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PostSubject: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 9:56 am

Brazilian G.P

The Circuit
Details
Length: 4.30 km
Race Distance: 305.90 km
Corners: 15



2009 Result
Pole Time: 1:19.576 Rubens Barrichello (Brawn GP) (Wet)
Race Winner: Mark Webber (Red Bull)
Race Time: 1:32:23.08

WDC Standings
1 - Fernando Alonso - 231 points
2 - Mark Webber - 220 points
3 - Lewis Hamilton - 210 points
4 - Sebastian Vettel - 206 points
5 - Jenson Button - 189 points
6 - Felipe Massa - 143 points
7 - Robert Kubica - 124 points
8 - Nico Rosberg - 122 points
9 - Michael Schumacher - 66 points
10 - Rubens Barrichello - 47 points
=10 - Adrian Sutil - 47 points

Constructors Championship Standings
1 - Red Bull - 426 points
2 - Mclaren-Mercedes - 399 points
3 - Ferarri - 374 points
4 - Mercedes GP - 188 points
5 - Reanult - 143 points
6 - Force India - 68 points
7 - Williams - 65 points
8 - BMW-Sauber - 43 points
9 - Torro Rosso - 11 points
10 - Lotus - 0 points
11 - Virgin - 0 points
12 - HRT - 0 points


Session Times
Friday (times AEDST)
Free Practice 1(Friday Night/Saturday Morning) 23:00pm-12:30am
Free Practice 2 (Saturday Morning)03:00-04:30am

Saturday
Free Practice 3 (Sunday Morning) 00:00-1:00am
Qualifying (Sunday Morning)03:00

Sunday
Race (2 hours/71 Laps) (Monday Morning)03:00

Preview
Race of Massive proportions this one, Alonso could wrap up his 3rd title in the sport or webber,hamilton,vettel could force it to a Abu Dhabi finale. Personally without being biased I think the later will happen. As Good as Alonso has been at Brazil in the past I think putting another 15 points on the opposition is a little one-sided I would think. personally Webber to win followed by Button (hopefully) then Vettel Razz

Fernando Alonso


Points: 231
Race By Race



RacePos.
Bahrain1
Australia4
Malaysia13
China4
Spain 2
Monaco6
Turkey8
Canada3
Europe8
England14
Germany 1
Hungary2
BelgiumDNF
Italy 1
Singapore1
Japan3
Korea 1

2010 Analysis
After a good start to the season in the fly away races with 1 win (bahrain) he would not see the Chequered Flag first until Later in the European season in Germany a dramatic form surge has seen him win 3 out of the last four having him lead the championship for the first time in 7 months. This is really alonso's to lose, but hey stranger things have happened


Mark Webber

Points: 220

RacePos.
Bahrain8
Australia9
Malaysia2
China8
Spain 1
Monaco1
Turkey3
Canada5
EuropeDNF
England1
Germany 6
Hungary1
Belgium2
Italy 6
Singapore3
Japan2
Korea DNF

2010 Analysis
After a rather slow start to the season mark really got flying at the start of the european season, even getting involved in a bitchfight with vettel in turkey/silverstone the downside for mark is he has not won a race since the summer break (hungary) he has come close but he will certainly need to win to take the Championship!


Lewis Hamilton

Points: 210

RacePos.
Bahrain3
Australia6
Malaysia6
China2
Spain 14
Monaco5
Turkey1
Canada1
Europe2
England2
Germany 4
HungaryDNF
Belgium1
Italy DNF
SingaporeDNF
Japan5
Korea 2

After an up and down season Lewis finds himself in a position he has never been in before the recent years when involved he has been the hunted. now Lewis plays the role of the hunter which suits him well in a way. 3 DNF's in the last six races has really damaged his title aspirations.

Sebastian Vettel

Points: 206


RacePos.
Bahrain4
AustraliaDNF
Malaysia1
China6
Spain 3
Monaco2
TurkeyDNF
Canada4
Europe1
England7
Germany 3
Hungary3
Belgium15
Italy 4
Singapore2
Japan1
Korea DNF

Ah Sebastian Vettel, another year of amazing hope for him yet he seems to make little mistakes at the most crucial times which has cost him dearly in 2010, after this season he will most likely think about what could've been after the dramas of Melbourne,China,Turkey,Silverstone,Belgium & Most recently Korea. I am not questioning vettel one bit but I think the title is just outside of seb's reach in 2010!

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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:01 am

Ablett, I must say although not a motor"sport" fan, that was a fantastic write-up mate. Good Work.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:07 am

Great write up Cats (or as Teal would say, Pussies) 11.

Definitely rooting/fucking for Webber to go all the way.

I think Alonso may well sew it up after the next race though.

Couldn't help but smirk when Vettell's engine went on him in the last race, he would have been laughing his head off when his own teamate (Webber) crashed out not long earlier. Serves the filthy prick right.

I would prefer Alonso to win it over Vettel and Hamilton though.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:08 am

Nice copy + paste mate Laughing

Hammy FTW, can't stand the other three.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:09 am

Where's it copied from?
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:12 am

SBW wrote:
Where's it copied from?
I dunno, it just looks like it might be.

If it isn't I feel like a dick and I'm sorry Abby Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:13 am

As long as Lewis or Webber wins ill be happy. The little brat will crash out again in Brazil setting up 3 way stoush in Abu Dhabi.

Loved this season though. The new points system has made it brilliant.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:18 am

Obviously hoping Webber can win the championship and I do think he'll win in Brazil, but the consistency of Alonso in the problem. He's the clear No. 1 driver at Ferrari, at Red Bull they still obviously want Vettel to win the championship. I do think it will come down to the final race in Abu Dhabi, with Fernando Alonso winning his third drivers world championship, with Webber just behind.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:29 am

Lol Philly it isn't copied
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:35 am

Cats11 wrote:
Lol Philly it isn't copied
My bad Laughing


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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 10:49 am

Vettel's a douche.

I'm patriotic so sticking with Webster.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:36 am

Obviously patriotism will be my factor so really really hoping Webber wins it. If Alonso wins I won't be that upset but if Vettel or Hamster manages to win, I will be fuming Twisted Evil

Can't wait for next weekend's race at Interlagos, anything can happen and one event can affect the whole championship.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:50 am

We might's well be honest -

For anyone who wants Webber to win, would you care about the situation if he wasn't part of it?
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 11:53 am

Cynic wrote:
We might's well be honest -

For anyone who wants Webber to win, would you care about the situation if he wasn't part of it?

I want Webber to win because he's Australian and has had such a fantastic year, but if he doesn't, I won't kick up a fuss. I'll also be just as happy if Fernando Alonso wins the championship as I think he's the best overall driver.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:42 pm

Obviously Webber... What happens if theres a tie for the world championship? count back on most race wins?
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:46 pm

Svoerman wrote:
Obviously Webber... What happens if theres a tie for the world championship? count back on most race wins?

Yep. Then 2nd, then 3rds and so on.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Fri Oct 29, 2010 1:36 am

hoping webber can take out the championship but if he cant do it im hoping alonso gets it.

Webber i think all australians have been supporting all year and i really hope he gets the win and can shove it in vettel's face!

vettel to crash out in the last two races
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 4:46 am

Changed O.P will write up preview tonight Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 6:04 am

It's Brazilian.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 6:47 am

philly wrote:
It's Brazilian.

Fixed
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:54 pm

Cats11 wrote:
Brazilian G.P

The Circuit
Details
Length: 4.30 km
Race Distance: 305.90 km
Corners: 15



2009 Result
Pole Time: 1:19.576 Rubens Barrichello (Brawn GP) (Wet)
Race Winner: Mark Webber (Red Bull)
Race Time: 1:32:23.08

WDC Standings
1 - Fernando Alonso - 231 points
2 - Mark Webber - 220 points
3 - Lewis Hamilton - 210 points
4 - Sebastian Vettel - 206 points
5 - Jenson Button - 189 points
6 - Felipe Massa - 143 points
7 - Robert Kubica - 124 points
8 - Nico Rosberg - 122 points
9 - Michael Schumacher - 66 points
10 - Rubens Barrichello - 47 points
=10 - Adrian Sutil - 47 points

Constructors Championship Standings
1 - Red Bull - 426 points
2 - Mclaren-Mercedes - 399 points
3 - Ferarri - 374 points
4 - Mercedes GP - 188 points
5 - Reanult - 143 points
6 - Force India - 68 points
7 - Williams - 65 points
8 - BMW-Sauber - 43 points
9 - Torro Rosso - 11 points
10 - Lotus - 0 points
11 - Virgin - 0 points
12 - HRT - 0 points


Session Times
Friday (times AEDST)
Free Practice 1(Friday Night/Saturday Morning) 23:00pm-12:30am
Free Practice 2 (Saturday Morning)03:00-04:30am

Saturday
Free Practice 3 (Sunday Morning) 00:00-1:00am
Qualifying (Sunday Morning)03:00

Sunday
Race (2 hours/71 Laps) (Monday Morning)03:00

Preview
Race of Massive proportions this one, Alonso could wrap up his 3rd title in the sport or webber,hamilton,vettel could force it to a Abu Dhabi finale. Personally without being biased I think the later will happen. As Good as Alonso has been at Brazil in the past I think putting another 15 points on the opposition is a little one-sided I would think. personally Webber to win followed by Button (hopefully) then Vettel Razz

Fernando Alonso


Points: 231
Race By Race



RacePos.
Bahrain1
Australia4
Malaysia13
China4
Spain 2
Monaco6
Turkey8
Canada3
Europe8
England14
Germany 1
Hungary2
BelgiumDNF
Italy 1
Singapore1
Japan3
Korea 1

2010 Analysis
After a good start to the season in the fly away races with 1 win (bahrain) he would not see the Chequered Flag first until Later in the European season in Germany a dramatic form surge has seen him win 3 out of the last four having him lead the championship for the first time in 7 months. This is really alonso's to lose, but hey stranger things have happened


Mark Webber

Points: 220

RacePos.
Bahrain8
Australia9
Malaysia2
China8
Spain 1
Monaco1
Turkey3
Canada5
EuropeDNF
England1
Germany 6
Hungary1
Belgium2
Italy 6
Singapore3
Japan2
Korea DNF

2010 Analysis
After a rather slow start to the season mark really got flying at the start of the european season, even getting involved in a bitchfight with vettel in turkey/silverstone the downside for mark is he has not won a race since the summer break (hungary) he has come close but he will certainly need to win to take the Championship!


Lewis Hamilton

Points: 210

RacePos.
Bahrain3
Australia6
Malaysia6
China2
Spain 14
Monaco5
Turkey1
Canada1
Europe2
England2
Germany 4
HungaryDNF
Belgium1
Italy DNF
SingaporeDNF
Japan5
Korea 2

After an up and down season Lewis finds himself in a position he has never been in before the recent years when involved he has been the hunted. now Lewis plays the role of the hunter which suits him well in a way. 3 DNF's in the last six races has really damaged his title aspirations.

Sebastian Vettel

Points: 206


RacePos.
Bahrain4
AustraliaDNF
Malaysia1
China6
Spain 3
Monaco2
TurkeyDNF
Canada4
Europe1
England7
Germany 3
Hungary3
Belgium15
Italy 4
Singapore2
Japan1
Korea DNF


Ah Sebastian Vettel, another year of amazing hope for him yet he seems to make little mistakes at the most crucial times which has cost him dearly in 2010, after this season he will most likely think about what could've been after the dramas of Melbourne,China,Turkey,Silverstone,Belgium & Most recently Korea. I am not questioning vettel one bit but I think the title is just outside of seb's reach in 2010!

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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:58 pm

i think i am going to miss the last race of the season Sad F*** you work!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:00 pm

DB wrote:
i think i am going to miss the last race of the season Sad F*** you work!!!!

Abu Dhabi is the last race Smile.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:01 pm

Cats11 wrote:
DB wrote:
i think i am going to miss the last race of the season Sad F*** you work!!!!

Abu Dhabi is the last race Smile.

yeah i will see the race in Brazil but not in abu dhabi Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian G.P   Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:02 pm

DB wrote:
Cats11 wrote:
DB wrote:
i think i am going to miss the last race of the season Sad F*** you work!!!!

Abu Dhabi is the last race Smile.

yeah i will see the race in Brazil but not in abu dhabi Sad

So your working at midnight Neutral
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