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Old 21 May 2008, 08:54 (Ref:2208056)   #1
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Most exciting A1GP moments

Since it's a slow news week, we need something to talk about. What are your three most exciting moments from the first three seasons of A1GP (if you've only started watching recently never mind, just your top three moments from this season will also do).

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1. Jos Verstappen for NED taking himself out when fighting FRA for the lead on the last lap of the Durban Sprint race, season 1.
2. Fantastic wheel to wheel dice between FRA and GBR, and FRA and SUI, to win on the last lap - Sepang Sprint race, season 1.
3. Johnny Reid for NZL overtaking Nico Hulkenburg of GER on the way to NZL's first A1GP win, Sentul, season 2.

Also tempted to name Ho Pin-tung for CHN overtaking Jeroen Bleekemolen on the outside of turn 1 at Eastern Creek to score CHN's first podium, season 2. But I did say three most exciting moments.
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Old 21 May 2008, 19:31 (Ref:2208511)   #2
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1. Robbie Kerr vs. Nico Hulkenberg for the entire Brands Hatch feature race, season 2.
2. Robert Wickens' stunning overtakes in the wet at Eastern Creek, season 3.
3. Jos Verstappen winning the Durban feature race on the final lap, season 1.
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Can't think of 3 right now as lots of it has been pretty good.

My top one has to be Oli Jarvis vs Jon Summerton at Mexico City race 2. Quality entertainment.
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Old 24 May 2008, 09:52 (Ref:2210234)   #4
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^ Presume you mean season 3?

Although, in season 2, Summerton was pretty close to taking the lead from Jarvis, if I remember correctly, but he couldn't quite catch and pass Olly.
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Although, in season 2, Summerton was pretty close to taking the lead from Jarvis, if I remember correctly, but he couldn't quite catch and pass Olly.
Yup that's the one I'm thinking of. Loved that race
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Old 26 May 2008, 18:50 (Ref:2212389)   #6
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1: Zandvoort 2006: the whole situation before, Spyker F1 being hasted into existance and all, Verstappen not racing... and it didn't all matter. Fans did turn up in huge masses, gave Jeroen their support and a miracle was born. From that moment on I knew: A1GP is not going to die. And to watch it all happen in person, off course

2: It's been named, but Summerton vs Jarvis at Mexico City in 2006 is the stuff of legends.

3: Any sensible driver would off course bag 9 points home and not risk a lot for 1 more point, but hey, Jos Verstappen's action vs Premat at Durban 2006 is one for the books too.. from a Dutch point of view: too bad it failed.
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Old 28 May 2008, 15:57 (Ref:2213969)   #7
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Summerton vs Jarvis at Mexico City in 2006
Do you mean 2008 Richard?
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Old 28 May 2008, 20:49 (Ref:2214150)   #8
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Actually 2007 kerrmanningjarv. But that season started in 2006
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Ah, OK... I thought their battle in 2008 was better
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