Galerinha, estou mega-atrasada para o work, mas deixo aqui a transcrição da entrevista coletiva de hoje. Hamilton tentanto dizer que agora "sente muito mais" pela corrida de Kimi. Tá ok meu filho? Já arruinou a lavoura...Vai te catar!!!
Sem contar que a jornalista da França pegou no pé do "Luisinho" quando ele disse que o acontecimento com Kimi no Canadá tinha sido um "pequeno acidente de corrida"!!!!
O Iceman também falou sobre o lance da grave, assim como Kubica. E o reizinho falou do lance da placa com seu nome... hehehe
Inclusive, são eles mesmos que pagam por suas super-licenças. Eu já achava mesmo isso, e Kimi confirmou hoje.

Fonte: KRS

Q. A question to all of you first of all. Looking back to Canada, your thoughts on that race, what you learned and your feelings after the race.
Kimi Raikkonen: Not much to say, really. I didn't score any points, so it was a bit of a bad weekend but those come sometimes.
Q. Anything to be gained or learned?
KR: No, like I said it was not the weekend we were looking for but that's racing, so hopefully we will do better here.
Lewis Hamilton: I think it was a pretty cool weekend for me really apart from it not ending the way we wanted it to, but that's racing.
Q. Anything to be learned or gained?
LH: Not particularly, no.
Q. Looking forward to this weekend. Kimi, you have finished every one of your seven races here and won here last year. You finished second from 13th in 2005, so generally speaking I would have thought a good circuit for you.
KR: Yeah, I quite enjoy it. It's a nice circuit, not probably the easiest to overtake here but overall it is a nice circuit and I enjoy it here. Hopefully we can get a good result. Last year we started to get things going more right here and hopefully it is the same this year.
Q. Lewis, how does your ten place penalty change your approach to this weekend?
LH: It doesn't really. It's a race, I'm here to win and so I approach it the same. Obviously we want to finish, we want to get as many points as possible. It just makes that harder but it's quite funny, that's the way it goes.
Q. Does it change the set-up, does it change the strategy?
LH: I don't particularly think so. Obviously it would be nice to qualify on the front row which would put us just outside the top ten but I don't know. I will have to wait and speak to my engineers.
Q. I have been asked to ask you a question about a number plate. Have you bought LEW15?
LH: No. Absolutely no interest. That sounds about the worst number plate I've ever heard of. I'm not stupid enough to spend a couple of hundred grand on a bloody number plate. I wouldn't spend a hundred pounds on a number plate. A number plate's a number plate. It doesn't mean nothing to me. I just heard about it today. It was the first I'd heard about it.
Q. Kimi, last year there were more perfect weekends for everybody but so far this year we've seen drivers not have good weekends; for instance, you've had two bad races the last two weekends. What are your feelings about the championship, the way it's going?
KR: It definitely looked better for me before the last two races but there's still a long way to go. The points' gap is pretty small between all the guys at the front, so we haven't lost anything yet. As long as we start getting where we should be in the races, we can easily come back but we cannot really afford to drop back more than we are now.
It's not the perfect place but like Felipe said, I think we have a strong package and we just need to get the best out of it and use it. We will see what happens now, but there are definitely many races to go, so nothing lost or gained. I'm not too worried about it.
Q. But at the same time this is quite a crucial race to score some points?
KR: Yeah, definitely we are going to score points, if we can just get the car to the finish, but we're here to try to win the race, so hopefully we can manage to do it and that would help a lot.
Q. (Ian Parkes - The Press Association) Fernando Alonso mentioned that there's a possibility that if the worst came to the worst, the drivers could go on strike. Could we have your thoughts first of all on that, Robert, and to the other three drivers, although you're not members of the GPDA, would you actually support your fellow drivers in this instance should the worst come to the worst?
KR: For sure I support (them). Of course it's better if it's not so expensive and it's the same for everybody, but I don't think there's any reason to go on strike and not race. I don't think that's the right way to go but it would be nice if we could reduce it.
Q. (David Croft – BBC 5) A stupid question, perhaps, but I assume you all pay your own super licences?
KR: Yeah.
Q. (David Croft – BBC 5) Kimi, is there another way that a compromise could be found, if you're not agreeing with the possibility of a strike? What is the compromise that could be worked out?
KR: I don't know. I don't see that first of all you can say that we strike but it's never going to happen that all the drivers will strike. Hopefully there is some nice solution that can be found at some point.
Q. (Michael Schmidt – Auto Motor und Sport) Lewis, coming back to Canada, looking at your performance, was it more annoying for you to lose a possible victory with such an incident in the pit lane compared to, say, a mistake out on the circuit and you spin or crash?
LH: No, for me it was less annoying because I find when you under-achieve on the circuit, if you make a mistake such as hitting the wall when you're in the lead by ten seconds, that would have really affected me a lot more. But it was such a silly, such a small incident which took two of the drivers out, it was a shame, but as I said, I wasn't that gutted. If anything, I was more gutted for Kimi because it was just unfortunate for being there at the time.
Q. (Anne Giuntini – L'Equipe) Sorry to disturb you, Lewis, but is it what you call a small incident involving Kimi being a victim? Is it smaller than a mistake that would annoy only you?
LH: That's what I just said, didn't I? I was just saying, in terms of the pressure I feel on myself and then the pressure I put on myself in the race and to perform, I feel I would be more affected if I was out on the track and I was driving, in the lead, doing a perfect race and then I made a huge mistake and crashed into the wall. It's a different feeling, that's all I'm saying. But obviously it was not a small incident and, as I said, I was more sorry and more concerned for Kimi because he was having a good race.
Q. (Dan Knutson – National Speed Sport News) A question for all of you: Auto Motor und Sport magazine said only ten F1 drivers make over US$10m. Compared to other sportsmen are you guys really underpaid?
RK: I think my opinion is that I'm not doing it for money. Of course, I need something for food and to live but in the end my approach is the same when I was racing in karting. In karting I wasn't paid, so no difference.
LH: Yes, good answer.
KR: I'm happy with what I'm getting. I'm not doing it for the money either, but for sure, you still put your life at risk and you need to get something for it. For sure, if people didn't think that you should get paid so much, they wouldn't pay, so there's always some reason. But I cannot really answer for the others. As I said, I'm happy where I am, what I'm doing, so that's the main thing.

Beijinhos, Ludy


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