2010 Formula One German Grand Prix

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by James Johnson, Jul 20, 2010.

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  1. Abdul Al-Amry

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    Watch out for Force India guys.
     
  2. Omer Said

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    Schumacher will win this.....lol.


    I hope the rain predictions will come true. Even in dry this season is exciting and i want to see in wet :droll:
     
  3. Georgios Davakos

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    Omer Schumi did not win the Chinese GP so why would Hockenhiem make a change. (No offence but Schumi have not showen the quility's that he use to have).
     
  4. Ross Balfour

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    Oh dear the wet. That means Red Bull will finish around 12th.
     
  5. Omer Said

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    This is different, i can feel this time he will do it :D
     
  6. Bram Hengeveld

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    If that means that hte bloody heat is finally going away, please let it rain!!!! :)
     
  7. Omer Said

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    I don't think so Bram, it rains here and it's still extremely HOT! And rain adds more humidity, means more sweatinggg..... :S

    Like a Tropical Climate :O
     
  8. Georgios Davakos

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    In here it could be 25C out side but indoors it's 28C even if it's sunny. How ever Rain is Hamiltons Speciality (rimember Fuji and Silverstone and monaco?). Plus He have proven to be strong on German TRacks the previous years, how ever I think we should look out for the Japanese driver Kobayashi because he have proven to be strong but needs a quicker car.
     
  9. James Johnson

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  10. Bjorn de Haas

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    ill be there at the hairpin:D im going tomorow night:D
     
  11. Bjorn de Haas

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    no rain plzzzz:( well in on my way to the station, coach to germany leaves in a few hours:D
     
  12. Bram Hengeveld

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    Have fun there Bjorn!!
     
  13. Bram Hengeveld

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    Wow Ferrari comeback kids!!! 0,002 :thumb:

    Awesome qualification session!
     
  14. Luke Morgan

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    Where did Vettel's lap come from? I really thought the Ferrari's would both be on the front row.
     
  15. Xosé Estrada

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    He was doing fantastic 3rd sectors all the time, I think he had something in is pocket and showed it in the final lap.
     
  16. Bram Hengeveld

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    F-ducting all the way :)
     
  17. James Johnson

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    Mclarens have a massive speed advantage at the speed trap.

    BUTTON 317.5 km/h
    HAMILTON 316.7 km/h
    VETTEL 311.9 km/h
    ALONSO 308.5 km/h
    WEBBER 308.5 km/h
    MASSA 308.3 km/h
     
  18. Bram Hengeveld

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    Thats quite a gap!
     
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