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Re: FIA Formula One World Championship - General Discussion

Mon May 14, 2018 12:13 am

To be fair to Max he couldn’t anticipate Stroll brake testing him!

But it was a decent race... not quite as exciting as the last two, bit I don’t think it could have been!

On a side note I’m glad to see Hamilton back to winning ways as he definitely has the talent, despite his poor recent run of form.

As it’s been put by DC many times...
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Sun May 27, 2018 9:12 am

Dry and hot race forecast for today. Danny Ric looked pretty unstoppable again yesterday. Hopefully Red Bull don't mess up their pitstops this year.

Grosjean and Verstappen starting near each other, with KMag in-between. That'll be interesting...
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Re: FIA Formula One World Championship - General Discussion

Sun May 27, 2018 3:20 pm

It is a good race! #nospoilers
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Re: FIA Formula One World Championship - General Discussion

Sun May 27, 2018 4:01 pm

What a race. I won't have my say until later but superb race today!
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Mon May 28, 2018 8:50 am

Well, incase anyone is having a long weekend and hasn't watched yet, but still found their way to this thread...

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The race was pretty much the same throughout of Danny Ric maintaining the pace and no one able to do anything. But when the context changed from being tyre management for the first 20 laps, to him managing a broken car, the race became more interesting. Even though, pretty much the same thing was happening!

Loss of two gears and the energy recovery turning on at all the wrong places, made it a tough race for him.

Other than that, Vettel hit all the targets on podium!
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Re: FIA Formula One World Championship - General Discussion

Mon Jun 11, 2018 10:49 pm

Well aside from the Hartley/Stroll incident that was quite a quiet race. A pair of slow races back to back never looks good for F1.

It’s a shame that Bottas and Raikkonen don’t have the ability to challenge their teammates, but kudos to Bottas this weekend for putting together a solid race, in no way exciting but solid none the less.

I’m looking forward to the French Grand Prix, a track many may not have raced at before. Should make some interesting first lap nerves!

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