Mika, Mika, Mika the superpilot!!!!!!

Mika, Mika, Mika the superpilot!!!!!!

Post by panzer kin » Wed, 27 May 1998 04:00:00


Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

---------Hill is a man? Keep the faith........----------

 
 
 

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Post by Ford Prefe » Wed, 27 May 1998 04:00:00



Quote:
>Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

>But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?

 
 
 

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Post by Janne Haikon » Wed, 27 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:
>   Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?

 ?? I'm really interested to know what more he should do ?! Should he drive
with rain-tyres or what to convince you ? When he was driving good results
(but not winning) in sub-par car he was a great driver, but now that he is
winning with (probably) the best car, he is suddenly a bad driver and
doesn't know how to setup or develop or whatever... the car just happens to
be so much more better than Ferrari,Benetton,Williams et al who have about
the same budget, is that it ?!

 McLaren-duo was quite competitive last year too, too bad that they had
reliability problems... but now everybody has forgotten that and thinks
this Newey guy has done all the difference alone (perhaps with the aid of
Bridgestone) .. what gives ?!

 BTW. Mika said in an interview that of all his previous teammates, only
Senna was faster and better at his job than David is .. other drivers seem
to agree that David is fast too, so where does this put Mika ?

 MCLAREN ! AJAX ! HABS !

--

 Janne Haikonen

 
 
 

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Post by Roel Hob » Wed, 27 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:



> >Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

> >But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

> Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?

Another hattrick this year !!

four times (Melbourne, Brazil, Spain and Monaco) Pole position, winner and
fastest lap.

Can he gather more points than Mansell in 1992 ?

1. N. Mansell           1992    108 points
2. M. Schumacher        1995    102 points
3. A. Prost             1993     99 points
4. D. Hill              1996     97 points

And can McLaren get more than 200 points ?

1. McLaren              1988    199 points

Roel

 
 
 

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Post by veli-pekka.huttu.. » Wed, 27 May 1998 04:00:00



Quote:


>>Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

>>But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

>Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?

 Did you see Monaco GP ?????

HAKUNA MATATA

-veka

 
 
 

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Post by Ford Prefe » Wed, 27 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:





>>>Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

>>>But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

>>Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?
> Did you see Monaco GP ?????

>HAKUNA MATATA

>-veka

Apologies to one and all.

I forgot the <HUMOUR> </HUMOUR> tags.

 
 
 

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Post by Jari Raivi » Thu, 28 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:



>>Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

>>But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

>Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?

Well, can he?
He's only won 5 races out of the past seven.
 
 
 

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Post by David Sidwe » Thu, 28 May 1998 04:00:00

On Wed, 27 May 1998 02:27:25 +0200, "Jari Raivio"

Quote:




>>>Ok this time we went wrong on the second free practise......

>>>But well see the magnificent line in Montreal again!!!!!

>>Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?
>Well, can he?
>He's only won 5 races out of the past seven.

I think that one is getting a little old.  He did not "win" in Jerez,
he did not "win" in Melbourne.   But he has "won" 3 out of the last 7.

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Post by Steve Roge » Thu, 28 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> Mika said in an interview that of all his previous teammates, only
> Senna was faster and better at his job than David is .. other drivers seem
> to agree that David is fast too, so where does this put Mika ?

Successor to Senna and Schumacher, perhaps.

But Hill is better than Coulthard too.

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Post by Erkki » Thu, 28 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

> On Wed, 27 May 1998 02:27:25 +0200, "Jari Raivio"

> >He's only won 5 races out of the past seven.

> I think that one is getting a little old.  He did not "win" in Jerez,
> he did not "win" in Melbourne.   But he has "won" 3 out of the last 7.

And I thought that he crossed the flag first both times...
I thought such a driver was called a winner?

And like I've stated in some other posting, due to H?kkinen's
rising from a position 13 secs behind David to his gearbox in
just 13 laps in a car with brake problems, he surely deserved
David honouring their agreement and giving him the pre-arranged
(first-corner) win.

ED

 
 
 

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Post by Mark J. Fruscian » Thu, 28 May 1998 04:00:00

->>Yes, being a great pilot is good. But can he drive?

->Well, can he?
->He's only won 5 races out of the past seven.

At _least_ two of which were inarguably transfered, to him from
Coulthard, by the guys on the pit wall.  

Being the boss' fair haired boy isn't quite so "super" really...

Mark
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Post by Jari Raivi » Thu, 28 May 1998 04:00:00

Quote:
>Care to comment on those other races that H?kkinen has so clearly
>dominated?

>Mika is a very likable person, that is something about everyone who
>knows him says. If he is a kind man then I don't really think that makes
>him a worse driver than anybody else.
> And your insinuations of a gay relationship between H?kkinen and Ron
>Dennis are just downright childish. Btw, I wonder what you base your
>view on...

>niko

Perhaps everyone knows his Italian ancestry. Besides from being homofobic,
he also don't have much to spare to finns. (Is it because they are better in
hockey or F1?)
One good reason right there. There's no reason splitting hairs when the
results I read is evidence enough. Jerez was the turning point for the
finnish racefans however you count. In Melbourne clearly the fastest guy
won. Mika was totally *** and any other result would due to a streak of
luck, or the infamous Mika-luck.