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    12th July 2018, 20:15
    I agree, Hulkenburg or Wehrlien would have matched this Bottas performance and even better it. I was disappointed when they did not promote from...
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    12th July 2018, 20:06
    Bagwan, it cuts both ways. Drivers of cars behind know they are susceptible to losing their downforce at the front while trying to pass cars in front...
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    12th July 2018, 19:54
    When the tyre is done, it is difficult to command tight turns at corners. Bottas did not have the grip to make the required defensive tight turn to...
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    12th July 2018, 19:41
    Bottas has not raised his game to level of Rosberg whom he replaced. And that is a weakness at Mercedes. But l would not blame Bottas for Vettel...
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    10th July 2018, 16:29
    Who is your money on now????
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    9th July 2018, 23:02
    Losing front down force due to close proximity to a car ahead has always been a known problem since the front wing emerged in F1. When you couple...
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    9th July 2018, 22:45
    We were deprived of a proper duel at the front by the collision. But the possibility of it depended on Hamilton in 3rd position getting past Bottas...
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    8th July 2018, 15:44
    Maybe! At least Mercedes would have had two cars on the podium if they had changed Bottas' tyre.
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    8th July 2018, 15:41
    This is racing buddy and Kimi was really pumped for this race. With cold tyres and brakes at the start, collision is highly likely if you end up in...
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    8th July 2018, 15:13
    Merc poor strategy not to change Bottas tyre may have cost them the win of this brilliant race.
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    7th July 2018, 17:29
    Now Redbull have won three races with so many opportunities to win ahead. Surely they would win at least one more before the season is out.
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    7th July 2018, 11:04
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread Austria '18 in Formula 1
    Yea, it is so easy to remember races that a Mercedes driver lost due to very poor strategic calls by the Mercedes pitwall. Clearly whoever makes...
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    7th July 2018, 10:52
    Nitrodaze started a thread Mclaren Unravels in Formula 1
    In the nakedness of Honda's departure from Mclaren, the true price of Ron Dennis' departure become starkly apparent. Not having Honda to blame for...
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    4th July 2018, 18:15
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread LeClerc to Ferrari? in Formula 1
    I think Ferrari may choose to play the long game with Le Clerc. They may choose to put him in the car to build him up for the new era starting in...
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    4th July 2018, 18:00
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread Austria '18 in Formula 1
    The reigning constructors world champion are beginning to crack under the sort of pressure they have not faced since the start of the hybrid era....
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    30th June 2018, 14:40
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread McLaren in Formula 1
    The Mclaren move from Honda engine to Renault engine did not light the F1 world on fire. This path seem unlikely to lead them to glory of winning...
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    30th June 2018, 14:30
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread LeClerc to Ferrari? in Formula 1
    I have to say l am impressed with Le Clerc. But the gap between him and Ericsson makes me wonder if that is because he is getting more love from...
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    25th June 2018, 13:55
    If you look back the last three years of Vettels infringement of the F1 rules, there is supporting evidence that the stewards tend to be very lenient...
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Is Mercedes killing F1?

by Nitrodaze on 5th December 2015 at 19:51
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When a team assumes a position of unrivaled dominance, it is usual for fans to complain about lack of competition at the front. When Michael Schumacher chalked up 5 consecutive drivers title with Ferrari, there was endless complaints of how boring f1 had become. But even in that era, Hakkinen and Alonso managed to win double driver titles each. Hence, there were teams close enough to Ferrari to give Ferrari a good run for their money each season. The team dynamics was centred around Schumacher with

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Where does Nico Rosberg go from here?

by Nitrodaze on 5th December 2015 at 19:37
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I agree with you, Bagwan, in that if the guy writing the check (sort of) says that there is a problem, then there is a problem... within the team, at least. But I think it's more likely that Mercedes and Wolff are playing the long game here, looking ahead to 2017 and beyond, when the gap to Ferrari, and maybe Red Bull and others, will have probably closed. Both Hamilton and Rosberg scored enough points individually this year that even with Susie Wolff in the second car, Mercedes would have still

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