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  1. #141
    happy 19th tom

    how about that banter between alonso and schumi? racing and overtaking in qualifying? if that becomes habit ill not bother watching the race, qualifying is more entertaining

  2. #142
    Ha ha, cheers James. Yeah it was exciting to watch that sledging (cricket term for banter), gawd knows if theyll do that to each other next time out at Hockenheim.

    Magny Cours Top 8
    1: M.Schumacher (8th victory at Magny Cours, led from start to finish)
    2: Alonso (Unable to stop Schuey)
    3: Massa (Another podium but missed out on 2nd with Alonso passing)
    4: R.Schumacher (Top Toyota, driving to the end unlike team-mate Trulli)
    5: Raikkonen (Unable to challenge for the podium)
    6: Fisichella
    7: de la Rosa (Good start to another McLaren drive but will he be in the car next time at Hockenheim?)
    8: Heidfeld (Beats DC to final point)

    Retirements
    17: Button (Honda engine problems)
    18: Webber (Tyre problems, same sort as Istanbul last year)
    19: Trulli (Unknown, dont wine Jarno )
    20: Barrichello (Engine problems)
    21: Monteiro (Hydraulics problem and going air-borne in one corner)
    22: Sato (Likely to be gearbox problems)

    Drivers Championship (Round 11/1
    1: Alonso (96)
    2: M.Schumacher (79)
    3: Fisichella (46)
    4: Raikkonen (43)
    5: Massa (42)
    6: Montoya (26)
    7=: Barrichello & Button (16)
    9=: Heidfeld & R.Schumacher (13)
    11: Coulthard (10)
    12: Trulli (
    13: Villeneuve (7)
    14: Webber (6)
    15: Rosberg (4)
    16: de la Rosa (2)
    17=: Klien & Liuzzi (1)

    Constructors Championship (Round 11/1
    1: Renault (142)
    2: Ferrari (111)
    3: McLaren (71)
    4: Honda (32)
    5: Toyota (21)
    6: BMW (20)
    7: Red Bull (11)
    8: Williams (10)
    9: Toro Rosso (1)

    Also GP2 returned to action and saw some new winners.

    GP2
    Race 1 Top 8
    1: Timo Glock (iSport)
    2: Alex Premat (ART)
    3: Jose Maria Lopez (Super Nova)
    4: Nelson Piquet Jnr (Piquet Sports)
    5: Xandi Negrao (Piquet Sports)
    6: Giorgio Pantano (FMS)
    7: Lucas di Grassi (Durango)
    8: Ferdinando Monfardini (DAMS)
    Fastest Lap: Lewis Hamilton (ART) 1m27.418s

    Race 2 Top 6
    1: Pantano (FMS)
    2: Piquet Jnr (Piquet Sports)
    3: Premat (ART)
    4: Glock (iSport)
    5: Lewis Hamilton (ART)
    6: di Grassi (Durango)
    Fastest Lap: Lopez (Super Nova) 1m26.513s

    GP2 Drivers Championship (Round 7/11)
    1: Hamilton (70)
    2: Piquet Jnr (56)
    3: Premat (4
    4: Glock (2
    5: Ernest Viso (26)
    6=: Michael Ammermuller & Nicolas Lapierre (25)
    8: Adam Carroll (21)
    9: Gianmaria Bruni (20)
    10: Lopez (19)
    11: Pantano (16)
    12: Clivio Piccione (11)
    13: Hiroki Yoshimoto (9)
    14=: Negrao & Franck Perera (
    16: Adrian Valles (7)
    17: Tristan Gommendy (6)
    18=: Ferdinando Monfardini & Felix Porteiro (5)
    20=: di Grassi & Andreas Zuber (4)
    22: Luca Filippi (2)
    23: Sergio Hernandez (1)

    Teams Championship (Round 7/11)
    1: ART (11
    2: Piquet Sports (64)
    3: iSport (55)
    4: Arden (50)
    5: Trident (24)
    6: Super Nova (19)
    7: FMS (1
    8: BCN (14)
    9=: DAMS & Racing Engineering (13)
    11: Campos (12)
    12: DPR Direxiv (11)
    13: Durango (5)

    More F1 & GP2 at Hockenheim in 2 weeks time.

  3. #143
    Grid for tommorrows German GP at Hockenheim.

    1: Raikkonen
    2: M.Schumacher
    3: Massa
    4: Button
    5: Fisichella
    6: Barrichello
    7: Alonso
    8: R.Schumacher
    9: de la Rosa
    10: Coulthard
    11: Webber
    12: Klien
    13: Villeneuve
    14: Rosberg
    15: Heidfeld
    16: Liuzzi
    17: Sato
    18: Monteiro
    19: Motoyama
    20: Speed
    21: Trulli
    22: Albers

  4. #144
    Another great race & another Schuey win. Im thinking its a strong return of Schuey to championship winning strength. I found the race as exciting as the British Touring Cars at Donnington Park afterwards which had everything. But the BTCC just nailed it for excitement. More on that later.

    German GP Top 8
    1: M.Schumacher (Another strong win)
    2: Massa (Good in defence, his pace brings hope of a potential new race winner. I hope he scoops a maiden win soon)
    3: Raikkonen (Handicapped by McLaren thinking everyone would be on 3-stop strategies but they were wrong but Kimi breaks his Hockenheim jinx to beat Button to last podium place)
    4: Button (1st points since Catalunya in early May)
    5: Alonso (Losing pace to Ferrari & M.Schumacher, can he turn it around?)
    6: Fisichella (Lost race pace later)
    7: Trulli (Strong recovery from engine penalty to collect 2 points)
    8: Klien (1st point since season opener in Bahrain)

    Retirements
    15: Webber (Water leak denies Webber of possible podium)
    16: Sato (Gearbox failure)
    17: Villeneuve (Unusual crash at final turn)
    18: Barrichello (Engine fire)
    19: Heidfeld (Collision damage)
    20: de la Rosa (Technical problem)
    21: Yamamoto (Clutch problems)
    22: Rosberg (Crash in stadium complex)

    Drivers Championship (Round 12/1
    1: Alonso (100)
    2: M.Schumcaher (89)
    3: Massa (50)
    4=: Fisichella & Raikkonen (49)
    6: Montoya (26)
    7: Button (21)
    8: Barrichello (16)
    9=: Heidfeld & R.Schumacher (13)
    11=: Coulthard & Trulli (10)
    13: Villeneuve (7)
    14: Webber (6)
    15: Rosberg (4)
    16=: de la Rosa & Klien (2)
    18: Liuzzi (1)

    Constructors Championship (Round 12/1
    1: Renault (149)
    2: Ferrari (139)
    3: McLaren (77)
    4: Honda (37)
    5: Toyota (23)
    6: BMW (20)
    7: Red Bull (12)
    8: Williams (10)
    9: Toro Rosso (1)

    GP2 saw drama and tension as British driver and championship leader Lewis Hamilton increased his chances of winning the title whilst title rival Nelson Piquet Jnr faltered with a late retirement in race 1 and early retirement in race 2 with suspension troubles (and before the start too. It was 7 laps into the race before Piquet Jnr threw in the towel and he was still in the pits)

    Race 1 Top 8
    1: Gianmaria Bruni (Trident)
    2: Lewis Hamilton (ART)
    3: Timo Glock (iSport)
    4: Ernesto Viso (iSport)
    5: Giorgio Pantano (FMS)
    6: Adam Carroll (Racing Engineering)
    7: Jose Maria Lopez (Super Nova)
    8: Clivio Piccione (DPR, no Direxiv anymore)
    Fastest Lap: Alex Premat (ART) 1m23.774s

    Race 2 Top 6
    1: Glock (iSport)
    2: Lopez (Super Nova)
    3: Hamilton (ART)
    4: Viso (iSport)
    5: Pantano (FMS)
    6: Bruni (Trident)
    Fastest Lap: Lucas di Grassi (1m24.477s but not elligible. Bonus point to Lopez)

    GP2 Drivers Championship (Round 8/11)
    1: Hamilton (82)
    2: Piquet Jnr (56)
    3: Premat (49)
    4: Glock (40)
    5: Viso (34)
    6: Bruni (33)
    7: Lopez (29)
    8=: Michael Ammermuller & Nicolas Lapierre (25)
    10: Carroll (24)
    11: Pantano (22)
    12: Piccione (12)
    13: Hiroki Yoshimoto (9)
    14=: Xandi Negrao & Franck Perera (
    16: Adrian Valles (7)
    17: Tristan Gommendy (6)
    18=: Ferdinando Monfardini & Felix Porteiro (5)
    20=: Andreas Zuber & di Grassi (4)
    22: Luca Filippi (2)
    23: Sergio Hernandez (1)

    GP2 Teams Championship (Round 8/11)
    1: ART (131)
    2: iSport (75)
    3: Piquet Sports (64)
    4: Arden (50)
    5: Trident (37)
    6: Super Nova (29)
    7=: FMS & Racing Engineering (24)
    9: BCN (14)
    10: DAMS (13)
    11=: Campos & DPR (12)
    13: Durango (5)

    More on my earlier statement on why the BTCC at Donnington was more exciting then the German GP. Im gonna take a rest.

  5. #145
    i may have to rethink my comments about webber earlier on this thread.
    he was awesome until he want bang.

  6. #146
    Right, why was the BTCC at Donnington more exciting then yesterdays German GP? Well yesterdays races were filled with excitement, drama, controversy and mayhem.

    Race 1
    Richard Marsh sliding his 307, Turner spun by Collard

    Race 2
    Plato, Pinkney and Chilton ending up in the gravel trap after the Craner Curves & Eoin Murray fighting competitively in the midfield points positions in a old Alfa Romeo and Mike Jordans remark Its like Wacky Races

    Race 3
    The crash at the start involving 5 cars (most notably Hughes, Collard & Plato) which brought out the red flag, the showers, Eoin Murray in a podium place until he throws it into the gravel after Craner Curves during a short sharp shower, Matt Neal nearly following suit, Giovanardi briefly leading until the final chicane when he and Turkington cut the chicane together.

    That was why I found yesterdays BTCC more exciting the German GP. Maybe I should cover the BTCC next year.

  7. #147
    News

    1 - Kubica is replacing Villeneuve for Hungary as apparently villeneuve not feeling great after crash in Germany.

    2 - Webber being dropped by Williams for 2007 and being replaced by Wurz. So Rosberg and Wurz will drive for Williams in 2007.

    3 - Strong rumours Raikkonen will partner schmacher at Ferrari for 2007 on equal footing.

  8. #148
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    Ferrari without team orders, doubt that very much.

  9. #149
    Grid for tommorrows Hungarian GP

    1: Raikkonen
    2: Massa
    3: Barrichello
    4: de la Rosa
    5: Webber
    6: R.Schumacher
    7: Fisichella
    8: Trulli
    9: Kubica
    10: Heidfeld
    11: M.Schumacher (2s time penalty for overtaking under red flags in Saturday practice)
    12: Coulthard
    13: Klien
    14: Button (Engine penalty)
    15: Alonso (2s time penalty for road rage incident with Robert Doornboos in Friday practice)
    16: Monteiro
    17: Liuzzi
    18: Rosberg
    19: Speed
    20: Sato
    21: Yamamoto
    22: Albers

  10. #150
    YYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!! HES DONE IT AT LAST!!!! After 113 GP starts, Jenson Button finally has his 1st grand prix (and from 14th on the grid too) but it was a race shaken up by weather conditions and a few stings in the tale for championship protagonists Alonso & M.Schumacher.

    Hungarian GP Race Results
    1: Button (YES, you read that correctly. Wins from 14th on the grid and benefits from Alonsos troubles to finally score his 1st grand prix win)
    2: de la Rosa (1st ever podium in over 60 starts. Should boost his chances of partnering Alonso next year)
    3: Heidfeld (BMWs 1st podium since the Sauber takeover)
    4: Barrichello (Spirited drive backs up Hondas weekend)
    5: Coulthard (Strongest weekend since Monaco)
    6: R.Schumacher (Sole Toyota finish in the top 6)
    7: Kubica (1st Pole to score F1 points. A talent for the future indeed. Heres hoping that BMW snap him up next year)
    8: Massa (Fell backwards off the front row but fights back to clinch last point)

    Retirements
    9: M.Schumacher (3 laps from home, slowed with suspension damage)
    13: Trulli (Engine failure)
    15: Alonso (Driveshaft failure slams Alonso into the wall)
    16: Raikkonen (Hit Liuzzi while lapping the Italian)
    17: Liuzzi (Hit by Raikkonen while being lapped)
    18: Rosberg (Electrical problems and slide into the wall)
    19: Fisichella (Rear wing damage after collision with the wall)
    20: Klien (Spun out in the wet)
    21: Webber (Spun in the wet)
    22: Yamamoto (More mechanical problems, is he turning into a new Yuji Ide perhaps?)

    F1 Drivers Championship (Round 13/1
    1: Alonso (100)
    2: M.Schumacher (89)
    3: Massa (51)
    4=: Fisichella & Raikkonen (49)
    6: Button (31)
    7: Montoya (26)
    8: Barrichello (21)
    9: Heidfeld (19)
    10: R.Schumacher (16)
    11: Coulthard (14)
    12=: de la Rosa & Trulli (10)
    14: Villeneuve (7)
    15: Webber (6)
    16: Rosberg (4)
    17=: Klien & Kubica (2)
    19: Liuzzi (1)

    F1 Constructors (Round 13/1
    1: Renault (149)
    2: Ferrari (140)
    3: McLaren (85)
    4: Honda (52)
    5: BMW (2
    6: Toyota (26)
    7: Red Bull (16)
    8: Williams (10)
    9: Toro Rosso (1)

    Ill bring you the GP2 results later, phew!!

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