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Nico Rosberg claims Mercedes' first pole since the 1950s - and breaks his own duck in the process...

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April 14, 2012 8:10 PM

Should at least be an interesting first few laps at least whith the field jumbled as it is, could be a humdinger!!!

Just one thing before I go and take me tablets, postings on this site are getting more and more unreadable is it delibberate so that the writer can get himself on the forum without danger of anyone contradicting his post because no one can understand what on earth the've written.

HRC is a classic example

chin and son
Fungus one
fungus two
fozzie bear

all a bit juvenile really is'nt it!


April 14, 2012 8:43 PM

Well, it seems humour is beyond some of the old farts frequenting this site?
Try using a little imagination it wont hurt, I promise, may even make you smile, you never know!

There again if you don't know what LMAO means, theres little hope LMAO.

racy - Unregistered

April 14, 2012 11:32 PM

Good for Kimi, so glad to see him racing again. Just hope he does not wreck or blow up. And hey HRC, if werent for us 'old farts' there would be no F1. So watch your mouth please since this is a sports forum not a Jr Highschool pee contest behind the gym. Go Kimi, the most ever missed man in F1..

p1 - Unregistered

April 15, 2012 1:20 AM

So if any prior races are to go by
Nico beats Schuey in Qual
Nico goes backwards at the start
Schuey goes forwards at the start

Maybe a Schuey win? As much as I dislike the man from years gone by I can't help but be a tad excited he may clinch the top step this weekend

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