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    Is F1 getting exciting again after all these years?

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    Been exciting season so far. Ferrari caught up with Mercedes engine and Red Bulls are the wild card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by serghei View Post
    Is F1 getting exciting again after all these years?
    Up until now it really got exciting again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barcaman View Post
    Haha

    Gotta admit though. Him and Ricciardo make F1 more interesting. Alonso would also be a bomb if he had a decent car. Such a shame he wasted so many years driving garbage.
    Indeed best driver in f1 for me

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    If everyone had the same car I believe Alonso would win. He's the best driver IMO. He's had some bad luck. Was with Ferrari and they had some average cars. Leaves them and they get Vettel. After a couple of years they finally manage to catch up to the others and have a good car again.

    I don't really follow F1 anymore though. Lost interest for it the last few years.


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    I started watching F1 again this season after 8 years. Cheering for Ferrari and Vettel.

    Verstappen should be banned from F1 IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonAK View Post
    If everyone had the same car I believe Alonso would win. He's the best driver IMO. He's had some bad luck. Was with Ferrari and they had some average cars. Leaves them and they get Vettel. After a couple of years they finally manage to catch up to the others and have a good car again.

    I don't really follow F1 anymore though. Lost interest for it the last few years.
    i think alonso and hamilton would be ahead of anyone if they all had same cars,both of them are fantastic drivers

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    ^Vertsappen would make sure they both don't finish.

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    I think Verstappen is the reason I might watch again for the first time since 2005 or so. Kid has balls and talent. He's entertaining. F1 got too polite in recent years I think. Time for some heated animosity again.

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    What a great race today, maybe the best one this season.

    “Interesting tactics I’d say from their side,” says Hamilton when asked about his opening lap clash with Raikkonen
    Hamilton again showing what a sore loser he is, will never be a great champion in my eyes.

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    Bringing Alonso in for Inters yesterday...

    Jesus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asylum15 View Post
    Bringing Alonso in for Inters yesterday...

    Jesus.
    still not as stupid as toro rosso with hartley,full wet

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    What a frantic quali so far.

    Rain=Fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by serghei View Post
    I think Verstappen is the reason I might watch again for the first time since 2005 or so. Kid has balls and talent. He's entertaining. F1 got too polite in recent years I think. Time for some heated animosity again.
    Same .. he's the ONLY reason to watch the F1 procession..
    Apparently whoever gets the pole position is 1:6 fave to win tomorrow as it's unbelievably difficult to overtake ...
    Max is a breath of fresh air .,

    What's the idea of no overtaking in a RACE !

    Anyone watch MotoGP or Speedway ??

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    Congrats to Hamilton
    For the next season, I hope to see battles to the death between Hamilton and Verstappen (my 2 favorite pilots).
    “I would love to have played at this club. I am envious of how well Guardiola's men can play. They are like a group of kids who play football in the street without rules. That is the best football, the most authentic, unfettered by tactics or schemes. Guardiola’s philosophy is helping to change the mindset of many tacticians and that is priceless.” Marco Van Basten