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2008 F1 Canada GP Race: Historic and gripping (!)

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Posted 06-08-2008 at 08:26 PM by Bludd

The track surface isn't what's being referred to with the "gripping" statement, that's for sure. :)

BMW got their first ever win and it was a lock-out since they got also their first ever 1-2 finish.

Coulthard got third and this is his first time in the points this entire year.

Hamilton ruined it for himself and Räikkönen while Massa, despite driving well, had to make too many pit stops.

This championship is getting better and better. I think I may have to watch the race again just to be able to write more about it; I need to collect my thoughts. What I can say now is that Renault messed up their strategy which is a shame since they could have been on the podium. Piquet did a good race but made some mistakes, in the end he had to retire because his brakes were shot while Alonso had a spin and hit the wall, destroying his front suspension.

I feel sorry for Barrichello, though, who was looking at a fourth place finish, but was let down by his terrible Honda, IMHO.
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  1. Old Comment
    yossa's Avatar
    Should Bobby K stay in BMW and hope they get up to speed next season? That is a question.

    DC on podium was a sight to behold.
    Posted 06-09-2008 at 02:44 PM by yossa yossa is offline
  2. Old Comment
    Bludd's Avatar
    If BMW starts winning more frequently, he should definitely stay. If this is a flash in the pan, he should maybe go to another team. It is tricky.
    Posted 06-11-2008 at 06:05 PM by Bludd Bludd is offline
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    Well, I would most certainly stay if I was Kubica, and if he has the option to do so. Since BMW undoubtedly will benefit for the new rules for next years car. Same for Toyota and Honda.

    BMW will get wins if McLaren and Ferrari fail, as in Canada. But against them both? Not very likely, but possible, not likely that's all.
    Posted 06-17-2008 at 04:06 PM by peoplessi peoplessi is offline
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    Kubica certainly has a bright future. He is young and fast. I would not be surprised if he won the world championship in the future.
    Posted 06-18-2008 at 12:49 PM by Bludd Bludd is offline

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