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Except for Schumacher, nobody's won three straight titles since Fangio. Can Alonso really do it?

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Kimi Raikkonen of Finland takes the first F1 race of the year in Australia.

1. Kimi Raikkonen

2. Fernando Alonso

3. Lewis Hamilton

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Link: BBC: Hamilton Outshines Raikkonen Win

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My favourite team is McLaren, but I don't like Alonso, its all screwed up, my favourite driver is with my least favourite team and my favourite team has my least favourite driver.

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Heikkie (Spelling?) didn't do so well, i don't think anyone has crashed so many times without going out!

Renault didn't go so well this year, after their dominance the past 2 years. I think it may have something to do with their new strip <_< .

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Guys, has the F1 ever had a night race before? I don't recall such a venture in the past. Also, there is rumors that Ecclestone is interesting in having Grand Prix races in nations like Mexico, India, Russia and South Korea. However, it seems that the French Grand Prix is in trouble and could be in its "last laps", due to track access, attendance and accommodation deficiencies.

Link: BBC: F1 Boss Wants To Hold Night Race

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Well, if a night race is going to replace any of the exsisting circuits, the most boring track of the season seems like a good choice.

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Well, if a night race is going to replace any of the exsisting circuits, the most boring track of the season seems like a good choice.

And what is your most boring track of the entire circuit?

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Sorry, maybe I wasn't clear.

France is the most boring circuit and I was saying I wouldn't be dissapointed if the lack of a French Grand Prix frees up a spot for a night race.

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Malaysia seem very keen for a night race, I see.

However, will they (the Malaysians) be keen on the idea? Of course, this year's race is this weekend and we will see who will take the pole position there.

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The organisers certainly seem to think so, but I guess we'll only find out when it is tried out for real.

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Guys, has the F1 ever had a night race before? I don't recall such a venture in the past. Also, there is rumors that Ecclestone is interesting in having Grand Prix races in nations like Mexico, India, Russia and South Korea. However, it seems that the French Grand Prix is in trouble and could be in its "last laps", due to track access, attendance and accommodation deficiencies.

Link: BBC: F1 Boss Wants To Hold Night Race

Singapore is keen too . They should try it .

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Two podiums in his first two races. Anybody doubting Lewis Hamilton's talent now?

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Two podiums in his first two races. Anybody doubting Lewis Hamilton's talent now?

With this BBC article, it was a feat not seen in F1 since 1964.

Link: BBC: Hamilton Feats 'Frighten' Father

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GO ALONSO!!! :P

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I love McLaren at the moment. Two of my favourite drivers driving for a great British team. 100 times better than the old Raikonnen/Montoya partnership in my opinion.

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I still can not believe Montoya went to NAPCAR or NASCRAP (I love those terms coined by the anti-NASCAR faction of motorsports fans).

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Unfortunately he was one of those drivers for whom it just didn't work out in F1. Shame, because he was easily one of the most entertaining.

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Unfortunately he was one of those drivers for whom it just didn't work out in F1. Shame, because he was easily one of the most entertaining.

Tell that to another former F1 champion for one year that couldn't get any help and still is thinking or planning to join Montoya this way.

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