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    Of course Ferrari and Fia have the much more influential rain dance
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    We found out right quick that Massa is no rainmeister.

    Alonso is putting his car where ever he wants it.

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    Ouch! Kimi! Tough crash, and now the safety car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Scuderia
    Ouch! Kimi! Tough crash, and now the safety car.
    Interesting incident, I wouldn't have expected something like that from him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinspark
    Interesting incident, I wouldn't have expected something like that from him.
    Liuzzi lifting to let both Macs pass, and Kimi not expecting it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    Liuzzi lifting to let both Macs pass, and Kimi not expecting it...
    That's what our commentator Mika Salo said, but still it seemed a bit too easy.

    Alonso seems to be steadily going for the win if everything goes right. And I'm pretty sure it will. Quite a hit on the WDC battle.

    Edit: Kimi said he was letting Pedro past himself and looking in the mirrors he didn't notice Liuzzi's slowing down fast enough.
    Last edited by twinspark; 08-06-2006 at 06:09 AM.

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    Track is drying now, a new dynamic to the race.

    Kubica is doing a great job on his debut.

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    Speed put on dry tyres, already went off before one complete lap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dino Scuderia
    Speed put on dry tyres, already went off before one complete lap.
    Now he's back on intermediates

    And Schumacher is going fast now. Hopefully he gets close to Alonso so that the WDC remains open.
    Last edited by twinspark; 08-06-2006 at 06:19 AM.

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    Speed already back on intermediates.

    Button about to pressure Alonso.

    B'stones improving on the dry lines.

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    Schumacher seems to have some speed suddenly.
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    Apparently Liuzzi took the fault in his crash with Raikkonen, as he stopped by in the McLaren pit box to apologise for his sudden slowing down.

    Alonso's out, maybe he should have stayed with intermediates.
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    Alonso out
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    Wow! Pit mistake on Alonso's car! He's out!

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    This could be the day Button gets Knighted by the Queen! LOL!

    But don't give up on him yet, he could screw it all up.

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