Jeanoltt

The Formula 1 Thread

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I didn't see any threads of the F1 so I created this one. What a championship final we have! Max and Lewis tied at the top with only one race left. Even with all the strange decisions, it's been a great season.

 

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Sunday is going to be super race (despite the Abu Dhabi circuit). Max and Lewis are both super drivers and they both deserve to be World Champions.

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This season has been an absolute blast. Can' believe they are tied going into the very last race.

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The race in Saudi Arabia was for sure one of the most insane, crazy races I have ever seen. I'm hoping Max can clinch the championship next round!

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20 hours ago, HusKy said:

This season has been an absolute blast. Can' believe they are tied going into the very last race.

It's something that doesn't happen since the 70s. Hamilton has won the last championships easily so this was something neccesary to keep the hype for the sport. Max is giving his best and I hope he wins for once

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According to Catalunya tests, new cars are certainly understeering more in slow corners. They grip up nicely in faster ones, but in fact, the cars that get the front working seem to have a big advantage. Interesting to see Red Bull and McLaren adopt a pull-rod front suspension, as both cars visibly (according to onlookers) looked like they had the best front end, which would serve them well in the first few races. It was unbelievable to see how slow the cars looked around the final sector of Catalunya in contrast to how they looked through Turn 9, for example. Will be curious to see if Alfa Romeo need to redesign their car, as the "porpoising" effect of the new cars seems to have hit them hardest, causing a hole in their chassis. This could just be a one-off issue. Judging from Day 1, Red Bull and McLaren look to be in front, with Ferrari and Merc behind. But it's only day 1-I could be massively wrong.

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What expectations do you guys have for coming season? Do you think it will be another nailbiter? Who's gonna compete for the championship?

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On 3/18/2022 at 2:14 PM, Cauvuh_Lakrwa said:

What expectations do you guys have for coming season? Do you think it will be another nailbiter? Who's gonna compete for the championship?

That was really unexpected! Sad to see the Bulls end like that but at least Haas and Alfa made a really good race.

 

Ferrari and Bulls are still the favourites to win. I don't know if Mercedes will keep the pace.

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Pretty happy for Haas & Alfa. That was a pretty entertaining race today.

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Gutted as an RB fan, but hey, 22 more races. Great to see Ferrari are back. And Haas. McLaren in shambles.

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17 minutes ago, NewDust said:

Gutted as an RB fan, but hey, 22 more races. Great to see Ferrari are back. And Haas. McLaren in shambles.

Yeah, it was the worst performance I've seen from McLaren😂. I hope RB returns to the top, they showed today that they are still very fast, despite the engine problems.

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Poor mick, he reminded me of his father today. I hope he is okay now. Haas is been doing really well this season, he deserves the chance to comeback.

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12 minutes ago, Jeanoltt said:

Poor mick, he reminded me of his father today. I hope he is okay now. Haas is been doing really well this season, he deserves the chance to comeback.


Amen. Had high hopes for him this season. 

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