turning into a circus! 1 forget to pump fuel, 1 got internal fight.....

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    ahhh... team-mates rivalry. are we seeing another Senna-Prost rivalry here? things are not looking too good at McLaren. if this rivalry goes on... the entire team will suffer.

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    Default Re: FORMULA 1™ Magyar Nagydíj 2007. (5 Aug.)

    Quote Originally Posted by afbug View Post
    Hmmm.......I missed most of the race. Din know got so many hooha. Ferrari and McLaren are really turning into a circus! 1 forget to pump fuel, 1 got internal fight.....
    the fuel pumping incident is damn stupid from what i see. because of this, Massa took another back step in the title chase.

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