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Congratulations Red Bull - 2010 WCC

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by Hamberg (U13981284) 07 November 2010
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Congratulations to Red Bull on another commanding performance. They did everything right and have celebrated their World Constructors Championship with a brilliant 1-2 finish after an excellent Brazilian Grand Prix.

Whether you are happy or not, that team have been blinding this year with a superb car!

Very close for a thrilling season close at Abu Dhabi next week. Well done F1 2010.

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posted Nov 7, 2010

Twice in one day Hamberg, I must be unwell winkeye
yeah, great result for Red Bull, they are deserving of it.
So well done.
Final race is going to be a nailbiter.
Ps: Hulk did ok ok

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posted Nov 7, 2010

Yeah mixed feelings about Hulk stevi but he certainly defended brilliantly so well done. Looked like Williams were going to finish behind FI but got there in the end.

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posted Nov 7, 2010

A bitter fan gave a one star lol

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posted Nov 7, 2010

Mixed feelings indeed. First all well done RedBull. Just goes to show it life when others never believe in you all that matters is believing in yourself. Only been following F1 really since 2005 but I must say for a team with only 6 years in F1 Redbull has done a fantastic job. A bit gutted for LH but as usual he continues to push the car. Glad thankfully teh BBC have come out of their delusion that JB is out of the running. He did well to get to 6th so fair play to him. LH I think if he had not had the 2 mechanical failures with one of them hge was leading he will be closer, but hey anything can still happen. The top 4 drivers deserve to be WDC because they have all had roughly similar dnfs mechanical, self induced or just racing incidents but it has been a thrilling season. After Football F1 is fast becoming my second sport. I better fire up my PS3 F1 2010 to lift up my moods. Not to talk about Arsenal and Chelsea losing what a miserable weekend....ah but it was nice seeing the rainbow colours of women on teh Brazilian Grand Prix. Best stunners of the season....ahh..I better book a flight to Brazil smiley

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posted Nov 7, 2010

Good experience for him, and a little confidence booster. I don't think we expected too much from him Hamberg, but I was happy with how it went. It wasn't a complete walk over him as was possibly expected. So all in all, nice one Nico.
And we only need to wait a week for the decider, all good, but I'm already nervous.
I ain't kidding ..........

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posted Nov 7, 2010

I meant mixed feelings because he had Hamilton behind him or so long!

I know Hamilton's out of it and it looks like McLaren are secure with their second place but I'm really excited about Abu Dhabi.

I wanted Webber to win initially, then I thought hold on a minute Alonso has been supreme. But you can't knock Vettel, he has developed a lot this season and puts in perfect performances when required.

I guess I won't be disappointed with whatever the result is. Whoever wins will deserve it, thats 'for sure'.

This time next week it'll all be over until March wah

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posted Nov 7, 2010


This time next week it'll all be over until March cry

I know unfortunately. All the excitement of the finale, with the sad reality that it's over for another year and back into the wilderness for us. Bittersweet huh !! Oh well, all be over soon.

Got a niggle that Vettel could pull it off.

As for Alonso, agreed. ok

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posted Nov 11, 2010

Wait, can't McLaren still win the title if they get a 1-2 and the Red Bulls both finish out of the points?

I mean, yes, it's outlandishly improbable, but so is Hamilton winning the drivers' title. And that chance apparently merits discussion in multiple articles.

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posted Nov 12, 2010

No, there is a 48 point gap between Red Bull and McLaren and the maximum any one team can gain this weekend is 43 (1st 25, 2nd 18).

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