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Renault Admits Being A Midfield Team Now

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Ferrari's losing?

I never come up[ with such naive illogical causal statements, like crediting Mclaren's improvements to their new drivers. One of whom is a rookie and the other is slower :P

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Now if you say Ferrari is losing it because Schumacher isent there then your a total hypocrit ;)

I believe you just been snookered :naughty:

But this is Ferrari's best start since 2004 (better then in 2005 and 2006).

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But this is Ferrari's best start since 2004 (better then in 2005 and 2006).

So they should, they have always been the top Bridgestone runners so its a given they will do comparitively well.

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Well with McLaren nt having won a race in over a year then in the first 2 races they have their drivers both on the podium and even a 1-2...shows how much great drivers can do for a team.

Nope. It jus shows, that car is better than last year.

Even Alonso has admitted that.

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Nope. It jus shows, that car is better than last year.

Even Alonso has admitted that.

Yes and how it got that way is the point.

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Ferrari's losing?

I never come up[ with such naive illogical causal statements, like crediting Mclaren's improvements to their new drivers. One of whom is a rookie and the other is slower :P

Its funny because for such a "slow" driver, neither ferrari could match his lap times, even when he was in clear air with a similar fuel load. Alonso was something like 3/4 of a second a lap faster than everyone at the end of the race, and that isn't bad going for a slow driver is it

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Well he couldn't match his number 2's lap time (the one who isn't supposed to finish ahead of Him, whatsisname).

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That was a single lap rofl. Over the longer run's Alonso's pace was better.

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That was a single lap rofl. Over the longer run's Alonso's pace was better.

That

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If you want the answer to their loss in form, look no further than the switch from Michelin to Bridgestone. It seems to have hurt them more than anyone else

Agree

I would of though that they just lost motivation after Alonso left them.

This may well be Flavio's biggest challenge to date. Trying to motivate a team, who are missing their hero.

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That was a single lap rofl. Over the longer run's Alonso's pace was better.

Obviously, since Lewis was busy holding the rest of the field up :rolleyes:

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Where is the irony? I actually make effort to be nice to most people, however you go out of your way to be a jerk.

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Where is the irony? I actually make effort to be nice to most people, however you go out of your way to be a jerk.

Here you go again...

Try the Ignore option...it works!!!! :)

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If you ignore people, you miss parts of topics, which means they don't always make sense. I have tried it, and it just gets annoying.

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Where is the irony?

Wouldn't be there if you could see it.

Here you go again...

Try the Ignore option...it works!!!! :)

For someone who is ignoring my posts you seem to take rather a strong interest in what is in them.

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If you ignore people, you miss parts of topics, which means they don't always make sense. I have tried it, and it just gets annoying.

Sometimes they dont make sense anyway... ;)

Ok...its your choice.

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Isn't the job of the staff to prevent people being jerks, not to encourage it?

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A team lose its edge and everyone believes that there must be some magic element that is missing, in this case Alonso. What bollocks. Although it's boring and doesn't fill the forums, i believe Renault's troubles are far more mundane and technical.

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Alonso did make a difference, but its definately not all him. It is IMO the switch to bridgestone that is mainly to blame.

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