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What would your permanent number be from 2-99?

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by Mohamedou Ari, Jan 14, 2014.

  1. Mohamedou Ari

    Mohamedou Ari
    F1 Sim Racer & #1 St. Bernard Lover on RD Premium

    Let's say none of the drivers existed and F1 was a sport where anyone could compete. What would your permanent number be?

    First choice: #5 (Already taken by Seb Vettel)
    Second choice: #55

    The number 5 has always been relevant in my life.
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  2. the_sigman

    Sim racer, F1 news editor... Racing is in my blood Premium

    #87, no second choice needed :p

    I was always betwwen 8 and 7 for my favourite number, for several reasons, so I decided to do a combination, and it would be either #78 or #87, and I like the scond most :D
  3. 33 - chosen in 2001 since I have a motorcycle driving license
    2nd choice: 66 (2x33) used by Zanardi too or maybe 24
    In disparate case: 24, 99, 3, 7, 8, 11
    But in the case of being a Ferrari driver: 11 or 12, 27 or 28 or 56 (it reminds me the 156 of 1961:cool:)
    Don't let my explain, I'll can take 2 pages.... :D
  4. 13, don't know why but I kind of like the number.
  5. Ole Marius Myrvold

    Ole Marius Myrvold
    JWB 96-13 Staff

    77 or 86
  6. 11 would be my number
  7. 8. Always liked that number.
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  8. Kacper Kolodziejczyk

    Kacper Kolodziejczyk
    Keep calm and race on! Premium

    I'd probably put 3 numbers down as follows:
    #13 - I love the number, first race I ever won in sim racing was under that number, same story with my first pole position (It came a few weeks later than the first win, though I'm even more proud of this as it was on Nordschleife). I also love to be opposite and show that there is no such thing as unlucky numbers, at least to me!
    #95 - Simple, year of my birth, not much meaning to it other than that, but I like the number nonetheless
    #49 - No idea why with this one, just again, no meaning to me really, I kind of like it too though...
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  9. Manuel De Samaniego

    Manuel De Samaniego
    3X Race Department Rally Champion

    11, I was born on 11 January, same as Adrian Sutil :)

    Anyone can compete in F1 if they meet the requirements
  10. Benutzername

    The Will to Death is what keeps me alive Premium

    13, on that day i was born, i was always lucky on 13th days in a month. I also like the number and dont give a :poop: about the things you say about it
    Or the 20, 3, 7, or 96.
    The 20 was the number were i took my first pole position and win in karting... And my last so far (ok, i got one poleposition but with No. 1 which isnt avaible). The 3 appeared quite often in the last time in my life... The 7 is nreally nice, also im a big Schuey fan, he has 7 titles. 7 stars on the helmet. Or 96, the number of my football club. :p


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  11. 69 - dont ask why just always liked that number:cool:
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  12. 70
  13. Chris Jenkins

    Chris Jenkins
    Driving til the wheels fall off

    33 - and I get first pick as I've been here longer than CHECO#33 ;)

    It's been my ice hockey number since 1996
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  14. My number selection would be:
    first choice: #17
    second choice: #3
    third choice: #7
    fourth choice: #5
    fifth choice: #77
    sixth choice: #11
  15. #5, #11, #7
  16. #78 yeah, my birth year
  17. 4 8 15 16 23 42 108

    4 8 15 16 23 42 108
    Only the 5th-most famous race driver from Kerpen Premium

    #13, I like it as they didn't let it be given for so many years and I love the idea of showing how ridiculous "unlucky number thinking" is.
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  18. If u consider the 131 Abarth with13 and its transposed 31 it seems not so unlucky! :)
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  19. 9