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j0nsmith - Unregistered

September 14, 2008 3:34 PM

At what time will the stewards intervene to destroy the results, and the fans enjoyment of F1.
I found this race a bit dull with very few drivers attempting any overtaking, worrying that they might be breaking the rules. The race really was down to getting a lucky break in tyre choice and when a pit stop was taken.
This for me is not racing. I would like to see F1 develop into wheel to wheel racing.
Lets see two shorter races on the day with full fuel and no pit stops as most other formula race.

BULENT - Unregistered

September 14, 2008 4:06 PM

Vettel would be smart for Ferrari if he was replaced Kimi! Probably Kimi will be retired after 2010 in Ferrari winning only one lucky championship which is against Hamilton (who was a rookie in 2007)

Firefly - Unregistered

September 14, 2008 4:24 PM

"Lets see two shorter races on the day with full fuel and no pit stops as most other formula race. " Yeah that'll be fun. Just like your regulare boring F3 race, but then without youngsters trying to prove themselves. Yawn.

OZF1Fan - Unregistered

September 14, 2008 5:25 PM

Hey, toni fan:

I somehow agree and disagree: Even though Kimmi's driving was lackluster today, he set three or four fast laps in the final stages of the race. Hence, I'd say his driving was pretty good. To me, it is clear that the setting in his car did not suit today's wet Monza track. But as the tarmac got dry, and all drivers fitted intermediate tires, Kimmi's performance improved a lot.

Kovalainnen the most boring? I'd take Kovvi any time over Fisico and Trulli. More exiting to watch while star fishes mate at the Discovery Channel, than watching them "racing". Both belong in the DTM (beside their pal Ralfie) of in the FIA GT...

Dice - Unregistered

September 14, 2008 5:51 PM

I wouldnt be shocked to see Lewis getting a grid penalty for the next race ... & he would deserve it. Once again he drove like he was the only car on the circuit without any regard for his competitors or safety.
He nearly took Alonso's nose off cutting in front of him down the straight, pushed Glock off onto the grass & pushed Webber over until he had no more room & contact was made.
Isnt he still racing under a suspended sentence after Canada? Could he get a race ban?

THE HAMILTRON - Unregistered

September 14, 2008 7:50 PM

Yes, he does come across as a bit desperate, which when you think about it is pretty weird... After all he does lead the championship. He did some really good racing and overtaking today but I agree that the moves he made on Glock & Webber were over the top. I don't think we've heard the last word, especially from Webber.

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