#F1Chat Preview – the Indian GP

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Coming up on this week’s #F1Chat we’ll be reviewing the Indian Grand Prix and previewing the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, so here’s what’s coming up…

Let’s begin with the Indian Grand Prix. So what did you think of the race? Who was your driver of the day? Overtake of the race? Last week we spoke about the extended DRS zone – what was your verdict – did it help overtaking?

Vettel was untouchable from lights to flag, but Alonso had a great first lap and a great race – he thinks he can still win the championship. Is this shaping up to be a great title fight, or do you still think Vettel has it in the bag?

What did you make of Hamilton and Button’s races? McLaren may not have had the fastest pitstop this week (that went to Red Bull), but what did you make of their impressive steering wheel change?

Throughout the race there were a few punctures following contact between Schumacher and Vergne, Perez and Ricciardo and Maldonado and Kobayashi with Schumacher, Perez and Maldonado the losers – what did you make of all these incidents?

Nico Hulkenberg finished 8th – with the rumours that he may be moving to Sauber dying down, do you think he’ll stay at Force India? What did you make of Paul di Resta’s race?

It was a bad day for Schumacher who after a first lap puncture, spent the race being lapped. Rosberg also failed to score points, finishing just outside the top 10. Do you think Schumacher can improve in the final races and retire from F1 on a high? Also, after a promising start to the season, what did you make of Mercedes race?

What did you make of Williams, Toro Rosso, Caterham and Marussia’s races?

Let’s look ahead to Abu Dhabi – who do you think will be on pole and who do you think will win? What can we expect from Red Bull and Ferrari? Will Red Bull be unstoppable once more or do you think Ferrari will fight back? There’s just 10 points between Ferrari and McLaren in the constructors’ title – will Abu Dhabi be a good race for McLaren?

As the clocks have gone back an hour in the UK, tomorrow’s #F1Chat will start an hour later in the US. If you’re in the UK, join us at the usual time of 9pm, but for those of you in Eastern US join us at 5pm.

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