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    Default - FORMULA 1 Season 2007 - (RAIKONNEN WINS)

    There is considerable time left in the start of the season but there are a lot of news coming through. So, just like last time we had a single thread about F1 2006 season I am starting this thread for the 2007 Season. This will allow all of us to discuss things at one place.

    My request to all the F1 fans, please post F1 2007 related stuff here.
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    @NS..buudy sorry thats just the way how i feel for schumi..he is a loser..im sorrie if ppl can humliate ron dennis n get away im sorrie buddy im not backing out!
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    lol what did i miss here
    just gone through the above posts!!!!!!!!1

    Schumi is the best
    was,am, and alwasy be ferrai

    After Hakkinen, Ron never had the firepower available to him
    Hamilton has the potential fire power ( at this point in time Hamilton is very consistent once he looses his consistency that will be the main test is he mentally strong enough to strike back up)

    Talking about Arrogance
    Jacque Villenive one of the most arragont guys out there
    but if you had given this arrogant guy a ferrari/mclaren/renault he would have got you a championship ... there is a fine line between arrogance and sensibility..... this is one of the reasons major teams did not approach villinive)
    Sato is Arrogant
    Ralf Schumacher is one of the most current arrogant guys out there but his arrogance is inside him he is not in front of the grid so people just dont care .......

    when you loose you dont make foes
    when you win and win and win you end up making foes
    thats the case with schumi... for a ferrari fan every fortnight was just great seeing schumi on the podium
    but for other constructors fans seeing shumi up on the podium again and again was frustrating which is the case with some people on the forum

    An f1 driver needs to be arrogant at the same time aggressive but both should be controlled
    if you people watch the press conferences after the races
    you can make out who can control their arrogance and aggressiveness... always saw schumi contral in the press conferences , hakinen was alwasy tamed ,, also is getting tamed with time

    Enjoy

    last year in the f1 thread there was only nightsurfer me and zia posting
    this year we have had quite a few members posting
    how about we ask jag to make an additional forum for motor sports fans... where not only f1 but , motogp, nascar etc can be discussed
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    @kizzi

    I 100% agree. I guess we will cross 1000 sooner than we got to 500.

    Why Ferrari fans always find a way to justify everything?
    Because supporting Ferrari is easy.
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    Espionage affair heads to British High Court
    ''A lot more will become clear''
    09/07/07 21:42


    The British Grand Prix may have ended on Sunday but the Formula One espionage controversy that overshadowed on-track events at Silverstone has seemingly still got plenty of mileage left in it.

    The pit-side drama first ignited when Ferrari engineer Nigel Stepney was sacked after being accused of supplying McLaren chief designer Mike Coughlan with over 500 pages of secret Ferrari technical information back in April.

    Coughlan, their chief designer, was subsequently suspended by McLaren after the Ferrari documents were found in his house.

    However, an unnamed source in the McLaren team has said that Coughlan did not know who had sent him the information and Stepney insists he is not responsible for the leak.

    "I have no idea how anything came into Mike's possession. If he has some documents, they came from another source," said the former Ferrari man Stepney who has left his home in Italy and fled to a secret location amidst fears for his safety.

    One potential implication of the leaked data, strongly denied by McLaren, is that the British team benefited from an insight into what made the Ferraris the fastest cars on the grid in the early stages of the Formula One season.

    Since April McLaren have out-performed their main rivals, though Ferrari have enjoyed a recent resurgence including a Kimi Raikkonen victory on Sunday.


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    Button vows to remain loyal to Honda

    Jenson Button on Sunday denied reports that he could seek refuge after a disastrous 2007 season with Honda by switching back to Renault.

    The 27-year-old Briton last raced for the Enstone-based team alongside Jarno Trulli in 2002, but he insisted at Silverstone that he will stay loyal to his long-term Honda deal.

    "I'm staying with Honda," Button is quoted as saying by the newspaper Daily Mail.

    He finished Sunday's British Grand Prix out of the points, insisting that he was "reasonably happy with our performance" on the high-speed Northamptonshire venue.

    "It's very tough at the moment but I know this team can pull themselves out of a rut.
    And they definitely will," Button continued, referring to Brackley-based Honda, which boasts one of the biggest budgets in the sport.

    "They are a very strong team and they won't give up until they get back on the top step of the podium. And regularly as well."

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    (one of the greatest overtakes by FIA)
    Belgian 2000: Mika Häkkinen overtakes Michael Schumacher
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfLD9tAVNSE

    Schumi was one of the greatest drivers in F1 but dont treat him like a unstoppable/untouchable...

    all this Ferrari fan base today is the product of Schumacher era... Kimi wasnt important for Ferrari fans when he was in McLaren last year...

    if you criticize other teams then be cool if someone says anything about Ferrari/Schumi...
    I have always drawn a great deal of moral comfort from Humpty Dumpty.. as all the King's horses and all the King's men couldnt put Humpty Dumpty back together again.. you know why?.. because there is no Humpty Dumpty! _______________________________________________________________________________________________ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gt8Y93k0pB0 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_O0hD5nQVg

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    @ Haceeb, agree you mate on the last one... Does anyone know Alan Prost.. Mclaren and Ferrari both teams... And he was a arrogant driver too...

    Well Schumi was schumi but at the same time he is not imortal..

    love too see the mika schumi struggle but cant afford to do so (dun have so much bandwidth these days to stream online.)
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    Felipe Massa fastest in mixed conditions

    Felipe Massa topped the timesheets today for Ferrari in what was the second of a three day test at the legendary Spa Francorchamps circuit. Rain in the afternoon limited running somewhat, but Massa was able to record a best lap of 1:46.698s, within a tenth of a second of the Tuesday pace recorded by Lewis Hamilton.

    Fernando Alonso took over testing duties today for the McLaren Mercedes squad and posted the second fastest time of the day, three-tenths off Massa’s best. Heikki Kovalainen was an encouraging third fastest in his Renault ahead of Ralf Schumacher in his Toyota.

    Adrian Sutil, who hands the Spyker Ferrari over to Christian Klien tomorrow, set an impressive fifth fastest time ahead of Red Bull and Honda racers David Coulthard and Jenson Button.

    After the disappointment of losing the lead in the Champ Car World Series standings on Sunday, Sebastien Bourdais was back in action with the Toro Rosso Ferrari squad. The Frenchman completed 53 laps and managed a solid eighth fastest time of the day.

    Nico Rosberg set the ninth fastest in his Williams Toyota ahead of Anthony Davidson in his Super Aguri Honda and finally Robert Kubica in his BMW Sauber.

    Spa Francorchamps* - 11/07/2007
    1 . F. Massa - Ferrari F2007 - 1:46.698 (+ 0.000 ) - 54 laps
    2 .
    F. Alonso - McLaren Mercedes MP4-22 - 1:47.012 (+ 0.314 ) - 68 laps
    3 . H. Kovalainen - Renault R27 - 1:47.754 (+ 1.056 ) - 44 laps
    4 . R. Schumacher - Toyota TF107 - 1:48.534 (+ 1.836 ) - 29 laps
    5 . A. Sutil - Spyker Ferrari F8-VII - 1:48.873 (+ 2.175 ) - 49 laps
    6 . D. Coulthard - Red Bull Renault RB3 - 1:48.915 (+ 2.217 ) - 40 laps
    7 . J. Button - Honda RA107 - 1:49.526 (+ 2.828 ) - 50 laps
    8 . S. Bourdais - Toro Rosso Ferrari STR2 - 1:49.732 (+ 3.034 ) - 53 laps
    9 . N. Rosberg - Williams Toyota FW29 - 1:50.295 (+ 3.597 ) - 52 laps
    10 . A. Davidson - Super Aguri Honda SA07 - 1:52.438 (+ 5.740 ) - 54 laps
    11 . R. Kubica - BMW Sauber F1.07 - 1:55.155 (+ 8.457 ) - 29 laps.

    * Times courtesy of Renault

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    @NS i was abt to post the same... :s
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    There is a lot of other stuff to post mate.
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    Ferrari receive Coughlan affidavit
    Wed 11 Jul, 07:41 PM


    In light of the hearing yesterday in the High Court in London, relating to the case between Ferrari S.p.A. and the Coughlans, the Italian team this evening sent out a press release.


    Ferrari wish to make clear the following with regard to the ongoing legal action against suspended McLaren Mercedes Chief Designer Mike Coughlan and his wife Trudy.


    'The legal teams on both sides had reached an agreement on two procedural points that were to be discussed in a further hearing this morning.'


    'Therefore, the hearing in which these procedural points were to be discussed has been cancelled. Mike Coughlan has today provided Ferrari with an affidavit relating to relevant facts and Ferrari has agreed not to forward the affidavit to the Italian criminal authorities.'


    'The agreement reached between the parties therefore concerns only the procedural aspects mentioned above.'


    'The case brought by Ferrari in England against the Coughlans therefore continues in terms of what is decided by the High Court in London.'

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    Raikkonen eyes Nurburgring challenge.

    Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen has revealed that he is looking positively at the challenge of the Nurburgring, so often his nemesis on the Formula One race calendar in recent years.

    The Finn, who has won the previous two grand prix in France and Britain, was forced out of the 2003 and 2004 races with engine failure while his suspension let him down in 2005. Last year he completed the race for the first time in his career, finishing third from pole position.

    "It was great to win two races in a row: the team and I needed that," he said. "We must continue to work hard to stay ahead of our main rivals.

    "I always enjoy this track, so let's hope we can make it a hat-trick. Just like at Magny-Cours and at Silverstone, I have never had a perfect race there with my former team. It's time to succeed."

    Former McLaren driver Raikkonen is now 18 points behind championship leader Lewis Hamilton, one of his replacements at the British team, who has continued his streak of ending on the podium in every race this season.

    Hamilton's team-mate Fernando Alonso separates them, with Felipe Massa, the other Ferrari driver, in fourth.

    "The second part of the championship has begun and you can see how the performance pendulum is easily swinging from one side to the other," he cautioned the McLaren pair.

    "Obviously I want it to stay on our side and that I continue to win: and at the end of the season we'll do the calculations."

    Massa revealed his own title ambitions at testing in Spa.

    "I still think the championship is possible and we are just arriving at the middle of the season," he said. "We have many races to go.

    "We will have a competitive car to the last lap of the last race.

    "I think most of the circuits will be good for our car, so it is looking good for the future."

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    divwidth: 100%; background-color: #999900""spancolor: #000033""Spa test - day two : 11 July

    Inclement and inconsistent weather conditions may have hampered day two of testing at Spa-Francorchamps ahead of the European Grand Prix, but they did little to disguise the fact that once again Ferrari seemed to have arch-rivals McLaren on the ropes.

    Red Bull Racing's press release pointed out: 'Spa is definitely the place to go if you like to experience all sorts of weather in a short period of time.' On a day marred by persistent showers, it was a succinct and accurate appraisal.

    Felipe Massa ended proceedings just over three tenths of a second clear of reigning double world champion Fernando Alonso, with the Brazilian concentrating on set-up work for September's Belgian Grand Prix and development of new components before team-mate and British Grand Prix winner Kimi Raikkonen takes over on Thursday. Alonso - trying out Spa's revised layout for the first time - looked at systems, set-up, damper and aerodynamic work and will remain behind the wheel for the third and final day of the test.

    Heikki Kovalainen was third-fastest for Renault, albeit a further seven tenths adrift. The Finn - who has come on increasingly strong in recent races following a shaky start to his maiden campaign in the top flight - certainly seemed to enjoy his first taste of the legendary Ardennes track in a Formula 1 machine.

    "I raced here in GP2 a couple of years ago," the 25-year-old explained, "but the first time in an F1 car is always a bit different, no matter which circuit it is. The car balance was good straightaway, and I think we have a good baseline to work from over the grand prix weekend.

    "We tried to get the most out of the changing track conditions by working on tuning the set-up for the wet, particularly focusing on the control systems. That was a good programme, and we found some interesting things. In spite of the changeable weather I think we got the most out of the day, and the results were encouraging."

    "The poor conditions certainly cost us track time today," added chief test engineer Christian Silk, "but it was important to prepare for the possibility of rain during the race weekend in September. We did different length runs on different tyres and in different conditions to learn as much as possible.

    "Heikki got to grips with the circuit revisions very quickly and was quite pleased with the car balance and handling. We will be looking to complete a busy day of work with Giancarlo (Fisichella) tomorrow - our last day of this test - as we try and make up some of the time we lost today."

    Ralf Schumacher wound up fourth-quickest for Toyota for the second day in succession - despite completing the fewest laps of any driver present - as the Japanese squad bids to erase the memory of a disastrous British Grand Prix that had promised so much, with a much more encouraging performance in its home race at the Nürburgring next time out. The German focused on work on the engine, coolers and other systems, practice starts and some wet running. He professed himself pleased with the improvements made.

    "When it rains here like it did today it can be dry in one part of the circuit and wet in another," the 32-year-old stated, "making it difficult to draw comparisons. Still, over these two days we've completed some positive work despite the weather.

    "The car performed well overall so we can look forward to the race here with confidence. We were quick at Silverstone and this track has similar characteristics with a lot of high-speed corners, so it should suit us when we come here in September.

    "The next race is at a completely different type of track, but we will obviously push as hard as we can to achieve a good result there too. Over the last few races I've become increasingly comfortable with my set-up and the whole team is working hard as we chase a successful second half of the year."

    "It was a bit much to expect two rain-free days around Spa," added Toyota test team manager Gerd Pfeifer, "so today's weather came as no surprise. The track was damp in the morning, so we delayed going out until the racing line was dry so as not to waste mileage. We eventually put in about 20 laps of work on systems in the morning before the rain arrived over lunch.

    "As the afternoon progressed it became clear the conditions would not improve so we decided to do some wet testing. Before long the track was wet in some areas and dry in others, and that made it difficult to do any more productive work. On a day like this no one will have achieved a lot, but we hope for better conditions tomorrow when Jarno (Trulli) will complete the test for us."

    Adrian Sutil was a surprise fifth-fastest for Spyker just over two seconds off the leading pace, as the young German demonstrated his undoubted talent both in the challenging conditions and around what is widely-accepted as the greatest drivers' circuit in the world. Honda test and reserve driver Christian Klien will take over the reins for the Silverstone-based outfit on day three (see separate story - click here).

    "It was not an easy day with the changes of the weather," 24-year-old Sutil acknowledged. "The morning session was ok; at first it was a little bit damp then in the end we got a dry run. The car was already set-up well from the day before. We made some changes on the aero side and some mechanical tweaks, but then the rain came in and interrupted the programme slightly.

    "In the rain we are quite competitive, perhaps moreso than in the dry. The rain tyres are a bit soft so they drop off quite quickly, but I think everyone has the same problem. I really like the circuit from F3 and today was fun too. I think we now have a good set-up for the race."

    In finishing where he did on the timesheets, Sutil outpaced Red Bull Racing's David Coulthard, who spent his time on aerodynamic work, wet weather tyre choice and testing new mechanical components on the RB3 before he hands over to team-mate Mark Webber for the final day.

    Fellow Brit Jenson Button in the Honda was next up in seventh spot, ahead of Sébastien Bourdais once more trying out the Scuderia Toro Rosso for size. The Frenchman - hotly-tipped to join the team in 2008 - focused on aero, brake and tyre work but found his efforts somewhat stymied by an afternoon mechanical failure that stopped the STR-02 out on-track. He nevertheless wound up half a second clear of the next-best driver, Williams ace Nico Rosberg in ninth.

    "The whole session was severely hampered by rain today," commented Williams test team manager Dickie Stanford. "We spent most of the day carrying out our usual set-up preparations, just waiting for dry spells and the opportunity to send the car out. As a result, we lost a lot of track time. Alex (Wurz) will take over from Nico tomorrow, so we will spend the evening converting the car and praying for better weather for our last day at Spa!"

    Super Aguri star Anthony Davidson was tenth-quickest, concentrating on electronic system analysis when the conditions allowed, with BMW-Sauber's Robert Kubica bringing up the rear. The Pole worked on wet weather tyre choice and starts, but his progress was compromised by a gearbox problem in the afternoon.

    The test concludes tomorrow (Thursday).
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    As saadtn1 is so curious abt watching a wet race.. we can expect that in germany and belgium tooo..
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    One thing is for sure that the so cald Mclaren fanatics :s are too lousy to even post something regarding mcLaren themselves... Not proper contribution to thread. Just mika schumi comparision in every line... ^o)
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    Exactly, defending Ferrari is easier.
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    I have got 4 magazines delivered to me from Dubai today that my brother sent.


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