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    Simon
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    My favourite guest interviewer has to be Arnie this year!!

    Arnie

    #302827
    Anonymous
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    Another couple here: both Moreno and Suzuki enjoying their first (and only) podiums on the same day … have you ever seen bigger smiles!

    jpn

    And of course Monaco 1984. No Bellof as Tyrrell were running under appeal, Prost looking sheepish and Senna unsmiling because of the win that he felt was stolen from him.

    mon

    #302828
    JackySteeg
    Participant

    Hungary 2006 was one of my favourites. First win for Button after years of waiting, first podium for de la Rosa after seemingly being doomed to spend his career as a test driver, with Heidfeld scoring BMW’s first podium as a full team. There haven’t been many podiums where all 3 drivers had something to be genuinely delighted about, and this was one of them.

    #302857
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    @jackysteeg That’s a great one! Three good guys getting their day in the sun. Thanks for posting it.

    #302877
    Iestyn Davies
    Participant

    Senna and Vettel's 41st podiums! Red surrounded by blue..

    Senna and Vettel’s 41st podiums! Red surrounded by blue..

    Hamilton will probably be the first driver to crack 41 wins and not do so in red overalls.

    #302881
    Strontium
    Participant

    Quite possibly Australia 2011. There was something very satisfying for me, seeing Petrov up there.

    #302883
    Jonathan
    Participant

    Agreed! It was an entertaining change from the usual interviews.

    I hope he sticks to his words ‘I’ll be back’!

    Actually, another podium which I found quite funny for the interviews was at Abu Dhabi in 2012 where both Vettel and Raikkonen swore on live TV. Then again it was Coulthard doing the interviews… I distinctly remember his comments after his accident with Massa at the 2008 Australian GP where he outlined just what he’d do to the then Ferrari driver if he didn’t apologise!

    #302927
    Girts
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    1999 Italian Grand Prix is one of my favourites – it did not feature any of the “usual suspects” and all three drivers seemed to be really satisfied with their performances. It also turned out to be the final victory for Heinz-Harald Frentzen and the final podium for Mika Salo.

    http://www.f1fanatic.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/williams-mecachrome_1999_-65.jpg

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