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Thread: Old Man wins again

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    Thumbs up Old Man wins again

    Yep, you gotta say something about them old pharts

    Win #87, Fastest lap and 5 wins out of 7 at the Brickyard.

    Who said he is too old to race?
    Zippity

    "Rules are written by FEAR; and that Racers are motivated by the Fear that somebody may have something that gives others an Edge." - Rocky Russo



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    Question

    How did he do in the previous 2 races? Being a living God he should have set pole and won both the races. Correct?
    Remember the lack of any credible evidence is proof the conspiracy is working!

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    Oh Ye of such little faith..................

    Keep your "Tall Poppy" comments until the end of the season

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    Well, about 8 cars finished this time, 2 more than last year. Guess ol' Bernie's gonna really be putting the squeeze for more bucks to have a 2007 US Grand Prix.

    slowjim

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    Bridgestone vs. Michelin

    I'd say that perhaps they weren't faster than the Renault on that track, just luckier that their tire supplier is Bridgestone. However, for that good bit of luck at that track, they're paying for it everywhere else, where it would seem the Michelin tires have a pretty good advantage. Makes it even more impressive that they generally set fast lap, or within .2 of fast lap, given the current tire situation. I do feel, regardless of who's in the Ferrari next year, you'll see a different story when they're all on the same tire!

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    Talking Hey Bill

    No comment after this morning's race?

    Where is your World Champion now??

    My $$$$$$$$$'s sure are looking safe..........
    Zippity

    "Rules are written by FEAR; and that Racers are motivated by the Fear that somebody may have something that gives others an Edge." - Rocky Russo



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    Wink HEY ZIP

    What a difference a week makes,at this rate GOD will be able to pass Alonso in the standings in 11 races. That is if they don't catch him cheating again.
    Remember the lack of any credible evidence is proof the conspiracy is working!

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    Talking Hey Zippity

    Hows the view from the tall poppys now?


    BUWAHHAHAHAHA
    Remember the lack of any credible evidence is proof the conspiracy is working!

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    And your point is?

    Get over it

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    Re: And your point is?

    Originally posted by Zippity
    Get over it
    Have you gotten over it yet???
    "When you have them by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow"

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    It's a bit like losing a girlfriend.......

    I'll never get over watching (admiring) Michael Schumacher race.

    To have been able to follow the best F1 racer of our lifetime has been a privilege.
    Zippity

    "Rules are written by FEAR; and that Racers are motivated by the Fear that somebody may have something that gives others an Edge." - Rocky Russo



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    Its a bit like losing a girlfriend...


    That says a lot about how big a fan you were. Was it the tight drivers suits?

    (admireing) Now you just plain have me puzzled.

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    (admireing) [sic] Now you just plain have me puzzled.

    No such word

    admiring - go look it up

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    How is it spelled tire or tyre? The Brits spell it tyre.

    Good catch on the extra E. You're absolutely write, there is know word admireing. 2 points and extra credit for you.

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    Rumors Abound!

    This, from The Autoextremeist.com:

    "Michael Schumacher. The great German Champion suffered a punctured tire early on in Brazil but stormed back to finish fourth in his final Formula One race. Schumacher, 37, retires with 91 victories in 250 Grand Prix starts, an incredible seven World Championships - and 68 pole positions. Rumors that he has signed a $10 million deal to drive the two NASCAR road races at Sears Point (Infineon) and Watkins Glen in 2007 could not be substantiated at our launch time."

    http://www.autoextremist.com/page3.shtml
    All machines are amplifiers.

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