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As per title. :D


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hold on isn't finish yet...may the God of Renault alternators do his job :))


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:29 pm 
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The race still running on my tv?

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:02 pm 
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Now we do! And Hamilton is on top too. Perfect!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:08 pm 
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phyz wrote:
Now we do! And Hamilton is on top too. Perfect!

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:14 pm 
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It's taken long enough. Now let's hope for an all-German Schumacher, Vettel, Hülkenberg podium in Brazil before the legend retires (I may be alone with that one).

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:15 pm 
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Yes, and they all got to wear fantastic hats on the podium!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:16 pm 
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Stunned when I heard this. The 3 best drivers not sharing a podium after all these years is crazy!


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:18 pm 
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because before artificial trye degredation shaked up the order forcing the best drivers to drive slow.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:26 pm 
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chrcoluk wrote:
because before artificial trye degredation shaked up the order forcing the best drivers to drive slow.

Even when they had Bridgestone tires?

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scuderia_stevie wrote:
It's taken long enough. Now let's hope for an all-German Schumacher, Vettel, Hülkenberg podium in Brazil before the legend retires (I may be alone with that one).


Has there ever been a podium of 3 drivers from the same nation?`


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DonkeyRhubarb wrote:
scuderia_stevie wrote:
It's taken long enough. Now let's hope for an all-German Schumacher, Vettel, Hülkenberg podium in Brazil before the legend retires (I may be alone with that one).


Has there ever been a podium of 3 drivers from the same nation?`

1950:
Italy: Farina, Ascari&Serafini, Fagioli
1951:
Belgium: Farina, Ascari, Villoresi
1952:
France: Ascari, Farina, Taruffi
Holland: Ascari, Farina, Villoresi
1953:
Holland: Ascari, Farina, Bonetto(&Gonzalez)
1956:
Italy: Moss, Collins(&Fangio), Flockhart
1958:
Belgium: Brooks, Hawthorn, Lewis-Evans
Britain: Collins, Hawthorn, Salvadori
Portugal: Moss, Hawthorn, Lewis-Evans

1963:
Britain: Clark, Surtees, Hill
1964:
Holland: Clark, Surtees, Arundell
Britain: Clark, Hill, Surtees
1965:
S.Africa: Clark, Surtees, Hill
France: Clark, Stewart, Surtees
Britain: Clark, Hill, Surtees
1968:
USA: Stewart, Hill, Surtees

1980:
S.Africa: Arnoux, Laffite, Pironi
1982:
France: Arnoux, Prost, Pironi
1983:
San Marino: Tambay, Prost, Arnoux

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:49 am 
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Laura23 wrote:
DonkeyRhubarb wrote:
scuderia_stevie wrote:
It's taken long enough. Now let's hope for an all-German Schumacher, Vettel, Hülkenberg podium in Brazil before the legend retires (I may be alone with that one).


Has there ever been a podium of 3 drivers from the same nation?`

1950:
Italy: Farina, Ascari&Serafini, Fagioli
1951:
Belgium: Farina, Ascari, Villoresi
1952:
France: Ascari, Farina, Taruffi
Holland: Ascari, Farina, Villoresi
1953:
Holland: Ascari, Farina, Bonetto(&Gonzalez)
1956:
Italy: Moss, Collins(&Fangio), Flockhart
1958:
Belgium: Brooks, Hawthorn, Lewis-Evans
Britain: Collins, Hawthorn, Salvadori
Portugal: Moss, Hawthorn, Lewis-Evans

1963:
Britain: Clark, Surtees, Hill
1964:
Holland: Clark, Surtees, Arundell
Britain: Clark, Hill, Surtees
1965:
S.Africa: Clark, Surtees, Hill
France: Clark, Stewart, Surtees
Britain: Clark, Hill, Surtees
1968:
USA: Stewart, Hill, Surtees

1980:
S.Africa: Arnoux, Laffite, Pironi
1982:
France: Arnoux, Prost, Pironi
1983:
San Marino: Tambay, Prost, Arnoux


I'm surprised there's that many! Although thinking of the makeup of the grid over the years it makes sense.

Interesting that it hasn't happened for nearly 30 years as well. Doesn't seem likely to happen anytime soon either.


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