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    @ m_waqas

    I still carry 100% win record this season for ALO I watched this race full and result is in front of you
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Hmm!!! Alonso should be having Buffalo wings after the race
    "Value has a value, only if its value is valued"

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    What Is The Current Situation Of RBR's Engines ?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by zia1288 View Post
    @ m_waqas

    I still carry 100% win record this season for ALO I watched this race full and result is in front of you
    thank you thank you.. u are the man.. i think our combination is deadly for RBR ..

    since i 've started commentating, ALO has won 3 races and finished 3rd in one race .. don't forget to login for next race.. Please...

    btw, u got your payment from last time u helped win ALO ?? ...

    @UK...
    good work UK.. i hope u get what i m talking about.. serves VET right ...

    @eddie..
    steve can help u with this.. if he's not having an heart attack for RBR not getting a single point...

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    Alonso wins, takes lead in Korea<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari's Fernando Alonso stormed into the world championship lead by winning a wet and delayed Korean Grand Prix, on a disastrous day for Red Bull that saw Mark Webber crash out of second and Sebastian Vettel have an engine failure while leading.

    Code:
    SouthKorean GP Race Results
    Pos  Driver        Team                       Time
     1.  Alonso        Ferrari                    2h48:20.810
     2.  Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes           +    14.999
     3.  Massa         Ferrari                    +    30.868
     4.  Schumacher    Mercedes                   +    39.688
     5.  Kubica        Renault                    +    47.734
     6.  Liuzzi        Force India-Mercedes       +    53.571
     7.  Barrichello   Williams-Cosworth          +  1:09.257
     8.  Kobayashi     Sauber-Ferrari             +  1:17.889
     9.  Heidfeld      Sauber-Ferrari             +  1:20.107
    10.  Hulkenberg    Williams-Cosworth          +  1:20.851
    11.  Alguersuari   Toro Rosso-Ferrari         +  1:24.146
    12.  Button        McLaren-Mercedes           +  1:29.939
    13.  Kovalainen    Lotus-Cosworth             +     1 lap
    14.  Senna         HRT-Cosworth               +    2 laps
    15.  Yamamoto      HRT-Cosworth               +    2 laps
    Fastest lap: Alonso, 1:50.257
    
    Not classified/retirements:
    Driver        Team                       On lap
    Sutil         Force India-Mercedes         46
    Vettel        Red Bull-Renault             45
    Petrov        Renault                      39
    Glock         Virgin-Cosworth              31
    Buemi         Toro Rosso-Ferrari           30
    Di Grassi     Virgin-Cosworth              25
    Trulli        Lotus-Cosworth               25
    Webber        Red Bull-Renault             18
    Rosberg       Mercedes                     18
    World Championship Standings after South Korean GP
    Code:
    World Championship Standings 
    Drivers:                    Constructors:             
     1.  Alonso       231        1.  Red Bull-Renault          426
     2.  Webber       220        2.  McLaren-Mercedes          399
     3.  Hamilton     210        3.  Ferrari                   374
     4.  Vettel       206        4.  Mercedes                  188
     5.  Button       189        5.  Renault                   143
     6.  Massa        143        6.  Force India-Mercedes       68
     7.  Kubica       124        7.  Williams-Cosworth          65
     8.  Rosberg      122        8.  Sauber-Ferrari             43
     9.  Schumacher    66        9.  Toro Rosso-Ferrari         11
    10.  Barrichello   47       
    11.  Sutil         47       
    12.  Kobayashi     31       
    13.  Liuzzi        21       
    14.  Petrov        19       
    15.  Hulkenberg    18       
    16.  Buemi          8       
    17.  De la Rosa     6       
    18.  Heidfeld       6       
    19.  Alguersuari    3
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    @ genius

    is it by any chance the longest race?

    @ m_waqas

    yes i got that last time. Waiting for reward of this race btw korean babes were cute.
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by genius83 View Post
    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso wins, takes lead in Korea<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari's Fernando Alonso stormed into the world championship lead by winning a wet and delayed Korean Grand Prix, on a disastrous day for Red Bull that saw Mark Webber crash out of second and Sebastian Vettel have an engine failure while leading.

    Code:
    SouthKorean GP Race Results
    Pos  Driver        Team                       Time
     1.  Alonso        Ferrari                    2h48:20.810
     2.  Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes           +    14.999
     3.  Massa         Ferrari                    +    30.868
     4.  Schumacher    Mercedes                   +    39.688
     5.  Kubica        Renault                    +    47.734
     6.  Liuzzi        Force India-Mercedes       +    53.571
     7.  Barrichello   Williams-Cosworth          +  1:09.257
     8.  Kobayashi     Sauber-Ferrari             +  1:17.889
     9.  Heidfeld      Sauber-Ferrari             +  1:20.107
    10.  Hulkenberg    Williams-Cosworth          +  1:20.851
    11.  Alguersuari   Toro Rosso-Ferrari         +  1:24.146
    12.  Button        McLaren-Mercedes           +  1:29.939
    13.  Kovalainen    Lotus-Cosworth             +     1 lap
    14.  Senna         HRT-Cosworth               +    2 laps
    15.  Yamamoto      HRT-Cosworth               +    2 laps
    Fastest lap: Alonso, 1:50.257
    
    Not classified/retirements:
    Driver        Team                         On lap
    Sutil         Force India-Mercedes         63
    Vettel        Red Bull-Renault             62
    Petrov        Renault                      56
    Glock         Virgin-Cosworth              48
    Buemi         Toro Rosso-Ferrari           47
    Di Grassi     Virgin-Cosworth              42
    Trulli        Lotus-Cosworth               42
    Webber        Red Bull-Renault             35
    Rosberg       Mercedes                     35
    World Championship Standings after South Korean GP
    Code:
    World Championship Standings 
    Drivers:                    Constructors:             
     1.  Alonso       231        1.  Red Bull-Renault          426
     2.  Webber       220        2.  McLaren-Mercedes          399
     3.  Hamilton     210        3.  Ferrari                   374
     4.  Vettel       206        4.  Mercedes                  188
     5.  Button       189        5.  Renault                   143
     6.  Massa        143        6.  Force India-Mercedes       68
     7.  Kubica       124        7.  Williams-Cosworth          65
     8.  Rosberg      122        8.  Sauber-Ferrari             43
     9.  Schumacher    66        9.  Toro Rosso-Ferrari         11
    10.  Barrichello   47       
    11.  Sutil         47       
    12.  Kobayashi     31       
    13.  Liuzzi        21       
    14.  Petrov        19       
    15.  Hulkenberg    18       
    16.  Buemi          8       
    17.  De la Rosa     6       
    18.  Heidfeld       6       
    19.  Alguersuari    3
    how can drivers retire on lap 56, 62, 63? It was a 55 Lap race
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    I just love FERRARIS
    Great work Alonso,
    Hope Massa do good in coming races

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    Brawn committed to Mercedes future<!-- end title -->
    Ross Brawn remains wholly committed to his future at Mercedes GP, even though he has revealed that he is already considering succession plans.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Drivers want more say in future rules<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 drivers want an improved dialogue with the FIA in the future so they can have more of a say in future regulations and track design, AUTOSPORT has learned.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Webber: I'm still in the title hunt<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber says he can still win the Formula 1 World Championship despite crashing out of the Korean Grand Prix in wet conditions and potentially losing his points lead in the process.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Alonso insists title is not won yet<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso is refusing to get carried away about his championship aspirations despite having taken a huge step to clinch his third title.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hamilton: Championship still open<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton is optimistic that he is still in the world championship hunt thanks to his second place in the Korean Grand Prix, although he admitted that McLaren needed to find more pace to give him a shot in the last two rounds.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel not giving up on title<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel says he will not give up on his world title ambitions despite losing victory, and a shot at the points lead, when he retired from the lead of the Korean Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Buemi apologises for taking out Glock<!-- end title -->
    Sebastien Buemi accepted the blame for the tangle with Timo Glock that ended both their races in Korea.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Petrov sorry for race-ending crash<!-- end title -->
    Vitaly Petrov was sorry for his race-ending crash at the Korean Grand Prix, but the Renault driver said he was at least encouraged to be running in the top ten.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Mercedes thrilled with Schumacher<!-- end title -->
    Mercedes GP team boss Ross Brawn praised Michael Schumacher's performance after the former champion equalled his best result of his comeback year with fourth in Korea.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Button admits title defence all but over<!-- end title -->
    Jenson Button has admitted that his chances of retaining the Formula 1 world championship title are now all but over following an uncompetitive showing in the Korean Grand Prix. He is now 42 points behind Fernando Alonso with two races to go.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Sutil, Buemi get Brazil grid penalties<!-- end title -->
    Adrian Sutil and Sebastien Buemi will lose five places on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix following their accidents in Korea.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Hulkenberg rues late puncture<!-- end title -->
    Nico Hulkenberg felt the slow puncture that cost him sixth place in the closing stages of the Korean Grand Prix was cruel luck given how strong his performance had been at Yeongam.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Sutil unhappy with race performance<!-- end title -->
    Adrian Sutil said he was unhappy with his performance at the Korean Grand Prix after failing to finish the event following a crash.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Vettel will not be given support role<!-- end title -->
    Red Bull will not ask Sebastian Vettel to play a supporting role in Mark Webber's quest to win the Formula 1 World Championship title, despite the German's own chances slimming when he suffered an engine failure in the Korean Grand Prix.

    <!-- Begin Main Box--><!-- title -->Glock angry at Buemi over crash<!-- end title -->
    Timo Glock was critical of Sebastien Buemi after the Swiss crashed into the Virgin racer during the Korean Grand Prix.
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    @m_waqas

    I ve been up all night, the race show started at 6am so i'm sorry if i say anything that makes no sense.
    Look at what i had to do to kill some bulls. You remember that theory i told you bout me suppprting a team and driver. Well, before they update the points on our facebook league, have a look. I was i think 7th or 9th overall in the standings, like all the people who are playing this game on it and for this race i picked red bull as my team for the first time and see what happened, their first double DNF!! I gave up my points for a better cause.
    You and Zia are working great and i'm gonna thank him seperately. He has brought great results.
    I'm worried about steve though.

    @zia1288

    Thanks buddy. You've brought good luck and i'm hopping you'll watch the remaining raced and a few of us can enjoy a great end to the season.

    @Eddie the drug dealer

    Get all your good stuff in a nice gift bag and send it to steve free of cost. I'll get you more when i am. back.
    Red bull engine situatiion, Vettel has used all 8 engines and has two used ones left. Webber used his last new one for this race.

    @genius

    I'm sorry, bro. I don't like titles decided by relibilty issues. Everyone makes their own luck but it's not nice to have it end like that. Hope you find the strength to recover from this loss
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    @zia1288
    No, it may be the longest race in the recent history but in the 50's races have run for longer distances and last for longer period of time. In that era over 2 hour race was normal. If you just check the results of the races from that era they run almost close to 3 hours and in some cases going over 3-hours. Here is an example Season is 1955, you could easily see that the shortest race is 2 hour and 25 min long.
    <TABLE class=raceResults cellSpacing=0 summary="" cellPadding=0><TBODY><TR><TH>Grand Prix</TH><TH>Date</TH><TH>Winning Driver</TH><TH>Team</TH><TH> Laps</TH><TH>Time</TH></TR><TR><TD>Argentina</TD><TD>16/01/1955 </TD><TD>Juan Manuel Fangio</TD><TD> Mercedes</TD><TD> 96</TD><TD>3;00'38.6</TD></TR><TR><TD>Monaco</TD><TD>22/05/1955</TD><TD>Maurice Trintignant</TD><TD> Ferrari </TD><TD> 100</TD><TD>2:58'09.8</TD></TR><TR><TD>Indianapolis 500</TD><TD>30/05/1955</TD><TD>Bob Sweikert</TD><TD> Kurtis Kraft-Offenhauser</TD><TD> 200</TD><TD>3:53'59.53</TD></TR><TR><TD>Belgium</TD><TD>05/06/1955</TD><TD>Juan Manuel Fangio </TD><TD> Mercedes</TD><TD> 36</TD><TD>2:39'29.0</TD></TR><TR><TD>Netherlands</TD><TD>19/06/1955</TD><TD>Juan Manuel Fangio </TD><TD> Mercedes</TD><TD> 100</TD><TD>2:54.23.8</TD></TR><TR><TD>Great Britain</TD><TD>16/07/1955</TD><TD>Stirling Moss</TD><TD> Mercedes</TD><TD> 90</TD><TD>3;07.21.2</TD></TR><TR><TD>Italy</TD><TD>11/09/1955</TD><TD>Juan Manuel Fangio</TD><TD> Mercedes</TD><TD> 50</TD><TD>2:25'04.4</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    Although the longest race is about close to 9 hours if I remember correctly and that too was a wet race.

    As for the your second question regarding retirements on Lap 56, 62 and 63 I was also confused when I see that but it must be something with respect to the calculation as Autosport Time sheet is showing 71 laps while as you siad it was only a 55 lap race. Although they have now updated the time sheet and so I have also updated the time sheet too.
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    @UK
    Don't worry first thanks to KESC, I was been saved from seeing that blowout and Secondly, I am still confident enough that Vettel or Webber will win this title. Don't be , Yes I am routing for both to win the title.

    I am worried about Alonso, who may need a new engine. As for championship deciding reliability issues well who knows more about it then Vettel he lost the last year title because of reliability, and the maximum of 38 points in the first 2 races this season where he was so far ahead of others that he just could relaxed and take the win by cruising.

    I hope that title should goes down to the last race just as a tribute to this really exciting season and not finish in Brazil.

    On a different note, what is your comments about this Tilkedrome???

    @m_waqas and all others
    Guys, the next race is on 7th of November and not on 31st October in Brazil with the last race in Abu Dhabi in 14th of November. Sorry for the wrong calendar for the last 3 races, as it was taken from racing-live.com which then bought by ESPN and becomes espnf1.com and they don't have this calendar on their website.
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    @uk Everything Is Ready ....Thanks for Engine situation .....

    @genuis buddy No Problem at All It Happens .. So Its Okay About the Calender .....
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    @ All ... Here Is A Link Try It ...

    Formula 1 Driver's World Championship Decider
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    Domenicali urges team to stay calm<!-- end title -->
    Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali has warned his team against getting too excited by Fernando Alonso's important victory in the Korean Grand Prix - as he urges it to maintain its focus for the final two races of the season.

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    "Fear is part of people's life. Some of them don't know how to face it, others — where I include myself — learn coexisting with it or face it, not as a negative thing, but like a autoprotection sensation."

    -- Ayrton Senna

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    @UK

    ... don't tell me.. man i can't believe it.. sacrificing for 'greater cause', sleep deprivation.. but its paying off.. good job... only 2 more to go..

    as i promised if ALO wins, i 'll throw a party and u 'll be the 'chief' guest ...

    BTW, now i think ALO has some incredible luck favoring him .. and i feel that ALO's engine failure or DNF is now due ... but i hope that doesn't happen in remaining 2 races..

    i also hope that ALO wraps the championship in Brazil... though it is highly unlikely ...

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    @eddie.
    good link bro..

    @steve..
    don't worry about calender.. its no biggy..

    and great great pics man.. please share more... especially the birds.. come on man me and @zia had done everything to deserve those birdies...

    didn't korean pit-babes seemed extra friendly to ALO ... but we all know what Mopko is so famous for

    great drive by schumi.. 4th,.. good for him...

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    this picture is epic man..


    Korean Grand Prix: Who was your Driver of the Day?

    Today’s Korean Grand Prix featured some very strong performances by drivers who got a result and by those who didn’t make it to the finish

    So who was your Driver of the Day?


    Alonso wins treacherous Korean Grand Prix, as Bulls falter

    Fernando Alonso won the Korean Grand Prix today in very difficult conditions, his first wet weather win, ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa.

    It was a real game changer of a day as far as the championship is concerned, with Red Bull’s two title contenders failing to score; Mark Webber crashing out and Sebastian Vettel’s engine failing near the end. After a long fightback from being 47 points behind Webber after Silverstone, Alonso now has control of the points table.


    @steve..
    buddy read your both blogs.. good job.. but man breaking it down to paras might help a bit.. i was loosing it again in between ...

    now waiting for your Race analysis ...

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    @genius83

    Ma friend, they all had reliability issues and they have all made mistakes this season. When you are driving undoubtedly the best car on the grid, the expectation is nothing less than a win each time you race. The Red Bull has been in a different league for most of the season. Am happy you are still confident and yes, mathematically it's still possible but i feel the best driver in F1, and not the best car will win the title and most probably it will happen in Brazil.

    The track is okay, nothing special. We didn't see a dry race so it's hard to come to a conclusion but there is nothing special in the track. It might provide good racing but the track itself is not really a challenge in any way. There are no interesting corners, and Tilke has copied a bit from Silverstone, some from Turkey and made I don't know what. The only interesting and challenging bit is the pit entry That says a lot, no?

    @m_waqas

    Yes, no sleep and i am probably last in that fantasy league 'cause i must have scored zero points. I had Webber and Red Bull We know where they finished but hey it's all for a good cause and worth it.

    Man i am thinking about extending my stay another week and watch the Brazilian GP, before i return. The thought of going back and either having to put up with Steve Slatter, which is not really an option, or watching the race on line is not something that i am looking forward to to especially with the way the championship is right now.

    @Eddie the drug dealer

    Good boy. Now you must remember, Steve is older than you, and he might be in a lot of pain come the end of Brazilian GP or Abu Dhabi. He is in pain even now because you see the chosen one retired and although Steve thinks it's still possible to win from here, honestly it would require a miracle because if Alonso wins in Brazil and Webber finishes lower than 5th, as per the link you provided than the title battle is over irrespective of where Vettel or Hamilton finish. So in this time of great pain and impending loss, we must look after Steve. So start gift wrapping your stuff from now on and remember, you have to give that stuff to him free of charge.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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