F1: Round 17 Suzuka

Discussion in 'Open Wheel Racing' started by Reck, Oct 5, 2018.

  1. Reck

    Reck Enrique?

    Where is Martin Brundle? Paul Diresta is such a delusional homeboy.

    Dude done said earlier Bottas should do the same thing he did in Russia if need be.
  2. donthaveanickname

    donthaveanickname Team Owner

    There were some passes, definitely more than last week. Most of them were unspectacular DRS overtakes, though.
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  3. donthaveanickname

    donthaveanickname Team Owner

    Not surprising as Di Resta is a works driver for Mercedes.
  4. FLRacingFan

    FLRacingFan Team Owner

    di Resta sounds drunk and confused half the time but that might just be being Scottish.
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  5. Yogisd1

    Yogisd1 Resident Retard

    I do not doubt his abilities, but you could have put anybody on the grid in that car, and they could have won the championship. Probably not by as many points as he did, but still.
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  6. Clutch

    Clutch Team Owner

  7. LewTheShoe

    LewTheShoe Team Owner

    Sadly, the highlight of the weekend was the Kimi haiku segment Sky had during practice 2. F1 lucked into an interesting seesaw points battle earlier this year, but the on-track product is beyond abysmal. And I get the impression the future will be more of the same, from what I read about it.
  8. Reck

    Reck Enrique?

    This isn't NASCAR. lol

    You cant win with subpar cars here even if you're Schumacher himself. I'd say Vettel and Hamilton had equal cars at the beggining of the year up until the summer I'd say.

    This year's championship would be in the 15-20 point range if one team and driver didn't make so many mistakes.
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  9. Yogisd1

    Yogisd1 Resident Retard

    I'm sorry, I thought we were talking about last years car. My mistake.
  10. FLRacingFan

    FLRacingFan Team Owner

    I think the racing will be somewhat better as they start stripping downforce off, but I'm not sure it'll be enough to care too much until they have all-new everything in 2021.

    Speaking of which, they better get a move on in regards to those engine regulations...

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