Chinky GP

#1
Crucial GP as it was last year too.

So, we have Hamilton on pole with both Ferraris taking 2nd and 3rd and Alonso 5th on the grid.

Probably a shitty position for Lewis to be in (bar being on pole of course).

I suppose he feels like a tasty bird walking back from a night club with three chavs following him wanting to gang rape his pert little arse. 8O

Any predictions? Can Lewis keep his head and hold off the FIA oops, sorry the Ferraris? Will Alonso keep true to his word and settle the championship by taking Hamilton out? Or who can think of a special new way the FIA can concoct an obscure rule or just make one up to ensure Ferrari come out on top?
 
#3
I call Hamilton though Alonso will try to play dodgems. Renault maybe a pair of dark horses especially if it all goes wrong on the first corner.

........though the secret deal to punish others to the benefit of the prancing Italian horse may still produce a surprise.

Can I just say that I am keen to know, in the Biblical sense, 'Lofty' Ecclestone's wife?
 
#6
If all those directly behind him are trying to trip him up. Then I would have a word (if I was Lewis), with his best mate (Sutil). Let Lewis pass then make the Force India about 18 feet wide and a mobile obstical.
Sutil has a number of scores to settle the prancing donkeys.

Glad Webber got demoted, perhaps he should wind his neck in, and shut the fcuk up, and get on with racing.
 
#7
I think he will be very conscious of being able to wrap the championship at this race but he must play the slightly longer game. Going for an all out win on the first lap will surely end in tears. I'll bet Ferrari/FIA will be hoping Hamilton will go all out straight off and hurt himself. He needs to play clever and just ensure he at leasts finishes in front of Massa. No doubt the nightmares of last years Chinky GP will be at the front of his mind and hopefully he can demonstrate he is actually worthy of being a world champion.
 
#9
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
I think he will be very conscious of being able to wrap the championship at this race but he must play the slightly longer game. Going for an all out win on the first lap will surely end in tears. I'll bet Ferrari/FIA will be hoping Hamilton will go all out straight off and hurt himself. He needs to play clever and just ensure he at leasts finishes in front of Massa. No doubt the nightmares of last years Chinky GP will be at the front of his mind and hopefully he can demonstrate he is actually worthy of being a world champion.
Schumi, was very good at tactical races, he knew he couldn't win. If one team was far ahead of him, then third it was and watch out for mistakes in front.
Alonso (hack spit), is also very good at this, at this level nowadays, talent is not good enough. Mansell was never the fastest, but would out think his opponents.
 

maguire

LE
Book Reviewer
#10
get it up you you ferrari twats!!!

* waits for news that FIA declares hamiltons win null and void as he wasnt in a ferrari as he crossed the finish line *
 
#11
A great win for Hamilton. All he needs now is a place of 5th or better in Brazil for the Championship. Going to be a fantastic last weekends racing.
 
#12
Thought Hamilton was going to take the title today, but dominated it none the less with a 16 second lead. Unlucky for Kovie once again so no team title next week unless a miracle happens. Another display at Brazil like today and i'll be happy. Very happy. :D
 
#13
I dont think I've ever seen such miserable looking people stood on a podium. :D :D :D (Well, two of them anyway.)

Well done Hamilton. DS solution of a race.
 
#14
Beautifully driven. Not overly exciting,but it doesn't have to be. Well driven Lewis, now just waiting for the FIA ruling :roll:
 
#15
Surely the 2nd place for massa was illegally gained. I know there was no team orders but cmon i bet if hiekki was to give up 8 odd seconds for lewis there would be murmours from ferrari.. or am i being parinoid lol..... all in all though Lewis outclassed ferrari totally and they know it. roll on Brasil... that could be very interesting if the Stewards are called in to play being Massa's Home GP and All

:twisted: Cr33p :twisted:
 
#17
Cr33p said:
Surely the 2nd place for massa was illegally gained. I know there was no team orders but cmon i bet if hiekki was to give up 8 odd seconds for lewis there would be murmours from ferrari.. or am i being parinoid lol..... all in all though Lewis outclassed ferrari totally and they know it. roll on Brasil... that could be very interesting if the Stewards are called in to play being Massa's Home GP and All

:twisted: Cr33p :twisted:
Obvious yielding by a team mate or team orders are illegal. Trying to prove that is a different matter. If the FIA tried to bring the team to bare, its down to them to prove they did as opposed to the other way round. All the driver needs to say is 'yeah, the tyres were going off a bit so I had to slow down'.

They have clamped down on obvious team orders.

Its how subtly it's done. All the teams and drivers would do the same thing in the same position to be honest.

I'm actually quite pleased its going to the wire in Brazil. If Hamilton pulls it off, it'll make it even sweeter in Sao Paulo and may even give his championship a bit more credence.
 
#18
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Cr33p said:
Surely the 2nd place for massa was illegally gained. I know there was no team orders but cmon i bet if hiekki was to give up 8 odd seconds for lewis there would be murmours from ferrari.. or am i being parinoid lol..... all in all though Lewis outclassed ferrari totally and they know it. roll on Brasil... that could be very interesting if the Stewards are called in to play being Massa's Home GP and All

:twisted: Cr33p :twisted:
Obvious yielding by a team mate or team orders are illegal. Trying to prove that is a different matter. If the FIA tried to bring the team to bare, its down to them to prove they did as opposed to the other way round. All the driver needs to say is 'yeah, the tyres were going off a bit so I had to slow down'.

They have clamped down on obvious team orders.

Its how subtly it's done. All the teams and drivers would do the same thing in the same position to be honest.

I'm actually quite pleased its going to the wire in Brazil. If Hamilton pulls it off, it'll make it even sweeter in Sao Paulo and may even give his championship a bit more credence.
But if he fails im going to cry, bang my head against the wall and kill the closest person next to me while plotting my taliban ways for the FIA.










But im sure he'll win.
 
#19
Yep, it would be not only disappointing but also not good for him if he fluffs it. Last year one could excuse him for not winning the championship in his first year (despite the almost runaway lead he had up to Brazil) but to not take it this year may have people questioning him even more. He has the car, the team and doesn't have a spoiled brat of a team mate.

We still forget he is only 23 and has already rewritten the F1 history books. Prost took 5 years to win his first championship, Senna 4 years and even Schumacher took 3 years. Trouble is with everything today, its 'instant success or you're shit'....especially when it comes to the UK media.

At least Hamilton appears to be learning quickly (sometimes). He's maturing and seeing that he has to play the long game and think tactically to win a championship and not just spint to the first corner. Its a shame Prost has other interests because he could teach him a shite load about the thinking game.
 
#20
The-Lord-Flasheart said:
Cr33p said:
Surely the 2nd place for massa was illegally gained. I know there was no team orders but cmon i bet if hiekki was to give up 8 odd seconds for lewis there would be murmours from ferrari.. or am i being parinoid lol..... all in all though Lewis outclassed ferrari totally and they know it. roll on Brasil... that could be very interesting if the Stewards are called in to play being Massa's Home GP and All

:twisted: Cr33p :twisted:
Obvious yielding by a team mate or team orders are illegal. Trying to prove that is a different matter. If the FIA tried to bring the team to bare, its down to them to prove they did as opposed to the other way round. All the driver needs to say is 'yeah, the tyres were going off a bit so I had to slow down'.

They have clamped down on obvious team orders.

Its how subtly it's done. All the teams and drivers would do the same thing in the same position to be honest.

I'm actually quite pleased its going to the wire in Brazil. If Hamilton pulls it off, it'll make it even sweeter in Sao Paulo and may even give his championship a bit more credence.

Yeeah i agree there is nothing the Ferrari international Assistance Club ( AKA the FIA) Yes I'm Stealing your gag Flash lol. But It was so obvious thats what they did by all the grins and honestly the easy questions they got in post race interview.

And you are correct we do forget he is only in his 2nd season in F1 so he is doing bloody well. and the Press should lay off him, but i doubt it as the british press love nothing more than building someone up so they can destroy him. for no better reason thn headlines.


And do you think Heikki is safe in his seat as he jsut doesnt seem to have what it takes, and i am a fan of his, but am very disappointed in his performaces this season.


And Off Topic Rossi is a motorcycling GOD!!!!!!!
 
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
Tytus_Barnowl The Intelligence Cell 43

Similar threads


New Posts

Latest Threads

Top