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The Meanest
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Post by The Meanest » Thu Aug 02, 2007 5:58 pm

Julian Mayo wrote:
The Meanest wrote:Why did Ferrari test at Mugello instead of Jerez :updown:

Why :?:

Why :roll:
Cheaper?
No carbon footprint from the semi trailers?
Nicer food? :D
OR.................................. :shock2:
Oh Obe one you are far wiser than me :wink:

There must be a reason :crush:
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Post by Julian Mayo » Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:02 pm

Don't they always test there , instead of Jerez?? :shock:
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Post by The Meanest » Thu Aug 02, 2007 6:05 pm

Obe One you know the answers to the difficult questions :1st:

My mind is at rest now :cheers:
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Post by Julian Mayo » Thu Aug 02, 2007 7:32 pm

The Meanest wrote:Obe One you know the answers to the difficult questions :1st:

My mind is at rest now :cheers:
Travel well, and step lightly, Grasshopper 8)
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Post by Jim Watt » Fri Aug 03, 2007 1:48 am

:sleeping: the query about cynicism breaking out woke me up.

Cynical? Moi!! Never. I hope the slow response lately is simply folks on their summer Vacs... I can't imagine anyone being seriously upset by recent "revelations" It's just Racing.

they make the rules; you bend the rules; finally the damn rules just break --and they slap YOUR hands. Like it's YOUR fault the rules broke! You, the very model of honest endeavor and good sport!! So then, you suggest new rules that will make it impossible for 'misunderstandings' like the recent unpleasantness to EVER occur again. And it goes merrily on.

Take a break from the heat, mates :drink:

and remember, w/respect to your rating in picking the pole n'8 --there's always next year!

Enjoy :wave: Jim Watt
My Racing Gods: Fangio, Vukovich; Senna & Mears --all racers all the time; graceful winners & generous in defeat, but never giving up!!

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Post by GhoGho » Fri Aug 03, 2007 7:59 am

Lloyd wrote:Very slight, as slight as a butterfly brushing pollen off a miniscule inverted floral display :roll:
Sounds like the start of one of my favorite pastimes.......
I'm in shape

Round is a shape...........


:cheers:

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Post by 8 n Pole Admin » Mon Aug 20, 2007 7:44 am

Results for Hungary are being sent.

The average score for Hungary was 28.23!

Top score was 47.

Congratulations to biyo for winning this round.

The Overall Top 20 is available here

The Hungary Top 200 is available here

The Popularity Picks for the round of Hungary is available here

Please note that while Fernando Alonso set the fastest time in qualifying, he was penalised 5 grid positions and didn't start from Pole. Lewis Hamilton started from Pole with Nick Heidfeld in second and Kimi Raikkonen in 3rd.

Good luck in the next round of Turkey.
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