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May 14, 2008

Kimi 3rd for Turkish GP, it’s a Ferrari 1-3

Filed under: F1 — tokmoh @ 12:52 am
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Ahh…I’d knew Massa would win, just like Bahrain. He has pretty much mastered these tracks, but that’s about it. Apart from the unpredictable-and-pit-stop-strategy-dependent Monaco, I’d expect Kimi will command a lead from him as easy as drinking champagne on the podium.

Hamilton finished second, that dam McLaren black biatch, he’s pretty much taking opportunity from the fact that Heikki hit Kimi in the first lap, causing damage to the front wing of Kimi’s car, while Heikki had to pit with a punctured tyre. Well, at least Kimi still finishes on the podium, so it’s pretty good I suppose. 2 red devils on the podium is better than 1. Or none.

The best news would have to be that Kimi still leads the world championship title, albeit his lead is cut from 9 to 7 by both Massa and Hamilton. Bah, he’ll win it, muahahhahahahah.

Next stop: Rd 6. GRAND PRIX DE MONACO (Monte Carlo) 25 May

This is a track I doubt Ferrari can be strong. The ones with short wheelbase will be advantageous. Gonna see an interesting race then. This could be BMW’s first chance to win.


April 29, 2008

Kimi won in Spanish GP!! Ferrari 1-2!!

Filed under: F1 — tokmoh @ 1:23 am
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Yeah, it’s a Ferrari 1-2, with Kimi winning the race!! Massa seemed to have improved to be able to finish second, but we’ll still wait and see. The good news is, Ferrari has taken the lead for constructor’s points against BMW Sauber.

The bad news is, Heikki crashed!! Oh dear, I sincerely hope he’s fine, even if he’s from a McLaren. It’s great to see Kimi celebrated his victory for one millisecond, and then got more concerned about his fellow Finn comrade. Thankfully, he seemed to be all right, and hopefully, he’ll be able to race in Turkey GP next 2 weeks. Could this crash be Heikki’s Kubica-ed process? Ever since Kubica was involved in a horror crash in Canada last year, Kubica has become a scarily fast driver, even faster than his more experienced teammate, Nick Heidfeld!! So hopefully, from now on, Heikki can provide more drama and suspense for this year’s F1 season!! Gambatte, Heikki-san!!

Oh, another good news is Alonso retired the race with some problem with his car, WAKAKAKAKAKAKAKAKAK!!

Somehow, Kimi’s new haircut is……not suitable for him!! He looks like some British football hooligan (Rooney, perhaps?), noooo……why must his hair go T.T?!?!?! That’s why I just take this photo when he’s wearing the cap, looks ok, right? Nevertheless, I’ll still support him!! FORZA KIMI!! FORZA FERRARI!! Yohohoho!!

Next stop: PETROL OFISI TURKISH GRAND PRIX (Istanbul) 11 May

May we have another dominant Kimi victory there, yohohoho.

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