Rate the race: 2008 Italian Grand Prix

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Rate the 2008 Italian Grand Prix out of ten

  • 1 - Terrible (1%)
  • 2 - Rubbish (1%)
  • 3 - Boring (1%)
  • 4 - Often tedious (0%)
  • 5 - A bit dull (1%)
  • 6 - Not bad (5%)
  • 7 - Good (16%)
  • 8 - Great (32%)
  • 9 - Fantastic (30%)
  • 10 - Perfect (13%)

Total Voters: 725

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6 comments on “Rate the race: 2008 Italian Grand Prix”

  1. 10- Perfect, even with the safety car start. Best race of the season for me.

  2. A great race with action from start to finish.

    As close to a 10 as you’ll ever get.

  3. 9/10 for that one, drama throughout the entire field for the whole of the race, which is just what an F1 race should have.

    Seb V was absolutely stunning and didn’t put a foot wrong all race. I just feel so sorry for Seb B. Having seen his inverview after the Spa race just before the start of this race, I felt so sorry for the guy, and he’s trying his hardest.

    He was setting some great times and you have to wonder if it could have been 2 Toro Rossos on the podium if his car hadn’t have stalled. I hope the team keep him on for ‘09.

    Kubica did a great job coming through the field, even beating Massa, who didn’t seem to make the most of the whole situation. Kimi once again a no-show in the slippery conditions, much like the end of last sunday.

    The podium was great too, F1’s 3 newest race winners, all with their first (and only) wins this year. A nod to the future I feel.

  4. Great race, well done Vettel – though he did have the wet race advantage of being on pole. If it had been dry I would have expected a far different outcome.
    Hamilton though – wow! I think his slicing through the other drivers just shows the farce which was the decision after Spa up for all that it is.

  5. All the commentary talk on ITV of going over the white lines on chicanes was very amusing.

  6. The 3 people who voted 2/10 rubbish must be insane.

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