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I'll try to choose as the races crop up but if I miss out please help me Kaunisto!

This time for Melbourne I'll go with Vettel and Red Bull. Is that okay?

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Here you go:

Vettel
Hamilton
Alonso
Schumacher
Barrichello
Pérez
Kovalainen
Glock
d'Ambrosio
Liuzzi
Trulli
Buemi
Kobayashi
Sutil
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Eh... thanks MO, but I actually meant you to edit it in your earlier post in page one, between Mel and Petal.


Petal, whenever you miss a race, I'll just take the next from your list. And the team remains the last chosen, so it's all taken care now (but you can of course rechoose to as many races as you want - and on team it's preferable).



A ruling I just came up with: if chosen driver doesn't make it to race due the 107% rule, you are allowed to pick a new driver (on the unwritten fair play rule of not choosing front row or other exceptionally good ones).
In case of Mel/Petal/MO I take the next name on the list (as they are previously chosen, it's fair play).

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Why did I choose Heidfeld? :ono:
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I still think we should be able to choose our favourite drivers more than once if we want to - after all, that's how we predict the winners at home. I like to keep things simple - truly don't have time to go into all this and turn it into a chore, but I'll just let K sort me out when I don't have the chance. It's not as interesting for me anymore anyway.

And don't worry Leo, Heidfeld has as good a chance as any of 'em. I actually think Schumi might do a lot better this year.

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Not from 18th on the grid...
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The whole thing is boring me anyway ... I frankly don't give a toss who wins what anymore!

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So did I win?? I saw he had top pole position, is that right?
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From Sky Sports news, just breaking ...

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Vettel wins in Melbourne
Last updated: 27th March 2011
Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel started where he left off on Sunday by winning the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.

The Red Bull driver took last year's title after winning three of the last four races and improved his record after dominating the race from pole position.

He took the chequered flag ahead of McLaren's Lewis Hamilton, with Renault's Vitaly Petrov scoring his first podium placing with third.

Ferrari's Fernando Alonso finished fourth ahead of Red Bull's Mark Webber, with McLaren's Jenson Button coming home sixth ahead of Sauber rookie Sergio Perez.

Perez's team-mate Kamui Kobayashi finished eighth ahead of Ferrari's Felipe Massa and Toro Rosso's Sebastien Buemi.





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Top points to you. But it's a long season...

Next Malesia, two weeks from now.

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