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Old 15 Sep 2002, 13:25 (Ref:380553)   #1
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rdjones should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridrdjones should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridrdjones should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridrdjones should be qualifying in the top 3 on the grid
What another great F1 race that was ! ! ! !

Well that was a great Grand Prix again it was over by lap 2..............
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 13:35 (Ref:380557)   #2
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It was simply breathtaking........ I am now bored with Ferrari winning all the time. I started to get excited though when TGF slowed down. I was hoping he would go out.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 13:37 (Ref:380558)   #3
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Hey it was a great job by the Ferrari engineers! Formula 1 is about building the best car you can and watching it run, it has nothing to do with racing or entertainment.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 13:38 (Ref:380560)   #4
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Unlucky for McNish, he could have got a few points had his car not failed again
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 13:39 (Ref:380561)   #5
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I need to vent!! I apopogise from now.

What the hell was BAR and JV thinking or doing. How does one start in 9th and screw it up so royally? God! Sometimes it is hard work, hard work, being a Honda fan.

Ok, now that I got that off my chest... Nuff props to EI. The Jag was outstanding. He got his points on pace, not just luck it is good for F1 to have all these different factors. Renault also showed asounding launch control and they had good pace. In fact I was also impressed by the Toyotas. Really the only sad state IMO, was JV. BAR was not really that bad it was JV. Fisi even passed him... oh I am going back to that again. Sato sucked too! If he drives like this again I dont want to see him in F1 next year. Then again he will more than likely be in a Jordan Ford so that may be good.

I feel ill!!
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 13:39 (Ref:380562)   #6
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A brilliant drive by Eddie.......drive of the day, but that could have gone to Jarno if he'd not stalled (or whatever problem he had) on the grid and finished on the podium himself.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:11 (Ref:380603)   #7
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it was as good a race as i have seen all season which would have been a lot better if the tv coverage had managed to see anything happen, e.g. trulli from last to 9th in the first few laps, i didnt see any of it. it was a shame that the williams failed so ferrari had absolutely no challenge, again coulthard was poor, sato was shameful (he must have had a car problem), mcnish was unlucky again. it was good to see eddie on the podium though.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:15 (Ref:380609)   #8
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Was there ever a time when teammates raced each other in F1? It would seem to me that the Ferraris would have done some racing if they wanted to...
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:30 (Ref:380619)   #9
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The last time the Ferraris really raced each other was when Berger and Alesi were in cars 28 and 27 respectively.

As for the race..had Ralf's car held up...it would`ve been more interesting ...he looked to have the legs on Pablo and would`ve given the Ferrari a hard run.

Great drive by Eddie. Hope this shuts up those who have been bad mouthing him off late..the guy can still go..all he needs is the equipment.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:34 (Ref:380624)   #10
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For 2002-standards, this one was absolutly breathtaking

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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:43 (Ref:380633)   #11
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Was there ever a time when teammates raced each other in F1?
Not lately! I did think that it was a shame that TGF dropped back so much after Rubens exited in front after his second stop, i realise that they aren't allowed to race one another, but imo, it does make a mockery of Rubens victory when, by dropping back so much, basically Michael is saying, "here you go Rubens, another one i've let you win!"
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:44 (Ref:380636)   #12
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I agree Mr V great drive from eddie but apart from that it was another boring race its the same old story montoya said shotly after he retired that his tyres where going off fast so once again michelin are nowhere near the ferrari/brigdestone.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:48 (Ref:380640)   #13
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Rubens has got the measure of Michael for sure.......its good to see.

TGF may try to make these things look like that , but Rubens sernt racing either .
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:50 (Ref:380644)   #14
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Mr V, that is one little nagging thing I have at the moment. Apart from celebrating the dominance of Ferrari, and cementing Rubino's second place in the WDC, I can't help feeling Michael is always just doing things in a way that says 'look, this is the team I'm driving for, and the team wants a 1-2 in the WDC, but ain't it funny how I'm always just behind?'...

Micheal can't help reminding people that he is Number One. Despite what the commentary team said, I'm sure Michael backed off as Rubens came out of the pits to ensure he just filtered in behind.
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Old 15 Sep 2002, 14:59 (Ref:380655)   #15
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it does make a mockery of Rubens victory when, by dropping back so much, basically Michael is saying, "here you go Rubens, another one i've let you win!"
It was everything you want but NOT a mockery of Rubens win! If you want, that was a further humiliation of the so called "opposition". (ok, I'll retract.... the word opposition Yo, guys, I'm just joking!) Actually we can even take the Austria-gate as a biggest compliment ever made to Williams and McLaren. They really crushed them, trashed them, fllored them and picked the ashes from the track. The way they took the flag, wheel-to-wheel (and provoking a stoke to the flag-man ), the slow down lap with the wheels interwoven, the 5 seconds per lap slower, simply wanted to show everyone who's in charge in Formula 1. I believe that Ron nearly died when the Ferrari's allowed David to unlap himself.......
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