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Barichello to leave Ferrarri. There will never be a one two like that again unless of course Button changes his mind. Don't think Masser will be able to do the job.
Reckon there could be a shock farewell from Michael too if things dont start improving. Think he should quit while still thought of as the No 1.

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Nothing new there, Babs !

Reubens has never liked being second fiddle to Michael.

As much as I dislike Ferrari's attitude, I fancy they will have their cars 'right' by the end of the season.

As far as Button's possible move is concerned, it looks like this one may have to be resolved in the courts !

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I fancy they will have their cars 'right' by the end of the season.

Bit late though <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

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I think Ferrari are treating this entire season as a test track for next year. Not only will their car be 'right', but it'll be way better than anyone elses.

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Yeh that would make sense

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You seriously think they are in it not to win it?

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After their start they may have thought we aint going to catch up now......

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As far as Button's possible move is concerned, it looks like this one may have to be resolved in the courts !

Didn't button have a clause in his contract with BAR that if he did not finish in the top 6 or if BAR did not finish in the top 6, he would be released from his contract and be able to move to williams?

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I believe that Ferrari are arrogant enough to think they can use the season as a testing area so that they will dominate next year, yes.

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I believe that Ferrari are arrogant enough to think they can use the season as a testing area so that they will dominate next year, yes.


Sounds about right to me !

Regarding Jenson - Sir Frank Williams is NOT a happy bunny !

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See his going to BAR Honda next year. I still think Button will fill the gap <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/affig.gif" alt="" />

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I think Ferrari wont be able to fill Barichello's shoes as Schumacher and Barichello have formed a godd relationship together, so Ferrari have to have a very good and reliable car so that michael schumacher can have an advantage over the rest of the up and coming field <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/attentat.gif" alt="" />

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Whomever fills Barichello's seat must be prepared to play second fiddle to Schumacher. That's why Barichello wants out, he is too good for that role. Most youngsters don't want that, they want to impress and win!

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ye but then again it could help you a lot in experience driving alongside one of the sports best ever drivers...

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m schmacher did well in turkish grand prix did't he lol

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Masser is replacing Barichello.

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Who cares, F1 is trainspotting for people with fast necks.

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Suppose you like bloody cricket or watching paint dry then lol

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Cricket? Prefer watching grass grow waiting for the footie season.

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Good on ya. Cricket is well s**t. So boring.




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