2005 European Grand Prix

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Looks like Alonso is behind Barrichello...

Does Barrichello have to stop again?

Yup he does - just pulled into the pit lane on lap 49
 
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Fisichella pits on lap 51

Alonso is 8 seconds behind - he needs to catch in the next 5 laps with any real chance to taske him.

Liuzzi has a bid whoops...
Massa has an even bigger whoops..
 
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Kimi's front right wheel is causing so much vibration. Thats so nasty.

Rears looks fine though - just that lockup which has caused it.
 
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M.Schumacher has gone off the track and through the kittylitter as well.

Massa is going very slowly..Couldn't even keep it on the track round a corner slowly.
 
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Alonso's got some blistering on his front right tyre by the looks of it....

Tyre Wars!

A long time ago - From rubber from far far away...
 
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I keep on forgetting that I'm about 10 seconds behind everyone else with the TV feed.. ;)

However having the Aussie TV feed available to me is usefull. ;)
 
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Quick results list now..

Alonso
Heidfeld
Barrichello
Coulthard
M.Schumacher
Fisichella
Montoya
Trulli
Liuzzi
Button
Raikkonen
Sato
Villeneuve
Massa
Monteiro
Karthikeyan
Albers
Friesacher
R.Schumacher
Webber
 
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goreblast said:
That was a good result for REd Bull and him I admit! James Allen, Kimis tyre didnt explode: get your facts right!

And Kimi shouldnt have come it: they did the right thing just hoping and unfortunately for them (but class for us) it didnt work out!


Kind of agree - Red Bull proved they have the ability to run with the top guys again.

James Allen is a 4 lettered male chicken.. ;)

McLaren were right to keep him out - that tyre was not dangerous by the standards of the FIA - Plus they raced for the win - not for the podium.
 
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Oh no - that would mean they would need to take equal standing to other teams..

Since when have Ferrari been equal with their - Change that rule and we will leave F1 - threat every couple of years..cue the FIA caving in..
 
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Think this is right...

Current Championship Standings - Subject to conformation.

2005 Drivers Championship.
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[b]Pos	Driver			Nationality	Team			Points[/b]
1 	Fernando Alonso 	Spanish 	Renault 		59
=3	Kimi Räikkönen		Finnish		McLaren-Mercedes	27
=3	Jarno Trulli		Italian		Toyota			27
4	Nick Heidfeld		German		Williams-BMW		25
5	Mark Webber		Australian	Williams-BMW		18
=7	Ralf Schumacher		German		Toyota			17
=7	Giancarlo Fisichella 	Italian		Renault 		17 
=9	Juan Pablo Montoya	Colombian	McLaren-Mercedes	16
=9	Michael Schumacher	German		Ferrari			16
=11	David Coulthard 	British 	Red Bull Racing 	15
=11 	Rubens Barrichello 	Brazilian 	Ferrari 		15
12	Alex Wurz		Austrian	McLaren-Mercedes	6
13	Jacques Villeneuve	Canadian	Sauber-Petronas		5
14	Pedro De la Rosa	Spanish		McLaren-Mercedes	4
15	Christian Klien		Austrian	Red Bull Racing		3
16	Felipe Massa		Brazilian	Sauber-Petronas		2
17	Vitatonio Liuzzi	Italian		Red Bull Racing		1

2005 Constructors Championship.
Code:
[b]Pos	Constructor 		Points[/b]
1	Renault			76
2	McLaren-Mercedes	53
3	Toyota			44
4	Williams-BMW		43
5	Ferrari			31
6	Red Bull Racing		19
7	Sauber-Petronas		7
 
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