Skip to comments.Ferrari ready for Malaysian F1 Grand Prix, Schumacher says
Posted on 03/18/2006 4:13:49 PM PST by soccer_maniac
Ferrari's Michael Schumacher said that Ferrari was ready for the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Giancarlo Fisichella has pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix, with Jenson Button alongside him and the Williams of Nico Rosberg and Mark Webber behind them on the grid.
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I get excited every time I see schumacher.... lose :-)
Well, I can't stand watching the French Renault win.
So anyone other than Renault is fine with me.
I actually would love to see American Scott Speed do well (with Red Bull) and my favorite engine manufacturer, BMW.
Okay, I know this doesn't have to do with racing, but someone sent this to me today. I thought I'd share it with all of you.
Interesting info appears under the video screen........lots to read, but commercial will repeat itself after completion........
Malaysia is going to be a wild one with so many fast runners starting torwards the rear, its going to be a mad dash for points. Also I think the qualifying scheme is paying off because I'm so intriuged to know what kind of fuel Alonso and the McLarens have on board. It is also going to be interesting to see how fast that new Ferrari actually is with Schumacher starting in P15.
Kimi Raikonnen and McLaren Fan here!
I'd also like to see David Coultard and Jacques Villenueve do well. And, of course, USA's own Scott Speed.
Sick of M.Schumacher, for certain - but he does have stunning ability behind the wheel.
I'm still not happy with the new Qualifying System. Actually I hate it. I'd rather have a "three hot lap - best of the three stands" system, but that would be too logical, it seems.
Could you please add me to your F1 ping list.
Thanks for the Ping. Watching Sebring at night-cool. Will catch F1 at the replay Speed TV 12:30 pm. EST.
Good one! Thanks!
I think Rosberg has a chance in this race.
The FIA has published the following official grid. This is how it stands at this point - it's only called 'provisional' because teams may make further alterations.
14. M Schumacher
22. R Schumacher
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