Most deserved victory?

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Postby Sam-KK24 »

Alonso at Nurby 07, I thought that was a masterclass from Fernando!

He really showed his skills in both dry and wet condtions, very worthy winner!
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Postby 7UpJordan »

Sam-KK24 wrote:Alonso at Nurby 07, I thought that was a masterclass from Fernando!

He really showed his skills in both dry and wet condtions, very worthy winner!

For his racecraft during that race, definately a deserved win, but for his childish tantrum he threw after the race over a tiny scratch on his car, a totally undeserved win.
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Agreed 7UP. A poor sportsman who doesnt do credit to his own talent.
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I'm having trouble remembering the detail's, was it the incident when he passed Massa for the win and they touched?
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Yeah, that's the one, Alonso did play it up a bit.
Massa was pretty stupid to even bother retaliating, the latin spirit in both drivers were apparent. I would still argue that makes Alonso deserving.

What about Mansell 89? If that's not been mentioned before

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Ah ok now I remember because Massa and Alonso had that riff on camera before they went to the press conference.
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Yeah that was it, I cnt remember wht they said to each other, but yeah, was funny.
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Can't think of actual most deserved victory but one thing that comes to mind is this:
I'm no Schumacher or Ferrari fan but at one point during the season I remember thinking that 2006 would've been his most deserving championship victory and was quite dissapointed seeing him go out of the race in suzuka the way he did.
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Have thought of one, Schumacher again in France 2004.
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In 1993, Hill got his first 3 wins 3 in a row. IIRC at least one of them was not because of Prost having a problem.
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Michael Schumacher, France 2002. That win was a testimant to his dominance that season, never before had the championship been decided so early.
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Postby bud »

deMuRe wrote:Michael Schumacher, France 2002. That win was a testimant to his dominance that season, never before had the championship been decided so early.



wank wank wank wank wank feeling it demure wank wank wank wank feels good eh :lol:
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bud wrote:
deMuRe wrote:Michael Schumacher, France 2002. That win was a testimant to his dominance that season, never before had the championship been decided so early.


wank wank wank wank wank feeling it demure wank wank wank wank feels good eh :lol:


bud wrote:Michael Schumacher 2002 Austria


bud it seem's you started 'wanking' it first?
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haha do you not know what happened in that race?
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bud wrote:haha do you not know what happened in that race?

I watched it but cannot remember the specific's but that's redundant, what I'm wondering is why when someone state's their opinion on this topic and you disagree they are automatically w***er's.
It's apparent that something tragic happened to McLaren or you would not be resorting to the, as I said before, childish name calling.