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Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gunk (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 11:22

Another test session for Williams, a race for everyone else.

Lots to watch for, though. LeClerc's first win? Bottas 2.0 fighting HAM? RIC and Gasly need a good race. How many bits will fall off Robert's car?

By the way, our reserve driver won the F2 race.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Williams-123 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 11:45

LMAO at Max Verstappen, he comes into F1 as this young gun who is pretty good and Max and his father commit to Red Bull,now Max is stuck at this donkey team, Max should have signed with Mercedes or Ferrari but he got sucked in by Helmut Marko to sign with donkey Red Bull.

How Jealous must Max Verstappen be of Charles Leclerc.

Helmut Marko and Red Bull have basically screwed Max Verstappen's career.

LMAO at Max Verstappen.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Williams-123 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 11:48

Read my above post ^^^^ it is so f"ing true.

Sucked in Max you f"ing deserve it...drinking smiley

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: phatjack (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 11:50

The biggest loser is the Honey Badger.



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Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Williams-123 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 11:56

Quote:
phatjack
The biggest loser is the Honey Badger.

Maybe,....but Max is not far behind being stuck at donkey Red Bull.

Max should have jumped through hoops to get a Mercedes or Ferrari drive but he was fooled into signing with Red Bull and now he is paying the price big time,

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gunk (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 13:09

Young Max has years to go to Ferrari. It may never be the right choice, who knows. However, we do see signs of Honda getting on terms. Remember that Prost, Alonso and Mansell all went to Ferrari but were WDCs with other teams and engines. It's not a given, however good you are. Alesi and Alboreto were two young guys who probably went to Ferrari too soon.

Ric's move is looking a little ill-starred at the moment but, hey, it's only Race 2. A worry is that the Renault engine is still having issues.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Williams-123 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 13:20

The biggest problem for Max Verstappen is that he has left it to late and now there is no room for him at Ferrari or Mercedes and I can't see any room for him there any time soon because Mercedes have Hamilton and I am sure Ferrari do not want to swap Leclerc for Verstappen so Max is stuck.

Thanks to Helmut Marko tricking Max into signing with Red Bull it has screwed Max's career.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gunk (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 13:27

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Williams-123
The biggest problem for Max Verstappen is that he has left it to late

How is that? Lewis and Seb could both retire in two years. And in two years, RBR Honda could have the quickest car. Hang loose.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Williams-123 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 13:43

Quote:
Gunk
Quote:
Williams-123
The biggest problem for Max Verstappen is that he has left it to late

How is that? Lewis and Seb could both retire in two years. And in two years, RBR Honda could have the quickest car. Hang loose.

I hear what you are saying Gunk but the way I see it is I think Max Verstappen has been left out on a limb and is in a very precarious position.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Williams-123 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 13:48

Quote:
Gunk
Quote:
Williams-123
The biggest problem for Max Verstappen is that he has left it to late

How is that? Lewis and Seb could both retire in two years. And in two years, RBR Honda could have the quickest car. Hang loose.

One huge massive problem for Max is even if Seb retires at Ferrari, Ferrari still have Leclerc and Leclerc is very young and fast, would Max Verstappen want to go up against Leclerc at Ferrari?

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gwanni (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:10

here we go

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gunk (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:14

Yes . . . very windy apparently, making people nervous. A 'marginal one stop'.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gwanni (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:20

amazing gp so far

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Vancha (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:33

With harder tyres KUB before RUS with softer tyres in pit..



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Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Myvatn (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:39

How's our pace? I cannot follow the race.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gwanni (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:42

grosjean retired

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Nuvolari (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:44

We are faster than Lance Stroll at the moment smiling smiley

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Mikef1 (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:44

Around 1s a lap slower than the slowest car that's had no issues.

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Myvatn (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:47

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Mikef1
Around 1s a lap slower than the slowest car that's had no issues.
Dreadful, but as in Australia it is less than in quali.

In your opinion what could be the cause?

Re: Bahrain - Sunday Race
Posted by: Gunk (IP Logged)
Date: 31 March, 2019 15:51

Renault have redeemed themselves this afternoon . . . but strange that Haas have no pace . . .. Sainz blundered . . .

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