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Sir Tim
2017-07-15 12:44:51 UTC
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.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
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2017-07-15 12:49:44 UTC
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.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
And gets beat by his teammate in Q2 who advances into Q3.
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Sir Tim
2017-07-15 15:36:02 UTC
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.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
And gets beat by his teammate in Q2 who advances into Q3.
Yes, and it's great to see Stoffel finally beginning to fulfill his
potential, but that in no way detracts from Fred's Q1 lap, which was
perfectly timed and brilliantly executed.
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Heron McKeister
2017-07-15 15:41:01 UTC
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.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
And gets beat by his teammate in Q2 who advances into Q3.
Yes, and it's great to see Stoffel finally beginning to fulfill his
potential, but that in no way detracts from Fred's Q1 lap, which was
perfectly timed and brilliantly executed.
and was thoroughly meaningless given that he was on slicks
while everyone else was on wets, talk about posturing.
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Brian W Lawrence
2017-07-15 16:43:28 UTC
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.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
And gets beat by his teammate in Q2 who advances into Q3.
Yes, and it's great to see Stoffel finally beginning to fulfill his
potential, but that in no way detracts from Fred's Q1 lap, which was
perfectly timed and brilliantly executed.
and was thoroughly meaningless given that he was on slicks
while everyone else was on wets, talk about posturing.
Except that Ocon switched to softs about 90s before Alonso did, gaining
10 places on his final lap. The other 17 could have chosen to put on
slicks, but they didn't. Finishing at the top of the timesheet may
seem meaningless to some, but it's important to racing drivers.

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Heron McKeister
2017-07-15 17:20:29 UTC
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In article <***@mid.individual.net>, ***@msn.com
says...
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Post by Sir Tim
.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
And gets beat by his teammate in Q2 who advances into Q3.
Yes, and it's great to see Stoffel finally beginning to fulfill his
potential, but that in no way detracts from Fred's Q1 lap, which was
perfectly timed and brilliantly executed.
and was thoroughly meaningless given that he was on slicks
while everyone else was on wets, talk about posturing.
Except that Ocon switched to softs about 90s before Alonso did, gaining
10 places on his final lap.
veteran FA beat rookie EO, such a strong argument. But EO
finished 7th in q2 and made it to 8th in q3, FA finshed
13th in q2 and didn't make q3.

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Post by Brian W Lawrence
The other 17 could have chosen to put on
slicks, but they didn't.
many reasons, among them: FA was already in 20th place
near the end of q1 and had nothing to lose, and few if any
would have either needed to or benefitted from stopping.
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Finishing at the top of the timesheet may
seem meaningless to some, but it's important to racing drivers.
not when its so clearly meaningless as it was.
the principle object in q1 is getting to q2.
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Bigbird
2017-07-15 18:36:29 UTC
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Finishing at the top of the timesheet may
seem meaningless to some, but it's important to racing drivers.
not when its so clearly meaningless as it was.
the principle object in q1 is getting to q2.
It has helped demonstrate your prejudice is equal in all your guises.
Heron McKeister
2017-07-15 20:15:55 UTC
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Finishing at the top of the timesheet may
seem meaningless to some, but it's important to racing drivers.
not when its so clearly meaningless as it was.
the principle object in q1 is getting to q2.
It has helped demonstrate your prejudice is equal in all your guises.
even a cretin like edmund couldnt be convinced that my previous
remarks were truncated because bb thought that they supported
his wobbly failed attempt at a rebuttal.
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Stephen Thomas Cole
2017-07-15 15:53:00 UTC
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.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
I did cheer at the telly when he went top of the leaderboard, most amusing!
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2017-07-15 16:13:40 UTC
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Post by Sir Tim
.. the English Sheep-shaggers showing their good sportsmanship by
applauding Alonso's fine effort in Q1.
I did cheer at the telly when he went top of the leaderboard, most amusing!
:)
More like ludicrous farce.
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