Hamilton Takes it with Ferrari not scoring any point
Lewis Hamilton McLaren Mercedes 1h34m50.616 Nick Heidfeld BMW Sauber + 5.478s Nico Rosberg Williams + 8.163s Fernando Alonso Renault + 17.181s Heikki Kovalainen McLaren Mercedes + 18.014s Kazuki Nakajima Williams + 1 lap Sebastien Bourdais Scuderia Toro Rosso + 3 laps Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari + 5 laps Robert Kubica BMW Sauber + 11 laps Timo Glock Toyota + 15 laps Takuma Sato Super Aguri F1 + 26 laps Nelson Piquet Jr Renault + 28 laps Felipe Massa Ferrari + 29 laps David Coulthard Red Bull Racing + 33 laps Jarno Trulli Toyota + 39 laps Adrian Sutil Force India + 50 laps Sebastian Vettel Scuderia Toro Rosso + 58 laps Jenson Button Honda Racing + 58 laps Mark Webber Red Bull Racing + 58 laps Giancarlo Fisichella Force India + 58 laps Anthony Davidson Super Aguri F1 + 58 laps
EDIT **Barrichello was disqualifed from 6th place for coming out of the pits under a red pit light, moving Raikkonen up to 8th and 1 Championship Point
Post by Billy Davey ツ on Mar 16, 2008 14:47:29 GMT -5
I didn't see the race, only the last laps. I shouldn't be happy for what Kovalainen did, but hey, he made a great mistake and Alonso was there. How was the race? apart from all the crashes ;D how do you see Renault? People here think that Alonso will win some race at the end, but now he's too far from Ferrari and McLaren. why were Heidfield and Rosberg in the podium? they did a good race or took advantage of the accidents? only 7 drivers finished?
Post by Cuddly[y]Knife on Apr 22, 2008 4:23:31 GMT -5
what i find ironic is the generation that brought us the expressions;
that is sooo gay and your mother.....
barely know what rear wheel drive IS, let alone understand what a racing car rear power slide is
instead they drive hatch backs designed like hand bags for my mother and spend three weekends breaking fingernails trying to add makeup to their washer nozzle and vanity mirrors to make them glow blue (or is blue very last season, darlin')?
Post by Liffonmelsmork on Sept 3, 2008 19:10:14 GMT -5
I'm off to Spa-Francorchamps tomorrow, there for qualifying and the race! Hoping it pours down with rain, it's the only way I can see it being an exciting race. If it's dry I'm expecting a Ferrari 1-2 headed by Kimi, unless he continues his useless/unlucky streak.