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easy tiger - Unregistered

April 05, 2009 12:39 PM

It would have been great to see the full race distance, its very easy to now say race should have been earlier because of the rain, but it could of rained earlier, And in any case Jenson had it all sewn up.
Like Brundle said its all about being on the right tyres at the right time,


Only thing that would have made the result better was having a williams on the podium,

subra - Unregistered

April 05, 2009 1:13 PM

Every one knows that at this time of the year it Rains heavily in Malaysia.Normally the race used start at 2or 2.30 pm when race can go full distance even if it rains.One can't understand the logic of starting the race at 5PM Malaysian Time.

petrolheadinrussia - Unregistered

April 05, 2009 1:16 PM

FIA blunder to let Earnie make money. This wagon he drives lost its wheels today as far as the public is concerned. He doubtless made exactly what he expected and doesnt give a toss for the punters. This race should have started 3 hours earlier, and ANYONE who wants to watch it will miss some kip.

derek0113 - Unregistered

April 05, 2009 1:28 PM

Silveryblack, I can see were you are getting confused, before Button pits you see a shot of Glock ahaead of hedifeld, but as Button leaves we see Glock passing heidfeld into the first corner, as the SC is deployed stations are held, but during that lap the race is stopped therefore going back to the previous lap the BMW was ahead, sorry for pointing this out, so I would like Toyota will know the result is correct.

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