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F1: 2006

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Oh yes, Ralf Schumacher comes very, very, very close.

congratulations, button!

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Hooray!

The most overrated driver in F1 history has finally won his first GP. Well done. Congratulaions.

:P:D:P:D

In German we say: Blindes Huhn findet auch mal ein Korn. Even a blind hen sometimes finds a grain of corn.

Harsh. If we're going to talk overrated, what has Jacques Villeneuve done recently? Ralf Schumacher has always underachieved wherever he's been. And, this may be a touch controversial but never mind, his brother isn't in the same class as the likes of Senna, Prost, Stewart, Clark and Fangio.

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Dramatic start in Istanbul, with several spinners including Fisichella's Renault.

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Alonso and Schumacher battling in the closing stages behind race leader Massa.

Alonso just holds to to second place behind race winner Massa after a tremendous scrap in the closing stages. Alonso leads the championship by 12 points with four races to go.

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Alonso and Schumacher battling in the closing stages behind race leader Massa.

Alonso just holds to to second place behind race winner Massa after a tremendous scrap in the closing stages. Alonso leads the championship by 12 points with four races to go.

Very bad for Shumy :(

Up Up Up with FERRARI !

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It could have been a lot worse than that. Be thankful he didn't go off late on when several cars were struggling around Turn Eight.

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It could have been a lot worse than that. Be thankful he didn't go off late on when several cars were struggling around Turn Eight.

Yeaaahh, GO ALONSO!!!

See what did the idiot Ferraris to Fisichella :angry:

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The race calendar has just been unveiled for 2007, with no San Marino or European races.

San Marino loses Grand Prix race

Also, I saw that the Japanese GP will change its venue this time around.

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Hopefully the German is stage at Nurmberg since its the better track.

I miss the Austrian Grand Prix, it was fun to watch (other then the Ferrai BS in 2002)

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And I can't see why they have. How can Alonso be blocking Massa is nowhere near him? It's a pathetic decision.

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I know this will be a controversial view, but I say good riddance.

it depends.. you should explain why this would be a riddance.

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Nobody disputes the statistics of Schumacher's career record. What taints Schumacher badly, in my eyes, is his behaviour. Too often, he has resorted to foul means to win when he had enough ability to win by fair means only. The list of these incidents is endless.

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The San Marino Grand Prix looks like it's got a reprieve.

San Marino race gets F1 lifeline

Why can't they just alternate the Italian Grand Prix like Silverstone and Brands Hatch had to do with the British Grand Prix for years? Or have a European race rotated around several such tracks.

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The battle for the F-1 world championship just got really heated now. In fact, after the Chinese Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher is now the new leader of the standings, with 2 races to go:

Link: BBC: Schumacher On Top After China Win

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