- Jun 2, 2005
- 75' Ford Escort 1.6 Sport
alonso needs 5 more points than hamilton, Kimi wins if he gets 1st, Hamilton 6th of below and alonso 3rd or below.
BUGGER!! TVU isnt working for me. I have to wait for Ten to show the race at 1AM!!
Where can Hamilton finish in Brazil in order for Alonso or Kimi to win the championship?
Even though I'm not really a Hamilton fan, must say I was dissappointed to see him retire. How ironic that the first time he speaks to ITV on the grid he retires?
Although the first part of the race was dull, it really did come alive later on. Absolutely thrilled to see Kimi win and keep his title hopes alive, I had ruled him out after Fuji. And of course fantastic to see the greatest racing team ever win their 200th GP.
And great drive by young Vettel, he more then made up for last week, showing he may well have the brightest future of all the young drivers. Meanwhile the guy he crashed into last week was busy making signals at his team-mate and getting overtaken in the process. :lol:
As a McLaren and Hamilton supporter, I wouldn't mind that one bit. Hamilton will really be in trouble if Alonso manages to win the race. So if it Ferrari 1-3, McLaren 2-4 then all the better for Hamilton. All he has to do is avoid a DNF.great race, i pray for more rain in sao paulo and a ferrari front row just to make the mclarens work harder and make it more nail biting