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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    It all Italy to me...
    Monza is very different to Imola, as Mugello is also very different to Monza and Imola. Not all Italy
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    Redbull seems to be losing the initiative. It is clear their operational capability is not standing up to the Mercedes benchmark. This is what might cause them to fall behind Mercedes in the fight for the 2022 Constructors and driver titles. They have to get their act together and win this race or Mercedes would streak away with an early points advantage. It would get harder for Redbull after this race, as we start heading to tracks that favour the Mercedes package.
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    FP3 - Max Strikes back

    1. Max 1:14:958
    2. Norris +0.456
    3. Hamilton +.557
    4. Perez +0.593

    We will know the "real deal" in a few minutes where it actually matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nKS View Post
    FP3 - Max Strikes back

    1. Max 1:14:958
    2. Norris +0.456
    3. Hamilton +.557
    4. Perez +0.593

    We will know the "real deal" in a few minutes where it actually matters.
    Cough... Perez.. 😉

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    Qualifying

    1. Hamilton 1:14:411
    2. PERZ 1:14.446
    3. Verstappen 1:14:498
    4. Leclerc 1:14:740

    Winners:
    1. Hamiliton
    2. Perez - out qualifies Verstappen
    3. Leclerc

    Losers
    1. Alpha Romeo (could not make it out of Q1)
    2. Bottas (went from Pole last year, to 8)
    3. Sainz

    That Hurts
    1. Norris (had a great run but track limits bit him on his last run)
    2. Yuki - life of a rookie, crashes in Q1

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    Comparison from last year to this year for best time between Mercedes and Red Bull

    Mercedes - 1:13.609
    Red Bull - 1:14.176 (+0.576)

    Qualifying this year
    Mercedes - 1:14.411
    Red Bull - 1:14.446 (+0.035)


    Red Bull is +0.270 slower from last year
    Mercedes is +0.802 slower from last year

    If you look at the similiar splits between last week, Mercedes looks to really have cut into their deficit they had.
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    Marko: Perez's improvement is unbelievable

    Today, ‎15‎:‎27

    Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko was left impressed by Sergio Perez after the Mexican qualified in second place for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

    https://racingnews365.com/marko-pere...s-unbelievable

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    Sergio Perez, is currently 33/1 to win the F1 World Championship.

    https://www.oddschecker.com/motorspo...ionship/winner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fortitude View Post
    Marko: Perez's improvement is unbelievable

    Today, ‎15‎:‎27

    Red Bull's Dr Helmut Marko was left impressed by Sergio Perez after the Mexican qualified in second place for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.

    https://racingnews365.com/marko-pere...s-unbelievable
    For me that was the biggest surprise. He hand not really shown that ability yet to challenge for pole. I was just hoping he could be somewhere in the 4-6 range.

    Now as long as him and Max don't take each other out in the first lap.

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    Two Redbulls to one Mercedes. A reversal of Bahrain. The start is going to be interesting. I expect Perez to have a great start on the supersoft. Hamilton is going to be mugged by the bulls. This is a race for Redbull to win with ease but do not underestimate Hamilton and Mercedes.

    Bottas was shite as usual, 8th in a car sitting on pole wtf. Bring on Russell.
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