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Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by 51LV3R8RR04, Jun 21, 2013.
maybe he missed out 'at the' from his sentence.
Great drive from Hamilton.
How does Alonso do it? ****ty qualifying but he's ALWAYS up there.
3 guys happy vettel retired lol
Haha Mark wants to win in germany
Really mixed emotions, it was a great race with plenty of battling rather than straight forward overtakes, but the advantage Mercedes have gained in race pace from their test is just beyond retarded, and i wouldnât at all be surprised to see Hamilton winning multiple races and challenging for the title by the end of the season, also why is it that whenever he seems to have a problem there always seem to be safety cars which allow him to gain huge amounts of time back? Talk about a jammy git. Ferrari and Lotus also seem to be slipping further and further behind in quali and race pace which is a shame for people hoping for a close championship battle.
But the tyres are completely broken to the point of being dangerous now, i think itâs time to bring Bridgestone and/or Michelin back.
Geri Helliwell proving that she's still a dumb slut.
Driver of the day for me was Massa. Unbelievable start and brilliant recovery to sixth.
Pirelli need to leave at the end of the season. Dangerous delaminating tyres, an illegal tyre test and possible cheating (i'll explain this later).
Did DC just say Di Resta beat Vettel in F3?
Oh and FINALLY...finally Vettel has bad luck.
YES! YES! YES! YES!
Man, just imagine if they didn't fart-ass around with the safety car....
Not sure what you mean about cheating but otherwise in my opinion Pirelli don't need to leave. They're well-capable of delivering Bridgestonesque bullet-proof tyres if that is what they're asked to provide. Today's failures looked more to do with hitherto (this weekend) unseen track temperatures + kerb edges + marginal compounds, i.e. a bit of a freak situation. Personally I'm glad they did the test with Mercedes because they weren't going to be given a fully developed 2013 car to test these marginal tyres on if they didn't push something.
In some ways it's sad that everyone is happy when Vettel retires.
Despite that, I was very happy when he retired.
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Would anyone trust these after today ? !
They're ripped for her pleasure
Bring on the Massa debate ........
James Allen ‏@Jamesallenonf1 8m
#f1 Rosberg could be in trouble - been called to stewards for going too fast under yellow flags.
Might have to change my "least surprising result" to the stewards tampering with the race result hours after it's finished.
He's still won
Reprimand. If the stewards did their job and investigated it during the race like they're supposed to, it wouldn't have been so. And it's not as if it was a late-occuring incident, from what I gather it happened at the Loop section, and the only yellows there were at the start of the race for the two blowouts. Stewards are just getting lazy it seems.
Prolly spent most of the race watching through their fingers, praying nobody got killed.