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maxi

Junior Member
Aug 31, 2006
467
#49
Hamilton was gifted that win. It was all for us to take until Vettel had to go and screw it up and Leclerc's engine failed
Gutted
 
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Raphaël

Senior Member
Apr 17, 2013
1,102
#50
Read on twitter: "Ferrari became the Napoli of F1, great promises, great qualifications, great racing debut for whatever happens to be smoked by Mercedes in the end."
 
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Nedved96

Senior Member
Sep 1, 2017
4,211
#51
Read on twitter: "Ferrari became the Napoli of F1, great promises, great qualifications, great racing debut for whatever happens to be smoked by Mercedes in the end."
The most frustrating thing about Ferrari is that the car isn't even the problem. The car was plenty quick in 2018 and was quicker than Mercedes today.

The team is just dysfunctional. Vettel always shoots himself in the foot, the strategy is terrible, and unreliability strikes at the worst time possible.
 

Raphaël

Senior Member
Apr 17, 2013
1,102
#53
Schumacher /Villeneuve 97.
That's why I can not like this guy, he's dirty when he defends he ploughs into Mclaren intentionally .
 
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Lapa

FLY, EAGLES FLY
Sep 29, 2008
17,344
#56
Nah, nothing to see there. :boh:

Verstappen is a piece of shit though, hoping to see him getting fired before he turns 20 (or is he already).
 

Raphaël

Senior Member
Apr 17, 2013
1,102
#57
F1>>>Serie A

Nah, nothing to see there. :boh:

Verstappen is a piece of shit though, hoping to see him getting fired before he turns 20 (or is he already).
Ocon took 10sec in Brazil for that ...;)

Imo, he is responsible for 80% of the accident because he is behind before the braking zone, so he decides to brake later and arrives in overspeed inside by mounting 2/3 of his car on the sidewalk. . On this action I do not see what Sainz could do other than the whole of his car was in front.
With the mentality of this dumb is either I pass either we both break the car.
 
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Raphaël

Senior Member
Apr 17, 2013
1,102
#59
Typical ferrari strategy...sabotaging Leclerc. Why leave him so long on the track?

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Leclerc will make a stop or If there is a 2nd stop Ferrari will wait until Verstappen overtake him to react ?

edit: 10 seconds delay after the 1st stop, 14 seconds after the 2nd mozarella strategy
 
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maxi

Junior Member
Aug 31, 2006
467
#60
Thought China was supposed to be the track we're stronger at :lazy:
And how the hell has Leclerc dropped 10 seconds behind Verstappen?
 

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