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    Today, 17:32
    I have to say the sky commentary was one of the best l have experienced. Crofty was in fine form and now and then Kravits chipped in brilliantly with...
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    Today, 17:24
    Bottas was brilliant today, Albon showed why he deserves to keep that second seat at Redbull. What a great drive from Albon. Renault had a good day...
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    Today, 17:19
    It is the new rules that was introduced at Hockenhiem l think, which allows the defending driver to defend robustly at the expense of the attacking...
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    Today, 17:11
    Hamilton had 30% deg on all tires with 10 laps to go. He could have gone to the end of the race but would have needed to defend like crazy from...
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    Today, 17:06
    The Hamilton strategy was crap, a Mercedes one-two was possible. But even so, Hamilton was able to score that extra point to help Mercedes clinch...
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    9th October 2019, 16:52
    We head to the exotic track of Suzuka in Japan ahead of a controversial race in Sochi Russia. A race that had Ferrari as favorite to win but was won...
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    9th October 2019, 09:16
    https://www.motorsportforums.com/showthread.php?40378-2019-Japanese-GP-Suzuka&p=1231905#post1231905
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    6th October 2019, 10:46
    If you look at who has benefited from the fastest lap so far, you would find that only drivers from the top three have managed to pull it off...
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    4th October 2019, 17:21
    Hee hah! bring out the clock and daggers! F1 is about to go dark.
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    4th October 2019, 08:48
    I think go kart sprint race on ice would also be very entertaining. It hasn't got a bell tho but l can ring one for you Baggie.
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    4th October 2019, 08:37
    Nitrodaze replied to a thread Lets talk Bottas in Formula 1
    After Hamilton established a clear lead to attain number 1 status, Bottas has tried to do enough to play the tyeam game or at least finish 2nd where...
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    3rd October 2019, 18:29
    No arguments, just friendly banter my friend.
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    3rd October 2019, 18:24
    The 2021 market is going to be seismic. Hamilton would be out of contract as well as Vettel, Ricciado, Leclerc and possibly Verstapenn. Not to...
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    3rd October 2019, 18:18
    It does raise a number of questions though, did Vettel's MGUK die of natural causes or was it killed? Did Vettel do it out of anger or did someone at...
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    2nd October 2019, 19:29
    Vettel also said that the agreement did not stand because the circumstance of the race had changed and he felt they were open to race each other. You...
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    2nd October 2019, 19:23
    That was very much agreed and understood. The argument here is that we did not like Ferrari messing with the race outcome by some dodgy agreement for...
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    2nd October 2019, 19:16
    Wow, guilty until proven innocent! But you still assume that he agreed to the agreement. The team can make it awkward for Vettel to say no and he...
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    2nd October 2019, 18:57
    The problem with your argument is you assumed that Vettel agreed to the arrangement. You don't even know if he was pressured into the agreement. But...
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    2nd October 2019, 15:40
    Yep, l think l would be looking around if l were Seb. His Ferrari days are numbered.
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    2nd October 2019, 15:39
    Tell them buddy, tell them!
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    2nd October 2019, 10:13
    I think we would see the situation differently and that is ok. And l am not trying to defend Sebastien's conduct. We all know after "multi 21" that...
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    1st October 2019, 15:56
    If you watch the start again, you will see that Leclerc got off the line thinking of number one; himself only. He was not concerned about giving the...
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    1st October 2019, 15:24
    If you have Sky, please watch Davidson's analysis of the start. Leclerc gets of the line and tried to close down Hamilton, Vettel behind used the...
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    1st October 2019, 15:14
    You are right, the situation quickly became awkward and hanging Vettel out to dry looked bad and Leclerc whining constantly on the radio was pathetic.
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    1st October 2019, 15:12
    I totally agree!
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    1st October 2019, 11:53
    Wolff was talking about the slipstream once they got going. The slipstream off the start is a different matter. And it was strong enough to bring...
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    30th September 2019, 22:42
    Sorry mate, it is bizarre. How could you say Vettel negotiated to gain advantage when the alternative was to give Hamilton in the Mercedes the...
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    30th September 2019, 21:00
    Come on TBK, that is a bizzare way to look at the situation. The slipstream is there for anyone behind Leclerc and even Vettel. Being behind and...
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    30th September 2019, 18:32
    I have no regard for drivers who would not win on merit but prefer to use other drivers to prop themselves up. This is why in my eyes, Hamilton is...
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    30th September 2019, 17:23
    But that was my point, It didn't matter that Hamilton had a bad start, he was further ahead than Vettel and most likely to get into the slipstream of...
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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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