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f1 monaco tunnel crash

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by steve f, May 24, 2004.

  1. steve f

    steve f F1 World Champ

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    schu and montoya stewards report on crash schu has admitted why he braked so hard when montoya rammed him was that he thought he seen a EMPTY SUNBED at end of tunnel on the beach and was going to run over and put a towel on it for next day to sunbathe [TYPICAL STUPID GERMAN]
     
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  3. jeffQV

    jeffQV F1 Rookie

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    meeooow! strange but true!
     
  4. Wolfgang

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    wow, thanks!
     
  5. chaa

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    Got back early this morning,the bosses yacht is going back to Portugal we flew back. I will be posting pics this week. We were on the stand where the BAR engine exploded.Had a great couple of days and bought loads of ferrari stuff include a ferrari phone, i did not complain about the price which was x3 more than a standard one, in fear of attracting atention in the shop LOL! We met a cool dude from East kilbride in scotland who owns two 360s.Did anyone else go?
     
  6. wax

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  8. sletti

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    Who remembers Alex Wurtz exiting the tunnel a few years back, sans nose-cone and wheels. Still hurtling down past the harbour like a Mild Seven sposored torpedo, it was with huge bemusement that I watched him braking and steering for all he was worth; rather pointless when you consider the utter lack of brakes (disks and calipers), wheels, steering arms, suspension arms, and other sundry devices required by physics to perform the tasks his adrenalin-fuelled brain felt it needed to arrest his forward motion, and avoid the harbour wall!

    I know he was Austrian, but that's nearly German, isn't it?
     
  9. simon355

    simon355 Formula Junior

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    Ha ha! You have a way with words Steve!! You ought to be in diplomatic relations at the UN! I hope you are still going to Stanford Hall on the 6th
     

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