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View Poll Results: Who will replace JPM? (PS your vote will have no influence on FW's decision!)
Webber 34 40.48%
Fisico 3 3.57%
Button 23 27.38%
Rubens 0 0%
Nelsinho 5 5.95%
Nico 1 1.19%
Pizzonia 4 4.76%
Gene 6 7.14%
Alonso 2 2.38%
Others-state 6 7.14%
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Old 13 Feb 2004, 20:38 (Ref:873555)   #31
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Like most I agree that Button will replace JPM. I think Webber will arrive if Ralf can't come to an agreement.

Webber may go to Renault (they are looking good this year...so far) but that will depend on Trulli's performance there.

It would be great to see Button and Webber at Williams.
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Old 13 Feb 2004, 21:03 (Ref:873579)   #32
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If Trulli doesn't do enough to be kept on at Renault, he's most likely to be replaced by Frank Montagny.
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Old 13 Feb 2004, 22:18 (Ref:873628)   #33
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Maybe, but i still think Webber has an inside line with Flavio and Renault-something about an option for 2005/2007.
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Old 14 Feb 2004, 11:45 (Ref:874058)   #34
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jaques villeneuve get's my vote
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Old 14 Feb 2004, 11:50 (Ref:874064)   #35
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Fisichella-Button would be a cool line-up.
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Old 14 Feb 2004, 13:17 (Ref:874111)   #36
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I think a good cheap alternative (Something I'm sure Frank likes) would be Sebastien Bourdais. He was impressive in ChampCars last year, the boy has potential.
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I think a good cheap alternative (Something I'm sure Frank likes) would be Sebastien Bourdais.
Agree. I hope Bourdais has a chance in F1.
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Old 18 Feb 2004, 11:12 (Ref:878160)   #38
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Wouldn't it be really great if F1 had more than 4 really good teams?
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Old 18 Feb 2004, 11:40 (Ref:878183)   #39
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Certainly would. It'd be great if someone other than the big three could win the title too. Things are looking promising with BAR, though not to the level of them actually challenging for the title yet, and Renault do look strong.

I'd still like there to be more opportunity for new teams to come in.

I think that Button and Webber are the most likely replacements for JPM.
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Old 18 Feb 2004, 12:04 (Ref:878200)   #40
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Jos Verstappen clearly deserves the seat!
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Old 18 Feb 2004, 12:17 (Ref:878205)   #41
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Why would people say Frank Montangy is favoured over Mark Webber ?
Surely a driver with f1 experience would be given the seat over a hot shot... maybe Flavio could broker a deal that saw Webber go to Williams free of charge if Jaguar got an extended contract with Frank Montangny..
Or even a clean swap.. Frank for Mark in the event of Trulli getting the kick out.

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Old 18 Feb 2004, 12:25 (Ref:878216)   #42
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I think that Villenueve will be doing something in '05, in an interview with, um, was it Forsythe when asked about Villenueve @ PK he said "blah blah blah don't know about next year, 05 they have a plan for F1"

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Old 18 Feb 2004, 12:27 (Ref:878220)   #43
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Jos Verstappen clearly deserves the seat!
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I'm going for some outsiders!

Considering Williams excellent relationship with Ganassi in the past, there are one or 2 others to consider.

I previously thought that Scott Dixon could only get to F1 with Toyota, but why not Williams?! He's be cheap and more than likely on the pace before too long!

Bourdais? Prob not in the limelight enough though.

Jeff Gordon would be a brilliant marketing coup though and there is little doubting his talent is there?! Come on Bernie make it happen!!
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Old 18 Feb 2004, 14:12 (Ref:878328)   #45
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Wbber will go to Renault - both managed by Flav; that way he negotiates a pay deal with himslef and pockets a healthy percentage while still being able to sell him on if he wants to.
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