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  • #260901
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    hunocsi
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    @geemac as far as I know vdG wasn’t rejected by the team, he could have stayed but wanted to leave for Sauber

    Back to the game: Current point-system.

    Hülkenberg or Grosjean?

    #260920
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    Kingshark
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    Hulkenberg, by a hair.

    F1 in 2003 or F1 in 2013?

    #260972
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    Roald
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    Since the championshop was a whole lot closer and the cars were faster, 2003 easily wins this.

    Gilles Villeneuve or Ronnie Peterson?

    #261002
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    May be controversial, but it is Peterson for me.

    Pacific Grand Prix or Simtek?

    #261024
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    OmarR-Pepper
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    wait a second, one is a gp, the other a team… I’ll say Pacific for no real reason, just to keep the post rolling.
    Which one scared you most: Ralf’s crash at Indy or Kubica’s in Canada?

    #261067
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    Little_M_Lo
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    Kubica at Canada
    Indy 500 or Monaco GP? And Why?

    #261086
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    RetardedF1sh
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    @omarr-pepper Pacific Grand Prix was also a team that raced in F1 in 1994 abnd 1995

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Racing

    #261092
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    Monaco GP

    Spa or Suzuka?

    #261094
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    @kingshark and why Monaco? (that was part of the original question)

    Then I just skip your main question about Spa or Suzuka

    #261102
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    @OmarR-Pepper
    Mainly because I’m not a big fan of Indycar but a huge fan of F1. Although Indy has grown on me recently, the most prestigious F1 race is still the best race on the calendar for me IMO.

    I’ll ask again, Spa or Suzuka?

    #261144
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    Wow, tough question. I guess Spa. I love Kimi’s wins there, and his battle with Lewis in 2008 was epic! Webber pass on Alonso at Eau Rouge was awesome! Grosjean doing a Maldonado was thrilling (in the bad way, I feared for Alonso’s life), that race is always spicy! (except for last year maybe :C )

    Spa

    What’s better: Rainy race or dry race (both IN SILVERSTONE)

    #261188
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    Tough one. Silverstone 2003 was the best race ever held around Silverstone and it was dry, but generally speaking wet races deliver more excitement. I guess rainy race wins.

    Hockenheim 2000 or Silverstone 2003? (for Barrichello’s best career win)

    #261189
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    Hockenheim 2000 because it was his first one. Very emotional moment.

    Robert Kubica or Nico Rosberg in 2010?

    #261201
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    Kubica, because the Mercedes was far better than the Renault and the difference between the two wasn’t that big

    Chinese GP 2007 or Canadian GP 2008

    @kingshark Did you pick those races because Barrichello won both or did you pick them two because there was an invader in both of them?

    By the way, this is the same guy that invaded the 2003 British GP

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVIMSHimZZA

    #261218
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    @retardedf1sh

    Kubica, because the Mercedes was far better than the Renault and the difference between the two wasn’t that big

    I actually strongly disagree about your claim that Mercedes was “much” faster than Renault. The cars were very evenly matched, both scored 3 podiums, and Rosberg beat Kubica by 6 points.

    I preferred China 2007.

    Hakkinen vs Schumacher in 2000 or Alonso vs Schumacher in 2006?

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