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#31 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by WHATEVER 31.10.2014 14:45

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Smileman

Miezi

#32 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Jalumi 31.10.2014 17:13

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Life signs from our Yankee

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s0nny 1 h ago
Hamilton through the esses (T3-T5)

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Kimi and Seb at the hairpin future teammates @Jalumi79

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#33 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Jalumi 31.10.2014 17:35

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Seems Kimi is testing parts for 2015

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Kimi 12th in Q1. Seems he had a little fight with a Lotus in the pitlane in the last minute and forgot to drive to the box Crazy boy Then he stopped in the middle of the pitlane and waited that the Ferrari boys push him back in the box

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#34 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by WHATEVER 31.10.2014 17:47

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Could it be he had some kind of a problem?

#35 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Jalumi 31.10.2014 18:21

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He really missed the box because the fight
The FP was over, so he could not run another lap and need to stop.

#36 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by miezicat 31.10.2014 18:34

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Quote: WHATEVER wrote in post #34
Could it be he had some kind of a problem?

I don't think there was any problem but I don't know what he was thinking it looked like he wanted to overtake the Lotus but then obviously couldn't because of speed limit so he just stayed there inside maybe he forgot where his box is

#37 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Jalumi 31.10.2014 18:40

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He is 35 now. First race in this age! Maybe senile dementia

He was distracted and is a racer He love fighting. Its not easy at the track so he tried in the pitlane

#38 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Appletree 31.10.2014 18:58

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TS writes he was suppose to do a rehersal start on the pitlane but grosjean and red lights hindered him. Engineers told him to stop the car.

#39 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Jalumi 31.10.2014 20:06

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Sonny enjoy a beer in the presence of a Wookie Crazy Helloween

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#40 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Jalumi 31.10.2014 21:50

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Kimi end 6th in FP2

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Sonny: Leaving the circuit near T1 😃

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He should go as Kimi to Halloween this evening Only shades are missing. Mumble a lot and its perfect Yankee

#41 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by Olga 01.11.2014 07:57

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Kimi seems happy, would be good if that car was happy too!

#42 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by claudie 01.11.2014 09:35

Kimi seems pretty relaxed. Wonder why he is smiling so much! ))

#43 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by claudie 01.11.2014 09:38

Enjoy it Sonny!!!

#44 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by WHATEVER 01.11.2014 13:32

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Does "smileman" knows something we don't know?

#45 RE: 2014 US Grand Prix (Austin, TX) by WHATEVER 01.11.2014 13:45

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Kimi Raikkonen, P1 - 1:41.965, 12th; P2 - 1:40.543, 6th
“The day began with a few difficulties in the first free practice session, in which we concentrated on analysing various aerodynamic components. I did not feel comfortable with the set-up we had and controlling the car wasn’t easy. In the afternoon, we made some changes and the handling of the car was definitely better. On the Medium compound, I managed to do a good lap and I think if I had not been held up in traffic, I could have done even better. We still have a lot of work to do before tomorrow’s qualifying, but the improvement we saw from one session to the next seems to indicate we are going in the right direction. We just have to continue doing our best.”

Pat Fry, Ferrari chassis director
“Contrary to what we saw at the two previous races here, today the track surface was less slippery and that means we can expect a further evolution in terms of grip. However, before we can confirm anything, we must wait and see over the next couple of days. Overall, it’s been a positive day and we managed to complete our planned programme without any problems, including carrying out some tests aimed at 2015. Obviously, the priority was working on the settings of the two cars, looking at finding the best aerodynamic configuration, working on the power unit control units, so as to adapt them as well as possible to the characteristics of this track. It wasn’t easy finding the right balance and a set-up that suited both drivers, partly down to the strong winds which had a major effect during the second session. This evening, the engineers will assess the various solutions we tried today. Tyre behaviour is definitely different to the last race in Sochi: this means we can look at different strategies for the race, while we are aware that we are up against extremely competitive opponents.”


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