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    #41
    cardo... he needs just one point assuming schumi finishes on top (to prevent a tie).

    if alonso suffers a DNP and they tie (due to a schumi victory), the title will go to schumi as he has more gp wins this season.

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    let's just watch this sunday's race.
    sir, interlagos will be in 2 weeks time from suzuka. so that would

    be next, next sunday.

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    #43
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    let's just watch this sunday's race.
    Okay then,- let's mark it on our calendars, for the Sao Paolo, Brazil GP, it will on Oct 23 at 1AM, Manila time......


    :starwars:

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    #44
    ano ba yan!!!!!! two weeks of agonizing wait!!! :cry:

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    #45
    Sabi ko nga sa isa kong entry,- hindi na ako magpupuyat. Magbabasa na lang ako ng internet update first thing after I wake up..... FA is indeed 99% certain of his back-to-back WDC....

    If MS is still in realistic contention,- paniguradong magpupuyat ako.....hehehe


    :starwars:

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post
    Sabi ko nga sa isa kong entry,- hindi na ako magpupuyat. Magbabasa na lang ako ng internet update first thing after I wake up..... FA is indeed 99% certain of his back-to-back WDC....

    If MS is still in realistic contention,- paniguradong magpupuyat ako.....hehehe


    :starwars:
    Kapag sumabog yung engine ni Alonso, I'm sure sa YouTube ang bagsak mo to watch the replay.

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    #47
    well... nothing is still definite...

    Ferrari for the longest time hasn't suffered a blown engine yet it happened just the other day.

    what more for Renault who just suffered one a few races ago?

    don't also discount a DNF due to an accident or something.

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    well... nothing is still definite...

    Ferrari for the longest time hasn't suffered a blown engine yet it happened just the other day.

    what more for Renault who just suffered one a few races ago?

    don't also discount a DNF due to an accident or something.
    and also schumi's "dirty tactics"

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    #49
    I don't believe he'll do that again. He's learned from Monaco that the FIA isn't going to roll over for him every single time he does something like that.

    RE: Blown engines? Don't expect any. If Renault is playing the smart game, they'll still be using the current V8 in a slightly aggressive tune, not a completely experimental one. Same goes for Ferrari.

    I'm not a Schumi fan, but it would be very nice to see him retire with one last win and a championship... well, only time will tell.

    Damn, two weeks!?!

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #50
    the interlagos gp will be the last gp of the 2006 season as well as michael's

    it's going to be as memorable as the first time he won a gp in '94 also at

    interlagos. worth pagpuyatan ito.

    next year i'm sure many will miss the winningest formula 1 driver

    of all time

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