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Brazilian Grand Prix: 1600, 12/11/17

  • 12-11-2017 11:05am
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    Registered Users Posts: 972 ✭✭✭ supremenovice


    I was looking for some value in the betting and one man who goes well around here is Nico Hulkenburg. He was on pole in 2010 in a Williams in a brilliant wet weather lap and battled for the lead in a Force India in 2012.
    Today, he starts a lucky 7th after Hamilton crashed and Ricciardo took a penalty.
    He's 66/1 to get on the podium. He'll need all the luck in the world for a few front runners to crash out/mechanical failure which doesnt happen often in F1 these days but its a huge price for a man starting 7th with course form.

    Also to note, Fernando Alonso starts a brilliant sixth, dragging an under powered car around the Interlagos track. He is also a tasty 28/1 to be on the podium. He no doubt has the class and guile to drag that car to a position that it doesn't belong in and like Hulkenberg, he'll need a lot of luck but I wouldnt put it past him.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 11,530 ✭✭✭✭ PopePalpatine


    I was sweating around lap 60-65ish when Lewis picked off Max and moved onto hunting down Kimi. Thank Carlos Pace's (Senna's too mainstream *sips overpriced latte*) ghost that his tyres didn't hold up. :pac:


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