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    Yesterday, 19:21
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread Lets talk Bottas in Formula 1
    I think Bottas is still looking good. Verstapenn and Redbull sort of screwed up his championship fight to a small extent. He has to recover from it...
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    11th June 2019, 17:41
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    Yes you are correct, l missed that. I suppose the Stewards decision is final in this case. It is interesting to note that the same section places...
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    11th June 2019, 17:33
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    Actually, in recent times, Vettel has been very proper and a model racer, especially after his wheel banging with Hamilton in Baku. Hardly gets into...
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    11th June 2019, 17:25
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    You can imagine how much of a bigger problem this would be for Ferrari if they created a situation where Leclerc sneaks into 2nd place with Vettel...
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    11th June 2019, 17:21
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    That section of the rules do not prevent Ferrari from appealling the decision of the stewards. It simply insist that the team and driver must comply...
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    11th June 2019, 15:28
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    I don't think the current rule prevents Ferrari from appealing the decision of the stewards. Ferrari has initially indicated the intention of...
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    11th June 2019, 12:53
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    I agree that the stewards need to be timely with their decisions. They obviously need to improve how they prioritize their deliberation of incidents...
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    10th June 2019, 20:27
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    I can't argue with your views here. That really was the sentiment this weekend. The penalty raised the question, "why is Vettel not allow to fight...
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    9th June 2019, 23:46
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    Quite true actually, what you describe there is purely racing. Give no quarter and expect none in return. I have watched the race properly again and...
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    9th June 2019, 21:18
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    Lewis Hamilton matches the 7 race wins of Michael Schumacher at this track.
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    9th June 2019, 20:55
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    I hear you, but the point is not to punish Vettel for making a mistake but to apply discretion to the situation of how he re-entered the track. ...
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    9th June 2019, 20:53
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    Ricciado did well to finish 6th and best of the rest. A strong Renault showing this weekend, they have closed up to Mclaren who is 3rd in the...
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    9th June 2019, 20:37
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    It is a controversial decision but l think the decision seemed unfair. Vettel made a mistake and cutting the track gave him an advantage. But they...
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    9th June 2019, 08:47
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    I am kind of happy for Vettel finding form and taking it to Hamilton. When things were tough for him and Ferrari, most people criticized him and...
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    8th June 2019, 19:46
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    Wow, what a lap by Vettel. 1:10:240 sec, the lap record for the Canadian Gille Villeneurve track and the fastest ever lap on this track. Half a...
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    7th June 2019, 06:52
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    We are only a quarter of the way through the 2019 season. It is too early to write off Ferrari. That said, they have a mountain to climb, since they...
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    6th June 2019, 15:53
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Canadian F1 GP in Formula 1
    You are obviously certain that Ferrari would drop the ball again. If they do, Bottas would need to do something special to beat Hamilton on his...
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    5th June 2019, 21:16
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread Rookie battles in 2019 in Formula 1
    A quarter of the way through the season, l wonder how l fared with my predictions of the 2019 rookies against their more experienced team mates. ...
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    3rd June 2019, 18:04
    The red baron, Michael Schumacher remains the most successful driver to ever race this track with 7 wins. Followed closely by Lewis Hamilton with six...
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    31st May 2019, 16:01
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    I think l have seen enough to say that Ferrari made a huge mistake getting rid of Arrivabene. This season the engine has stepped forward, but...
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    30th May 2019, 20:45
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    Wow, that have would been a fatality without a doubt. It is crazy how really close the proximity of the car was to the marshall.
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    30th May 2019, 20:39
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    I seriously doubt Ferrari would drop a four times world champion and replace him with a driver with no championship title to his name. Impressive as...
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    29th May 2019, 06:17
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    I see your point, but it makes the race a procession of fast cars. That is not racing. Baku has shown that it could be better, even on street tracks...
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    27th May 2019, 16:04
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    I think if they get rid of the "Nouvelle" chicanes 10 and 11 and just have a straight from the tunnel to the Tabac corner, that would produce...
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    27th May 2019, 15:52
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    Of late, l have to say l see your point. The point about commentary is to present an unbiased and objective view. Unfortunately, Crofty struggles...
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    27th May 2019, 15:37
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    I agree, it is time for the track layout of Monaco to change. They have to find a way to make it more like Baku with a long enough straight for the...
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    26th May 2019, 19:40
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    After such a brilliant start to the season, Bottas' season took a dent from a reckless Redbull release of Verstapenn as they tried to steal 2nd place...
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    26th May 2019, 10:02
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    Weather at Monaco may be 20 degrees celcius, 10% chance of rain at the start of the race. Chances are that would be no rain today through out the...
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    26th May 2019, 09:44
    Based on the form of Renault, I think Ricciado should have stayed in Redbull where he had the car to showcase his talent for the 2021 driver market....
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    25th May 2019, 22:37
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread 2019 Monaco F1 GP in Formula 1
    There is 60% chance of rain tomorrow. There is everything to drive for. Bottas v2.0 has continued to impress, l expect he would give Hamilton a good...
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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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