rain soaked monza!!!

@sirrob (4112)
Philippines
September 15, 2008 2:06am CST
have anyone watch the monza GP? history is made and another outstanding performance of lewis hamilton in another wet weather track. imagine starting at 15 place and emerging 7th overall after 53 laps of darting in and out starting from kimi and just tailed massa when the chequered flag is off. hamilton's brilliance and superb driving skills in the wet is showing again and it some point he was able to pushed his car at second place but because of forecast miss cue and he followed their advice instead of his instinct it cost him a more substantial points and should have increased his lead from massa. the ferrari's failed to show off a home court advantage this time. and for the third straight race, kimi didn't logged any number to add in his ever stagnant points. while massa is in a dismal 6th place, finishing the same position when he started. hamilton should have won the race if the rain continued to drench the track but it did not so he was force to change tires thus cost him some time behind massa. it is not bad after all, after he cruised in and out, passing and leaving drivers behind specially kimi. for LH's fans, let's hope it rains in singapore on the 28th.
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@ellie333 (21029)
15 Sep 08
Hi Sirrob, They predict a 60% chance of rain for Singapore. I am really looking forward to that race. Vettell was excellent yesterday and deserved to win, it was lovely to see his young face beaming with happiness bless.Hamilton did do well and would have been ahead but for the tyre change but all th guys out there were having to make the same sort of choices re tyres just weather wasn't in his favour I guess. Ellie :D
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@sirrob (4112)
• Philippines
15 Sep 08
if that's the case may be then hamilton would win the first ever night grand prix. indeed, hamilton just missed and make a crucial decision of not following his instincts and continue with his wet tires. on the other note, truly vettell deserves the podium and with that breaking ferrari one history. ooppss, i meant formula one. the history book has to be re-written, being the youngest to win a formula one race. can't wait to see the result of singapore GP.