Thursday, 2 October 2008
Hamilton was there in Shanghai and has also made these beautiful Chinese ... gave us a punch or kick competitors ... and made a beautiful POLE . . .
Ferrari prototype ... fruit of the integration of the idea developed of the airplane F 16 with the F1 race from motorcicleta Amir Glinik. .... From Israel and drew the highest boldly installed with a Ferrari engine ENZO ...
Alonso in the event prepared ... and eat Chinese food
And thus began Saturday ... Hamilton coming to another classification
Tributes to photographers covering the Formula1
Look there ... the responsibility of those pilots leaving good examples for the next generation remember
Ron Dennis always very attentive to all details of the McLaren team for which everything comes out perfect
And with Hamilton also giving all possible directions ... Ron Dennis for his experience is the biggest and best chief of staff to coordinate ... and super team and pilots ....
And Hamilton did not need flight perfectly ..... .. simply because arriving in the second ..... but Hamilton was 100% ...
Look how hard it is to make a POLE .... team needs 100% and pilot 100% . . . .
Talk about great team of boys VodafoneMcLarenMercedes worked 100 %......
Hamilton sign of doing good for the boys team .... thanking the excellent car ... missed the hug .... but who knows tomorrow ....
And no doubt Ron Dennis and I have much to celebrate today ..... most today is a POLE ... Hamilton did Pole are super happy ... and if tomorrow we celebrate God want more ... a big hug to all Lionel
Birthday Kimi fans in Shanghai
ABB! ! ! Chocolate cake with horses
Hamilton quiet .... but at the same time consentrado well in the race that had to do
Already the Ferrari was not so quiet. . . .
Rubinho .... best first or second pilot in the world ... has enormous experience ... you know .... not quite hit car .... not destroys the car is super fast .... and accept a salary plus low .... I think the chiefs of staff are Bobi .... and are not seeing ..... fate of those who hire him . . . . .