Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by Greenlantern101, Oct 1, 2017.
Hamilton Shatters Massa's Suzuka Pole Record | Japanese Grand Prix
2006 vs 2017
1:29.599 vs 1:27.319
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That's the spirit.....
Outstanding and exciting performance from Lewis today, and hopefully that will continue for the race tomorrow.
Ferrari could fall behind Red Bull, because Red Bull has been in fantastic shape since the summer break.
No, why should it?
And Alonso with Massa helped to him to win
Because if you leave a team because it keeps failing you, then your replacement goes out and wins a Championship, it would be extremely frustrating. But if that team fails your replacement, just like it failed you, then you can feel a little better about your decision to leave.
It looked that way, but Max said it wasn't the case, that though he could see Lewis had some issues at the end he wouldn't have been able to pass him and the lapped cars didn't really make a difference.
I can see why you can come to that conclusion but I have to respectfully disagree. Whether his car was the best or not does not take away from how technically brilliant Hamilton drove on his pole lap. On board footage is awesome.
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