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Jenson Button handed a five place grid penalty for a gearbox change ahead of Suzuka

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Mark _

October 02, 2012 10:01 PM

@richard - yes I am familar with the Jensen and the Jensen Healey. The Jensen was one ugly car. I had a neighbor back in the seventies who had a beautiful little red Jensen Healey.

@Salan - Please don't feel intimidated as that was not my intention. I apologize if you feel that we ganged up you. Jenson could spoil it for anyone. If Hamilton wins and Jenson gets second then that spoils it for Alonso. Personally I feel that there is nothing wrong with having a non-contender in the mix.

Salan - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 10:23 PM

Thank you Mark for making me feel at home. I must say I certainly did not feel intimidated just replying on two fronts was getting a little out of hand. No doubt I shall keep you guys on record and hope to have an exchange in the near future.


October 03, 2012 12:01 AM
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Salan, It's refreshing to hear someone new here debating with intelegence and some class, I may not always agree with you but I'll certainly welcome your future contributions.

Salan - Unregistered

October 03, 2012 5:27 PM

Taipan, thank you for your kind consideration not to mention your illustriously pleasant welcome. I certainly don't wish that we all agree with each other otherwise there would be no banter or fun in our exchange. That said I think it has been some time since I was on here and I recall your username and the exchange we had then (a pleasant one if I may add) however it really is nice when we have opposing views which we can debate in a civil manner. I shall definitely look out for you the next time I find an interesting thread to post on.

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