F1 » Barrichello leads Brawn 1-2 as Bulls stumble.

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2ManyPoints - Unregistered

September 13, 2009 3:20 PM

Great race!

For me, what made this race interesting was the fueling stratagies employed. I think it's a shame that next season that aspect of the competition will be missing. IMHO it will mean a significantly less enjoyable race.


GP One

September 13, 2009 4:06 PM

Now you know why Schumi won so many championship. Brawn is the master tactician. I cant believe that they manage to snatch 1-2 from their starting grid position.

Kovalainen for me is the biggest loser of the race. Heavy on fuel, KERS, great grid position and it equates to nothing... Hamilton might shunt be the case of trying too hard, but at least he's on the pace... while he was still on the race track.

Alan D - Unregistered

September 13, 2009 4:24 PM

One thing puzzled me. In the past when a race was red flagged, they have taken the final positions from the previous complete lap, e.g. when Fisichella was awarded the win in Brazil in 2003. Under that rule, Hamilton, even though he caused the accident, would have been placed third. This time they didn't do that. Has the rule been changed?


September 13, 2009 5:45 PM

Great race, really enjoyed it! Rubens just did EVERYTHING right, from the start, to tyre management, to consistent lap times, to his huge smile when he left the car! He thoroughly deserved this win and I couldn't be happier!:DRubens for WDC09!

Was gutted about Hamilton, but like both Martin and Eddie said, that nature of never giving up makes Lewis Lewis and is what got him his WDC and will get him more in the future. Would MUCH prefer to see him pushing beyond the limit to settling for 3rd! If it'd happened last year maybe I'd feel different, but this year he has nothing to loose, besides his race up to there was brilliant (& entertaining), only have to look at Kovi's race to see that:p


September 13, 2009 5:51 PM

Liuzzi drove a phenomenal race today, just really really bad luck ruined it all, but he'll come pack with a vengance and take some points!
Sutil (except for the pitstop) did everything right and could easily have had a go at Kimi if it hadn't been for the KERS. But it is in the regs and Force India chose not to use it, so I'm not annoyed about it.

Kimi, great race and also Jenson, he wasn't on the pace of Rubens for much of the race but still drove well to 2nd. Can't help but feel Lewis might've taken the position had what happened not hapened but could've,should've,would've,won't change anything now.

Mark Webber, VERY bad luck!

LOVED the Toyota fight, that's what F1 should be!

2Pac - Unregistered

September 13, 2009 5:55 PM

would love to see rosberg or even kimi at mclaren next season, totally lost patients with kovi now. from a race winning grid position and strategy he lost 3 places in the first lap and finished nowhere!

brilliant result for brawn gp, took full advantage of kovi's lack of performance. really happy for rubens.

roll on singapore.

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