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This could be Hamilton's first! Someone else I'm impressed with is Sauber, a third spot under normal conditions means they're the third team now. Renault are such has beens, just goes to show how little those big sponsors (ING) know about F1. Everybody could have told them that Renault wouldn't continue in 2006 fashion
Those red bastards might be looking over their shoulders by the end of the year.
Kubica is lucky to be alive.
laaaaand der beeeeeeergeheee laaaaand am strohomeeee
well done Alex, James if you see him, give him a pat on the back from 19th to 3rd
good to hear kubica is okay
well done lewis, good stuff, forza grenada!
God Save the Queen.
PS Get well soon Robertski.
I am glad Kubica is not too badly injured.
My highlight of the day was Sato pulling the move on Alonso.
"From the first moment I arrived at McLaren I wasn't comfortable with everything," the Spaniard told Cadena Ser radio. "This is an English team, with an English team-mate. You know that all of the help goes his way. I have understood that from the first moment and I won't complaint about it."
What a whinie.......
If you want to know whether Ron lets his boys race, ask Niki, Alain, Ayrton, Mika, DC, Kimi or JP.
I'm surprised at Fernando.