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Post by da silva on Fri Oct 05 2012, 18:34

Great track. Let the games begin.
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Re: Suzuka 2012

Post by Henrik on Fri Oct 05 2012, 21:47

Suzuka is back? Schumi is retiring?

Loads of good news this week!!!

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Re: Suzuka 2012

Post by da silva on Fri Oct 05 2012, 22:40

I was never a fan of Schumacher (understatement of the year). However, he didn't have to comeback and drive with Mercedes, but he did because he loves motor racing, and for that I can't help but respect the guy.

I must be getting soft in my old age. affraid
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Re: Suzuka 2012

Post by Gelert on Sat Oct 06 2012, 05:27

Massive traffic issues at the end of FP3...quite a few near-accidents as drivers were backing-up at the last chicane to try to get space before their last run.
If Q1 is anything like that, expect incidents and penalties...

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Post by glendo on Sat Oct 06 2012, 09:37

koby kicked ass. i'd love for him to win it, or get a podium.
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Post by Gelert on Sat Oct 06 2012, 19:48

YAY! GoByBashy FTW...!

I agree - it'd be special.

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Post by eso on Sun Oct 07 2012, 04:12

da silva wrote:I was never a fan of Schumacher (understatement of the year). However, he didn't have to comeback and drive with Mercedes, but he did because he loves motor racing, and for that I can't help but respect the guy.

I must be getting soft in my old age. affraid

A reversal like that could be enough to initiate disbarment proceedings... I'll take Senna in this round...


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Post by Henrik on Sun Oct 07 2012, 10:57

I was thinking thee same thing eso.

Saw a summary of the race, and was happy that Kobayashi got a podium.

Alonso's error at the start looked a bit amateurish, no?

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Post by Henrik on Sun Oct 07 2012, 13:26

Henrik wrote:I was thinking thee same thing eso.

Saw a summary of the race, and was happy that Kobayashi got a podium.

Alonso's error at the start looked a bit amateurish, no?

Oops, scratch that last comment. Looks like he was punted from behind....

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