你没有输,马沙

    2008年一级方程式赛车(F1)在巴西站落下帷幕,马沙在积分榜上以一分之差饮恨,而哈米顿成为了历史上最年轻的F1世界冠军。
 
    这是一场紧凑的比赛,赛况跌宕起伏,所有观赛者的心情都随着赛情而起落,心跳一百。曾经在最后5圈以内,哈米顿的世界冠军争夺告急,陷入再次丢失世冠的危机。不过,这一次,幸运女神选择了哈米顿。只要排在第五位就能够一举夺下世界冠军的哈米顿,原本因为被维特尔超越而落至第六位,而马沙在领跑位置,遥遥领先,眼看世界冠军要易手了,孰知最后一圈的最后一个弯角,格洛克没有办法守着自己的第四位,反而让维特尔和哈米顿超越,冲线!哈米顿夺下第五位,成功夺下世界冠军。当时的状况,我看得心痛,因为法拉利阵营和迈凯轮阵营同时大肆欢呼庆祝,然而,幸运女神硬生生把法拉利的欢喜给夺走了。下一秒,法拉利阵营发觉自己搞错了,世界冠军,依然属于哈米顿。顿时,在自己的家乡--巴西站夺下冠军的马沙,顿时感到五味杂陈。仅仅一分之差,他就能够把世界冠军夺回来,很可惜,他没能做到。
 
    如果,法拉利在新加坡站没有因为加油系统而令马沙白白失了10分;如果,哈米顿只能以第六位冲线;如果格洛克能够坚持到最后……如果,如果……一切都不重要了。比赛,命运,本来就不容许如果和也许。比赛是100%努力和200%运气的玩意,缺一不可。很可惜,今年的马沙,就是缺了运气。
 
    哥哥和我对着屏幕,无言。如果早在之前就完全绝望了,我们也许没有那么放不开。但是,奇迹真的几乎就发生了!哥哥和我一直坚信着世界冠军将落入马沙手中,只要哈米顿只能以第六位冲线。最后,当我们看到排行榜上第五位的名字栏上面出现哈米顿的名字,哥哥和我真的完全泄气了。我哭了。奇迹,终究离开了马沙,而哈米顿,获得奇迹的眷顾。
 
    本来很多的不满,很多的埋怨,但是,马沙的一句话,让我完全信服了。他接受这个现实,他知道这就是命运,这就是比赛。最重要的是,他能够很光荣骄傲的抬起头告诉全世界,他并没有输,因为他依然是F1中最出色的赛车手之一。世界冠军,是给获得最高分的人,他承认哈米顿的胜利,他恭喜哈米顿。如此懂得何谓体育精神的人,让我彻底心悦诚服。马沙,你只是输了比赛,但是你赢得了全世界的尊敬。
 
    2008年度巴西站,我想这是近年来,乃至历史上无与伦比最经典的赛事。这场比赛,它见证了无数英雄的诞生。马沙、哈米顿、雷科能、阿隆索、维特尔、库比卡、格洛克、特鲁利等人,大家都是本场赛事的英雄。马沙,一个立志要在家乡再次夺冠,他做到了。对他而言,巴西站冠军的含金量,不必世界冠军来得低;哈米顿成功成为史上最年轻世界冠军,无论驾驶风格多么受到争议,他终究还是赢得了世界冠军,或许他的毛躁风格的确非常遭人嫌,但是不能否认,他的确是一代奇才;雷科能在完全退出世冠争夺下,依旧不屈不挠地在恶劣天气下跑出季军位置,并且给予第二位的阿隆索顽强抵抗;阿隆索在最后数站明显状态回勇,证明两届世界冠军不是侥幸得来的;维特尔,一个在今年冒出头来的抢眼小伙子,在整场比赛扮演着举足轻重的角色,他超越哈米顿,差点就令世界冠军易手了;库比卡在本场比赛只能当陪跑角色,但是出乎意料的,他似乎无意间帮助了维特尔超越哈米顿,也给了法拉利阵营一线曙光;而把法拉利的奇迹彻底弄碎的人,正是格洛克,他在最后的无能为力,让哈米顿成功以第五位冲线,造就最年轻的世界冠军;而特鲁利、费斯切拉等人在本站都曾经给予第一集团车手顽强对抗,所以在这一站,大家都是英雄,大家都没有输。
 
    马沙流泪了。哈米顿流泪了。哈米顿采取消极方式保护夺取世界冠军的机会,本来就需要承担一切被超越的风险,即使输了也不能怨任何人。本站哈米顿表现实在不怎么样,因为采取保护政策,驾驶速度非常一般,表现平平。本站其实出现很多超车镜头,当时我第一个想法就是,哈米顿,看吧,这样才是超车!哈米顿无可否认是真的很有速度,让他以第一排位一骑绝尘的话一定没有问题,但是他的超车风格实在过于毛躁,很多车手都领教过了,这不是一名世界冠军应该有的特征。只希望获取世界冠军后的哈米顿,能够变得更成熟一些,公平竞赛,才是全世界想看到的。今年的比赛,太多太多的争议,冀望以后的赛季的每一站比赛,都能够出现让全世界心悦诚服的成绩。比起哈米顿松一口气的喜悦,马沙感受到的,更多是五味杂陈的胜利。他应该高兴的,他在自己的家乡全国车迷面前,再次创造了在家乡扬威的历史。但是也很可惜的,他因为一分之差而没能染指世界冠军。今年的马沙,复制了去年哈米顿的命运,一分之差。后舒马克时代进入第二年,连续两年都出现世冠混战的状况,就证明了,后舒马克时代目前并没有一个绝对领军人物,大家的实力都太过接近,大家都有能力染指世界冠军。今年,马沙没有得到命运的眷顾,但是大家都坚信,属于马沙的时代,总有一天会到来。
 
    马沙在领奖时,不断拍打自己的胸口,告诉全世界的人,他同样是一个赢家,他没有输,因为由始至终,他并没有放弃过。一线希望就一线希望吧!一线希望就代表还有希望,不是吗?和去年哈米顿因为急躁失误而失去世冠的状况不同,马沙在本站以堪称完美的大三元(第一排位、分站冠军、最快圈速)表现完成了自己的任务。他为自己、队友、车队乃至全世界车迷感到骄傲。马沙,你的体育精神体现,成功让大家,包括迈凯轮和哈米顿的车迷,给予你最大的尊敬,和最响亮的掌声。车队冠军,也是一种荣耀,也证明法拉利仍然是最强车队之一。2008年赛季,我想没有一名参与过的车手会忘记这一年。
 
以下是摘自PlanetF1的文章:
Felipe Massa—
Although the Ferrari driver clinched the victory in Sunday’s Brazilian GP, he could do little to stop Lewis Hamilton from coming home in fifth place, thereby winning the title by one point.
It was a disappointing outcome for Massa, who for a few brief moments believed he had won the title as Hamilton was only P6 when the Brazilian crossed the line.
Moments later, though, Hamilton took fifth place off Timo Glock, robbing Massa of the title.
"I think you know the race was just perfect," said the Brazilian. "We did everything fantastically with such a difficult weather. I am so proud about that race I am so proud about the team.
"I am so proud about the people around who support me more than ever, more than 100 percent, much more than I expected.
"That is really an emotional day for me. You always do everything perfect even with the temperature but we saw Lewis passing Glock again and that is really mixed a lot of emotions, but that is racing.
"The race finishes at the chequered flag. We finished in front and we have to be very proud of that, we missed one point but that is racing. We need to be proud about our job, we need to be proud about our race and our Championship.
"I know how to win and I know how to lose. It is another day of my life. I will learn a lot from this day but I am very emotional."
The Ferrari driver congratulated Hamilton on his title glory, vowing to come back stronger next season and take it away from the McLaren driver.
"I am sure our president, everyone in the team is very proud, very happy like me – and we need to congratulate Lewis as he did a great Championship, he scored more points than us so he deserves to be Champion," the Brazilian said.
"I know how to lose, I know how to win and it is another day of my life where I will learn a lot.
"Hopefully we come back here with the title (next year), but it is part of our experience and part of our life."
 
Lewis Hamilton—
The McLaren driver won this year’s Championship to be crowned the youngest-ever Champion in the history of F1 by overtaking Timo Glock on the penultimate corner of the Brazilian GP and, still shaking with disbelief, admitted his heart could not cope with such drama again.
"I need to rest because my heart is on the limit," he told reporters in a scrum outside of the McLaren garage.
Asked if the title would be the first of many, Hamilton replied: "I hope so. But I don’t know if my heart can stand another final lap like that…"
第一集团车手谈话:
Ferrari
Felipe Massa:
It was an exciting day. We did everything to perfection and we almost managed to pull it off. Then, as I crossed the line, Rob told me that Hamilton had finished fifth and therefore he took the title by one point. Sport is like this and one has to accept that.
"Congratulations to Lewis: whoever gets the most points deserves the title. I am very proud of the whole team and how much support they have given me during this fantastic season. Now we must be happy with what have done, namely bringing home the Constructors’ title which I know is so important for the team.
"It was a season of highs and lows and we have learned a lot, from the good moments and from our mistakes. I can leave Interlagos with my head held high because once again I have won in front of my home crowd and because this is an unforgettable day. Now I want to celebrate with my family, my friends and my team. We deserve it!"
 
Kimi Raikkonen: I am happy that the team has managed to win the Constructors’ title and I am sorry for Felipe, who has lost the title by a single point. That’s racing and we have to live with it. I am particularly happy for Stefano, in his first year as team principal as I know how much pressure he has had to deal with and I think that this result is a good reward for that.
"My race was not particularly exciting. At the start the track was wet, especially the first three corners, where I was being very careful not to make a mistake. Then, my first set of dry tyres gave me a lot of understeer and I was struggling to match the pace of the leaders.
"On the second set, things gradually improved and I managed to close up on Alonso. Then, when we went onto wets, I got very close but the team told me to avoid taking any risks as Felipe had a chance of winning the title and so I gave up on attacking him. A not very positive season for me has come to an end, but I will do all I can to make up for it next year."
 
McLaren
Lewis Hamilton:
The most dramatic race of my whole life. It’s pretty much impossible to put this into words: I’m still speechless. It’s been such a long journey, but I’ve always had the support of my family, the team, our partners and the fans. We did a fantastic job throughout the whole year and, with all the sacrifices we made, I’m so thrilled to be able to win this for everyone.
"Before it started to rain I was quite comfortable, and I was just focused on having a clean race. Then it started to drizzle and I didn’t want to take any risks – but Sebastian got past me and I was told that I had to get back in front of him. I couldn’t believe it. Then at the very last corner I managed to get past Timo – it was just amazing. This was one of the toughest races of my life, if not the toughest. I was shouting, ‘Do I have it? Do I have it?’ on the radio. It was only when I took the chequered flag and got to Turn One that the team told me I was World Champion. I was ecstatic."
 
Heikki Kovalainen: The most important news today is that Lewis pulled it off; he did exactly what he had to do to win the Championship. Everybody in the team deserves this title, particularly after what happened here one year ago, but the guys stayed focused throughout so congratulations to everyone. I’ll now work even harder over the winter and hopefully next year’s world champion will be on the other side of our garage!"
 
得分者谈话:
Renault
Fernando Alonso:
I am very happy with this second place. The conditions were difficult but we were able to take advantage of them. We did our maximum, the team made the right decisions at the right times, and I managed to keep Raikkonen behind me until the finish. It’s a fantastic result for the team and a great way to end the season."
 
Toro Rosso
Sebastian Vettel:
It was a difficult and chaotic race and it’s great to end the season on a high with this fourth place. I didn’t make any mistakes and I feel we deserved this result, even if I was hoping for a podium. It was great to be racing against Massa, Alonso and Hamilton. Great fun! Towards the end, I was concentrating on staying on the track and I didn’t know where I was in terms of position and I just tried to pass Lewis like any other guy and I succeeded. I passe Timo just at the last corner, as he was struggling on dry tyres. Lewis was behind me at that moment, but as I wasn’t sure where I was after the final pit stop for rain tyres, I was definitely not awar that I might be influencing the World Championship. It was hard to know who was a backmarker or not and as it got darker and darker it was even difficult to know who the cars in front of you were. The important thing is that I scored five points. It’s been a fantastic season."
 
Toyota
Timo Glock:
I was on dry tyres at the end of the race when it was raining quite badly and it was just impossible on the last lap. I was fighting as hard as I could but it was so difficult to just keep the car on the track and I lost positions right at the end of the lap. Finishing in the top six is a decent result for me because I’d been struggling with the car earlier in the weekend but we were very close to fourth place so I am a bit disappointed. It’s the end of my first season with Toyota and I’m happy with it as a whole. It was not easy for me early on but we improved the car a lot and I also improved myself during the year. Since Hockenheim it’s been positive for me; beating my target of 20 points and finishing on the podium as well is a good achievement. Now we have to work even harder for next year to make another step forward."
 
Jarno Trulli: It was an eventful race. We had a good start and the first laps were pretty good, when I was following Felipe Massa. It started to dry up and we went for dry tyres. Unfortunately I got stuck behind Fisichella who was much slower than me. I didn’t have the top speed to overtake him so I lost a lot of time over those laps. As soon as I got away from him I was one of the quickest on the track, I was recovering quite a lot and closing the gap to the guys in front but it was not enough. When it rained we took the choice to stay on dry tyres and we got a point. Having started second we missed an opportunity but overall we have done a good championship and I am pretty happy with that. Now we are aiming to make even bigger progress for next year. Finally I would like to say that my five years working with Richard Cregan has been fantastic and I wish him all the best with his new career."
 
无法获取积分车手:
Red Bull
Mark Webber:
The car was pretty difficult to drive today. We had a long middle stint, but the pace wasn’t there and I struggled. We knew some of the problems we had from practice and we tried to cater for those in the race, but in the end most of them were still there. It’s disappointing to finish ninth."
 
Renault
Nelson Piquet Jr: I don’t really know what happened: if I was touched or if I simply lost control of the car, but I couldn’t see that much and I lost the rear of my car in turn 3. It’s really frustrating not to complete my home Grand Prix because a lot of things happened in the race and we could probably have taken advantage of them. But we should not look back and I want to thank the team for their support this weekend."
 
Toro Rosso
Sebastien Bourdais: I had a fairly good start, holding my position, but after the switch to dry tyres, the car was a bit difficult to drive. Timo passed me, benefiting from a mistake I made. We caught Fisichella, but I couldn’t get a good exit out of the final turn so couldn’t pass. This allowed the others to close on me. Jarno decided to go for it, which was fine, except he outbraked himself and pushed me towards the grass and I lost six places. It’s the second time in a row that Jarno has upset my race. After that, I was stuck in traffic, with some graining and I was unable to attack anyone as I continued not to get the last corner right. At the end, the team gambled on heavy rain and put me on extreme wets, so I lost another position to Kubica on intermediates. Not a great weekend!"
 
BMW
Nick Heidfeld:
My biggest problem today was the start. I just had too much wheel spin, so I literally stuck on the spot. Then I had a few good overtaking manoeuvres and gained positions. Later the balance of my car tended to become very difficult and, especially when I was behind Jarno Trulli, I lost downforce. Later in the race I was behind Mark Webber and tried to fight him, which ruined my tyres. When the first rain drops appeared with eight laps to go I gambled and pitted for intermediates. There was nothing to lose. I was tenth, but unfortunately I stayed tenth. Anyway we didn’t have a good race today, but nevertheless we had a good season. Congratulations to the World Champions!"
 
Robert Kubica: "Losing third place in the Drivers’ Championship in the last race is definitely not the best situation. We made too many mistakes during the weekend and this is the result. Unfortunately I started on dry tyres, as we had the wrong information about the track conditions. During the race was stuck behind Adrian Sutil for quite a long time. I managed to make up some positions in the final laps of the race, but it was too late. Congratulations to Ferrari and Lewis Hamilton!
 
Williams
Nico Rosberg:
I am generally quite pleased with my race. Starting 18th on the grid and finishing 12th in such difficult conditions is ok. I think I drove a good race, I had a great start and everything worked well. A long season is over and I am now really looking forward to the winter. Thanks to the whole team for their efforts in a difficult year and congratulations to Lewis for winning the Championship, he really deserved it."
 
Kazuki Nakajima: That was a very disappointing race and pretty much over for me in the first corner. The car took a lot of damage to the bodywork and to the suspension which compromised my pace a lot. It looks like it was a great Championship fight between Hamilton and Massa, my congratulations to Lewis."
 
Honda
Jenson Button:
I had a good start to the race, making up three positions out of the first couple of corners, however from there we suffered from being held up in traffic. We made an unusual call on my strategy, pitting early and switching to what would have been a three-stop programme to avoid the traffic situation. When I did have clean air, the car’s performance was actually not bad, however unfortunately the strategy didn’t really work out for us. We then needed to stop again for wet tyres at the end of the race anyway and fitting the extreme wets didn’t pay off for us. This weekend brings a difficult and frustrating season to a close for our team but I am proud of the way in which we have persevered and maintained our motivation right to the last race."
 
Rubens Barrichello: It was a crazy race with the weather playing a big role in the result today. It was actually quite a competitive race for us in the context of the car’s performance and I was running just outside the top ten before the final pit stop. When the rain came right at the end of the race, we took a gamble by fitting the extreme wets, thinking that it might pay off if the rain was particularly heavy. That didn’t work out for us and I dropped a few places when I was forced to stop again just three laps later because the tyres completely overheated. We’ve always done our utmost to extract the maximum performance from the car this year and it is a credit to us that this resulted in a podium finish at Silverstone. Thank you to everyone at the team for keeping their heads up during a difficult year."
 
Force India
Adrian Sutil:
I think it was a good finish for this season – at least we could see the chequered flag. We had two cars behind us too, which was a good effort. It was quite difficult at the beginning to get the strategy right with the tyre choice.
"We started on the intermediates and then went back to drys and it worked out quite well for us. On the first set we had a lot of graining but the second was quite alright. We gambled at the end with the extreme wets as it was very dark and looked like it would rain very heavily. The rain didn’t come soon enough though and we struggled, but overall we did the maximum we could."
 
Giancarlo Fisichella: It was an exciting race, with so many things happening. It was a good decision to go to the dry tyres after the safety car came out and then it was looking very good. This part of the race was fantastic, even though it was very difficult through the first part of the circuit. Turns one and two were particularly bad, almost undriveable, but the rest of the circuit wasn’t too bad as there was a dry line.
"The lap time was getting much better, then for a while I was in the first three and was keeping a good pace. Unfortunately in the first pit stop I had a problem with the clutch and dropped right back. In both stops there was no clutch and I lost a lot. In the rain at the end we tried to gamble with the extreme tyres as there was nothing to lose. Despite the result though it was an incredible start to the race and we can be pleased with the performance."
 
将在此站后退休的库哈德:
Red Bull
David Coulthard: I’m pretty gutted, it’s not how I wanted to end my career. I took a cautious approach into Turn one and left plenty of space for the car on the inside, but unfortunately I think Rosberg hit me though Turn two, which spun me round. I thought it would be okay, but then Nakajima ran into the front of my car and took off the front corner. I felt good on the warm up laps going to the grid, I had no problem with it being wet and I wanted to get to the chequered flag. I was going to do some do-nuts for the crowd, which is something you normally get fined for, but it didn’t work out. I can’t complain though, I’ve had a good career, so thank you to everyone who has supported me. Thank you also to the efforts of every member of the Red Bull Racing team for the last four years, which have been a lot of fun, I look forward to continuing to work with them in the future. I’ve been overwhelmed by the level of support I’ve had from the paddock this weekend, it means a great deal to me that so many people have taken the time to say ‘nice career and good luck with the future’. And, in the absence of a World Championship, I think if I can leave with that, then that’s a good ending."
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