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2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Sinister on Tue Aug 02, 2011 1:16 pm

Lawrence wrote:Well, with two extra pit stips, a spin amd a drive-thru penalty, Hamilton still finished ahead of Webber !!!



Yeah despite Webber driving the best car. :loser: :hihi:
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Dev on Tue Aug 02, 2011 2:30 pm

Sinister wrote:
Lawrence wrote:Well, with two extra pit stips, a spin amd a drive-thru penalty, Hamilton still finished ahead of Webber !!!



Yeah despite Webber driving the best car. :loser: :hihi:


You seem shocked for some reason. ^o^ ^o^
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Funkmother on Wed Aug 03, 2011 3:01 am

Lawrence wrote:... Hamilton still finished ahead of Webber !!!


You say that as though its some kind of great achievement.
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Dev on Wed Aug 03, 2011 7:35 am

To be fair to Webber, that is the kind of awesomely opportunistic move that Hamilton is well capable of.

What's amazing is that for a change, neither Webber nor Hamilton got tangled up and ended off track! :clap: :clap:
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby maister on Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:21 pm

Danny wrote:Even Damon Hill used to pass somone without crashing once per season. Doesn't make him a racing driver either. Vettel would be more suited to rally driving with Kimi where you get a clear track and no one in the way when you are time trialing.
Awesome the 3rd best driver in f1 (at best) is going to be a double world champion.


Yeah as if the best driver always wins the championship in F1, right? :roll:

I don't know who is the best driver in F1 but Vettel is definately in the top 3 right now.
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Funkmother on Wed Aug 03, 2011 11:31 pm

Yep, I'd say top two. ;)
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Dev on Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:20 am

Top 3? Top 2.

Go on gentlemen, let's have names? We don't want the rest of the forum to think that Nick Heidfeld and Michael Schumacher are the best on the grid, right? :reallyevil:
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Mafia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 7:38 am

Dev wrote:Top 3? Top 2.

Go on gentlemen, let's have names? We don't want the rest of the forum to think that Nick Heidfeld and Michael Schumacher are the best on the grid, right? :reallyevil:


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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Paolo 2 on Thu Aug 04, 2011 5:40 pm

MikaPup wrote:So, are McLaren the fastest team at the moment?


No, BUT they have the fastest driver on the drid, the luckiest driver on the grid and quite some talent among the rest of the crew
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Funkmother on Fri Aug 05, 2011 3:14 am

Dev wrote:Top 3? Top 2.

Go on gentlemen, let's have names? We don't want the rest of the forum to think that Nick Heidfeld and Michael Schumacher are the best on the grid, right? :reallyevil:


Well clearly we're talking about Sebastian. In my opinion, the other is Lewis.
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Dev on Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:30 am

Interesting. I still see Alonso as being up there, just not sure how I would rank him relative to Lewis, Vettel etc.

Certainly Alonso has the experience, while Lewis throws in the excitement. Vettel seems to blisteringly quick in clean air, and certainly making his teammate look foolish.

How do the others see it?
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby JopieBK on Fri Aug 05, 2011 11:38 am

Dev wrote:To be fair to Webber, that is the kind of awesomely opportunistic move that Hamilton is well capable of.

It also highlighted how, despite being pretty good overall, DC's commentary tends to be a little (Red) Bullish.

Hamilton went past Webber and all DC could go on about was how it was Kobayashi's fault, pretty much insisting the stewards should slap him with a penalty.

Brundle pointed out with an audible smile that Kobayashi couldn't just disappear and the best DC could splutter was 'blue flags are blue flags Martin'.
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Re: 2011 Hungarian Grandprix Weekend.

Postby Dev on Sat Aug 06, 2011 7:42 am

Well, Jopie, it could happen to the best of them. IIRC, both McLarens overtook Alonso with the help of traffic at last year's Canadian GP.
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