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I have seen the first 2 races and it seems to be better this time i feel...what do you all think?

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Better now they can have new boots. Seems more competitive. Like the idea of the 3rd car for the back markers in the first day of qualifying too. Allows them to sort out the best 2 cars to put out

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smaller engines makes for better races, and schumi has now met his match <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/drivin.gif" alt="" /> or are hes days as No1 gone?

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I think so Dr.GAS...

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I really like that idea Paula
...its seems much better to bring the back runners off so the bigger ones have another go...and there is actually 2 drop zones and they do 3 practises or soemthing like that...

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I hate to say it but I think Schumacher (M) has just lost his winning edge, I was always a fan of him and always will be!!!

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Yeah have to agree with you. He seemed on edge today and made quite a few errors even before the fatal crash.
The Ferraris seem to be lacking in pace too so that dont help. All in all a costly weekend for them - 3 wrecked cars and no points!
I think Alonso will retain his title this year. He will take over where Michael left off! He is also a class 1 driver who stays calm and has nerves of steel!
Still think Schumi will have his own team up & running in a few years.

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I agree with you Paula...

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i see this thread soon run out of steam, just like schumis car...

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Thats sooooooooooo funny - not.
He won last week just in case you wasn't aware (unlike Tottenham who lost) <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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wasent aware, better playing in uefa than champions league..

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shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ut up

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what?

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I love F1. When it is back on it gives me a reason to either tidy my garden up or watch paint dry !

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Quote:
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I love F1. When it is back on it gives me a reason to either tidy my garden up or watch paint dry !


Says a 'man' who watches cricket <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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cricket! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/sleeping.gif" alt="" />

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Philistines

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I love F1 too VROOM VROOM YAY!!!

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zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

<img src="/forum/images/graemlins/wave.gif" alt="" /> Hi Paula

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stop flirting with paula!!!




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