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Post by AntmanB on Sun May 20, 2012 11:16 pm

The biggest race in the world - and by the way the season has gone so far, this will be really Exciting!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Alta on Mon May 21, 2012 12:48 am

If we stick to the way the current season is going. Insanity for this race.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Magus978 on Mon May 21, 2012 1:16 am

I'm calling a Kimi or a RMN GRSJN (Romain Grosjean) win. Then again, the way this season is going, I would not be surprised to see Sauber or Force India on top of the podium.

Maybe this is the race that Kobayashi finally wins!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by flyingturns89 on Mon May 21, 2012 1:41 am

Narain to the podium!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Jason Hamilton on Mon May 21, 2012 2:57 am

Magus978 wrote:I would not be surprised to see Force India on top of the podium.


What are you smoking, and can I have some.


GO KAMUI.

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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Sparkz47 on Mon May 21, 2012 3:04 am

HRT gon' win.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Magus978 on Mon May 21, 2012 1:48 pm

unknown user wrote:
Magus978 wrote:I would not be surprised to see Force India on top of the podium.


What are you smoking, and can I have some.


GO KAMUI.


You cannot dispute the fact that we have seen unlikely event after unlikely event after unlikely freakin' event this season. Thus, shenanigans can happen and hence Paul di Resta wins Monaco and we all have asplod.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Rykia on Mon May 21, 2012 6:36 pm

Magus978 wrote:
unknown user wrote:
Magus978 wrote:I would not be surprised to see Force India on top of the podium.


What are you smoking, and can I have some.


GO KAMUI.


You cannot dispute the fact that we have seen unlikely event after unlikely event after unlikely freakin' event this season. Thus, shenanigans can happen and hence Paul di Resta wins Monaco and we all have asplod.

Force India hasn't been as slow, as say, the Caterhams, or the Marussias, or the HRT's. They could run well, ya never know. Look at Maldonado last week.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Tue May 22, 2012 12:29 pm



A young family friend directed this video to me. Absolutely fantastic, you can see who really was the best (apart from Panis sneeking in...)
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by PYLrulz on Wed May 23, 2012 12:26 am

Weather update. Still 5 days away, but for the sadists in us, they are now calling for rain on Sunday!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Tanrar on Wed May 23, 2012 1:10 am

PYLrulz wrote:Weather update. Still 5 days away, but for the sadists in us, they are now calling for rain on Sunday!

Carnage.

Carnage everywhere.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Alta on Wed May 23, 2012 1:25 am

PYLrulz wrote:Weather update. Still 5 days away, but for the sadists in us, they are now calling for rain on Sunday!
Rain + Monaco = WE PAINWRECKING NAO!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by AntmanB on Wed May 23, 2012 2:11 am

40 % chance of rain for Qualifying too.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Mystrsyko on Wed May 23, 2012 12:01 pm

I'm have a strong feeling that, even without the rain, there will be quite a few incidents this year. I think the drop off in performance with the tire wear this year will catch a few drivers out, and with Monaco having absolutely no room for any error...
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Wed May 23, 2012 1:39 pm

Mystrsyko wrote:I'm have a strong feeling that, even without the rain, there will be quite a few incidents this year. I think the drop off in performance with the tire wear this year will catch a few drivers out, and with Monaco having absolutely no room for any error...

I'm in doubt a lack of grip will cause a mass of the 21 best drivers in the world (no, I don't include the HRTs or Charles Pic) to have an incident, especially with the tyres of the previous season having a similar drop off slightly later in the race. Of course there's always the likelihood that Karthikeyan will drive into a faster car after being lapped for the 12th time.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Wed May 23, 2012 1:53 pm

5 races and 5 different winners including 2 first-time winners, hope Hamilton can make it 6.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Wed May 23, 2012 2:23 pm

Button already won, we can't have a team winning two races this year! It's turn for Renault or Sauber.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Wed May 23, 2012 2:29 pm

Milan655 wrote:Button already won, we can't have a team winning two races this year! It's turn for Renault or Sauber.

Well it feels like everyone's in contention for the title this year, and Monaco is the race that everybody want to win.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Mystrsyko on Wed May 23, 2012 3:58 pm

Milan655 wrote:I'm in doubt a lack of grip will cause a mass of the 21 best drivers in the world (no, I don't include the HRTs or Charles Pic) to have an incident, especially with the tyres of the previous season having a similar drop off slightly later in the race. Of course there's always the likelihood that Karthikeyan will drive into a faster car after being lapped for the 12th time.
Don't forget, Monaco is a narrow canyon of a track, so the rubber from the tires wont be able to dissipate very much outside the groove. Late in the race, I expect, it will be quite hazardous trying to attempt a pass outside the racing line due to all the marbles that will build up. Worn tires=>slide wide=>marbles=>wall
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Wed May 23, 2012 5:22 pm

For those that don't have the ability to watch the Formula 1 on TV (in particular us Brits) http://www.vipbox.tv/watch/32669/1/sky-f1--live-stream-online.html
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Rykia on Wed May 23, 2012 8:44 pm

Milan655 wrote:For those that don't have the ability to watch the Formula 1 on TV (in particular us Brits) http://www.vipbox.tv/watch/32669/1/sky-f1--live-stream-online.html

I have the ability, but won't have my Dish available Sunday, so I think I'll use this. Thanks, Milano!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by flyingturns89 on Wed May 23, 2012 9:00 pm

Mystrsyko wrote:
Milan655 wrote:I'm in doubt a lack of grip will cause a mass of the 21 best drivers in the world (no, I don't include the HRTs or Charles Pic) to have an incident, especially with the tyres of the previous season having a similar drop off slightly later in the race. Of course there's always the likelihood that Karthikeyan will drive into a faster car after being lapped for the 12th time.
Don't forget, Monaco is a narrow canyon of a track, so the rubber from the tires wont be able to dissipate very much outside the groove. Late in the race, I expect, it will be quite hazardous trying to attempt a pass outside the racing line due to all the marbles that will build up. Worn tires=>slide wide=>marbles=>wall

And here comes Vettel like he was shot out of a canyon! Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by bartman97 on Wed May 23, 2012 10:14 pm

Luckily Channel 10 is a free-to-air channel, but unfortunately I have to go to school.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Sparkz47 on Thu May 24, 2012 12:13 am

flyingturns89 wrote:And here comes Vettel like he was shot out of a canyon! Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Jason Hamilton on Thu May 24, 2012 2:33 am

Magus978 wrote:
unknown user wrote:
Magus978 wrote:I would not be surprised to see Force India on top of the podium.


What are you smoking, and can I have some.


GO KAMUI.


You cannot dispute the fact that we have seen unlikely event after unlikely event after unlikely freakin' event this season. Thus, shenanigans can happen and hence Paul di Resta wins Monaco and we all have asplod.

The Williams is a much better car than the Force India, but so is everything that is not a Caterham, Maussia or HRT.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by f1fan12 on Thu May 24, 2012 6:31 am

unknown user wrote:
Magus978 wrote:
unknown user wrote:
Magus978 wrote:I would not be surprised to see Force India on top of the podium.


What are you smoking, and can I have some.


GO KAMUI.


You cannot dispute the fact that we have seen unlikely event after unlikely event after unlikely freakin' event this season. Thus, shenanigans can happen and hence Paul di Resta wins Monaco and we all have asplod.

I never knew why everyone likes Force India, the car looks like a 4 year old threw a bunch of paint on it, I don't care for either of their drivers, they always chose bad drivers Adrian Sufail, Luizzi, Hulkenberg (Who I think won't do anything this year). The only good manegment moves by Force India were letting Fischcella go to Ferrari to fill in for Massa, and firing Sufail and Luizzi.

The Williams is a much better car than the Force India, but so is everything that is not a Caterham, Maussia or HRT.
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Post by RetrogradeRenegade on Thu May 24, 2012 5:01 pm

f1fan12 wrote:I never knew why everyone likes Force India, the car looks like a 4 year old threw a bunch of paint on it, I don't care for either of their drivers, they always chose bad drivers Adrian Sufail, Luizzi, Hulkenberg (Who I think won't do anything this year). The only good manegment moves by Force India were letting Fischcella go to Ferrari to fill in for Massa, and firing Sufail and Luizzi.

After Super Aguri dropped out, they were the de facto plucky backmarkers trying to make ends meet. Then Spa 2009 came out of absolutely nowhere, and I think there's still a lot of residual goodwill from then, even if they are basically turning into Indian-flavoured Sauber.

As for their driver choices, I always thought Sutil was a fairly solid driver, especially in 2010 and 2011, when he was clearly leading the team both years. Liuzzi, yes, he was rubbish, Hulkenberg I think it's still too soon to judge, but I don't think he's anything special. And I think letting Fisichella go to Ferrari was a very bad move for Force India, he could've won or at least gotten another podium for them in Italy. But Mallya wanted Liuzzi in the car...
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Sat May 26, 2012 5:59 am

f1fan12 wrote:I never knew why everyone likes Force India, the car looks like a 4 year old threw a bunch of paint on it, I don't care for either of their drivers, they always chose bad drivers Adrian Sufail, Luizzi, Hulkenberg (Who I think won't do anything this year). The only good manegment moves by Force India were letting Fischcella go to Ferrari to fill in for Massa, and firing Sufail and Luizzi.

Not quite sure why you dislike Sutil and Hulkenberg, they are both very, very good drivers. Sutil didn't get fired as well, he was caught in a bar fight Razz


In other news, Maldonado is back to his "wanker-ish" ways, just drove into Perez before crashing at Casino, in P3-Red Flag. Williams look to be struggling with both cars, struggling for the balance it looks-big lock up by Senna, and can't quite turn in.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Sat May 26, 2012 8:51 am

Wow. Jenson Burton did not make it past Q2.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Sat May 26, 2012 8:56 am

"Fernando, Felipe is faster than you. Can you confirm you understood this message?" Very Happy
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Sat May 26, 2012 9:10 am

Schmachet on pole, but he won't be.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Mystrsyko on Sun May 27, 2012 7:59 am

The intro was pretty cool with the historic footage mixed in
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by PYLrulz on Sun May 27, 2012 8:08 am

And they play bumper cars early
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Sun May 27, 2012 8:09 am

Already I chaotic start. Hamilton didn't get a good start (don't think it was his fault), Schumacher got squeezed into the wall by Grosjean who went out, and Maldonado is out after clashing with de la Rosa who has also gone out.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by PYLrulz on Sun May 27, 2012 8:20 am

Kobayashi is now out, and there's some rain in the area.

If there is a time for the Caterhams, Marussias, and HRT to score points, this could be the day
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by RealRacer4 on Sun May 27, 2012 8:21 am

Roman Grosjean might've won rejects of the race already. That, right there, is what you call derping.

RAIN IN 15 LAPS. OH BOY, HERE WE GO.

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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Sun May 27, 2012 9:25 am

This Race is turning rather boring.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by PKligBKFan on Sun May 27, 2012 9:52 am

I don't even watch F1 nor know the strategy but as soon as Jean Eric Vergne pulled into the pits to put the intermediates on, I knew the team screwed themselves over...
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by AntmanB on Sun May 27, 2012 9:53 am

I enjoyed the last 15 laps or so. Great Race.

and btw, monaco can get really boring with only 2 passing places.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Nascar9fan on Sun May 27, 2012 9:54 am

What a finish. Great victory for Webber & that makes it 6 different winners from the first 6 races. I'm gonna guess that Hamilton or Massa will win the next round
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Alta on Sun May 27, 2012 9:55 am

Good race. Interesting beginning, meh middle, but awesome ending.

Good win by Webber, was just to much for Rosberg in the 2nd half of the track. (Where Rosberg seemed faster in the first half)

OH CANADA! Next up, More fun and games!
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by PYLrulz on Sun May 27, 2012 9:57 am

Interesting watching to see if it would rain or not.

On to cross across the pond, and get ready for 500 more miles of racing
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by pepsibottle1 on Sun May 27, 2012 10:00 am

This boys, is why you watch the entire race. If anyone thinks F1 is boring after watching that finish, please leave.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by PKligBKFan on Sun May 27, 2012 10:04 am

pepsibottle1 wrote:This boys, is why you watch the entire race. If anyone thinks F1 is boring after watching that finish, please leave.

I'm not saying it was boring after it but I am saying that just because the finish was good doesn't mean the whole race was.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Sparkz47 on Sun May 27, 2012 10:11 am

This was my first time watching an F1 race the full way through, and I must say, I was not disappointed. Absolutely wonderful finish, and the whole tire drama about when it was going to rain made even the "meh" middle of the race rather interesting.

Overall, great race. Can't wait to see more.

Alta wrote:OH CANADA! Next up, More fun and games!

Yeah budday.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Sun May 27, 2012 10:11 am

RealRacer4 wrote:Roman Grosjean might've won rejects of the race already. That, right there, is what you call derping..

You are very wrong to say that. There was nothing wrong he did there to cause the incident. Yes, he was too low on the RPM to start and stalled, but the crash was not inflicted through "derping", if anything Michael should not have tried to go around with the way the access wall bends into the racing line.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by RealRacer4 on Sun May 27, 2012 10:20 am

Milan655 wrote:
RealRacer4 wrote:Roman Grosjean might've won rejects of the race already. That, right there, is what you call derping..

You are very wrong to say that. There was nothing wrong he did there to cause the incident. Yes, he was too low on the RPM to start and stalled, but the crash was not inflicted through "derping", if anything Michael should not have tried to go around with the way the access wall bends into the racing line.

After seeing another replay, yes, I would agree Schumi was being quite aggressive, but at the same time, Roman had enough room to his right to give him some room. I would take back what I said about Roman winning rejects of the race though and hand it to Verde's team for that poor gamble that costed him a points finish.

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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Sun May 27, 2012 10:44 am

Schumacher has the speed and the talent, but he doesn't seem to have the luck.
He either causes himself to have problems or reliability lets him down.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by Milan655 on Sun May 27, 2012 10:49 am

Although he has half the talent that he used to have, he still know how to drive Monaco supremely well. If you watch him take his lines behind Kimi, they were so different. Take Rascasse for example: Raikkonen was in the middle of the track heading toward rascasse, and came out beside the wall running quickly. However, Michael keeps wide against the wall pulls in and is tight toward the inside of the circuit, yet against all odds still finds himself travelling faster than Raikkonen, an already fast driver.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

Post by BWard on Sun May 27, 2012 10:52 am

Milan655 wrote:Although he has half the talent that he used to have, he still know how to drive Monaco supremely well. If you watch him take his lines behind Kimi, they were so different. Take Rascasse for example: Raikkonen was in the middle of the track heading toward rascasse, and came out beside the wall running quickly. However, Michael keeps wide against the wall pulls in and is tight toward the inside of the circuit, yet against all odds still finds himself travelling faster than Raikkonen, an already fast driver.

he ran a decent race, but it's stuff like this that happen's to him all the time.
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Re: 2012 Monaco GP

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