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Sunday, 29 March 2009


Well what a great day for the team it couldn't have been written any better. Maximum points for the team and great results for Jenson and Rubens. I think Rubens was a little disappointed he couldn't take the race to Jenson but one of them were bound to win. Jenson looked comfortable throughout with only Kubica towards the latter stages seeming to have the pace to come through. I'm sure Rubens was frustrated with his start but made steady progress even with his front wing hindering airflow at the start of the GP. I'm always frustrated by the commentators when they don't pick up on something as simple as the fact Rubens needed to stop again and he hadn't run the super softs, they kept questioning whether he would run to the end. All in all a great way for Brawn GP to start the season and lets hope we can carry this momentum through to Malaysia. Thanks to Jenson I have £17 now sitting in my William Hill account and with both drivers scoring maximum points I'm on my way towards my constructors bet too.

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I have been an F1 fan from a very early age, however in my very early years I didn't really support a team just loved the racing. Since the BAR years I have been supporting this team through it's highs and lows. I'm confident under Ross Brawn's control the team will go from strength to strength and hopefully Jenson and Rubens can find themselves in a competitive car once more.


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