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freejack. very possible, but it is not just his starts that are suspect. even though he loses a few places at the start, he just cannot make up these places. now the car is fast enough, witness how seb is able to come from the back when neccessary, even with a badly damaged and reduced power car. mark just does not seem able to respond to a difficult situation. and remember his race at austin, where he made some mad attempts to pass, and also blocked his recovering teammate. and heres another question for you. when he is being interviewed, why does he never look at the camera or the reporter? his eyes are always focused at something distant. to me, that looks like a person who is uncomfortable with his position.



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