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F1 2020 - British Grand Prix

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  • I dozed off to sleep. Did I miss anything?

    sadly not




  • Vettel or for a Sunday drive, too leisurely getting in the way of other drivers!!

    Hoping that next week with different tyres will be a better race. Or wet weather even.




  • And the same race for next weekend:mad:.

    The biggest shame of all is how a vastly inferior driver is going to equal Michael's 7 World titles in a few races time.




  • I'm in Italy and rushed back from lunch out to watch the race. Found out only Sky Sports Italia are showing it live, which I don't have. Was disappointed at first but now it seems I'm not missing much. Same old story.




  • Ah time for the weekly theatre of Mercedes pretending to have a problem.


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  • There’s some amount of grass in silverstone for cutting.
    Shout out to the grass cutters




  • Hilarious that the commentators are talking about Hamilton struggling with blistering on his tyres while he sets another fastest lap in the background. This is an utter snoozefest




  • Grosjean can redeem humself by binning his car in the next lap or 2




  • HighLine wrote: »
    And the same race for next weekend:mad:.

    The biggest shame of all is how a vastly inferior driver is going to equal Michael's 7 World titles in a few races time.

    ‘Vastly inferior driver’.

    Oh cop on to yourself. Can we have one weekend without this nonsense?

    Anyway. Verstappen needs to come in for softs. Make it interesting.




  • 10 laps to go now.


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  • Faugheen wrote: »
    ‘Vastly inferior driver’.

    Oh cop on to yourself. Can we have one weekend without this nonsense?

    Anyway. Verstappen needs to come in for softs. Make it interesting.

    It’s true though.




  • HighLine wrote: »
    And the same race for next weekend:mad:.

    The biggest shame of all is how a vastly inferior driver is going to equal Michael's 7 World titles in a few races time.

    I was just thinking that. Yes, Hamilton is a great driver in that he does produce what's needed when it's needed, but most of it is down to the car. I would like to see him in a Red Bull or RP and see if he would still produce it race after race. He most likely wouldn't.

    Schumacher just produced it wherever whenever however.




  • Red Bull will be in serious trouble for 2nd in the constructors with Albon's current performance

    Racing Point don't seem to have serious race pace, but McLaren's 2 drivers being constantly in the high points will have them on their tail in no time

    That's where I can see some sort of mid season switch or Horner and Helmut being more public with their pressure on Albon




  • There’s some amount of grass in silverstone for cutting.
    Shout out to the grass cutters

    I like the stripes on the grass.




  • quokula wrote: »
    It’s true though.

    And in an era where he basically drives both of the cars.




  • People giving out about the Merc dominance, but if you took both of them of of this race, it would still be a sh*t race.




  • Jordan 199 wrote: »
    I like the stripes on the grass.





    Me too.highlight of the race for me.




  • I was just thinking that. Yes, Hamilton is a great driver in that he does produce what's needed when it's needed, but most of it is down to the car. I would like to see him in a Red Bull or RP and see if he would still produce it race after race. He most likely wouldn't.

    Schumacher just produced it wherever whenever however.

    You just need to look at his McLaren career to know that no, he wouldn’t produce it without an utterly dominant car. Not in the same class as Schumacher, or a driver like Alonso who regularly beat him in an inferior Ferrari at that time.




  • HighLine wrote: »
    And the same race for next weekend:mad:.

    The biggest shame of all is how a vastly inferior driver is going to equal Michael's 7 World titles in a few races time.

    And even worse next year he will beat him without having to break a sweat. All Hamilton has to do is literally show up to the races.




  • He’s won a race every year, some of which in absolute dogs of cars.

    He’s beaten every team mate he’s had, including three world champions.

    You’d swear he was never challenged according to some of the experts on here.


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  • Faugheen wrote: »
    ‘Vastly inferior driver’.

    Oh cop on to yourself. Can we have one weekend without this nonsense?

    Anyway. Verstappen needs to come in for softs. Make it interesting.

    Cop on to myself? That's just a silly response. Keep your blinkers on however.




  • There’s some amount of grass in silverstone for cutting.
    Shout out to the grass cutters

    Think I'd rather have watched the grass being cut




  • There’s some amount of grass in silverstone for cutting.
    Shout out to the grass cutters

    jeus. shows have bad this snooze fest is when you can get time to notice cutting the grass




  • BikeRacer wrote: »
    People giving out about the Merc dominance, but if you took both of them of of this race, it would still be a sh*t race.

    Indeed, then it would be verstappen uncontested, trailed by Leclerc with some first lap skirmish.




  • Albon sets the fastest lap.
    The only point of interest left will be who gets that.




  • Faugheen wrote: »
    He’s won a race every year, some of which in absolute dogs of cars.

    He’s beaten every team mate he’s had, including three world champions.

    You’d swear he was never challenged according to some of the experts on here.

    I agree with this. He was crap in 2011 and early 2016, but outside of this he always been one of the quickest guys out there.




  • How many laps left?




  • quokula wrote: »
    You just need to look at his McLaren career to know that no, he wouldn’t produce it without an utterly dominant car. Not in the same class as Schumacher, or a driver like Alonso who regularly beat him in an inferior Ferrari at that time.

    The same Alonso who Hamilton beat in 2007? ;)




  • Albon sets the fastest lap.
    The only point of interest left will be who gets that.

    If Albon doesn't finish in the top 10. He won't get the BP.


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  • quokula wrote: »
    You just need to look at his McLaren career to know that no, he wouldn’t produce it without an utterly dominant car. Not in the same class as Schumacher, or a driver like Alonso who regularly beat him in an inferior Ferrari at that time.

    A rookie Hamilton beat a two-time defending champion Alonso when they were both in the same car.


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