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    Who will win the GP tonight?

    Who will win tonights F1 Grand Prix?

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    I really hope Montoya or Raikkonen win, they are my two favourtie drivers.

    Ultimately i would love for webber to win, but I doubt he will even get on the podium. His time will come though wink he qualified very well.
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    aslong its a ferrari i`m happy dance dance dance dance
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    I can't not for DC, sorry, I know it's probably not going to happen. I guess that's the difference between who you want to win and who I think is going to win...
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    Na I am sick of the Ferraris dominating last year.

    I would like to see Williams-BMW or Renault to win the constructors title.

    Obvioulsy Williams-BMW are in with a very good chance, but Renault aren't far behind.
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    Being a French car forum, I'm amazed that none of you guys are rooting for Alonso..

    GO RENAULT!!!!!!!!!

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    Well done Renault! renault_ head_ban

    I voted for Kimi as I'm a big McLaren fan .. but in my mind at the start, I thought either of the Williams boys were going to win it. Then after about turn 2 of the first lap, I had other thoughts wink

    I'm kind of with nbj, no offense to Michael or the Ferrari guys (they well deserved the domination they've had recently), but it was starting to get a little monotonous at the top end.

    How good were the Renaults off the start (as they always are, lately)? They blitzed the rest like they were standing still!
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    ....and yay, verilly, there was a new king born unto the world of F1.
    And his name is Fernando.

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    yeah what a great drive by Fernando. renault_

    The Renaults have been doing so well this year.

    I was happy to see Webber in second place for the first 10-20 laps, shame he is in the Jag.

    Would be great to see how he would go in a better car. Well atleast he has some more points now

    Glad Alonso won, but I would love to see Kimi or Montoya win the championship. I think Montoya deserves it
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    Originally posted by me in the Renault forum
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    Even a pug fan like me would say "well driven" Fernando, i was very impressed with both car and driver; he held off everyone quite well.Again another great drive by Mark Webber considering he was driving a Jaguar. How scary would have Rubens been after that "mechanical fault"????

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    1 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 72

    2 Juan Pablo Montoya Williams-BMW 71

    3 Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes 70
    Looks likes we will know who will be champion for 2003 in Suzuka.

    With guys like Renualt,Williams,Mc Laren and to a lesser extent Jaguar really getting their act together this year and caught up to Ferrari, next seasons World Championship should be one of the best we have ever seen for quite a few years. wink dance cheers!

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    Yeah that incident with rubins was pretty freaky.

    Just as he entered the braking zone and applied his brakes, his entire left rear suspension just brakes away and goes hurtling down the track!

    Will be great to have an F1 season where the champion will be decided in the last race of the season
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    I was listening to spanish radio today and his win made head lines Europe wide, VERY popular winner.
    Love that result- spesh since my background is a latin-spanish one and i loved what he said in spanish radio, plus the extra bonus it was i a RENAULT!!!!-chris
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    Congrats to Alonso and Renault, brilliant drive.

    My hat also goes off to Mark Webber. To pull that Jaguar heap of *ahem* to 3rd in qualifying with the same fuel load as Alonso and finish 6th is a wonder. Webber is still "owned" by Flavio Briatore who runs Renault Formula 1. How good would it be to see Alonso and Webber going hammer and tong in Renaults? I know it won't happen though, Williams wants Webber (2005 or 2006) and Flavio gets a percentage of earnings from Alonso, Trulli and Webber. Three weeks till the next race. cry

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