That New Jersey circuit looks interesting, and Bernie is still such great value isn't he!
Jenson has to perform today - once the TV start to highlight an "issue" then you know it's serious. Much as I hate to admit it, but Button is down in that same dark place as Massa rioght now.......
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Think will be 8th different winner today - Grosjean.
Great photos of the 7 winners to date here:
The photo below also shows what happened to ruin Jenson Button's season since winning the first race, he's been half-blinded by this piece of sabotage!!!
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Oh well, no 8th winner, but at least my prediction was wrong. Who'd have thought Fernando could win that one, unbelievable. Who's that old geezer on the podium?
Some really close racing today, much better race than I expected (nothing to do with a certain car's gremlins... honest!!)
It'll be interesting to see what the stewarts* have to say about Maldonado and Hamilton.
*well that's what Eddie Jordan calls them!
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
I bet Frank Williams will not be very pleased with Maldanado, the 11 points he lost them could be worth a lot of dosh at the end of the season, mind you Lewis is probably more upset with him.Another great drive from Alonso.
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Well technically Maldonado lost a single point today with his 20-second penalty... Which got picked up by Bruno Senna, effectively promoted from 11th. Net same for Williams.
But I know what you mean: Williams could have even more points, and be more than a single one clear of Force India in the constructors championship...
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Quite a good race after vettel's misfortune, he was in a different league AGAIN . Great drive from Alonso albeit helped a tadany others failed electronics and the dodgy jack in the Mclaren garage. Felt a bit sorry for Roman, it is only a matter of time for him though - great to see names like Lotus and Williams back in the top 10 although Maldonado suffered the exuberance of youth, a couple more corners and he'd have passed Lewis. My main disappointment was the obvious gagging order on Hamilton who was being very "careful" in his interview with the Beeb, obviously being a little more reserved with his views as well as his driving this year.
Roll on next race, I'd like a British winner but failing that it would be brill to see Lotus winning once again at Silverstone
Rather shocking news today, Maria de Villota was very seriously injured whilst testing a Marussia at Duxford, I hope she's going to be ok. See here.
Edit: Marussia have just announced that she's conscious, so that's got to be good.
Aye, hope De Villota is OK.
If the weather stays like it has been then we could be in for a very interesting weekend, although anyone at Silverstone will get seriously wet. Second thoughts watching F1 through a load of spray ain't much fun.
Don't fancy the chances of Lotus.
yes i guess, so he might be the champ without, more dnf in the races, its fun though, remembering fire in pit, n charging loose tyre, caught by camera.
If the weather stays like it has been then we could be in for a very interesting weekend, although anyone at Silverstone will get seriously wet.
Mmm, tell me about it - heading up there this evening...
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Mmmmm, looks nice at Silverstone this morning, hope the Prof isn't too wet
Pleasantly surprised, I was expecting Bernie to be screaming "Paved paradise put up a parking lot" but he must be mellowing.Alonso on pole, he is definitely driving well.A liitle drop of rain this afternoon will make it interesting, but please no monsoon.Hope the Prof ain't too wet outside. The diehards will have been on the fence 6hrs by now.
Sun's breaking through here 67 miles north of Silverstone.
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