Your funniest moment of 06??

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Your funniest moment of 06??

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Mine is when, actually it just happened at this race. Pele was presenting a trophy to MS and Brundle went up to Kimi and asked him why didnt you watch? Kimi smiles and replys with ''I was taking a s***.'' :lol: :lol: :lol:
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funniest moment? mm...probably when i saw the psychedelic brasilian suit of FM!!
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Spitz wrote:Mine is when, actually it just happened at this race. Pele was presenting a trophy to MS and Brundle went up to Kimi and asked him why didnt you watch? Kimi smiles and replys with ''I was taking a s***.'' :lol: :lol: :lol:


Yes, that one was unexpected from Kimi, he usually doesn't say much... :lol:
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I was expecting Kimi saying well nothing and when he said it, Brundle didnt know what to do and said '' at least the car will be lighter!! '' :D , just brilliant and hopefully Kimi can do well in a ferrari.
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Spitz wrote:I was expecting Kimi saying well nothing and when he said it, Brundle didnt know what to do and said '' at least the car will be lighter!! '' :D , just brilliant and hopefully Kimi can do well in a ferrari.
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Well i think the Kimi thing is hard to beat. James Allen's hair is always a funny sight to behold :lol:
i mean with the salary he's on, you'd think he could get a better haircut :wink:
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Yes very true :D . Another funny moment i can recall is i think in China and Alonso dropped the Champagne bottle for the crew only for them to let it slip and smash while Ferrari caught theirs :D. Too bad that they didnt let the Championships slip out of their grasp.
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Spitz wrote:Yes very true :D . Another funny moment i can recall is i think in China and Alonso dropped the Champagne bottle for the crew only for them to let it slip and smash while Ferrari caught theirs :D. Too bad that they didnt let the Championships slip out of their grasp.


Well at least Ferrari have the satisfaction of knowing they won more races than Renault this season. Massa will be on a high and surely looking forward to '07. I hope Kimi and Felipe get along. It will be interesting to see which driver is the more successful of the two. You'd think Kimi, but Massa has won 2 races this year, you never know...
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I feel that Massa has learnt a lot from Schuey and he has controlled his anger and aggression. Ill think i might put a flutter on him for the Championship next season.
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Spitz wrote:I feel that Massa has learnt a lot from Schuey and he has controlled his anger and aggression. Ill think i might put a flutter on him for the Championship next season.


Anger and aggression? What are you talking about?
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From driving with Sauber when really he was just a kid. He has calmed is driving style down, instead of making silly mistakes.
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I know what you mean, but that's far from 'anger and aggression'. He's one of the most well-behaved and unconfrontational people in F1.
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I think he's done really well this season. Even at the start, he was a bit unreliable, but he seems to have really changed his driving style and I think he's got the potential to be one of the best in the field next season.
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He has matured well this year, Felipe. but i think Kimi will still have his number at Ferrari.
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I dont know about that. I think Massa could give Kimi a run for his money.
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Oh yeah, I've stated that before. Don't underestimate FM - he's learnt a LOT during this year, honed his racing skills (he was fast already), and he seems to be a good team player, which is very important with the Scuderia. He's got the advantage of knowing already his way around in the team and the car while KR will have a steep learning curve starting in January. I'm just curious whether KR has anything in his contract like MS used to have? We will probably never know for sure...
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