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10 minutes ago, woody2 said:

use of the bernie button again......

first race in a long time that fitting new tyres didn't make any difference.... 

Except of course with Hamilton.

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Splendid race today, really exciting. I thoroughly enjoyed it. 

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7 hours ago, La Colombe said:

Splendid race today, really exciting. I thoroughly enjoyed it. 

Just how many people died? 

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23 minutes ago, CharlieBrown said:
8 hours ago, La Colombe said:

Splendid race today, really exciting. I thoroughly enjoyed it. 

Just how many people died? 

Just where is that "wanker" emoticon when one wants it ?

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It's most peculiar that so many Manx people can't seem to find motorsport entertaining unless somebody dies in an event. 

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1 hour ago, La Colombe said:

It's most peculiar that so many Manx people can't seem to find motorsport entertaining unless somebody dies in an event. 

poor troll attempt , that said I find it strange that anyone can find "entertainment" in spying on courting motorcycling couples at Box Hill .

just saying:lol:

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9 minutes ago, paswt said:

poor troll attempt

I suggest you read the whole thread, it's a recurrent theme. They might not be Manx though I suppose. 

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The British Granad Prix was an entertaining race with exciting moves, some spectacular crashes for those who enjoy seeing them (nobody hurt) and technical decisions on tyre wear having a major impact on the last few laps.  Try to catch up if you missed it. Rarely will you see a ‘train’ of the top six drivers and cars lapping faster and faster in such close formation.  This was F1 at its best.  Rarer still was the broiling heat at the Nothamptonshire track with a record 340,000 fans enjoying the spectacle.  Splendid!

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