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    what the hell...why isn't alonso there??..

    NO....accident in P3...no...
    alonso buddy what have u done...i should've been watching,....

    i will never support schumi..for me its rosberg...

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    I knew you weren't watching!! I just knew it. He stuffed it into the barriers in FP3. Can't rebuild the chassis. Looking at how Massa is going, that's pole and a win gone.
    I 'll give you my reason for supporting Schumacher, tomorrow.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    ^ ya right...it will be a boon if massa managed to finish even on any podium...
    ya buddy i should be watching..damn it...gonna watch race tomorrow fur sure...
    so alonso will be starting from pits or the last on the grid??...
    damn it yar...ruined my day..

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    From the pits i think might help a wee bit if there is a coming together at turn one, usually there is one. He can drive on the inside of the pit exit line and avoid it. It's scr**ed in all honesty.

    Webber fends off Kubica to grab Monaco GP pole
    Red Bull Racing remains unbeaten in qualifying in 2010 after Mark Webber fended off a huge challenge from Renault's Robert Kubica to take pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix.

    Alonso still hopeful of points finish
    Fernando Alonso says he is still eyeing a points finish in the Monaco Grand Prix despite having to start from the pitlane. The Ferrari driver has been forced to miss today's qualifying after his car was too damaged to be fixed in time following a crash during the final practice session this morning.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Both Mercedes cars used only one set of supersofts for both Q2 and Q3. They did this to preserve the other set for the race but this might turn out to be the wrong decision because overtaking in Monaco is most difficult amongst all tracks.

    Personally I believe Mercedes fuked up Q3 big time. They couldn't manage the traffic (Rosberg, Mercedes own driver who blocked Schumi) which ruined S1 for Schumacher on his qualifying lap and using used/older supersofts ruined lap for Rosberg. As far as the race is concerned, I am praying Schumacher manages to gain some positions at the start, otherwise the chances of a podium are quite slim. And yes Massa and Hamilton are going to crash

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    Kubica goes quickest in final practice<!-- end title -->
    Renault's Robert Kubica served notice that he will be a serious pole threat in Monaco qualifying after setting the fastest time in final practice, just ahead of Felipe Massa (Ferrari) and Mark Webber (Red Bull).

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    Monaco GP Practice Session 3
    Pos Driver         Team                    Time              Laps
     1. Kubica         Renault                 1:14.806            25
     2. Massa          Ferrari                 1:14.852  + 0.046   22
     3. Webber         Red Bull-Renault        1:14.945  + 0.139   24
     4. Hamilton       McLaren-Mercedes        1:15.038  + 0.232   24
     5. Vettel         Red Bull-Renault        1:15.046  + 0.240   25
     6. Schumacher     Mercedes                1:15.236  + 0.430   21
     7. Rosberg        Mercedes                1:15.252  + 0.446   20
     8. Buemi          Toro Rosso-Ferrari      1:15.537  + 0.731   21
     9. Sutil          Force India-Mercedes    1:15.659  + 0.853   13
    10. Button         McLaren-Mercedes        1:15.682  + 0.876   22
    11. Liuzzi         Force India-Mercedes    1:15.691  + 0.885   19
    12. Alguersuari    Toro Rosso-Ferrari      1:15.769  + 0.963   26
    13. Hulkenberg     Williams-Cosworth       1:16.164  + 1.358   24
    14. Barrichello    Williams-Cosworth       1:16.232  + 1.426   21
    15. Petrov         Renault                 1:16.240  + 1.434   26
    16. Alonso         Ferrari                 1:16.266  + 1.460   6
    17. Kobayashi      Sauber-Ferrari          1:16.644  + 1.838   25
    18. de la Rosa     Sauber-Ferrari          1:16.696  + 1.890   22
    19. Kovalainen     Lotus-Cosworth          1:17.782  + 2.976   18
    20. Trulli         Lotus-Cosworth          1:17.865  + 3.059   26
    21. di Grassi      Virgin-Cosworth         1:18.063  + 3.257   24
    22. Senna          HRT-Cosworth            1:19.720  + 4.914   25
    23. Chandhok       HRT-Cosworth            1:19.781  + 4.975   21
    24. Glock          Virgin-Cosworth                              3
    HRT close to 2011 technical deal<!-- end title -->
    HRT is close to finalising a technical deal that will help with development of its 2011 car, AUTOSPORT has learned, as team boss Colin Kolles rubbished suggestion his outfit was in financial difficulties.

    Branson committed to backing Virgin<!-- end title -->
    Richard Branson sees every reason why he will continue to support Virgin Racing over the long haul, despite the troubles it faced earlier in the season.

    Button rues Q3 tyre strategy<!-- end title -->
    Jenson Button felt McLaren would have been better off sticking with hard tyres in Q3 after he struggled to eighth on the grid.

    Happy Webber aims to capitalise on pole<!-- end title -->
    A delighted Mark Webber says is confident he will be able to capitalise on his pole position in the Monaco Grand Prix tomorrow.

    Kubica amazed to be on front row<!-- end title -->
    Robert Kubica admitted he was amazed that he was able to split the Red Bulls and take a front row slot in Monaco qualifying, just a week after he was 1.5 seconds off the pace and back in seventh on the Spanish Grand Prix grid.

    Vettel hopeful of stronger race pace<!-- end title -->
    Sebastian Vettel is hopeful he will enjoy a stronger race on Sunday after being unable to match the pace of Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber in qualifying.

    Rosberg: I could have been on pole
    Nico Rosberg described his sixth place on the Monte Carlo grid as a 'terrible' performance, as he felt his Mercedes had been quick enough for pole position.

    Massa denies intentional blocking<!-- end title -->
    Felipe Massa has denied blocking Jenson Button on purpose during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday.

    Here are the Monaco Qualifying results:
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    Monaco GP Qualifying Session
    Pos  Driver         Team                    Q1        Q2        Q3   
     1.  Webber         Red Bull-Renault       1:15.035   1:14.462  1:13.826
     2.  Kubica         Renault                1:15.045   1:14.549  1:14.120
     3.  Vettel         Red Bull-Renault       1:15.110   1:14.568  1:14.227
     4.  Massa          Ferrari                1:14.757   1:14.405  1:14.283
     5.  Hamilton       McLaren-Mercedes       1:15.676   1:14.527  1:14.432
     6.  Rosberg        Mercedes               1:15.188   1:14.375  1:14.544
     7.  Schumacher     Mercedes               1:15.649   1:14.691  1:14.590
     8.  Button         McLaren-Mercedes       1:15.623   1:15.150  1:14.637
     9.  Barrichello    Williams-Cosworth      1:15.590   1:15.083  1:14.901
    10.  Liuzzi         Force India-Mercedes   1:15.397   1:15:061  1:15.170
    11.  Hulkenberg     Williams-Cosworth      1:16.030   1:15.317
    12.  Sutil          Force India-Mercedes   1:15.445   1:15.318
    13.  Buemi          Toro Rosso-Ferrari     1:15.961   1:15.413
    14.  Petrov         Renault                1:15.482   1:15.576
    15.  de la Rosa     Sauber-Ferrari         1:15.908   1:15.692
    16.  Kobayashi      Sauber-Ferrari         1:16.175   1:15.992
    17.  Alguersuari    Toro Rosso-Ferrari     1:16.021   1:16.176
    18.  Kovalainen     Lotus-Cosworth         1:17.094
    19.  Trulli         Lotus-Cosworth         1:17.134
    20.  Glock          Virgin-Cosworth        1:17.377
    21.  di Grassi      Virgin-Cosworth        1:17.864
    22.  Senna          HRT-Cosworth           1:18.509
    23.  Chandhok       HRT-Cosworth           1:19.559
    24.  Alonso         Ferrari                No time
    Hamilton says fifth was maximum result<!-- end title -->
    Lewis Hamilton said there was no way he could have gone any faster than the lap that put him fifth on the grid in Monaco.

    Chandhok baffled by lack of pace<!-- end title -->
    Karun Chandhok says he is baffled by his lack of speed in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix after finishing over a second behind team-mate Bruno Senna.
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    ^ well done kubica..
    i m hoping alonso can salvage some points...

    It's scr**ed in all honesty.
    yup buddy ... hopefully i'll be watching so lets see...

    And yes Massa and Hamilton are going to crash
    i don't think so but hopefully yes...

    Eddie kiddo (oh u aren't underage anymore)...so check out this link below to get better feel of Monaco Gp...

    FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX DE MONACO 2010

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    Watched it On Star Sports Before Quali thanks for the pics lemme see more of them .... and here is a link for you mate

    The girls of Monaco - BBC Top Gear

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    webber out pacing vette again, *i likes*
    kulkenberg making barrichello look fast
    lol at chand*k
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    Alonso concedes race chances very slim<!-- end title -->
    Fernando Alonso admits he is facing a very difficult Monaco Grand Prix after being forced to take the start from the pitlane.

    Brawn frustrated by team '****-up'<!-- end title -->
    Mercedes GP boss Ross Brawn admitted he was left frustrated by the '****-up' that saw Nico Rosberg hold up Michael Schumacher in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix.

    @UK, m_waqas and Blackeye117
    Steve Slater is contagious as he just have his first victim Gary Anderson. After last week's Spanish GP Qualifying where Steve comment's about Sauber was here comes BMW Sauber Ferrari whatever, now this week it was Gary Anderson's turn to say the same in Monaco. In the second session of qualifying he had said the same comment what Steve have said last week.

    After such a hype about traffic problem in Monaco, the only real incidents that comes in public is Massa blocking Button intentionally or not is still debatable and Rosberg holding up Michal on a flying lap. It is hilarious because it means that the back off the grid teams are more sensible then the top teams and drivers.

    I am feeling bad about Alonso, this should not happen at all.
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    @genius He Did said one today also ... He was going to say chicane and instead said Cuisine ....

    Bimbo .... in those pics the best looking driver was jaime alguersuari
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    It would have had been more fun if Alonso was there. Kubica's pace was stunning. It's going to be interesting to watch what Alonso can do from the pitlane start and his overtaking is going to fun.
    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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    Yeah Hope He Did Not Bong His Car This Time .... Go Alonso Just Overtake Dont Bang Your Car .. Let Vettel Webber Hamilton Button Rosberg Kubica bang There Cars Into Each Other ... You Go And Win the Race Second Behind You Give It To Massa And Third Give That Place To Schumi He'll B Happy With That .. I Know M Going Nuts cant help it guysss
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    Looking at where Massa qualified-this is a certain pole and quite possibly a certain win that Ferrari will likely miss out on. Alonso has been about 4/10ths to about half a second quicker than Massa in qualifying except the first race. How he will rue the mistake he made come end of season, only time will tell.

    Red Bull has improved their car on high down force tracks but no where near enough. Monaco is usually a one off so might be different on other slow, high down force tracks but based on qualifying, free practice, and the current package each team has, Ferrari will be mega on at least another five and possibly six tracks. Red Bull should be unbeatable on a track like Silverstone, Suzuka etc but there aren't many tracks like that. Mclaren will be close to them on those tracks and quite possibly Mercedes too, depending on what upgrades they bring. All that coupled with Red Bull's fragility and their drivers taking points off each other could turn this championship into a four, five way battle come the last quarter of the season. Kubica in the Renault is doing a Frentzen, `99, Jordan. Slowly collecting points un-noticed up untill now.

    A Kubica win is what the main championship contenders would be hopping for today except the Red Bull drivers. Kubica followed by the Mercedes drivers or even Button or even Massa would be damage limitation for the likes of Alonso and Hamilton. Neither Mercedes driver or Massa are realistic title contenders and Button too is unlikely to be part of the chasing group though he leads the championship right now.

    Alonso is talking nonsense now, dreaming of points or a point on this track when starting from the pitlane. No refueling this year means-he has very little room to try and do something which will propel him into points. Over taking is a near impossibility, he will have to rely on generosity of the back of the grid teams to pass them and likely to get stuck behind a Lotus, if they are still in the race. He has no tire advantage, like Schumacher had in 2006 around Monaco for a change, to help him, no refueling and safety car cant help him much either because of all that. His hopes would be on weather, a small pile up going into turn one or at the hair pin which can happen. Other than that he is much likely to be circulating like Coulthard did behind Arrows in 2001.

    Tire management might be a problem for from runners. The options are going away after about 12 laps and graining badly, in past races they have grained and come back to drivers, here Bridgestone are saying the tires will fall off even more. How far can they go, who is kinder to his tires and who elects to lap three seconds a lap slower but keep track position, is likely to be key. Might see teams making two pitstops if the tires are so on edge and that is Alonso's last hope, someone holding cars up front, lapping a lot slower but not pitting. I was surprised to see Barrichello or Luzzi not opt for primes. Having qualified in the top ten they were not going to do better than 9th and 10th , and with the warning from Bridgestone, why not opt for primes to give them better track position when the front runners pit. This being an even slower pilane than anywhere else, it will be interesting where the front runners come out after their first stop if the Bridgestone's assessment is correct about tire wear.

    i hope Alonso has seen this footage, because he looks likely to spend the afternoon this way.

    This is Coulthard on pole, 2001.

    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Williams: Webber now a title contender<!-- end title -->
    Mark Webber has developed himself into a genuine world championship contender judging by the run of form that has seen him emerge as the man of the moment.

    Renault stunned by Kubica's pace<!-- end title -->
    Renault boss Eric Boullier has admitted that Robert Kubica's stunning form in Monaco this weekend has left him speechless.

    Teams close to 2011 tyre decision<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 teams are hoping to reach a final decision on tyres today, with meetings scheduled to evaluate which direction they would like the sport to go for 2011.

    Di Grassi gets revised Virgin for Turkey<!-- end title -->
    Virgin Racing technical director Nick Wirth has confirmed that Lucas di Grassi will run the team's revised car from the Turkish Grand Prix onwards.

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    MotoGP thread is open as I promised so all of you are invited in there for related discussion.
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    ^ haha coulthard...

    well your points are all valid...but we don't usually see alonso talking nonsense...

    and your reason for supporting shumi??...

    The girls of Monaco - BBC Top Gear

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    thanks eddie...seems like u learning fast..good...
    since alonso is out of contest in Monaco..i surrender myself to these ladies this weekend...some consolation..

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    yay alonso in 6th going good

    i had a thought that alonso might come up tp the order and yes i sensed it correctly .. he is going good
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    alonso is proving everyone wrong,
    strategy playing in his favor big time thou
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    Cosworth vows to address its issues<!-- end title -->
    Cosworth says that it as disappointed as Williams about their results this season - and has vowed to do everything it can to help improve the situation.

    Kubica: Start critical to victory hopes<!-- end title -->
    Robert Kubica thinks his hopes of victory in the Monaco Grand Prix will depend totally on getting away well at the start.

    Teams fail to agree on 2011 tyres<!-- end title -->
    Formula 1 teams failed to reach a final decision on tyres during Sunday's meeting to discuss 2011 rubber, meaning the matter will likely now drag on until the Turkish Grand Prix.

    De la Rosa urges Sauber to improve<!-- end title -->
    Pedro de la Rosa has urged his Sauber team to improve its reliability after his retirement from the Monaco Grand Prix.
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