Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by FB, Sep 3, 2017.
What did you think?
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Great drives from Ocon and Stroll. Kept their heads. And I'm glad Stroll held his own against Massa at the end.
Extra points for Alonso's radio moaning, Danni's move on Kimi and of course for Lewis now leading the championship.
Like Monaco, this is about challenging cars more than producing entertainment.
There was no doubt of a Mercedes 1-2 in a dry race, and you could have called it very early on in the season.
the setting is lovely & the podium is amazing best in f1 its like the Glastonbury of formula 1. possibly the best atmosphere we have anyway in the world
A bloody 1!!! And that was a +1 for Alonso's team radio, which seems the most exciting thing in F1 weekends these days.
This seems a new trend at the moment. No one seems to be able to compliment Ricciardo without some caveat about Max would have done better. I Don't get it. A compliment to Danny Ric is an insult to Max and vice versa. The constant comparison (yes I know they are team mates). Can someone tell me what Ricciardo's race today had to do with whether he is quicker or slower than Max Verstappen?
Personally, I do not like Monza. Far too fast, with no real way of making a significant difference. The track is the opposite of so many of the things that F1 should be, and leads to the type of racing more at home on an oval (which it had, but got shut)
Danny Ricc made it watchable for me, if only for the radio.
A grudging 4 from me.
Have always been an F1 fan, so found myself watching it, despite knowing it would be s***.
The pub was in Warsaw, commentary in Polish, and they left the background music playing throughout
............ so will have to accept that Alonso's radio calls were a highlight.
Indeed, an interesting one. I think it's more than just them being team-mates, it's because they're both such good drivers, and unlike other team-mates, it's simply not clear who is better. Maybe that compels fans such as myself to make a distinction, or to take sides, for the sake of it. My particular comment you quoted was partly toungue in cheek as I've nailed my banners to the mast about Verstappen being the better of the two, and I accept it is irrelevant to Ricciardo's race. But hey I can't let Ricciardo get away with a great drive without some dig! Healthy conjecture or pointless? Both maybe.
What did you just call me?
And what is an "oxy"?
There are five types of car currently, the Mercedes factory engined, the customer Mercedes engined, the Ferrari factory engined, the Ferrari customer engined, the Renault engined and the team with the crap engine.
Separate names with a comma.