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Good to see Coulthard in the top 4 - poor old Schumacher retired <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> - probably the only time his name will not be in the points table for this season!

1 G Fisichella (Renault)
2 R Barrichello (Ferrari)
3 F Alonso (Renault)
4 D Coulthard (Red Bull)
5 M Webber (Williams)
6 JP Montoya (McLaren)
7 C Klien (Red Bull)
8 K Raikkonen (McLaren)

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was it a good race?

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yes - not a bad one - a very good drive by Coulthard - it is being re-run on itv at 3pm. Fisichella led from start to finish - all bar his pit-stops.

Schumacher colided with Heidfeld - but denied he was in the wrong - Heidfeld reckoned Schumacher was at fault. Heidfeld tried to pass Schumacher, as Schumacher was rejoining the race from a pit stop, but Schumacher blocked the way and forced Heidfeld on to the grass.

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It was a BRILLIANT race and well worth staying up to watch live !

I was doubtful about the new rule changes, but the 'one set of tyres' rule has definitely made it much more interesting.

Incidently, Schumie's departure was his own fault. Bad bl**y driving. Serves him right. (Sniggers into coffee !)

He may well clobbered for calling Marshall's across the track, Ian ! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/whistling.gif" alt="" />

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The only thing i saw that hasn't changed is Schumacher blaming everyone else for his mistakes. Maybe if he doesn't win the Championship this year The FIA will have the balls to fine him!

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Diddums.... !!!

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Hands up everyone who wants Schumacher to win races this season...

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Good to see Coulthard in the top 4 - poor old Schumacher retired <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> - probably the only time his name will not be in the points table for this season!

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Ian, surely you are having a laugh, I hate Coulthard, he is a whinging scot, everytime he don't get in the points, he blames everyone else, it is never his fault, back-markers usually get blamed, I hoped he would not get a team this year. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />

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Hands up everyone who wants Schumacher to win races this season...


Yes, the man is class, it is not always interesting to watch him win each week, but you have to admire him.

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Can't say I agree with you Mark - I will always like any British driver to do well - there aren't many sports where the British are still up with the front runners worldwide. Sad to say it is Schumacher who normally blames everyone but himself. Yesterday was a good example.

It was geting to boring seeing Schumacher keep on winning - it can't help any sport, when one person or team is so dominant.


I don't deny he has a lot of skill - but what is the point in any compettion when you are concentrating on who is second and third.

I for one, am pleased when he doesn't finish - I may not share yours and other people's views - but I prefer to watch the races from a neutral angle - so it makes it more interesting to have some good scraps with fairly equal teams.

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And I still say it was the German's fault for ramming another car. I think Michaels dry smile as he called the marshalls over said it all.

Maybe he's lost a little bit of his competative edge ? (One can only hope.)

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True JR, but the Michael failure(and i nearly wept......................NOT!), it was still a bit of a procession on the track. The pit stops were most of the overtaking was done.
Take all the computers off the cars and let's get back to the driver being the main component of the racing!




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