Singapore GP: pit blunder

Wait for the onboard view and watch that again… we’d have all so gone on that green light! Then when it flicks back to red, it’s just too late and Massa’s out of there.

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ATTENTION STOP PRESS !!!!
Ferrari,realising they won’t win (or somehow twist the rules/results/governing body) the drivers championship this year, are already MOANING about the possibilities of having to race with identical engines to the other teams (these measures are to reduce overall costs in the sport for all teams remember).
So they’ve come up with alternatives to save money.
1 All teams who’s cars are not red will have to race with less wheels than Ferrari (this will ensure that the single tyre source from Bridgestone will save enough money,,,,,,, to somehow give an advantage to the red team).
2 All teams who’s cars are not red must have a driver who needs the assistance of a guide dog to drive. The dog will ofcourse have a seperate compartment wich must be towed behind the car and have weights and dimensions equivilent to a small housing estate.
3 Only teams who’s names start with an F and who’s drivers have nil personality or look like something from Lord of The Rings, are aloud to say anything they like or cry like spoilt little brats when they don’t get to win.

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If only ferra could mess up like that more…

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i found a video where you can see the stig without his helmet this is the link
http://www.garagetv.be/vi deo-galerij/ghostwriter/T op_Gear_The_Stig_zonder_h elm__.aspx at the last 10 seconds of te video you see a man in a white suite en the stig helmet a guy with long hair enjoy

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isn’t that Tim Schrick? He also wore a white suit in that episode

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Too many Massa haters for me, If you support Lewis then fine but, Massa is a damn good driver and took defeat better than Lewis would have.

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uhm vid now taken down by f1 for copyright infringement… lolz

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@54, It isn’t Stig. This isn’t my image but you can see other people have already brought this up: http://img.photobucket.co m/albums/v648/smokyburnou t/stignotidentified.jpg

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fom suck taking all the videos from you tube

dont they have enough money let us watch the sport we love

and as for you bernie do the world a favour and die

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I think Albers made a mistake like this too, but he just left too early or semething.

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You’d think with more than modest budgets the technicians would have by now devised a mechanism restricting the car from moving while the fuel nozzle is connected to the fuel inlet pipe. Maybe a switch which keeps the clutch disengaged during refuelling?

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Ferrari have damn good drivers,useless pit crew under pressure

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THEY SHOULD REDO THE BLIDDY RACE

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cant you handle the pressure brother…what was on your mind i wonder.

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F1 + FIA = Ferrari’s Love Story.

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I doubt they ask to remove if the video is not a ferrari..

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the pit crew need to be trained propaly. but i like FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRR RRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAR RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRIIII!!  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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formula one management annoy me, who do they think they are claiming whats theirs???

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massa’s a plank

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Lets hope they dont put these sort of lights on our streets. :)

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