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Re: Jenson Button driving for Williams Martini Racing?
Posted by: AlanJones
Date: 07/11/2017 14:07
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Ozzy Osbone
I think Rowland should be on the grid. He has shown enough to be at least a pro / journeyman F1 driver. Sort of Perez type.
My guess would be that once Hamilton or Mercedes have faded / gone, it will be VER vs. LeClerk pretty much. Vettel and RIC will be the 'other guys' who get involved.

Norris may be a match for both of them too.

As for Brexit, we know the EU is not keen on democratic votes and usually asks those involved to re-consider and keep voting until they get it 'right' but yes we did vote to leave and for all the pillory and left wing, idiot@#$%&that is written about it, we'll be better off in 50 year's time.

It's the EU who is crapping itself because one of it's biggest net contributors has just left the game. Little old Britain. To hear some people talk, you would think we were so unimportant that we won't be missed at all. Lolz.

Dont forget Ocon. I am drooling over the prospect of Ocon (Mercedes) vs. Verstappen (Red Bull/Aston Martin) vs. LeClerc (Ferrari).
Still, having to leave the EU with billions of left over payments in sight with no tradecommission or trade deals done, I wish you all the luck getting that all in order firstly. Britain will most likely suffer an economic depression before they are ready to build up the country. But not after London has fallen off the grid of the financial markets and Frankfurt having taken over. And by the time Britain gets a gain from leaving the EU, I am most likely retired already.

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