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#1 Prostfan

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Posted 08 March 2002 - 21:38

Sepang is coming...

Try your luck (or your knowledge) with the following questions:



1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang?

2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)?

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)?

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired?

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner?

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position?

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner?

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...))

Simply 1 point for every correct answer ;)

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#2 gerry nassar

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 00:48

1. Button

2. Renault

3. Irvine

4. Arrows

5. Two

6. Massa

7. Seven

8. 20-30 secs


Thanks for the game and PM Prost fan!! :up: :up:

#3 dynamite7

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 03:07

1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang? Heidfeld

2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)? Jaguar

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)? Panis

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired? Arrows

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 2

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position? Sato

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner? 4

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...)) 10-20 secs

#4 lukywill

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 11:51

1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang? fisichella

2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)? renault

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)? bernoldi

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired? bar

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 1

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position? de la Rosa

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner? 5

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...)) 0-10 secs

#5 fisichella_2001

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 12:34

1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang? G Fisichella

2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)? Jordan

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)? P de la Rosa

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired? Jaguar

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 3

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position? J Button

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner? 6

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...)) 0-10 secs

#6 Bjorn

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 13:35

1. Villeneuve

2. Arrows

3. Bernoldi

4. Jaguar

5. 2

6. Massa

7. 3

8. 0-10

#7 130R

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 13:39

1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang? Villeneuve

2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)? Renault

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)? delaRosa

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired? Jordan

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 3

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position? Trulli

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner? 4

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...)) 0-10 Sec.

#8 Makarias

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Posted 09 March 2002 - 19:59

1. Heidfeld
2. Jordan
3. Button
4. Arrows
5. 1
6. Fisichella
7. 4
8. 10-20

#9 AD

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Posted 10 March 2002 - 18:17

1.Button
2. Arrows
3. Bernoldi
4. Arrows
5. 0
6. Fisichella
7. 8
8. 0-10s

#10 jun

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Posted 10 March 2002 - 18:36

1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang? Sato
2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)? Jordan

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)? Button

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired? Mclaren

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 3

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position? Massa

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner? 8

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...)) 0-10

#11 sek

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Posted 10 March 2002 - 19:37

1. Villeneuve
2. Toyota
3. Trulli
4. Jordan
5. 1
6. Panis
7. 6
8. 10-20 secs

#12 Estwald

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 05:09

[list=1]
[*]Fisi
[*]Renault
[*]Bernoldi
[*]Arrows
[*]2
[*]Heidfeld
[*]7
[*]10-20 sec
[/list=1]

#13 FEV

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 05:41

1. Irvine
2. Jaguar
3. Satoh
4. BAR
5. 1
6. Panis
7. 4
8. 20-30
Good and entertaining idea Prostfan :up: (now I got at least 8 REAL reasons to watch the race from start to finish !)

#14 mimin

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 06:51

1. Button

2. Arrows

3. Sato

4. Renault

5. 3

6. Heidfild

7. 7 (seven)

8. 10-20 sec.

#15 TT6

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 08:34

1. Massa

2. Ferrari

3. Frenzen

4. Arrows

5. 1

6. Massa

7. 4

8. 20-30

#16 coyoteBR

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 10:18

1. Button

2. Hands down, Jordan

3. Irvine

4. Arrows

5. Only two leaders

6. I would say Button, again

7. Five

8. between 10 to 20 seconds.

#17 Coupe

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 14:24

1.- Massa

2.- Jordan

3.- Bernoldi

4.- Arrows

5.- 3

6.- Salo

7- 4

8.- 10-20

#18 Debsjc

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Posted 11 March 2002 - 23:51

1. Villeneuve

2. Jordan

3. Arrows

4. Jaguar

5. Three

6. Heidfeld

7. Four

8. 10-20 seconds

#19 HighTower

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Posted 12 March 2002 - 00:03

1. Trulli
2. BAR
3. Frentzen
4. Arrows
5. 5
6. de la Rosa
7. 5
8. 10-20 secs

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#20 LB

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Posted 12 March 2002 - 22:41

1. Who will be 11th on the grid in Sepang? Trulli


2. The drivers of which team will have the biggest difference in their grid position (not time, only position)? Renault

3. Which driver will be the first retirement due to technical reasons in the GP (from start of the race)? Panis

4. Which team will be the first with both drivers retired? ARROWS

5. How many times will change the lead in the GP except for ordinary pitstops (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 2

6. Who will finish the race in 7th position? Trulli

7. How many drivers will finish the race in the same lap as the winner? 3

8. How great will be the margin between winner and 2nd (give your answer in steps of 10 seconds: 0-10 secs, 10-20 sec, 20-30 secs,... or laps (1 lap, 2 laps,...)) 20-30



#21 RacerX

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 12:24

1) Panis
2) Jordan
3) Bernoldi
4) Arrows
5) 3
6) Heidfeld
7) 6
8) 10-20

#22 smarty

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 12:38

1. F. Massa
2. Jordan
3. Bernoldi
4. Arrows
5. 0
6. Fisichella
7. 5
8. 10-20 secs

#23 Viss1

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 13:23

1. Fisichella
2. Jordan
3. Villeneuve
4. Jordan
5. 3
6. Button
7. 4
8. 0-10

#24 r2d2r3d3

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 17:37

1. Villeneuve

2. Jordan

3. Bernoldi

4. Arrows

5. 3

6. Salo

7. 4

8. 10-20 secs

#25 thornwell

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 17:40

1. Salo

2. Toyota

3. Mazzacane (technically not allowed to compete and already retired)

4. Phoenix (0 laps)

5. (leader's retirement, overtaking etc.) after the first corner? 3

6. Villeneuve

7. 4

8. 0-10



#26 Hi Test

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 18:49

1. Panis

2. Jordan

3. Irvine

4. Jaguar

5. 2

6. Button

7. 5

8. 10-20 sec

#27 CaptnMark

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 19:08

1. Panis
2. Renault
3. Frentzen
4. Jordan
5. 4
6. Heidfeld
7. 6
8. 10-20 secs

#28 skylark68

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 19:21

1) Button
2) Jordan
3) Bernoldi
4) BAR
5) Three
6) Salo
7) Four
8) 20 - 30 seconds

#29 garth_b

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Posted 13 March 2002 - 19:39

1. Panis
2. Arrows
3. Irvine
4. BAR
5. 1
6. Fisichella
7. 5
8. 10-20 secs

#30 alain

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Posted 14 March 2002 - 17:38

1.Sato

2.Arrows

3.Bernoldi

4.Arrows

5.1

6. Hedifeld

7. 6

8. 10-20

#31 howardt

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Posted 15 March 2002 - 13:11

Good game - thanks !

1: Mika Salo
2: Jordan
3: Bernoldi
4: Minardi
5: 1
6: Button
7: 4
8: 20-30s

#32 JensonFan

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Posted 15 March 2002 - 16:08

1. Salo

2. Jordan

3. Panis

4. Jaguar

5. 2

6. Fissichella

7. 5

8. 10-20

:)

#33 Prostfan

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Posted 16 March 2002 - 13:37

OK guys. First two questions answered. Seems like everyone of you underestimated Frentzen. But two of you were right with Toyota. Full results will come on Sunday evening.