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#46 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by andreas 27.07.2014 18:44

Finally we saw pretty good speed from Kimi!

Podium would have been possible if the team didnt fuck up qualifying.

Ill be going to Spa and hopefully bring Kimi luck!

#47 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by WHATEVER 27.07.2014 19:49

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Andreas!!!

Nice to see you post again

I hope you do bring Kimi some good luck at SPA and the rest of the season too, are you meeting Spinster there?

#48 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by f194girl 27.07.2014 20:11

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Wow, what a race! A lot action and overtakings! Also a good result for Kimi after the bad qualifying yesterday.

#49 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by WHATEVER 27.07.2014 20:14

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www.formula1.com

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Kimi Raikkonen, 6th
"Today's race was difficult, but much more fun than the others, as I had a good feeling with the car, the pace was good and I felt I could push. After the way qualifying went yesterday, sixth was the most we could hope for. At the start, I got away well but then I lost vital time behind a Sauber and when I caught Massa's Williams, I couldn't get past: here in general, overtaking is not easy and we lack speed down the straights. Sure, this is a good team result, but we must not get too excited, because even if there are signs of improvement, we still have much work to do in a lot of areas to get to where we want to be. We've had a very complicated start to the season, but I hope the second part of the championship will go better. I have great faith in the team and I feel we are going in the right direction. Even if it's going to take some time, I'm sure the results will come."

Marco Mattiacci, Ferrari team principal
"It was a great race and very pleasing to see our team fight back from an extremely complicated Saturday. Kimi and Fernando demonstrated just what they are capable of and the whole team was up to the task. However, this result is just a step on a journey which started a few months ago. Fernando's second place is a confidence booster and a sign that the major effort everyone is making to bring Ferrari back to the top is moving in the right direction, however we have to be realistic about it. Here, the weather and the track conditions leveled out the performance differences and that's why we must not delude ourselves. Now we must just go back home, set on always doing better."

Pat Fry, Ferrari chassis director
"After mixed fortunes in qualifying yesterday, today the team showed it could react extremely well and keep a cool head when faced with the variable situations that arose during the race. It's never easy in cases like this, with rain at the start, the Safety Car, having to avoid traffic and especially with having to keep faster cars behind us, but the team
performed very competently. The F14 T demonstrated the good race pace it had already shown on Friday and that has helped us re-take third place in the Constructors' classification. After the summer break, we come to two races that will be difficult for us, on two tracks where it will be important to make the most of any opportunity, just as we did today. On behalf of the team, I wish to congratulate Fernando and Kimi. We had promised them redemption and we were true to our
word. We know that there is still a long way to go, but we will spare nothing in our efforts, continuing to work hard to
improve, day by day."

#50 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by andreas 28.07.2014 02:33

Quote: WHATEVER wrote in post #47
Andreas!!!

Nice to see you post again

I hope you do bring Kimi some good luck at SPA and the rest of the season too, are you meeting Spinster there?


Good to be back :-) !

I havent spoken with our belgian yet , is he going as well? I'm planning to leave early from Holland saturday morning and and probably skip the last few laps of the race to avoid traffic jams. A pity my boss cant give me any more days off.

#51 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by Jalumi 28.07.2014 06:32

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Nice to see you back Andreas

The last time I spoke with Spinne he was not sure, if he want to go or not....

#52 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by Spinster 28.07.2014 13:30

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It was planned but my mother in law booked a champagne weekend without my knowing...

Very sad now that i can't go... FFS

But a friend of me send me a message that he maybe can arrange tickets, paddock entry etc (including meeting kimi) for another gp,,, maybe Monza, japan or something else

#53 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by andreas 29.07.2014 02:49

Thats a shame! Hope you make sure your mother in law doesnt book next year at that weekend, haha!

But you'll meet Kimi later, bit jealouse here!

#54 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by miezicat 29.07.2014 21:39

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#55 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by Jalumi 29.07.2014 22:06

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Miezi
Its nice to see Kimi and Mark act together

#56 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by Spinster 31.07.2014 13:32

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It was planned but my mother in law booked a champagne weekend without my knowing...

Very sad now that i can't go... FFS

But a friend of me send me a message that he maybe can arrange tickets, paddock entry etc (including meeting kimi) for another gp,,, maybe Monza, japan or something else

I told her to never ever do this again

#57 RE: F1 Hungary GP 2014 by miezicat 20.08.2014 15:53

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Ferrari allowed journalist from amus to be in the garage and listen to the radio during Friday and Saturday. this is their report
http://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/forme...mi-8546480.html
http://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/forme...ge-8546506.html

I think it's quite ok with google translate, I only translated a part of it:

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