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Formula 1 2017 Season |OT| Japanese Horror Story - Sundays on Sky

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Watched it so many times now. Raikkonen had every right to be there. All on Vettel as far as I'm concerned. Ham 4 seconds ahead already. He's been on fire today. He's had a shit ton of luck but he's had a phenomenal drive.
 

LordPusha

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Good lord do you people hate Ferrari so much here.... it's like they're the ones who won the last 4 championships without any kind of competition whatsoever.
 

Par Score

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Good lord do you people hate Ferrari so much here.... it's like they're the ones who won the last 4 championships without any kind of competition whatsoever.

I guess you're new to F1?

Maybe go read up on some history of the sport and work it out for yourself.
 

Juicy Bob

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Good lord do you people hate Ferrari so much here.... it's like they're the ones who won the last 4 championships without any kind of competition whatsoever.
As someone who grew up watching Ferrari dominating this sport in a much more cynical fashion than Mercedes have never done, get out with this.

Mercedes have let Hamilton and Rosberg (and Hamilton and Bottas) race openly and fairly.

Ferrari literally used to tell Barrichello to move over to let Schumacher through at the end of races.

Mercedes have also never exploited any influence in the FIA to have rules and regulations changed between and in the middle of seasons to better suit them.

So no, fuck Ferrari. Even though the Ferrari of today are nothing like the Evil Jean Todt Era, they've still got a long, long way to go until I stop enjoying seeing them screw up.
 

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Yeah, that was weird. Hamilton right to question it.
I think the idea was to make sure that in case of another Safety Car, no one gets a free stop.

But deliberately driving slower requires more focus. Singapore is probably not the track to try that on.
 
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