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Kimi to the bank!
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Truli got pole position...but who will bet for him?

Kimi is the leading bet then...I will put something on him and Alonso both getting a podium finish
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Word is that the teams with Michellin-tires have VERY BIG problems. Michellin stated that the tires are very unsafe (Ralf Schumacher can tell you everything about it) and Michellin asked the FIA to change the circuit or the possibility to give the teams a newer type of tires. Both are rejected by the FIA...
And who's on Bridgestones? Right, the Ferrari's.........VALUE!

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Renault, McLaren, Williams, Toyota, Sauber, Red Bull and BAR are not starting according to the latest news!!!!

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Michelin laat haar teams niet racen

Michelin zal de zeven Formule 1-teams die zij voorziet van banden niet laten racen vandaag in Indianapolis. Dit liet Michelin weten in reactie op een bericht dat de FIA naar Michelin stuurde. In dat bericht liet de FIA weten dat Michelin niet met nieuwe banden hoeft te komen voor de race en dat er geen chicane in de laatste bocht van het circuit gemaakt wordt.
Basically it says that Michelin is not going to let their teams start tonight. It's Michelin's reaction to the fact that the FIA is not going to change the circuit.

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Mark Webber says: 'I'm not gonna race'.

Michael Schumacher is down to 2.3 to win the race @ Betfair.

HIT IT!!
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This is an absolute disgrace!
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I cant believe I stayed up til 4am for this
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What a total fucking joke
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Whose bookies are refunding bets on this farce?

Because mine (WillHill) are saying all bets will stand, which is a fucking piss take.

Taken my money just like that
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Whose bookies are refunding bets on this farce?

Because mine (WillHill) are saying all bets will stand, which is a fucking piss take.

Taken my money just like that
I have big money on Schumi to win and Minardi to finish in the points at my local bookie, I'm waiting to see what they are going to do with my bets when the race is finished.

But it's totally fucked up if you've placed your bet yesterday...

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I have big money on Schumi to win and Minardi to finish in the points at my local bookie, I'm waiting to see what they are going to do with my bets when the race is finished.

But it's totally fucked up if you've placed your bet yesterday...
You'll be ok mate.

But I was big on Raikonnen, which is truly fucked up.

All bookies rules are: "If a car does the warm-up lap, there are no refunds, and all bets stand"
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You'll be ok mate.

But I was big on Raikonnen, which is truly fucked up.

All bookies rules are: "If a car does the warm-up lap, there are no refunds, and all bets stand"
I had money on crazy Montoya to finish in the podium at WHill...will be quite annoyed if they don't refund...
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What a crazy day. I nearly never bet on F1, but thanks to a tip from a friend I have my biggest win ever on it. This was a real bookie-beater.

But bookies should void all bets on drivers who didn't start.
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I had money on crazy Montoya to finish in the podium at WHill...will be quite annoyed if they don't refund...
They don't refund mate, even after threatening to close my account. Just got off the phone to them.
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this is a fuckin joke
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