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    F1 2009 SEASON IS OVER AND HENCE THREAD CLOSED!










    FOR F1 SEASON 2010 , PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING THREAD:










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    It's over 2 hours and 57 minutes after it all started. Rubens seems to be running light, but it's still better to be on pole unlike his two title rivals who were knocked out in Q1 and Q2. Vettel mis-timed his runs in Q1 resulting in him being knocked out while Button and Brawn GP made a tactical error by not putting on inters for Q2. Webber should win the race given his car and position on the grid but it would be nice if Barrichello can break his Interlagos jinx and go on to win the race, with hopefully Button not scoring any points. He has gotten away with some very mediocre drives in the second half of the season and managed to keep his lead intact, maybe a reflection of his opposition, but perhaps this time he, Button, might pay for his poor qualifying form.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Here are the post qualifying weights for all the drivers.

    - Formula 1 - Season 2009 - -1006228




    Liuzzi surprised by qualifying crash



    Vitantonio Liuzzi said that he was surprised by his crash that brought out the red flags during the second part of Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying at Interlagos.



    Button rues costly tyre mistake



    Jenson Button's hopes of wrapping up the world championship in Brazil were dealt a serious blow after the Brawn driver qualified a lowly 14th for Sunday's race at Interlagos.



    Elated Barrichello keeps feet on ground



    Rubens Barrichello was a delighted man after grabbing pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix, but the Brawn driver admitted there was still a long way to go before he could celebrate properly.



    Sutil delighted with third position



    Adrian Sutil declared himself "very happy" with his third place on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.



    Webber: F1 must learn from rain chaos



    Lessons have been learned about the capabilities of Formula 1 cars in wet conditions, following the 160-minute-long delayed and interrupted wet qualifying session for the Brazilian Grand Prix, that is the view of Mark Webber.



    Raikkonen: Car better in heavy rain



    Kimi Raikkonen reckons Ferrari would have had a much stronger Interlagos qualifying session had the weather not improved.



    Strong qualifier Buemi wants dry race



    Sebastien Buemi wants a dry race in Brazil despite recording a career best sixth place grid position in the chaotic rain-hit qualifying session at Interlagos.



    Rosberg happy with wet pace



    Nico Rosberg believes he could have qualified higher up the grid in Brazil had the session stayed fully wet in Q3.



    Kobayashi frustrated to miss top ten



    Kamui Kobayashi said he was frustrated to miss the top ten in his first ever qualifying session ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix.



    Trulli reprimanded for impeding



    Jarno Trulli has been reprimanded by the Brazilian Grand Prix stewards after it was deemed he impeded Toro Rosso's Sebastien Buemi during qualifying.



    Button needs 'hell of a race' for title



    Jenson Button has admitted he needs to deliver a 'hell of a race' in Brazil on Sunday if he is going to prevent the world championship battle going all the way to the finale in Abu Dhabi.



    Horner says Vettel paid for bad luck



    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said that Sebastian Vettel's dismal qualifying position for the Brazilian Grand Prix was down to nothing more than bad luck.



    Brawn happy with Abu Dhabi showdown



    Ross Brawn says he has no problem with the drivers' championship being decided in the final race of the season, as long as it's only his two drivers fighting for the title.
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    Gearbox change caps off a bad day for Liuzzi


    Tonio Liuzzi will move to the very rear of the grid after crashing heavily during Interlagos qualifying on Saturday. The Italian actually recorded 15th place on the grid in his Force India before aquaplaning on the pit straight.


    @UK


    Want to laugh then read these two topics from Autosport Forum and Planet F1 Forum.


    And as Liuzzi now out of the way Vettel will start behind Button on P15.
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    them topics posted by @genius83 are worth reading:

    "Jenson won't blow it away like Hamiltion....... He'll do it completely in his own style "

    just like last year its again a BRAZILIAN vs a BRIT for the title... lets see what happens
    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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    The race is starting now, 10 o` clock ZST.


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    Yes, Button will blow it his way hopefully Watch out for Vettel in the race today, who had a dry set up yesterday.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Jenson Button is world champion There was little hope, but that was taken care by Hamilton hitting thee rear tire of Barrichello, which resulted in the Brazilian having a puncture which has effectively ended the world championship. The best of the mediocre drivers fighting this year's title will be world champion in about 4 laps time.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Congratulations to Jenson Button!
    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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    Congratulations to genius83 and Beglar, especially to genius83 as it was his friend Steve Slatter's birthday and Button won the titile
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Lots of drama at the start of this race and fast exits!. Congrats to Button.
    Age is a very high price to pay for maturity.

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    Britain won James Button

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    h1Button World Champion/h1

    Jenson Button clinched the 2009 Formula 1 world championship by coming through to fifth in the Brazilian Grand Prix, as Mark Webber took a comfortable victory for Red Bull.


    Sebastian Vettel made it up to fourth from 15th on the grid, but that was not enough to keep his title bid alive, while Button's closest rival and Brawn team-mate Rubens Barrichello was only running fourth when he had to pit with a puncture eight laps from the end, ending his last remote hope of the championship.


    The result also gave Brawn a remarkable Constructors' Championship title in the team's first year, less than 12 months after Honda's departure left its staff facing an apparently bleak future.


    Behind Webber, Robert Kubica (BMW) took his best result of the year in second, and Lewis Hamilton (McLaren) came through from the tail of the field for third.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    Barrichello upbeat despite no glory


    Rubens Barrichello remained upbeat despite losing the world championship title to his Brawn team-mate Jenson Button in the Brazilian Grand Prix - insisting that 2009 had still been an incredible season for him too.


    Despite starting 13 places clear of Button on pole position at Interlagos, Barrichello slipped to third by the time the first pitstops were complete, then later dropped to eighth with a puncture, while Button came through to finish fifth - putting the championship beyond his team-mate's reach.


    But Barrichello was not downcast - pointing out that 12 months ago it looked like he might leave Formula 1 with a whimper as Honda considered dropping him for 2009.


    "I've said before that people put flowers on my coffin at the beginning of the year, and I was back, driving a fantastic car and I was so, so up for it." Barrichello told reporters.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    h4Vettel philosophical about title loss/h4

    Sebastian Vettel was naturally disappointed to see his remote title hopes evaporate in the Brazilian Grand Prix, but felt he had achieved as much as he could by charging from 15th on the grid to fourth.


    Vettel finished only one place ahead of Jenson Button – not nearly enough to stay in the title chase until the final round in Abu Dhabi – and reckoned the damage had been done in qualifying.


    “I think there is a guy at Brawn who is happier than me today,” he said.


    “All in all it was a good race – starting from the back and finishing fourth.


    “We were helped by some people crashing, but I think fourth was the maximum we could do today.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    @UK


    You are pouring salt on my wounds, now seriously a real exciting race thats for sure, right. As for Steve Slater's birthday he has give us another genuine info regarding the engine configuration that these are 2.5 V8s and not the 2.4 V8s. Some of the classic moments are Trulli Sutil incident and the most unlucky driver Alonso also caught in that action after Sutil travel across the grass back to the track crashing into him. Trulli cursing Sutil for the crash while in reality he has lost control on his own and crashed into Sutil and as they are in a wild argument I was hoping we may see a repeat of Nelson Piquet Snr Salarzar incident. Also Kimi the iceman going through the fuel spilling from Heikki's fuel hose and leaving a trail of Fire. How much you appreciate Kamui Kobayashi because I think he is the best rookie debut this season, although Nakajima crash was mostly Kobayashi's fault but Nakajima could have lifted off to avoid crash and as stewards have not taken any action against Kobayashi his blocking action should be considered legal. Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button have started from the lower of the grid but I have to say Vettel's performance is far more impressive then Button's, Rubens again hit by the Interlagos badluck. Now the last moment and the championship deciding factor Lewis puncturing Barrichello's car and Button's ironic finish just like Hamilton last season at 5th to win the WDC.
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    Podium a huge surprise for Hamilton


    Lewis Hamilton admitted he was very surprised to have finished on the podium at the Brazilian Grand Prix after having started from the back of the grid.



    Buemi glad to be back in the points



    Sebastien Buemi was glad to return to the point-scoring positions after finishing in seventh place at the Brazilian Grand Prix.



    Horner hails Red Bull's season



    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said that his squad can be very proud of its performance this season following Mark Webber's victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix.



    Barrichello upbeat despite no glory



    Rubens Barrichello remained upbeat despite losing the world championship title to his Brawn team-mate Jenson Button in the Brazilian Grand Prix - insisting that 2009 had still been an incredible season for him too.



    Alonso says DNF cost him points finish



    Fernando Alonso believes that a decent points haul was ruined by his retirement from the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.



    Kobayashi sorry to miss out on points



    Kamui Kobayashi was disappointed to miss out on a points finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix, although he admitted he was pleased to finish the race.



    Raikkonen: First lap chaos cost podium



    Kimi Raikkonen says his first-lap clash cost him the chance of finishing on the podium at the Brazilian Grand Prix.



    Fry: Button proved he deserves title



    Brawn GP CEO Nick Fry reckons Jenson Button dismissed any doubts about whether he would be a worthy champion with his drive from 14th on the grid to a title-clinching fifth place finish in Brazil.



    Trulli fined for off-track behaviour



    The Brazilian Grand Prix stewards deemed no action was needed following the accident involving Jarno Trulli and Adrian Sutil.


    However, the Italian was reprimanded and fined $10,000 for his behaviour when discussing the incident with Sutil off the track.



    McLaren fined for pitlane incident



    The McLaren team has been fined $50,000 for the Brazilian Grand Prix incident that triggered a fire in the pitlane.



    Button: Brawn deserves a medal



    Ross Brawn "deserves a medal" for guiding Jenson Button to the Formula 1 world title at the Brazilian Grand Prix, according to the newly-crowned Briton.



    Barrichello lends Button his plane



    Newly crowned world champion Jenson Button will be allowed to celebrate his title with his team, friends and family in Brazil on Sunday night - after Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello generously laid on his private jet to take the Briton back home on Monday morning.


    @UK


    I forgot to mention the most surprising podium taker Robert Kubica in a BMW who would have thought that. And why Heikki's fuel hose was been removed by Brawn team mechanics while last year in almost the same incident at Singapore GP Ferrari crew have to go towards the Massa's car to remove the hanging hose and remember they first have to attend Kimi who was also in pits for his pitstop which make Massa to wait longer then Heikki. Here is a GIF image of the incident


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    @zia1288


    Thanks for liking the topic links I posted.
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    What has happened to the GIF image it should work and as I can't edit my reply thanks to some unneeded restrictions by the admins. Here is the GIF again


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    Williams to use Cosworth engines in 2010



    Williams will switch to Cosworth engines next season, AUTOSPORT has learned, after believing its prospects for success in 2010 are best served with the independent engine maker.



    Vettel: Runner-up spot not important



    Sebastian Vettel says he does not care about finishing runner-up in this year's championship after losing his chances of taking the title in Brazil.



    Mercedes celebrates Brawn titles



    Mercedes motorsport boss Norbert Haug says the German car marker was delighted with the success of the Brawn GP team this season.
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    @genius83


    Gifs are not working since Pakwheels made some changes just like you can't edit your post after 50 seconds i think.


    Congratulations once again bro on winning the titleOn a serious note, we all were hopping against hope, waiting for a miracle that would help either Barrichello or Vettel take the title from Button. Many references were made to the 2007 season, but in all honesty, and i have said this before, Ferrari did not win the 2007 title as much as Mclaren lost it. Mclaren had fallen out with one of their drivers and very clearly favoring the other as famously said by Ron Dennis in China that year. " We were racing Fernando"


    It's come come to an end now, feels like anti climax i guess with everyone expecting the title fight to go onto Abu Dhabi at least. Looking back on the races so far, one has to say that the driver who made the least mistakes, the driver who made the most of any opportunity presented to him has won the championship. Button was a bag of nerves in the second half of the season especially when his car was not the best . I will be very interested in how he goes in the last race of the season. I think now that the pressure is off, he might actually put in a good drive to finish the season. I always felt there are no undeserving world champions but Button does come pretty close to it. As for Vettel's drive, well he had the best car and the right set up for the race and the correct strategy but one wonders why he qualified where he did when his team mate was on the front row and dominated the race and how Hamilton in an inferior car to the Red Bull finished ahead of him or how Raikkonen in an even more inferior car, who had a broken front nose and had to pit on lap one, finished so close behind him.


    It's all done and dusted, bring on 2010. All the key players, almost all are in the right places. Just about every team has a decent driver, at least the big and well established teams. If Kimi goes to Toyota, that would give just about alll the teams that matter a lead driver.
    Come back, Luca Badoer, all is forgiven.

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    @UK


    That is why I say the restrictions are totally unnecessarily imposed by the PW admins. I am a member of different types of forums on internet and most of them allowed atleast a day to edit/delete my reply. Specially Pakdef.info and PakistaniDefenceForums allowed an unlimited amount of time to edit a post. Now about Pakwheels policy you and I and all other members who have been part of this forum for more then 1000 days or have over 1000 replies are not jokers or in the name of internet spammers we are here because we love being part of this forum but we are also human beings and we can mistakes and we also have the right to correct it. Yes or No. Please reply, and as for new members they should not be allowed posting a topic before a certain amount of replies or days been past.


    Now back to F1, yes I could understand that he has done the real good work in the early season but what annoyed me was his attitude which he shows in an interview when he says that
    the car is not good don't expect miracles from me
    this comment shows that he is not a deserving WDC, just imagine the fact Rubens have some problems with the braking setup in the early races and as soon he resolves that problems he starting to show good results, Vettel have 4 engines failures and he was on the verge of taking a grid penalty but he still was the only one in the whole RedBull team who says that RedBull could win both titles and he will try everything to avoid engine penalty and so that his title hopes could remain alive and he has done it and he was entered in the GP with an outside chance of having a shot at WDC. Even in this race Button was crying after he was not able to pass Kobayshi and asking his engineer to report the actions of Kobayshi to Charlie Whiting.


    You have not reply about the Heikki being assisted by Brawn's pitcrew.
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    Schumacher praises champion Button



    Michael Schumacher says he has total respect for the way that Jenson Button and Ross Brawn won the world championships this year.



    Trulli: Sutil's driving very dangerous



    Jarno Trulli insists Adrian Sutil made an "extremely dangerous" manoeuvre during the Brazilian Grand Prix, as the Italian was still furious about the accident.



    Q & A with Jarno Trulli



    Q. Are there some drivers that need a slap on the wrist? I spoke with Fernando Alonso straight after crash, as he saw the accident. He said that Sutil is totally crazy. What he did was totally crazy. Because we were probably at 250-260km/h, flat in sixth gear.
    It is a straight, even though it is a bend, because it is flat in wet and dry conditions
    – and you cannot push someone like that. If there was a wall I would have hit the wall straight. He sent me over the kerbs.


    JT:


    This reply specially the bolded part looks like a comment made by Murray Walker. I have to agree with Trulli that Sutil is dangerous but this incident is not his fault at all. I would rather say what Sutil did at Barcelona during the Spanish GP was far more dangerous then what he has done here.
    M Saad Umar-



    "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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