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Old 06-11-2006, 04:08 PM   #226
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Just watched race on CBS. All I can say is
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It's all setled that ferrari can't winn
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Pos

No.

Driver/Entrant


Laps

Time

Gap

Kmh

Best

Lap
1

1
Fernando Alonso (ESP)
Mild Seven Renault F1 Team
60

1:25:51.927

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215.468

1:21.599

21
2

5
Michael Schumacher (GER)
Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
60

1:26:05.878

13.951

-

214.886

1:21.934

53
3

3
Kimi Räikkönen (FIN)
Team McLaren Mercedes
60

1:26:10.599

18.672

4.721

214.690

1:22.461

15
4

2
Giancarlo Fisichella (ITA)
Mild Seven Renault F1 Team
60

1:26:11.903

19.976

1.304

214.636

1:22.238

42
5

6
Felipe Massa (BRA)
Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
60

1:26:23.486

31.559

11.583

214.156

1:22.371

43
6

4
Juan Montoya (COL)
Team McLaren Mercedes
60

1:26:56.696

64.769

33.210

212.793

1:22.780

38
7

16
Nick Heidfeld (GER)
BMW Sauber F1 Team
60

1:27:03.521

71.594

6.825

212.515

1:22.706

43
8

17
Jacques Villeneuve (CAN)
BMW Sauber F1 Team
60

1:27:10.226

78.299

6.705

212.242

1:22.921

46
9

10
Nico Rosberg (GER)
Williams F1 Team
60

1:27:10.935

79.008

0.709

212.214

1:22.916

47
10

11
Rubens Barrichello (BRA)
Lucky Strike Honda Racing F1 Team
59

1:26:07.481

1 LAP

1 LAP

211.238

1:23.224

38
11

8
Jarno Trulli (ITA)
Panasonic Toyota Racing
59

1:26:15.457

1 LAP

7.976

210.912

1:22.744

19
12

14
David Coulthard (GBR)
Red Bull Racing
59

1:26:35.684

1 LAP

20.227

210.091

1:23.995

42
13

20
Vitantonio Liuzzi (ITA)
Scuderia Toro Rosso
59

1:26:46.427

1 LAP

10.743

209.658

1:24.221

25
14

15
Christian Klien (AUT)
Red Bull Racing
59

1:26:51.727

1 LAP

5.300

209.445

1:23.712

30
15

19
Christijan Albers (NED)
MF1 Racing
59

1:27:05.479

1 LAP

13.752

208.893

1:23.977

27
16

18
Tiago Monteiro (POR)
MF1 Racing
58

1:26:08.346

2 LAPS

1 LAP

207.622

1:24.636

25
17

22
Takuma Sato (JPN)
Super Aguri F1
57

1:26:37.391

3 LAPS

1 LAP

202.900

1:26.520

23
18

23
Franck Montagny (FRA)
Super Aguri F1
57

1:27:03.191

3 LAPS

25.800

201.898

1:27.167

26
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12
Jenson Button (GBR)
Lucky Strike Honda Racing F1 Team
8

0:13:43.136

DNF

-

179.414

1:25.207

8
-

21
Scott Speed (USA)
Scuderia Toro Rosso
1

0:02:08.623

DNF

-

140.950

-

-

7
Ralf Schumacher (GER)
Panasonic Toyota Racing
0

-

DNF

-

-

-

-
-

9
Mark Webber (AUS)
Williams F1 Team
0

-

DNF

-

-

-

-
Fastest Lap
-

1
Fernando Alonso (ESP)
Mild Seven Renault F1 Team 1:21.599 on lap 21 226.811
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Man that was a yawner
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Old 06-14-2006, 03:16 PM   #230
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I was hoping that Kimi would have been fighting for first place. Oh well, he did alright considering all the bad luck he had already had. Maybe next race

Oh and...

I am ProAlonso but this race was just too easy.
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Old 06-14-2006, 05:32 PM   #231
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Things were looking promising early on as well for a 3-car race.
Oh well.
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Interesting article on the ITV website today. This reminded me of the '97 championship where Scheuey tried to prevent Villeneuve from passing in the final race, attempting to ram into him and ending up in a gravel trap.
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Williams came close to protesting ’94 title
Sunday, 18, June, 2006, 13:00
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Williams’ engineering director Patrick Head has revealed that his team would have protested Michael Schumacher’s 1994 world title victory had it not been for Ayrton Senna’s fatal accident earlier that year.

Schumacher won the championship in acrimonious circumstances, colliding with Damon Hill’s Williams in the Adelaide season finale seconds after running off the track and clipping the wall.

The contact forced both cars to retire, giving Schumacher – who had a one-point lead going into the race – his first world championship.

There were widespread accusations at the time that Schumacher had turned in on Hill because he knew his Benetton was damaged after hitting the wall, but the German denied any malice and the FIA took no punitive action.

However, the stewards’ damning verdict on Schumacher’s antics at Monaco’s Rascasse corner this year reopened all the old questions about the seven-time world champion’s on-track etiquette, and prompted a re-evaluation of his part in previous controversial incidents.

For Head, however, it merely put an official stamp on what he had always believed to be glaringly apparent about Schumacher’s character.

“The Monaco stewards’ verdict indicates that they and the FIA believed Michael was guilty of foul play,” Head said in the July issue of F1 Racing.

“And, in a sense, I suppose you’d have to say that if a man is capable of foul play once then he’s potentially capable of foul play any number of times.

“But, as far as Australia 1994 is concerned, Monaco 2006 doesn’t really make any difference.

“And that’s because, that day in Adelaide, we at Williams were already 100% certain that Michael was guilty of foul play.

“It was so blatant.

“He was about to drive his stricken Benetton up the slip-road when he spotted Damon’s Williams about to pass him and abruptly veered across the track to prevent that happening.”

Head told the magazine that it was only unease over the tragic legacy of the 1994 season that prevented Williams from officially protesting Schumacher’s title.

“We seriously considered lodging a formal protest there and then, on the grounds that it had been so blatant, but decided against it simply because of what had happened earlier in the year,” he said.

“Because 1994 was the terrible year it was – in other words, because Ayrton Senna had been killed in one of our cars at Imola – we didn’t really think it would have been right for Damon to win the world championship that year, especially if he’d done so in court, so we didn’t protest.

“But had it been any other year – or had Ayrton not been killed in one of our cars – then most certainly we’d have lodged a formal protest on the very grounds on which Michael was found guilty at Monaco in ’06.”

Head expressed disbelief at those doubting whether Schumacher would really resort to underhand tactics, claiming that a ruthless will to succeed at any cost has always been part of his make-up.

“What I find remarkable is the mood of righteous indignation adopted by some people in the Ferrari team about what Michael did at Monaco,” he said.

“I’m not one of the extreme ones calling for him to be kicked out of F1, but what this episode proves – just as it did at Adelaide 1994 and on a number of other occasions – is that he isn’t a sportsman in the sporting sense of the word.

“He has an overwhelming urge to win and it seems quite clear that he doesn’t care how he achieves that aim.

“But I’m just amazed that people are surprised that he does these things, given the track record.

“This sort of behaviour is clearly just part of Michael’s persona.”
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Canadian GP tickets are in-hand, baby!

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Old 06-26-2006, 12:33 PM   #234
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Canada - Montreal - Grand Prix Results:

1 F. Alonso
2 M. Schumacher
3 K. Raikkonen
4 G. Fisichella
5 F. Massa
6 J. Trulli
7 N. Heidfeld
8 D. Coulthard
9 J. Button
10 S. Speed
11 C. Klien
12 M. Webber
13 V. Liuzzi
14 T. Monteiro

I'm glad this race wasn't boring. Lots of stuff going on and lots of people made mistakes. Alonso won again.. but it wasn't as easy as the previous race.

Next week Indianapolis!
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Next week Indianapolis!
Last year I learned how to say bullsh*t in 4 different languages.

M.S. usually finds a way to win, but the USGP is always filled with intrigue and drama and the addition of Scott Speed should make for a great atmosphere.
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I'll be at the IMS for the U.S. Grand Prix this Sunday!
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Hope you enjoy yourself as much as I did at the Canadian GP.





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Another disappointing year for McLaren...
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Another disappointing year for McLaren...
They look fast.
A McLaren wins about 50% of the F1 races I attend so maybe I'll bring them luck this weekend.
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