Join Paul and me as we review the Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix. We cover each team and driver as they finished and even discuss the F1 debate about Hamilton and Alonso’s clash.
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Awesome as always.
Totally agree on the George Russel / Prost comparison.
Thx for listening mate. :)
I think it’s time we all admit that the results and the trickery at the end of the last season are good for formula 1. It has allowed Max to calm down and be less petulant, it has allowed Red Bull to secure future partnerships with Porsche and become an engine developer and supplier, and it has allowed a reshuffling of the top eight teams which in and of itself breeds more exciting TV, which breeds more sponsorship and money. As much as I think the world champion for 2021 will always need an asterisk next to his name, I… Read more »
I can appreciate the frustration at the outcome of the final race. However, if the fix were in, as they say, then: Hamilton would have been instructed to give the place back after cutting the corner at the start of the race Latiffi would have had to have received instruction to crash when he did and/or would have received some kind of compensation. Neither is true Masi would have received some form of compensation. Instead he lost his job and had his reputation dragged through the mud. If the crash happened a few laps sooner, then all lapped cars would… Read more »
It means nothing in the grand scheme of things, but Daniel had to run the high(er) downforce rear wing, compared to Lando – and was actually quicker than Lando for most of the race, but the team sacrificed Daniels position in order to move Lando up, which didn’t work…
I do hope that Daniel finds a drive for next year, but I will just have to suck it up and support Piastri… wherever he ends up driving…
Yeah, Dan was running up in the points early on but couldn’t recover after stop and to your point, they may have left him out to dry.
Interesting to watch Max’s onboard for the first lap, he was patient, didn’t risk anything, even to the point where he lost a spot. He’s certainly matured a lot, of course, the minute Leclerc stuck his nose near Max, the door was firmly shut! :-)
Really interesting to watch.