F1 » Massa: Monza won’t be easy


Felipe Massa predicts a tough Monza race for Ferrari

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Nigel K

September 04, 2010 9:59 AM

@robo1

Hi Rob, that name that you mentioned in your last post has not been used for the last 855 days or to be more to the point 2years and 4months.
But anyway, yes I am a Fernando Alonso supporter. Refering to my post, did I say anything that is not correct or to the point in it?
As I have said to another poster, everyone has his own views and opinions and we have to learn to respect them. Sometimes we agree, sometimes we do not.
Ferrari are not really my favourite team. I think that since Ross Brawn left, the management team is a complete flop. They lost Massa's WDC for him in 2008 due to their many mistakes, not least being the 10m fuel hose pipe that was left secured to his car on leaving the pit. This year they have also made several mistakes as well during a number of races.

Do I think that Fernando is still in with a chance? It's a matter of luck at this stage, he's got to win at least 2 or 3 races and finishing in the first three for the rest. Possible? Maybe. Probable? It d

richard

September 04, 2010 11:27 AM

rob. how did you work out the connection to reno?

nigel, how are you so sure that reno has not been used for 855 days? i am almost sure that i have seen it within the last year. but i presume that you are confirming that you were reno. but to be fair to ferrari, the fault re the hose, was in the fia provided fuelling rig. it did not disengage fully.

richard

September 04, 2010 2:36 PM

rob. got it now. as nigel said that he didnt know how to register, i hadnt bothered to look at his history. i have now done so, and see you are correct. yes, we all love our banter, and even you and i do not see eye to eye at times, but we get over it, occasionally. now, VETTEL for WDC!

rob01

September 04, 2010 2:53 PM

In general terms, the wireline services company will run a single strand wire, or a multi-strand wire, into the gas or oil well. This may be done to set flow control on various devices. It may also be performed for processes of clean out, or to place instruments that will gather readings of temperature or pressure in order to establish an accurate monitoring of the situation within the well.

In other words. We take the pressure. We work with the dreaded blow out preventer.

107SS2009

September 04, 2010 5:38 PM

Rob is only windable/exited/with speed out of control when and if L U L U is doing well with help from the hand of the Lord, if L U L U is not doing well that is if the Lord forgot to keep his hand on him Rob's posts will be in short supply mode.
Rob, why do you dread B O P'S? I will only dread being near an oil/gas well if there is no B O P.

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