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Old 16-03-2004, 15:36   #61
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Next round, Malaysian GP on March 21, 2004.

Scuderia Ferrari has done a great job by winning 1+2 position on podium in the beginning of the season at Albert Park. I would say Brigdestone's display looks 'rebirth' after having almost terrible season in last year which Michellin were improving. As I said before, this season once again becomes the compound tryes' battle. Bridgestone vs Michellin. It'll be interesting to actually see how far Bridgestone works well to 'conquer' Sepang circuit which is well known 'punishing' the engines and tryes. Michellin done well last season where the Finnish Kimi owned his first place. Obviously they would like to do it again, victory's flashback by developing the compound tryes in order to challenge Bridgestone this year.

Sepang is circuit where you can make overtaking manouvre in. One of the best circuit nowadays and being favoured by drivers. The main problem could be dealing with is the weather, where you can't avoid it when you be there near the equator.


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Old 17-03-2004, 22:23   #62
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Ferrari is to strong .. Schumaher is defenitly the best driver .. I liked him till i saw him photos training with Juve team .. hehee i change my idol now.. FORCA JANSON BUTTON !! did i write good him name hehehe


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Old 19-03-2004, 10:25   #63
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It supposed to be FORZA JENSON BUTTON. And I'm eagerly waiting to see another 'good memories' of the improving B.A.R Honda this weekend. And don't forget the Renault's Fernando Alonso could 'steal' attention of public once again.


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Heheh yep..

ALonso have pre-contrat with Ferrari i think .. ? Rex do u know that is true or not?


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Old 20-03-2004, 06:36   #65
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ALonso have pre-contrat with Ferrari i think .. ? Rex do u know that is true or not?
I quite hardly ever to hear Alonso has pre-contract with Ferrari. Used to hear Kimi's rumour will replace Schumi but that's only rumour, nothing was true. But I once heard that Ferrari President, Luca di Montezemolo made a statement that Alonso will be a good signing to replace Schumi when the greatest legend retires from F1. So if the prospect of young Spanish keep improving and driving consistenly of what Luca said it early soon to be comes true. Many rumours out there but you can predict who's worthy to be #1 Ferrari's driver after Schumi era.


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Old 20-03-2004, 12:42   #66
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Formula 1 09:35
Malaysian GP, Qualifying: Michael Schumacher cruises to 57th career pole position, 0.6" quicker than Mark Webber (Jaguar)...

Rex Shchumacher isnt stoping.. hehehe he definitly will close F1 .. its boring to see F1 anymore.. heheh FORCA WEBBER LOOL!!


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Old 21-03-2004, 05:24   #67
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Nice to see Schumi got 57th career pole position . The main boring problem for you is why the hell other teams hasn't developed yet of what Ferrari does or to 'equal' Ferrari formula, IMO?I think others team needs some time to 'improve' their cars' development. As long as Ferrari are one step forward in development in the eye of others engineer, and Bridgestone can count on this year, Schumi and Rubinho+Ferrari will get both supremacy in the final of season. Both driver and constructors title. But don't worry the season is still way to go...you can enjoy what drama will happen in the following round.

Weber truly shocked me to get 2nd pole of his career. Congrats Mark, keep it on the Sunday race until finish line.


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Formula 1 09:43
Malaysian GP: Michael Schumacher (Ferrari) makes it 2-for-2 on season with 72nd career win, besting Juan Pablo Montoya (Williams) by 5"

Malaysian GP: Britain's Jenson Button (BAR) collects first-ever podium finish, 11"5 behind winner Michael Schumacher for third place

LOOOL!!! i told u Button will be suprise this year heheh FORCA BUTTON!


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Old 21-03-2004, 17:11   #69
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Toast for 72nd career win.

Anyway it's tragic to see other contenders Williams and McLaren only represented 1 driver each left on track. And look at what happened on Kimi, the same story goes on as McLaren displays at Albert Park two weeks ago. An engine trouble. There has no longer o.secret that McLaren has their reliability problem over the years. By using 'one engine per weekend' rule this season might 'trouble' for irreliability engines to say at least. So Ron Dennis has hard homework to do to solve their problem before next round will be held upcoming two weeks...

The improving of B.A.R Honda at Albert Park has already enough assuming them to make it happen once again at Sepang. Got third podium by Jenson Button I would say it's fantastic job!!

And JPM certainly has learned to Ralf's engine touble event, it's wise for not 'extremely pushing' the engines pursued Schumi's leading the race...Congrats 2nd place for JPM.


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Old 23-03-2004, 10:01   #70
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hope other team will be better and better ,or Ferrari will win easily. i don't want to see a game without suspense
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What happened to webber he got 2nd possition and he blew it


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You can read this story.

Disappointment for Webber in Malaysia

[size=3]After a dream start to his race weekend, taking P2 on the grid with a brilliant qualifying performance, Jaguar's Mark Webber suffered from a nightmare conclusion. [/size]

"I am really disappointed with the outcome today after all our hard work and our fantastic place on the front row of the grid," he said after the race, "I had a bad start with the car and things did not get much better after that."

The Jaguar team has pledged to investigate why both Webber and his team-mate Christian Klien suffered such poor starts, Webber dropping almost all the way to the back of the pack. The Australian's race proceeded to get even worse as he came back through the field with some spirited driving, only to collide heavily with Ralf Schumacher in a battle for position.

"After overtaking Ralf twice he hit me from behind," claimed Webber, "my rear right tyre had a puncture and I may have suffered some damage, too. I then had to limp to the pits to be re-fuelled and have the tyres changed."

Insult was added to injury when Webber was penalised by the race official for speeding in the pit lane, and awarded another drive-through penalty. He rejoined the race but was unable to make any real progress and spun out heading into the first corner on lap 23.

"The pace of the R5 is evident," said Webber, "I know that the team are going to be working very hard over the next few weeks." (formula1.com)


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Old 29-03-2004, 15:00   #73
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Next round, Bahrain GP on April 4, 2004.

Well the tremendous host of the year is beginning at Shakir, Bahrain. For the source I have seen lately, the circuit offers drivers to be able to 'push' the accelerator, chance of overtaking manoeuvre which is combination between fast/low curves with long straight line. The uniqe of the venue is the circuit is in the middle of commodious desert, unusual than any other F1 venues. Off course. Everyone who gets involved in F1 industry will love this another 'enourmous odds' namely hot weather, will earn a lot money as long as the bid is done 'deal'- with befitted price.

One thing for sure the security matters will be top priority certainly ensuring the safety and wellbeing of those attending the event.

Couldn't wait to see the race.

Now aim your sight to Middle East's 'oase' designed by spectacular Herman Tilke..


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i might watch this one.. the combination of the elegant Formula One lifestyle and the exoticness of the Middle East seem to tempting to miss

i reckon Mark Webber deserves to drive for a better team. Alonso/Montoya should move to Ferrari, Webber should move to Williams.

is Jos Verstappen racing this season?
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i might watch this one.. the combination of the elegant Formula One lifestyle and the exoticness of the Middle East seem to tempting to miss

i reckon Mark Webber deserves to drive for a better team. Alonso/Montoya should move to Ferrari, Webber should move to Williams.

is Jos Verstappen racing this season?
Montoya officially will be moving to McLaren. The Webber stuff who is likely moving to Willams might be true.

Jos isn't racing this season due to unagreement talk of his sponsorship with Jordan. Jos who drived for Minardi last season replaced by Hungarian driver Zsolt Baumgartner is filling the seat in 2004.


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Webber is good hopefully he has a good position and doesn't loses it like last time EVERYTHING WENT WRONG


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Has anyone noticed that all the teams have gone for a funny shaped nose this year...well not all just McLaren and Williams...as a fan of McLaren it is disapointing to see the team do so badley with both drivers also complainging about a sh!t car.... It's sad to say this but Ferrari will win again and Schumi.... he is unstopable...but next year McLaren will be the team to beat IMO
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Old 31-03-2004, 09:25   #78
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Welcome, anyway do I know you before, somewhere?

Well the season is long way to go. Even Scuderia Ferrari has been impressive so far but other contenders are still 'peeking' the mistakes what would have done by Ferrari. As long as the cars completely fine, out of trouble...Scuderia are still move on.


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But who or wht will stop Ferrari...they seem unstopable and for every new rule that is put in it seems to help them more and more....



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Well The F1 book records upcoming rounds keep on being underlined the name Michael Schumacher himself at the top. Soon he may equal pole position's record which still handed by Senna with 65 poles, Schumi makes 57 so far. But nowadays he collects the top standing of career win than any drivers participated in F1.

As I said above, "Toast for 72nd career win".

But Schumi doesn't care the stats, he only desires to race and race, certainly win the championships as well.


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