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#16 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by Olga 24.11.2013 20:34

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Quote: claudie wrote in post #14
Another good one ;D http://24.media.tumblr.com/76274d7d5c125...ikcuzo1_400.gif


i saw this tweet for this : run, run, maldo is coming

#17 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by WHATEVER 25.11.2013 05:00

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It certainly was an entertaining race.

I think Massa's drive through wasn't necessary, I mean, everyone else was doing it too.

Anyway it was very difficult to beat Mercedes, not impossible, but difficult. And I'm glad for Mercedes, for Rosberg specially, he's really nice.

I was left wondering again: "why doesn't things happen to Vettel or Alonso?"

#18 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by icemaid 25.11.2013 05:08

First race of 2013, Kimi won the race for Lotus.
Last race of 2013, Lotus zero point.



Can't wait for 2014!
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#19 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by WHATEVER 25.11.2013 14:32

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I have to change my opinion on Massa's drive through. Since I read both Mercedes drivers reported Massa was constantly passing his 4 tyres over it.

But since Mercedes was the team who was most benefitted by the penalty, there are always suspiscious thoughts on my mind. And Hamilton also got a penalty so that made things even. I wonder how much money there is at stake between 2nd and 3rd in Constructors

#20 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by Sonny 25.11.2013 15:46

I don't know how much money the team gets.. But I know p2 gets somewhere in the range if $10-15 million dollars more than p3 !

#21 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by Denorth 25.11.2013 17:17

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I can't believe that a driver who claimed once 'if I had to pay for it I won't drive in F1' now talking about 'given podium' as something valuable and worthy talking (crying) about.



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Massa eventually took seventh following the penalty, and was certain he had been on for a podium.

"For sure Fernando would've let me by at the end, so I'm sure the situation would've been completely different," he said.

"But in the end, I don't want to think about that, I want to think about the nice time I've had with Ferrari, and the friends I met and all the opportunities I had as well."

Asked by AUTOSPORT to explain exactly what he and Alonso had agreed, Massa replied: "We didn't have any agreement, to be honest, but he came to say 'whenever you are behind me, I will let you by'."



http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/111598

I never had much respect to him and he just confirmed another time why I didn't

#22 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by Denorth 26.11.2013 13:22

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have no intention to kick someone who is not in a good position, but last two races just reminded me why I didn't rate Heiki highly. Good driver, but not close to the best drivers.

#23 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by Denorth 26.11.2013 13:28

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and more from Mass-idiot he just don't know how to keep his mouth shut and obviously has wrong idea how prostitutes work , they don't pay for service, they are getting paid.

Technically he just called many teams prostitutes (not drivers as he thought)

http://www.racingfanatic.net/2013/11/fel...drivers-to.html

the guy is an idiot

#24 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by WHATEVER 26.11.2013 17:44

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Yes, hes not very clever with words, as everyone can see.

I also expected more from Kovalainen, not podiums, but at least some points...

I don't like this pay-drivers-era either, I'm glad that drivers with talent and no money can still get into F1. But since the sport has become so expensive, I don't see that happening a lot. Unless the driver is born with a God-given-genius-like talent, but we only see those kind of drivers once or twice a decade.

#25 RE: F1 Brasilian Grand Prix 2013 by Denorth 26.11.2013 20:12

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Quote: WHATEVER wrote in post #24
Yes, hes not very clever with words, as everyone can see.

I also expected more from Kovalainen, not podiums, but at least some points...

I don't like this pay-drivers-era either, I'm glad that drivers with talent and no money can still get into F1. But since the sport has become so expensive, I don't see that happening a lot. Unless the driver is born with a God-given-genius-like talent, but we only see those kind of drivers once or twice a decade.


and even such drivers can be pay-rivers - Schumi started as one (one of the most recent examples)

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