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  • Barrichello, he has proven he can be number 1

    3 13.64%
  • Ralf, so they keep it in the family

    0 0%
  • Montoya, he has the Ferrari spirit

    2 9.09%
  • Villeneuve, to finish what his father started

    4 18.18%
  • Massa, the Senna-like Ferrari always wanted

    1 4.55%
  • Webber, he's simply awesome

    3 13.64%
  • Alonso, they can't let him escape

    3 13.64%
  • Fisichella, he's Italian and fast

    0 0%
  • Kimi, I still mad Ferrari lost him to McLaren

    5 22.73%
  • OTHER

    1 4.55%
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Thread: Replacement for Schumacher

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    Replacement for Schumacher

    Who would you like to see replacing Schumacher, if he retires when his contract ends at the end of 2004?
    Would it be possible, to play forever?
    The conclusion reached was that a player is inevitably doomed to lose.

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    Please, don't take my comments too seriously, they are just there to spice the poll.

    I'd like to see Montoya or Massa. I voted for Massa because I think he would give us a great show there, but he still has to leave testing and go back to racing.
    Would it be possible, to play forever?
    The conclusion reached was that a player is inevitably doomed to lose.

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    Hi Arcanjo! Well, I would say Kimi- he drives really fast and has shown he can drive very maturely as well.

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    Villeneuve in a Ferrari is my dream...
    Friends say that I've always got a smile on my face.

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    to me, it comes down to Reubens and Kimi. ill go w/ Barrichello since he's already on the home team, and has done well in the past.

    but i still wanna see Schumi stay in there ill cross my fingers.

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    Me ! Id drive for Free! dammit !

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    nothing personal, but I guess I you would like to drive for free, than you will not drive for long.

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    Alonso is a very good talent in F1 racing. He proved it with Minardi and now he's good enough in the Renaults.
    Dreaming of a Peugeot 106 Rallye...

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    Originally posted by henk4
    nothing personal, but I guess I you would like to drive for free, than you will not drive for long.
    alright then , i ll drive for half Schuey's salary..

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    how generous, the world will appreciate that

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    Originally posted by Meluion
    Villeneuve in a Ferrari is my dream...
    My dream too. My second dream is for Renualt to sack Trulli for Villeneuve...

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    Originally posted by Nogger
    My dream too. My second dream is for Renualt to sack Trulli for Villeneuve...
    Villeneuve has lost it, IMO.
    Would it be possible, to play forever?
    The conclusion reached was that a player is inevitably doomed to lose.

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    Originally posted by Arcanjo
    Villeneuve has lost it, IMO.
    I don't think so.
    A person who has won the Indy 500 and the F1 world championship deserves a better car than the BAR.
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    but what about Button in the same car regularly outpacing him?

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    I think the car suits Buttons driving style better than Villeneuves.
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