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Posted by EddieGunner on 17.01.2007 at 15:34
well im sure we have some motorosports fans here at forum,
there so manny moto sport i like, fav is F1 offcours and Ferarri with Kimi now,
also i like World Rally Chamnpionship
im big fun os finnish drivers, in WRC is Gronholm, F1 is Kimi, Dakar Harry Vatanen who out

so waht do u think about motorosports and stuff
do we even need this topic



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Malphas

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  14.04.2013 at 02:13
The best harlem shake on the net

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  14.04.2013 at 03:22
Written by Malphas on 14.04.2013 at 02:13

The best harlem shake on the net

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Hehe.

But yeah, McLaren should def. wear themselves in Red and White. That's the thing. Leave the silver thing for the everugly Mercedes.

LATER: I don't know about you but for me McLaren WhiteRed was the thing I related back in the day, didn't matter I saw Senna dying in the classic Williams (though still have some fixation for that too). Red & White all the way!
Malphas

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  14.04.2013 at 18:08
Couldn't agree more, honda engines and the red and white marlboro pattern on the car...and bring ron dennis back

and btw the biggest mistake they did at the end of last year or perhaps i should say this year is to get kimi back in the team, i knew getting perez would be a mistake, even giving kovalainen a second chance would have been a better idea (which is actually a pretty good one)
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  09.06.2013 at 00:30
It was a fun qualifying, though it's just funny how some things never change... Many teams didn't understand it was very crucial to get on the track as soon as possible. And team radio didn't help Jenson at all? McLaren is very good in ruining things like that. Their tactics department was a joke compared to Ferrari's when Häkkinen was driving for them. Only a bit better when Kimi was there.
Malphas

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  09.06.2013 at 03:40
Well that was quite some time ago, in fact in the last few years, McLaren's tactics were always spot on while Ferrari have been screwing things up on a constant basis but yeah, it was an epic fail what they pulled off with Jenson. On the other hand, even if they did everything right, they wouldn't have been able to make something out of it as this obviously isn't McLaren's year (the car they built is actually built following the 2014 rulebook, when there will be a lot of changes and every team will have to build a totally new car...the guys in Woking obviously decided to sacrifice this year in order to collect some data for next year and only improve this car whilst all other teams will have to start from scratch...we'll see if that turns out the way the planned it in about a years time haha) anyway it was really nice to see Valteri Bottas in the top 3, he really is an amazing driver and deserved it, i hope he'll get a lot of points tomorrow. It's nice to see some new faces there and not always just red bull ferarri mercedes and lotus
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Malphas

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  22.06.2013 at 21:32
Another year at Le Mans and yet another casualty, what else did you expect?



only 12 minutes into the race, in lap 3

R.I.P. Allan, one of the greats in endurance racing
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  23.06.2013 at 18:18
R.I.P.
Malphas

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  08.10.2013 at 17:59
Takuma Sato...the grand master of causing huge collisions? after a very successful career in doing exactly that in different race series, including F1,he's nowadays in the US

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  08.10.2013 at 21:16
Written by Malphas on 08.10.2013 at 17:59

Takuma Sato...the grand master of causing huge collisions? after a very successful career in doing exactly that in different race series, including F1,he's nowadays in the US

He had one or two good races in F1, but I don't think the F1 'circus' will miss him. He wasn't the worst though, there are drivers like Narain Karthikeyan still around.
Malphas

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  08.10.2013 at 22:37
The problem is that the situation gets worse with the "paydrivers" of which the newest is Sergey Sirotkin who will drive for sauber next year and is 18 years old, and he still doesn't have his FIA superlicence for F1, but is on his way to get it in time...or at least that's what he says lol. Yes the reason he will drive is that sauber had some serious financial problems and they got some russian sponsors who asked for a russian driver to be in their team in return...now everyone in the world of F1 is concened that this kid will be a serious safety issue...and obviously, with good reason
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  15.10.2013 at 16:49
And there goes another one. R.I.P. Sean...
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  16.10.2013 at 12:08
Anyone seen "Rush" yet? I just saw it a few hours ago and it was a different movie compared to what I thought it was going to be. I don't know shit about F1, NASCAR or any other form of professional motorsport, past or present. I honestly didn't know what to expect going into this movie, other than the vague reviews I read in newspapers.

I think the characters could have been developed more. I understand why Ron Howard portrayed the characters the way that he did, because on Top Gear he stated that he "wanted to make a good movie for audiences without alienating F1 fans".

Don't get me wrong, C. Helmsworth made a good Hunt and D. Bruhl made a good Lauda, but I didn't get a very good idea of who the real drivers were outside of the vague research I did about the movie beforehand.

Either way, I'd recommend the movie to anyone that knows shit about F1, and even if you're like me, watch it.
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Malphas

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  16.10.2013 at 16:35
Haven't seen it yet cuz there is no cinema anywhere near here...gonna see it once it comes out on DVD or something like that...but other than that yeah..it should be a good movie but a few things about it aren't really as true as portrayed...for example. They made it that way so it's more appealing to a wider audience but nonetheless it should be a good movie...what's interesting is that even though the story about Hunt's and Lauda's rivalry is very interesting, it's not the most fascinating from the F1 world. There are many more stories which should be told. What i would recommend though is the movie "Senna"
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  16.10.2013 at 16:42
Haven't seen Rush, yet. Senna is a good flick, though I have to mention that it didn't really picture the furious side of Senna's person.
Malphas

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  31.12.2013 at 17:55
Have you guys heard of Michael Schumacher's skiing accident? he fell and hit his head on a stone, luckily he had a helmet, otherwise he wouldn't be alive now. He's still in an induced coma and this was the latest update on the situation

summary of what the doctors said
Via The Guardian
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  07.01.2014 at 02:38
Written by Malphas on 31.12.2013 at 17:55

Have you guys heard of Michael Schumacher's skiing accident? he fell and hit his head on a stone, luckily he had a helmet, otherwise he wouldn't be alive now. He's still in an induced coma and this was the latest update on the situation

summary of what the doctors said
Via The Guardian



Yeah I heard about it. Really sad, hopefully he makes a full recovery!
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  04.03.2014 at 00:50
Written by MetalSpider on 07.01.2014 at 02:38

Written by Malphas on 31.12.2013 at 17:55

Have you guys heard of Michael Schumacher's skiing accident? he fell and hit his head on a stone, luckily he had a helmet, otherwise he wouldn't be alive now. He's still in an induced coma and this was the latest update on the situation

summary of what the doctors said
Via The Guardian



Yeah I heard about it. Really sad, hopefully he makes a full recovery!


Latest news regarding Schumacher is that the doctors are trying to get him out of the induced coma. This started already at the end of January, let's just hope he gets out of it in a decent way without too many personality changes from the induced coma.
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