what more do you want?
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
, what more do you want?
Renault to win in Barcelona.
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This report is quite worrying.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m no Vettel fan this year, it was cool the 1st time he was world champion, he was the underdog. Repetitive wins by anyone becomes monotonous, neither am I a Kimi fan, yet found myself routing for him to win the race.
As I said in my previous post different drivers in four different teams have won the first four races of the season, plenty of action too, loads of overtakes & unpredictable racing, enjoy.
Yes unfortunately for the driver & other locals its a bad situation.
The reporters & camera crew will just get deported from that news.
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To come back to the F1 - just watching the BBC F1 Forum - worth it as always, if just for Martin Brundle's cameo appearance...
and DC losing his "man bag"...
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Surely not. The return of Williams (can anyone remember them) Maldonado second on the grid, anything can happen from here. Webber should have gone for another run and Button can't drive around his problems. Another quality qualifying drive from Alonso and Vettel saving plenty of tyres and the Saubers maybe quick.Normal service may not resume tomorrow.
Watched first qualifying on Sky, second on BBC and back to sky, interesting but Brundle wins.
It's poised to be a cracker, I susoect that had Hamilton started in pole he could possibly have romped away with it, which is fine if you're a Lewis fanboy but not if you want to watch an unpredictable race. My monies on JB still, at least to get a top 4....
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Perhaps I need to read the news and not just watch qualifying
It staggers me that McLaren could make such an elementary mistake, someone should have their bottom kicked from Barcelona back to Woking (and then once around the factory for good measure)
If we're making predictions, then I'll go for Kimi Raikkonen for the win, though I wouldn't count out Herr Vettel.
This kind of thing is exactly what puts the casual viewer off - so many technicalities and rules that determine the outcome of the races, grid positions etc. It's hardly about racing any more but who can get away with the most rule bending. Just remove fuel stops, tyre changing and all that, pit-stops just for punctures and repairs and THEN you might get a lot more actual racing rather than tactics determining the winners.
I know many will disagree, I'm sure a great pit-stop/fuel/tyre strategy is what gets most people into motorsport.
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I'm sure McLaren would be tempted by that approach, so many basic errors in pit-stops and fuel this year plus Jenson, in particular, manages tyre wear very well.
I think pit stops for planned tyre changes are probably essential though as I doubt any compound could be made which would last 190 miles under such pressure and still keep the cars on the track at the start of the race.
They have made a step in the right direction this year I think with cutting out refuelling during the races so makes for a more uninterrupted and "pure" fight out for the finish line. As for McLaren, I can't recall someone being disqualified from qualifying for running out of fuel before but I do recall top teams running out of fuel before the end of a race before.
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