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Author Topic: 2022 Bahrain GP  (Read 1149 times)

Offline Andy B

Re: 2022 Bahrain GP
« Reply #15 on: March 22, 2022, 02:41:10 AM »
Having now watched the race the biggest surprise was the response of the crowd when the RB's went out they were ecstatic with delight, I was pretty pleased too!
I used to quite like CH but he has stepped over the line and taken his child prodigy, MV, with him the less I hear from them the better.

Whatever you might think of LH he is respectful at all times and refusing to get into a discussion about the RB's failing to finish was a good example.

I was surprised to hear TW state that Mercedes were short on parts which is why they were too draggy and slow.

KM was a good call by Hass who showed MS up.

NL was in a similar position AA.

The McLaren's were were slow and a disappointment after last year.

Looks like we have some good racing to come and more developments.
Once you have retired every day is a Saturday!

 


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