Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Bobby Fischl » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 01:53:09


Pizzonia, Sato and Klein make their teammates look rather ordinary at
Hungary.  I am fed up with the JPM and Webber hype - I mean really.

Button is also looking like a stupid prat for leaving BAR which has
possibly the second best car on the grid.

 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Stuart Becktel » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 03:02:31


Quote:
> Pizzonia, Sato and Klein make their teammates look rather ordinary at
> Hungary.  I am fed up with the JPM and Webber hype - I mean really.

> Button is also looking like a stupid prat for leaving BAR which has
> possibly the second best car on the grid.

Sato beat button by 7 thousandths
Pizzonia beat Montoya by 27 thousandths
Webber beat Klien by 4 tenths

How is this making them look ordinary? Webber destroyed the time run by
Klien, and Sato and Pizzonia (pitting earlier I'm guessing) were only able
to beat their teammates by a few thousandths.

 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by John Smit » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 04:36:40

You forget that when a driver is leaving the team in the following year the
other driver usually gets the best shit! Although I think Montoya is just
keeping it on the track this year, he hasn't looked like himself all year.

 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Frank or is it Jackie » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 05:39:37



Quote:
>You forget that when a driver is leaving the team in the following year the
>other driver usually gets the best shit! Although I think Montoya is just
>keeping it on the track this year, he hasn't looked like himself all year.

There is one thing to look forward to.. Alonso and Sato (as well as
JPM actually) are on the clean side of the grid.
Dare i say it could well be a "make or break" first corner ? :-)

--

Regards, Frank

 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by someone aka John Foste » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 05:57:15

Quote:
> There is one thing to look forward to.. Alonso and Sato (as well as
> JPM actually) are on the clean side of the grid.
> Dare i say it could well be a "make or break" first corner ? :-)

If Renault have their traditional "launch-control" start, it could be
interesting. With "Kamikaze"-Sato and "I'm no pushover"-Schumacher ahead of
him, he could end up on the grass trying to pass them both.

_
john

 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Bobby Fischl » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 10:02:31

Quote:



> > Pizzonia, Sato and Klein make their teammates look rather ordinary at
> > Hungary.  I am fed up with the JPM and Webber hype - I mean really.

> > Button is also looking like a stupid prat for leaving BAR which has
> > possibly the second best car on the grid.

> Sato beat button by 7 thousandths
> Pizzonia beat Montoya by 27 thousandths
> Webber beat Klien by 4 tenths

> How is this making them look ordinary? Webber destroyed the time run by
> Klien, and Sato and Pizzonia (pitting earlier I'm guessing) were only able
> to beat their teammates by a few thousandths.

Webber is getting superior equipment according to Pizzonia.
 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Stuart Becktel » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 11:41:38



Quote:


> > > Pizzonia, Sato and Klein make their teammates look rather ordinary at
> > > Hungary.  I am fed up with the JPM and Webber hype - I mean really.

> > > Button is also looking like a stupid prat for leaving BAR which has
> > > possibly the second best car on the grid.

> > Sato beat button by 7 thousandths
> > Pizzonia beat Montoya by 27 thousandths
> > Webber beat Klien by 4 tenths

> > How is this making them look ordinary? Webber destroyed the time run by
> > Klien, and Sato and Pizzonia (pitting earlier I'm guessing) were only
able
> > to beat their teammates by a few thousandths.

> Webber is getting superior equipment according to Pizzonia.

And that was widely considered BS by everyone on the grid...and was probably
part of the reason he didn't get the seat at BMW next year because he showed
he was a douche bag.
 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Wcu » Mon, 16 Aug 2004 17:44:23

Quote:

> Pizzonia, Sato and Klein make their teammates look rather ordinary at
> Hungary.  I am fed up with the JPM and Webber hype - I mean really.

> Button is also looking like a stupid prat for leaving BAR which has
> possibly the second best car on the grid.

Montoya was screwed because it was lightly raining on his qualifing lap.
 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by PigDo » Tue, 17 Aug 2004 01:09:51


Quote:
> Pizzonia, Sato and Klein make their teammates look rather ordinary at
> Hungary.  I am fed up with the JPM and Webber hype - I mean really.

> Button is also looking like a stupid prat for leaving BAR which has
> possibly the second best car on the grid.

What a champ that Klien is.  His race long battle with Pantano's Jordan was
the highlight of the race.  LOL.
 
 
 

Temmates make JPM, Button and Webber look rather ordinary in qualifying

Post by Gene Mea » Tue, 17 Aug 2004 14:45:28

Quote:
> Webber is getting superior equipment according to Pizzonia.

And what did you expect him to say after Webber completely dominated him at
Jag: "I'm just really shit and Mark is a lot better than me"?

Wake up.

...and I notice that yet again, you are talking about a couple of laps in
qualifying, and completely ignoring the rest of the weekend including the
most important part - the RACE!