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Old post #31 posted Jul 31st 2011, 16:42:09 Quote 
Quote ( Emre Demir @ July 31st 2011,16:39:52 )


That means you did it.


No, I only did your posts
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Old post #32 posted Jul 31st 2011, 16:45:38 Quote 
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 31st 2011,16:38:02 )

Reverse psychology

that wasnt the answer for my question.
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 31st 2011,16:42:09 )

No, I only did your posts

heheh =D then I'll give you plus for your posts because you made me laugh =D
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Old post #33 posted Jul 31st 2011, 16:46:07 Quote 

Hamilton did deserve the drive through. Di Resta doesnt need to hit the barriers to make the rules valid!
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Old post #34 posted Jul 31st 2011, 16:58:08 Quote 
Hamilton did deserve the Drive through, but had he not messed up on strategy that race win was his.
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Old post #35 posted Jul 31st 2011, 16:59:52 Quote 
Quote ( George Samuels @ July 31st 2011,16:58:08 )

Hamilton did deserve the Drive through, but had he not messed up on strategy that race win was his.


It wasn't, the drive through would've put him behind Vettel, he would've only finished 3rd.
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Old post #36 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:01:09 Quote 
Yeah i know, but like i said strategy pretty much screwed up his race.

He was by far the best driver, even after the Drive Through he was still fighty and that was about 10-15 laps from the end.
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Old post #37 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:02:36 Quote 
Quote ( Cliff Rajgopaul @ July 31st 2011,16:46:07 )

Hamilton did deserve the drive through.

Quote ( George Samuels @ July 31st 2011,16:58:08 )

Hamilton did deserve the Drive through

absolutely. he is driving just like MSc. dangerous, careless, reckless and pointless.. On the other hand it doesn't help him to win race !!!
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Old post #38 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:05:26 Quote 
Hamilton and Button.
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Old post #39 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:05:32 Quote 
ok...
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Old post #40 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:19:07 (last edited Jul 31st 2011, 17:20:41 by Vlad Badea) Quote 
i'm gonna say Hamilton for seeing the most improvement out of the top contenders from a professional stand of point...although he messed up his strategy and also got a drive-through, he kept his cool and recovered to 4th...that's hard to do...especially for him...

Button delivered a flawless drive accompanied by a very good strategy, he would have been top driver for me if not for Hami's impressive composure.
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Old post #41 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:24:04 Quote 
Hamilton. Great show, spinning the car in the middle of the track, among other cars.
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Old post #42 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:27:42 Quote 
i say di Resta he did a great race and if he had a mclaren instead of a froce india he would've dominated. And Button didn;t do anything straordinary he just got lucky that Hamilton did a huge mistake.
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Old post #43 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:32:28 Quote 
Just looking at all the dislikes on the posts that show a bit of praise for Hamilton, making me laugh a little.
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Old post #44 posted Jul 31st 2011, 17:57:25 (last edited Jul 31st 2011, 17:57:59 by Joe Manifold) Quote 
Button had a decent race, consistent up until the rain started towards the end of the race, a bit of wide moments around turn 2 but overall a great race for him. Buemi had a good race from what I saw, made 15 positions to get above his teammate by 2 positions and into the points too. That should give him some confidence.

Poor start from Webber once again, he can't seem to get it right at the moment. Chose the right time to pit for slicks, had an ok race from then on. Alonso did well to keep up and pass him, he chose the right tyres so that put him up on the podium. Vettel did well to keep up with Button but really with his car he should have caught him and Hamilton when the track was dry. I guess he will be looking for a hotter day... Still a good race for him, got 2nd place and increased his point lead, that can't be a bad day really.
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Old post #45 posted Jul 31st 2011, 18:11:19 Quote 
Hamilton made it all very exciting and he was very fast. For me he is the driver of the day followed by Button and Di Resta.

Hope Red Bull will get a replacement for Webber soon..
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Old post #46 posted Jul 31st 2011, 18:14:44 Quote 
has to be Button, with Buemi a close 2nd.
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Old post #47 posted Jul 31st 2011, 19:16:31 Quote 
for me driver of the day was Heidfeld. I haven't seen blowing driver for a long time ;D. Jenson did a fantastic job, Hamilton was a victim of his team strategy and his own madness. Vettel show once again that he isn't good material for champion.
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Old post #48 posted Jul 31st 2011, 19:30:59 Quote 
Button, Hamilton, Buemi.
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Old post #49 posted Jul 31st 2011, 20:25:05 Quote 
Hamilton was good, just bad decisions and one stupid risky mistake when he spun out, he deserved that win!
Had he done the same strategy as Button, he'd have won...

Massa was blocked by Schumi, or else he might have been interesting to watch, did a lot of nice clean overtakes!

Vettel was usual, good, Webber sucks now!

Alonso was pretty damn fast and consistent.

Di Resta might be my choice...

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Old post #50 posted Jul 31st 2011, 23:31:35 Quote 
Buemi has my DOTD. From 23rd on the grid to beat other cars that are waaay faster than his, takes skill.
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Old post #51 posted Jul 31st 2011, 23:39:22 Quote 
Schumacher. He briefly led the race !
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Old post #52 posted Jul 31st 2011, 23:56:42 Quote 
Heidfeld, for hiring terrorists to make his car!
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Old post #53 posted Aug 1st 2011, 00:00:34 Quote 
I will vote for Hamilton.
He did almost everything, lost place won many span got a penatly did most pitstops... just missed out on fastest lap..... and touched teammate....was the most impressive i think. If luck in the strategy of his teammate... i believe would be 1st....

but it is ok,....was a great first 5 laps to watch.... we have a break now and back for SPA ....:)
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Old post #54 posted Aug 1st 2011, 00:03:23 Quote 
Di Resta for not making any rookie mistakes and being consistent oh and managing to miss the wheel spinning Hamilton who had no other option/
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Old post #55 posted Aug 1st 2011, 00:37:36 Quote 
D'Ambrosio, he spinned in the pit... oO'
great race for Button, Massa could be better if didn't spin, great race for Buemi too
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Old post #56 posted Aug 1st 2011, 01:12:52 (last edited Aug 1st 2011, 01:16:09 by Luke Frost) Quote 
Di Resta. Ricciardo also deserves a mention for making huge progress every race. Now he's faster than Liuzzi and D'ambrosio, and ready to race with Glock. I hope he can replace Webber next year or in 2013.

Hamilton is the entertainment of the day without question. Agression = more fans. He threw away a victory though...
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Old post #57 posted Aug 1st 2011, 01:45:37 (last edited Aug 1st 2011, 02:03:49 by Aliana Svolas) Quote 
Quote ( Leonard Impiglia @ July 31st 2011,17:27:42 )

And Button didn;t do anything straordinary


button made no mistakes on a day when almost everyone else was making them. that speaks well of him imo

DOTD is so hard to pick in F1 - would Buemi have won if he'd had Webber's seat? We'll never know for sure

IOTD (idiot of the day) is pretty easy today though: the man who forgot that you can't do your victory donuts until after you've taken the checkers.
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Old post #58 posted Aug 1st 2011, 01:49:31 Quote 
Quote ( George Samuels @ July 31st 2011,17:32:28 )

Just looking at all the dislikes on the posts that show a bit of praise for Hamilton, making me laugh a little.


What makes me laugh is that those same people don't seem to realize that Alin Costrasuc was being sarcastic when he voted for Hamilton. I know that sarcasm is sometimes difficult to pick up on over the internet, but come on...
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Old post #59 posted Aug 1st 2011, 01:59:12 Quote 
I seriously wonder why Hamilton has 2nd most votes after all those mistakes he did....
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Old post #60 posted Aug 1st 2011, 09:24:50 (last edited Aug 1st 2011, 09:25:15 by Thomas Lindgren) Quote 
Quote ( Santtu Sara @ August 1st 2011,01:59:12 )

I seriously wonder why Hamilton has 2nd most votes after all those mistakes he did....

Because he still was blinding fast and could've won, if it wasn't for the inters mistake?
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