Chat about the latest Formula 1 news from around the World with GPWizard
July 23, 2014, 04:36:57 pm by lkjohnson1950
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It was quite apparent that German fans had other places to be than Hockenheim. There were hundreds of empty seats during the race. In this article some of F1's luminaries comment on why.
July 23, 2014, 12:37:56 am by Dare
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give me that little ol Cobra
July 22, 2014, 04:13:09 pm by cosworth151
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A brief history of the Jaguar XK120 C Type, the D Type and the E Type, known as the XKE over here. My favorite quote from the vid: "The D Type is one of the most beautiful things in the history of anything ever."
July 22, 2014, 12:26:02 pm by cosworth151
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During the race last Sunday, several of us in the Chat Room talked about how much we like Spa. The 24 Hours of Spa will be run this coming Saturday, 26 July. Start time is 14:30 GMT.
July 21, 2014, 04:55:25 pm by Wizzo
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I wasn't sure were to put JIBO as he covers cool, computers and entertainment...I decided on cool because I think he is.
Here's the website should you wish to pre order one.
July 21, 2014, 03:28:46 pm by scott
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Alonso is jumping on the Ricciardo fan wagon (I've been on it for a while now), and has made his praise public. One of the highlights of the race for me was the duel between Alonso and Ricciardo.
When you read the quotes, try to say it with a Spanish accent. 'Unbelievable' is almost impossible to spell phonetically.
July 21, 2014, 03:11:25 pm by scott
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I think it could have been safely removed with a SC period (which also would have tightened up the pack and led to a very exciting finish...but like Monty said, it might have meant that Rosberg didn't win, and that might have been too much for the Germans to take).
As it was, I believe Charlie totally blew that call and they were really lucky not to have had anything go wrong.
July 21, 2014, 03:01:54 pm by scott
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The incident in question was when Lewis tried to pass Jenson at the hairpin. Jenson overshot it, and Lewis thought he was simply opening up a gap to make it easier for his countryman to get to the pointy end, as he apparently had already in other races. Jenson wasn't though, he had just misjudged the apex and turned in on Lewis and they made contact.
I guess after the race Jenson made a snide comment about how many other incidents Lewis had in the race, and when he discovered that actually Lewis drove an otherwise clean race, he apologized. All very civilized. Good for them both. I remember during the race Lewis seemed quite concerned and apologized to the team saying he thought Jenson was letting him through.
Interesting there was no anger from Hamilton in this case...he must really like Jenson.