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  1. Yes! Ferrari did the right thing for the team. LeClerc will have his time. That’s because Bottas is in 2nd and Merc ordered him to slow down...
  2. I completely agree. I’d like to see Albon on Bottas...
  3. Commentary team seem to be quite confused, when it’s clear that putting Vettel first gave Ferrari P1/2, jumping Hamilton. Pitting LeClerc first potentially wouldn’t have allowed that. Obviously not ideal for LeClerc, and perhaps they’d be advised to swap them for the sake of both finishing :/
  4. Norris needs to get past Hulkenberg for best of the rest, looks like he’s getting close, would be a nice battle to see too
  5. Merc team orders to secure that net fifth for Lewis (Doh, I meant 4th)
  6. Hulkenberg on the hard could be interesting due to the extreme tyre saving up front, though he’s not making much progress against the Haas right now
  7. Freeman

    Pokemon Go

    I'm hoping they keep this going too. I really enjoyed Let's Go, and the original Gen 2 games were great..
  8. This is a good question... I'm hoarding just shy of 55k points at the moment, no idea what I'd spend them on given too many games already and Game Pass Ultimate until 2021 or something. I last used them for Crackdown 3 and a pad, which was nice to get something real for nearly free, even if Crackdown 3 was virtually being given away a month after release!
  9. To an extent, the FIA are damned if they do, damned if they don't. In attempting to introduce consistancy, having been all over the show in the past, they obviosuly have to make calls that will be contra to decisions that have occurred in the past. At least there is signs of something happening, it's going to take some effort and time I guess. Re-introducing the B+W flag seems a sensible step imo, 2 strikes and you're out sort of thing. We are expecting humans to react and make split second decisions often at 200mph+ whilst also setting the car up, positioning it etc. Mistakes, or perhaps, bad judgements will undoubtedly happen. At the same time, we want to see racing, not drivers giving up positions as soon as the car behind gets remotely close, or alongside.
  10. Let’s agree to disagree, I can’t be bothered arguing, and the continuing anti Ferrari rhetoric is getting dull.
  11. Indycar style spotters make some sense
  12. To be fair, that rule is pretty explicit and it was broken. The fact that Charlie said what he said is all part of the larger problems with F1. A rule is a rule, that one isn’t even ambiguous, yet it’s questioned and therefore allowed - until a mechanic is injured in some accident and F1 has egg on its face all over again, and not by being reactive, since the rule exists, just by being unclear. Again. Also, to completely clarify my position, as I posted last time, I’d fine Merc. I don’t want to see any more on track penalties than we already do.
  13. I see they are still turning a blind eye to Merc sending mechanics into the pitlane to bluff others. 3rd time I’ve mentioned it in this thread, and it’s the 3rd time it hasn’t worked. When will they stop playing needless games with the safety of their staff.
  14. Forza Ferrari! Decent race, great to see Charles do what Seb never managed and first time around too! He had it as soon as Hamilton locked up. Merc signing Bottas for another year seems silly... I won’t debate the penalties on Vettel and Stroll as it was clearly unsafe, but it would be interesting to have a helmet cam view from the cockpit, really doesn’t look like you’d see much.
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