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    @Comtrak
    Reliability was always a problem for Ferrari before the Schumacher, Brawn, Todt and Byrne era. So many people having left the team it`s bound to have an effect on the team.


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    A word of caution. You can only select a team or driver for no more than 4 races. If you select them after that they will not score points for you. So make sure you don`t exceed the limit.
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    hami and kova given 5 place panelty : for blocking heidfield and alonso
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    Nice effort by ferrari specially by Massa. and the McLaren season its always mixed. Both drivers penalised for intrepting the flying lap cars. Hekki will start 8th and Hamilton will start 9th.
    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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    @ uncle cracker

    thanx

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    hey nice to see people getting involved in the fomula 1 league fantasy game....great work UK , NS n everyone else involved with the whole thing!
    uhh man ive been soo busy with work n studies i m hardly getting time to come online...neways looking fwd to tom race...bloody FIA gave 5 place penalty to the woking squad.... but ne how they will be passing all the cars infront including the red scarlets in 5-10 laps time.. ..soo i hope most of u guys r still sticking wid mclaren as the team in the fantasy f1 game!
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    I wont be able to see the race as well mate. Partly because I am busy and partly because my cable only shows Arabic channels here.

    But I don't really need to watch. Everyone knows the result. A formation finish for the scarlet cars.
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    @ns...kewl man i read somewhere u in dubai...soo wats the place like? heard alotta stuff abt it...man same problem here we dont get live races...they only show recording 8 hrs later...soo its pretty crappy here...not like paki soo have to stick to SOPcast to watch live race but sometimes the channels r down soo it can really becoming irritating.
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    The iceman has spoken... he is baaaaaaaaaaaack!
    It was a nice race i think... it sort of sucked that massa lost it in the middle there... I think if he hadn't a ferrari 1 - 2 would have been an almost certainty.

    I loved the fact that trulli held off hamilton... not because hamilton got screwed as a result but because these underperformers of the 2K7 season are actually showing up to these races with something to offer... they aren't being shoved off to the side. And BMW... well well well... it'll be an interesting season after all... and good on Webber too... the guy did some good driving there...

    Next stop... Bahrain!
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    my congrats to all....

    webber drove too gud today!
    feel sorry for massa
    and ferrari pace! awesome..
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    yea that was spossed to happen....well done kimi

    massa always do that sort of mistakes.....and see alonso......lol

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    lol yr driver is kicking his A$$ still nothing in his favor
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    Good race. Ferrari showed their true pace and while they walked away with an easy win i think the gap is slightly flattering given the two Mclarens were compromised after the penalty which denied us another chance to see the two teams in a straight fight.
    If i were on the BMW pit wall i`d be asking Heidfeld if he was sleeping for the first 54 laps of the race given that he pumped in the fastest lap of the race on the penultimate lap.
    Williams missed out on scoring decent points with poor qualifying. Trulli drove well and showed Toyota have taken a clear step forward.
    With the competition so tight in the midfield how Honda must rue the lost points in Australia.
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    Hamilton’s Malaysian strife tarnishes Melbourne shine

    Following his dominant performance in Melbourne, McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton had set a formidable benchmark for his 2008 season. But a week later at Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix the situation couldn’t be more different, with Hamilton forced onto the back foot after a difficult Sepang weekend.

    Hamilton’s troubles started on Saturday, with both he and team mate Heikki Kovalainen dropping five places on the grid, after stewards decided the duo had blocked rivals during the closing stages of Q3. An excellent start by the British driver, however, saw him leapfrog up the field but he was then caught behind Red Bull’s Mark Webber and was unable to get by.
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    y are u posting things from formula1 website ..loser.

    so thnks to wapda i never watchd the end of the race.. i was able to watch from 12 to 1 pm... hapy tht Massa "yello lil bastar*" spun.. but really felling sorry for Alonso
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    Judge McLaren after Spain, says Dennis

    McLaren boss Ron Dennis shrugged off a frustrating Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday and said the team's pace could not be fairly evaluated until after the fourth race of the season.

    McLaren started the year on a high note, Lewis Hamilton winning the opening race in Melbourne with teammate Heikki Kovalainen in fifth, but the pair could not match the Ferraris at Sepang after being penalised five places in qualifying.


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    Hamilton sure McLaren will bounce back

    Lewis Hamilton's thirst for victory remained unquenched on Sunday after the Formula One championship leader laboured to fifth place in the Malaysian heat.

    The Briton was already on the back foot after being handed a five-place grid penalty for impeding cars in qualifying, and his problems were only exacerbated by a bungled pitstop and malfunctioning water bottle.


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    Massa mystified by Sepang spin

    Felipe Massa will leave Malaysia with no world championship points after dramatically spinning off just after half-distance.

    The Brazilian started from pole position and controlled the opening stint, but lost the lead to Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen at the first round of pit stops.


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    Yeah bro, I am int he UAE atleast for three months. I guess I won't be able to watch any of the coming few races because we have Office on Sunday and off-days are Friday and Saturday. I can't watch repeats becaus the Sports channels aren't showing.

    Is there any other way to watch a GP? Live Streaming or etc.?
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    @NS
    Here is a site that can solve your problem. 10 pounds and you can watch F1 and Moto GP.

    http://www.live-racing.tv/


    You can get Live Timings from formula1.com for everything including free practice, qualifying and racing.
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    Theissen: BMW can win this year

    BMW motorsport director Mario Theissen is confident that his team are on course to secure their maiden Formula One victory this year after another second place in the Malaysian Grand Prix.

    Robert Kubica followed up Nick Heidfeld's runner-up position from Melbourne to cross the finish line behind Kimi Raikkonen in Sepang, as BMW Sauber continue to threaten favourites McLaren and Ferra


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