Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by Ruslan, Jul 28, 2018.
All these people constantly discussing global warming is really destroying the planet.
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That is why I don't understand all this talk about how great Hamilton is, in the car he's been driving he should be winning the title. The only person he's really beaten (apart from 2016 when he didn't even manage that) is his team mate.
So it has been noticed in racing circles in US. Media of F1 can write whatever they want, but racers aren't dummies, and the general smug attitude must insult them. First it is gap in equipment performance, and then you have a MB's Team Principal wiping this all over their faces telling them how his driver is special (implies better than they are).
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In the mid part of this season, despite having the slower car, he was quick enough to put pressure on Vettel and cause Vettel to lose races he should have won. This was key.
If,by mid-season you mean from approx Spain to Belgium, Mercedes had far more pole positions and fastest laps in that span. How does that equate to being in the slower car?
Its a shame that for two years in a row the championship has fizzled out too early. If Ferrari had maintained their competitive edge to the end then both the last two years would have been epic seasons. So I blame Ferrari. Not Liberty, not Vettel – Ferrari. For being smashed by Mercedes. Oh and Red Bull.
Saving F1? The midfield aren't gonna do much for a while. Regs can help the racing to a point, but if one team is clear no.1 then there's no of end-of-season drama, and it doesn't matter how good the mid-field racing is if it's all over by September. So it's up to Ferrari and Red Bull to step up.
but midfield are victims as they have no chance they there is glass ceiling
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