European GP 2009 - Valencia

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby bhall » Thu Aug 27, 2009 3:33 pm

We're really talking about fathers and girlfriends now?

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby allan » Thu Aug 27, 2009 3:34 pm

Giblet wrote:To be honest, I would rather stop seeing his idiot Pop-tart girlfriend jumping up and down in the pits.

Dude, that was the best part of the gp. Gotta admit, she has nice cans... they brought back the good old bay watch days!

on a different note, my understanding is that Eau Rouge has always been flat out. It's the different elevation and the massive g force on the engines that make it seem that the drivers have lifted a little (not on a wet track tho).

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby ISLAMATRON » Thu Aug 27, 2009 3:38 pm

bhallg2k wrote:We're really talking about fathers and girlfriends now?


and facial expressions

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby ds.raikkonen » Thu Aug 27, 2009 3:40 pm

ISLAMATRON wrote:.. And she is definitely the best looking woman I've seen in the pit lane.


Thats probably because the GF's and wives of other drivers dont turn up at every GP(except Massa's, and she s not much of a looker). Look at Mark Webber's gf.
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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby Ciro Pabón » Thu Aug 27, 2009 6:37 pm

I had to erase half the comments posted last day in this thread. I repeat, as sternly as I can: no more comments about other members.
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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby Ray » Thu Aug 27, 2009 7:08 pm

Well since my posts got deleted for challening an accusation I guess I'll have to repost a question that I asked. Did Heikki have excessive rear tire temps like Lewis? I've not heard anything about his tires or the rears on another KERS car being overheated. Was Lewis the only one affected?

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby Ciro Pabón » Thu Aug 27, 2009 9:41 pm

Sorry, Ray, I had not time to let standing the parts of the posts relevant to the thread, that whould have been an enormous task.
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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby Ray » Thu Aug 27, 2009 9:48 pm

Ciro Pabón wrote:Sorry, Ray, I had not time to let standing the parts of the posts relevant to the thread, that whould have been an enormous task.


Understood. I was wondering when you were going to come in and yell at us to start behaving! :lol: I'll be good from now on. Promise.

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby allan » Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:43 am

ds.raikkonen wrote:
ISLAMATRON wrote:.. And she is definitely the best looking woman I've seen in the pit lane.


Thats probably because the GF's and wives of other drivers dont turn up at every GP(except Massa's, and she s not much of a looker). Look at Mark Webber's gf.

LOL, yeah I know! Ann Neal is one of a kind... can't believe he spotted her before I did... what a douche!

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby Ray » Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:57 am

What about Connie Montoya? In my opinion by far the best looking wife of anyone in the pitlane, followed closely by Rons' old wife Lisa Dennis.

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby ds.raikkonen » Fri Aug 28, 2009 5:20 am

but I thought we were talking about current drivers. In that case, even Cora Schumacher is also pretty hot!
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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby PlatinumZealot » Fri Aug 28, 2009 8:49 am

Ray wrote:Well since my posts got deleted for challening an accusation I guess I'll have to repost a question that I asked. Did Heikki have excessive rear tire temps like Lewis? I've not heard anything about his tires or the rears on another KERS car being overheated. Was Lewis the only one affected?


Lewis' tyres are always worked to the limit in a controlled fashion. :wink:


Or maybe it is because of the longer wheelbase?
"I appreciate artistry, I appreciate technique, I appreciate strategy, tactics," TDG said. "When I look at him and watch him race, no matter who it is, I see how he breaks down his opponent."

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby timbo » Fri Aug 28, 2009 9:33 am

n smikle wrote:Lewis' tyres are always worked to the limit in a controlled fashion. :wink:

Won't necessarily say "in controlled fashion". Remember Turkey'08 and Hungary'08.

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby bhall » Fri Aug 28, 2009 10:30 am

timbo wrote:
n smikle wrote:Lewis' tyres are always worked to the limit in a controlled fashion. :wink:

Won't necessarily say "in controlled fashion". Remember Turkey'08 and Hungary'08.


Don't forget China '07.

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Re: European GP 2009 - Valencia

Postby PlatinumZealot » Sat Aug 29, 2009 12:45 am

Well you have to go beyond the limit to know where the limit is :wink: After that you can drive on the limit at will.

His hot tyres were a result of maximal speed through the corners without fully sliding the tyres. Imagine, no burnouts, no sliding, no unnecessary movements and the Tyres are HOT! He must have Masterful car control, the Zenedine Zidane of F1. :mrgreen:

I would really like to see Alonso come back in a faster car. Lewis needs a real rival again. Kimi is there too but he has no emotion, we don't know what he's up to.
"I appreciate artistry, I appreciate technique, I appreciate strategy, tactics," TDG said. "When I look at him and watch him race, no matter who it is, I see how he breaks down his opponent."




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