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    HAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHA
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    LOL! Can't have said it better myself!

    Luca needs to do two things. First, get that bunch of sour grapes out of his mouth, and second, pull that unnecessary Italian pride b/s out of his arse. In the grand scheme of things, it's clear he wants to have an ALL Italian Ferrari team. Unfortunately for him, that kind of, ahem, nationalistic movement ALMOST NEVER WINS. The last guy who tried to do that in the 1940s or so, didn't meet such a great end.

    Luca, you pr*ck, TALENT comes in different colors, nationalities, and sizes. Just because you're an Italian team doesn't mean every person on the team has to be Italian. Start with the team head Stefano. Bring back the little Napolean!!!!!

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    Thats a good one! Stupid Luca! Don't disgrace your team any further! Sorry ferrari fans, if its one thing I can't tolerate, its sore losers.
    Last edited by Evilmerlin; 2nd October 2008 at 03:05 PM. Reason: I'll be more specific...:D

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    Thats a good one! Stupid ferrari! Hope they don't win anymore! Sorry ferrari fans, if its one thing I can't tolerate, its sore losers.
    Ooi! Curse him, but not the team ah...

    Maybe on his way to Japan, he shares the same first class cabin with a Japanese Sumo team and gets bumped all over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunbucker View Post
    Ooi! Curse him, but not the team ah...

    Maybe on his way to Japan, he shares the same first class cabin with a Japanese Sumo team and gets bumped all over
    yah lor. i don't think the team cursed and swear at the circuit. i'm sure they are also disappointed with the results through their own actions. and Massa have already consoled the person who accidentally switched the pit lane light indicator to green.

    wanna curse... curse Luca and not the entire team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilmerlin View Post
    Thats a good one! Stupid ferrari! Hope they don't win anymore! Sorry ferrari fans, if its one thing I can't tolerate, its sore losers.
    heh...you whacking all ferrari fans or just luca? cos seems like only luca is the sore loser?

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    Ok, I've edited my post to be more specific.

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    hehe...must clearer now.

    FORZA FERRARI!!!

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    With this kind statement by Ferrari president, "Tracks such as Singapore would be more suitable for staging a circus.", I think Ferrari should have won the best act award in this circus too.



    Best act during race day:
    1) Massa dragging the fuel line off
    2) engineers running to the end of pit lane wanking the fuel line off
    3) Kimi crashing into the wall @ 4/61 laps to go.

    Wonder why he didn't make that comment earlier when Massa took pole during Qualifying.

    Ferrari used to be my fav team since Schumi days....sigh.....major disappointment for me.
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    ferrari lost its some of its reliability and pitcrew competency since the braun-todt-schumacher team disbanded. team strategy also not not so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    ferrari lost its some of its reliability and pitcrew competency since the braun-todt-schumacher team disbanded. team strategy also not not so good.
    Agreed. The Ferrari pit crews had been making quite a few uncharacteristic errors that had cost the team points. Hope they buck up for the last 3 races.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    ferrari lost its some of its reliability and pitcrew competency since the braun-todt-schumacher team disbanded. team strategy also not not so good.
    This further proves that a company/organisation needs talented people to help them run the show...and with a president of a large organisation making such remarks without thinking of the consequences, it is no wonder that the best in the team have chosen to leave.
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    Aiya, all of u kenna snook big time by him already la. He is doing a 'Mourinho'! Saying controversal stuff, taking the heat and attention off his misfiring pit crew.

    Looking foward, if it rains in Fuji, think Ferrari will struggle again but Shanghai and Interlagos should be strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    ferrari lost its some of its reliability and pitcrew competency since the braun-todt-schumacher team disbanded. team strategy also not not so good.
    What some? You're very kind! They lost everything when the trio left. Even when Schumi is still involve, its still a far cry.

    During the trio's reign, its was race perfection. Schumi behind a car, just do a pit stop and walla! He is infront when he emerge from the pits. It was clock work perfection for almost every race.

    No such thing as forget to refuel cars, cork up race strategy and turing the pit stop into a circus act.

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    No such thing as forget to refuel cars, cork up race strategy and turing the pit stop into a circus act.
    ROTFL!!!!! Man, as painful as those memories are, yes, forgetting to refuel Massa's car pretty much takes the cake.

    The Ferrari teamwork has indeed become a circus act in itself. Like a soccer team with star players but struggling to function as a team, it's really painful to watch the past few races, especially as a Ferrari supporter.

    Unless some serious soul-searching happens, this season is pretty much gone for the Scuderia.

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    What some? You're very kind! They lost everything when the trio left. Even when Schumi is still involve, its still a far cry.

    During the trio's reign, its was race perfection. Schumi behind a car, just do a pit stop and walla! He is infront when he emerge from the pits. It was clock work perfection for almost every race.

    No such thing as forget to refuel cars, cork up race strategy and turing the pit stop into a circus act.
    yes.. "some" is an understatement indeed.


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    ROTFL!!!!! Man, as painful as those memories are, yes, forgetting to refuel Massa's car pretty much takes the cake.

    The Ferrari teamwork has indeed become a circus act in itself. Like a soccer team with star players but struggling to function as a team, it's really painful to watch the past few races, especially as a Ferrari supporter.

    Unless some serious soul-searching happens, this season is pretty much gone for the Scuderia.
    hopefully ferrari has bottomed-out and can only get better.

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    Why is the use of the Safety car a disgrace to F1?
    Some driver crashed.
    Luca meant to say that driver's life is not important?

    How is the organiser or supervisor of the race going to know whether the driver was not injured/slightly injured/critically injured in the crash? How is he going to answer to the family of the driver, if the driver died because someone was afraid of what Luca will say, and therefore did NOT activate the Safety car?

    Is not human life paramount, over and above any F1 racing trophy?

    What about other cars crashing into this one if they are not warned through activation of the Safety car?

    If the Safety car was not supposed to be activated in a crash, then why have a Safety car in the F1 in the first place?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricohflex View Post
    Why is the use of the Safety car a disgrace to F1?
    Some driver crashed.
    Luca meant to say that driver's life is not important?

    How is the organiser or supervisor of the race going to know whether the driver was not injured/slightly injured/critically injured in the crash? How is he going to answer to the family of the driver, if the driver died because someone was afraid of what Luca will say, and therefore did NOT activate the Safety car?

    Is not human life paramount, over and above any F1 racing trophy?

    What about other cars crashing into this one if they are not warned through activation of the Safety car?

    If the Safety car was not supposed to be activated in a crash, then why have a Safety car in the F1 in the first place?
    He din make himself clear. McLaren boss said they want some changes regarding the safety car precedure. Currently, once the safety car is deployed, all track positions are jumbled up, esp when they dive into pits. So they want this change next season. but I dunno if FIA will entertain them or not.

    Ever since Aryton Senna died, F1 have never been safer. No one said lives are not impt. Its top priority now. If u followed F1, u will know its many changes and rules.

    Drivers are not only warned by safety cars. If thats the case, it will be too late as the F1 cars are going very much faster than the safety cars. They are warned via radio the moment a crash happened whether the safety car is deployed or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunbucker View Post
    ROTFL!!!!! Man, as painful as those memories are, yes, forgetting to refuel Massa's car pretty much takes the cake.

    The Ferrari teamwork has indeed become a circus act in itself. Like a soccer team with star players but struggling to function as a team, it's really painful to watch the past few races, especially as a Ferrari supporter.

    Unless some serious soul-searching happens, this season is pretty much gone for the Scuderia.
    My friend who dun follow F1 but MotoGP fan tot its was a joke when Massa drove off with the fuel hose still attached. I told him he have not seen the ultimate stunt Ferrari pulled off in recent years. Told him about the 'forget to refuel incident' and he just dun believe it happened.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    yes.. "some" is an understatement indeed.




    hopefully ferrari has bottomed-out and can only get better.
    lol can only hope they buckle down and get their act together. Think the drivers title is almost lost but the constructors title is still very much up for grabs.

    For Massa to win, not only Ferrari have to deliever, Kimi must also assist by getting infront of Hamster. Quite a long shot considering Kimi blows hot and cold, even when his own title is under threat.... let alone helping his team mate.

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