2009 Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix

MadCow809

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I thought the whole "track inspection in 15 minutes... track inspection in 15 minutes... track inspection in 10 minutes" thing was quite ridiculous.
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yup. At one stage, someone in the IRC channel even suggested to let all the drivers duke it out in the medical car / SC :lol:
 

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:mrgreen:

yup. At one stage, someone in the IRC channel even suggested to let all the drivers duke it out in the medical car / SC :lol:
:lol:

Jonathan Noble tweet on the weather:
Have woken to blue skies in Sao Paulo. A few clouds but very different to yesterday
If it stays like that, Williams are in trouble. I'm not sure who to predict between Barrichello and Webber for the win, I think its going to be a close one!

The one thing I am sure though is that come race time, David Coulthard will predict a Webber win :lol:.
 

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I guess they aren't allowed to drink alcohol?
 

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According to Jon Noble's Twitter, Brazilian journalists say that a downpour is expected at 3:00 pm local time, which means about 40-50 laps into the race.
If that turns out to be accurate and somehow Button manages to "limit damages" again I'm gonna throw up a bit. I wish Rubens pounds Jenson into the ground cause he's just ridiculously slow lately and it's pissing me off. I always had faith in that one and he's choking it too badly lately.
 
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