Thread: Brazilian GP Official Thread !
19th Oct 07, 06:53 #1
Brazilian GP Official Thread !
Let's start with Thursday press conference :
19th Oct 07, 06:55 #2
Interlagos is a great circuit - I can't wait.Formerly known as theugsquirrel
19th Oct 07, 07:03 #3
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Anti clock wise...... i have missed the first corner.... here i go bang on to the tyre wall! oh sh*t i got confused with left & right ..lol
should be a great race.. gonna be glued to the itv.. but hate thier honda ads in between.. thier machines seems only good for grass cutting thesedays..
LH Vs FA Vs KR...
bring it on..☺::.·:*Lewis¨Hamilton¨*:·.F1™.·:*¨♫¨*:·.Star™.·: *¨¨*:..::☺..
19th Oct 07, 07:26 #4
This season's Brazilian GP is expected to be the most-watched race in recent times as for only the 11th time in F1's history we have a three-way fight for the drivers' title...
19th Oct 07, 07:30 #5
Would the 10 hp extra of fresh engine be useful at the track without experience?
19th Oct 07, 08:06 #6
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19th Oct 07, 10:10 #7
I can't be watching it
It is on at 2 bloody am in the middle of the night.When in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout
19th Oct 07, 13:32 #8
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19th Oct 07, 14:05 #9
19th Oct 07, 14:12 #10
If I can get up at stupid o'clock for Fuji and Shanghai, then you can get up for Brazil. Wus!
Ralf's job-hunting in first practice...
19th Oct 07, 14:29 #11
19th Oct 07, 16:38 #12
SAO PAULO : Finland's Kimi Raikkonen topped the times in rain-hit, first practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos here early Friday, the Ferrari driver enjoying a healthy advantage over his two title rivals.
Ferrari team-mate Felipe Massa was four-tenths of a second behind him with Heikki Kovalainen of Finland third for Renault, German-born Nico Rosberg fourth for Williams and title race leader Lewis Hamilton fifth for McLaren.
Hamilton, who leads team-mate and defending double world champion Fernando Alonso of Spain by four points leading into Sunday's showdown, was 1.5 seconds slower than Raikkonen after doing only 10 laps in the rain to learn the track.Those who believe in telekinetics raise my hand.
20th Oct 07, 02:12 #13
20th Oct 07, 02:14 #14
20th Oct 07, 03:46 #15chac47Guest
The race is on at 5.00am NZ so might set the alarm. I've sat through maybe three races this season - not been very impressed (OK, I'd best admit that I prefer two wheels anyway) so here's hoping for a good one to finish the season. Jensen for a podium place, could happen.
20th Oct 07, 10:33 #16
Kudos to Nakajima, who was basically equal to Rosberg in FP2. It really looks like the Japanese is an underrated driver and I hope that he can put in a magnificent effort on today's qualifying.
20th Oct 07, 13:52 #17
Lewis Hamilton Lookalike
For those who watch the very enjoyable Judge John Deed series on the telly, the baddy in the show is what Lewis Hamilton will look like in 15 years' time. The resemblance is just remarkable.When in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout
20th Oct 07, 15:08 #18
anyone know what has happened to kubica's car, apparently has stopped on track. was it a driver mistake or mechanical failure, hopefully it's not a mechanical failure as he would have to be one of the unluckiest drivers this season.Michael Schumacher - the most succesful driver in formula 1 history - ROBERT KUBICA!
20th Oct 07, 15:24 #19
The only reference I could find was on pitpass:
Kubica grinds to a halt by the side of the track
in the second sector, the Pole having clearly
suffered a technical problem. He climbs from his
car. As the yellow flags are waved, Massa doesn't
appear to slow until the very last moment, could
this lead to recriminations later?
As Massa goes quickest in the first sector,
Hamilton is back on track. Fifteen minutes
20th Oct 07, 15:30 #20
Saturday practice times:
[FONT='Courier New']1. MASSA Ferrari 1m11.810s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']2. HAMILTON McLaren 1m11.934s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']3. RAIKKONEN Ferrari 1m11.942s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']4. WEBBER Red Bull 1m12.446s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']5. TRULLI Toyota 1m12.461s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']6. BARRICHELLO Honda 1m12.478s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']7. HEIDFELD BMW 1m12.579s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']8. ALONSO McLaren 1m12.594s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']9. VETTEL Toro Rosso 1m12.767s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']10. ROSBERG Williams 1m12.823s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']11. LIUZZI Toro Rosso 1m12.893s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']12. FISICHELLA Renault 1m12.913s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']13. BUTTON Honda 1m13.015s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']14. SCHUMACHER Toyota 1m13.046s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']15. KOVALAINEN Renault 1m13.090s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']16. COULTHARD Red Bull 1m13.117s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']17. DAVIDSON Super Aguri 1m13.299s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']18. SATO Super Aguri 1m13.331s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']19. NAKAJIMA Williams 1m13.474s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']20. KUBICA BMW 1m13.525s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']21. SUTIL Spyker 1m13.684s [/FONT][FONT='Courier New']22. YAMAMOTO Spyker 1m13.872s
[FONT='Courier New']I'd settle for that come Sunday evening![/FONT]