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post #91 of 109
Schumi can win it all tonight....if someone doesnt finish.
post #92 of 109
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Yes but that's a longshot. How many DNFs has Fernando had? One this year?
post #93 of 109
MS is gonna have to race it to win it!
post #94 of 109
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He can probably win the race at Brazil but only luck will bring him the title.
post #95 of 109
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More bad luck for Michael :
Fillipe and Kimi side by side. Hope it's an omen of next year.
Should be exciting tomorrow.
post #96 of 109
It's pretty ironic to see Michael lose a WDC due to Ferrari's reliabilty.
post #97 of 109
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A very exciting race. Lots of passing and other action.
I can't wait for next year.
post #98 of 109
Wouldn't want to wish bad luck on anyone but if Alonso had the puncture instead of Schumacher that would of made for one truly exciting race.

Schumi will now have more time for skiing. Maybe he can make his few hundred million go that little bit further by getting a retired persons ski ticket discount?
post #99 of 109
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Wouldn't want to wish bad luck on anyone but if Alonso had the puncture instead of Schumacher that would of made for one truly exciting race.

Schumi will now have more time for skiing. Maybe he can make his few hundred million go that little bit further by getting a retired persons ski ticket discount?
I think it would havebeen borig. The Ferrari was so fast... Michael would have caught and passed Massa. The only question would have been can Alonso get a point.
post #100 of 109
I think yesterday's race was Michael's greatest.
No cheating, no gamesmanship, just pure racing. He may not have won the race, but he carried himself very well, and that will help how he is remembered in the future.
post #101 of 109
I'm sad MS didn't take the championship for his final season, but I'm equally impressed with his dignity in the end.
We'll see if he can really stay out from behind the wheel. I'm not so sure he can hold himself back
post #102 of 109
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We'll see if he can really stay out from behind the wheel.
He's going to Nascar.
post #103 of 109
I heard they gave Michael the F-1 car. Nice saturday night cruiser.
post #104 of 109
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He's going to Nascar.
Not on your life!
Maybe Rally Cars!
post #105 of 109
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He's going to Nascar.
He can join Juan, too fat for Formula 1.
post #106 of 109
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I think it would havebeen borig. The Ferrari was so fast... Michael would have caught and passed Massa. The only question would have been can Alonso get a point.
Massa was pretty far out in front and button was racing well. Alonso played it safe but a puncture would of put pressure on him to go through the field as Schumi did. I'd of found that more exciting because at any time Alonso could of been taken out and the race result (and Championship) wouldn't of been a given before the end. (unlike the actual race).

Alonso is talking about retiring after his 3rd Championship win, maybe he's going to nascar too
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post #108 of 109
Rory Byrne has pretty much already left too. If he thinks he's gonna have the same car Michael got, he's got another think coming. I wish he'd have stayed at McLaren. He's faster than Alonso.
post #109 of 109
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Should be interesting.
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