Qualifying Results

Discussion in 'Other Racing' started by bobafett, Mar 20, 2004.

  1. bobafett

    bobafett F1 Veteran

    Sep 28, 2002
    1. M. Schumacher
    2. Webber
    3. Barrichello
    4. Montoya
    5. Raikkonen
    6. Button
    7. R. Schumacher
    8. Trulli
    9. Coulthard
    10. Da Matta
    11. Massa
    12. Fisichella
    13. Klein
    14. Panis
    15. Heidfield
    16. Bruni
    17. Baumgartner
    18. Pantano
    19. Salo
    20. Alonso (!!!)

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  3. Bertus

    Bertus Formula 3

    Mar 1, 2004
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    Bert S
    Forza Ferrari !!
  4. Dino 208gt4

    Dino 208gt4 F1 World Champ

    Jun 24, 2003
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  5. aventino

    aventino Formula Junior

    Jun 16, 2003
    Hong Kong
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    David L
    Lets hope there';s no passing and Ferrari wins by miles.
  6. Tom S

    Tom S Formula Junior

    Jan 2, 2003
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    Thomas Saupe
    What a beautiful lap Schuey turned in. It's amazing how effortless it looked. He just looked so smooth compared to many of the others. Here's hoping for a win!
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  8. Maximo_Tifoso

    Maximo_Tifoso Karting

    Jan 8, 2004
    Houston TX
    Congrats to MW for putting the Jag on the front row. Rubens should be able to overtake him at the start. What can I say about MS....he's AWESOME!!!!!FLawless lap!!!!!!
  9. ralessi

    ralessi Formula 3

    May 26, 2002
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    Although it would be better with Webber third, this will still be good. Hopefully Rubens will get by early and Webber will hold up the rest of the field while the Ferrari's get out to a 1 minute + lead :)
  10. vincent355

    vincent355 F1 Veteran
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    Apr 8, 2003
    Wine Country
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    Did you guys notice how the faster cars drove a much different line thru that fast left onto the even faster right (sorry don't know the turn #s). The fast guys exited the left hander in the middle of the track letting carry much more speed into the right hander nad then out of it while the slower guys and everyone that spun almost hit the curb and could not really turn in to the the right hander. Some of these cars have just much better grip and chassis and that's all there is to it. I would have thought that with the consistency of the weather that more cars would have been set up properly. The cars that aren't are doomed.

  11. Gary(SF)

    Gary(SF) F1 Rookie

    Oct 13, 2003
    Los Altos Hills, CA
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    Gary B.
    Looked to me like the cars that were in trouble for the right-hander just carried too much speed in the preceding turn. The limit of the two-turn complex is established by the 2nd corner. Nice trap design for those that get too greedy.

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  13. ross

    ross Three Time F1 World Champ
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    Mar 25, 2002
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    i noticed the same thing. as well, the corner before the straight prior to start finish, was telling - if they didn't take the wide line through there, they just couldn't get the power down as soon, and ended up at the end (under the big 'umbrella') about 1-2 seconds behind.

    so much for bridgestone having a hard time in the heat......
  14. tifosi69

    tifosi69 Formula 3

    Dec 23, 2003
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    Al-Al Cool J
    Bottom Line... Ferrari = unrivaled greatness
    The rest of the field = also rans

  15. F1racer

    F1racer F1 Rookie

    Oct 5, 2003
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    MS and MW did very good and RK starting 5th isn't bad.
    Did you heard what RB said...He said he was surprise to qualified that good because his car was setup in race mode. :)

    Forza Ferrari!
  16. F1racer

    F1racer F1 Rookie

    Oct 5, 2003
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    I was thinking of something...

    Remember last year when Alonso won the Hungarian Grand Prix and remember he was leading the hole GP. Anyway Alonso got the pole position in qualifications the day before and Webber got 3rd place.

    Then in the race Alonso had a great start and won and Webber slowed everyone behind (Montoya, Raikkonen).

    So the same thing could happen tomorrow if MS has a great start. So don't expect an exciting race if Webber blocks all the drivers behind and you see MS gaining secondes and secondes in front.

    Oh well GO Schumi!
    Forza Ferrari!

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