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F1 2020 - Race 2 - Steiermark GP (10-12th July)

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With early weather forecasts suggesting cooler temperatures and rain, can the second race in Austria be even crazier and more chaotic than the season opener?

 

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13 minutes ago, nudge said:

With early weather forecasts suggesting cooler temperatures and rain, can the second race in Austria be even crazier and more chaotic than the season opener?

 

Bottas to win the Championship?! 

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5 hours ago, Stan said:

Bottas to win the Championship?! 

And then retire the following season???

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Hope we do get rain.

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Being said that the only way Racing Point can get their car so similar to Mercs from last year is via design data. Either on computer or hand drawn information. Is illegal for them to have this data if they've had it given from Mercedes or illegally obtained it lol.

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14 minutes ago, MUFC said:

Being said that the only way Racing Point can get their car so similar to Mercs from last year is via design data. Either on computer or hand drawn information. Is illegal for them to have this data if they've had it given from Mercedes or illegally obtained it lol.

Illegal IP transfer from Mercedes to Racing Point? That's juicy... 

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3 hours ago, nudge said:

Illegal IP transfer from Mercedes to Racing Point? That's juicy... 

Be great if it was copied by hacking into Mercs personal computers :banana:

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Aitken to make FP1 debut for Williams in Round 2

Jack Aitken’s career will take a historic steep in Round 2, when the Campos driver debuts in Formula 1 Free Practice on Friday morning, replacing George Russell in the Williams FW43.

Aitken only joined Williams at the beginning of February, following his departure from Renault, where he had risen through their academy to become reserve driver.

His unveiling at Williams confirmed the inclusion of at least one FP1 session through the year, but it will have come sooner into the season than the British driver anticipated. Aitken will join his former F2 rival, Nicholas Latifi, in FP1.

“Driving in FP1 is a pretty special occasion for any driver,” Aitken elated. “Even though I’ve driven F1 cars before. I think I’ll definitely be driving out of pitlane with a smile on my face in the Williams FW43 though!

“After that, it’ll be just making sure I do the job as well as possible, helped a bit by all of us having been here for a weekend already. Just fingers crossed that the weather holds now!”

Aitken tested Renault’s F1 cars three times during his time with the team’s academy, but never drove during FP1.

FP1 will take place at 11am and finish at 12.30, giving Aitken just 25 minutes to swap the FW43 for his Campos machine in time for F2 Free Practice, at 12.55.

 

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I read Syrian GP at first and thought shit has just gotten wild. 

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3 minutes ago, Tommy said:

I read Syrian GP at first and thought shit has just gotten wild. 

I wanted to put it down as Steiermark GP, but thought that would be too confusing for the Brits :ph34r:

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5 minutes ago, nudge said:

I wanted to put it down as Steiermark GP, but thought that would be too confusing for the Brits :ph34r:

Steiermark definitely sounds better than Styria though. It sounds like some coffee sweetener. 

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1 minute ago, Tommy said:

Steiermark definitely sounds better than Styria though. It sounds like some coffee sweetener. 

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Ferrari are bringing upgrades this weekend.

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Wet qualifying, dry race always has potential to be fun.

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Seb pole incoming. Grazzie ragazzi, vaffanculos. 

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Albon to take Lewis out 🤣

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New ICE, MGU-H and turbo for Russell after his Mercedes engine suffered a gear drive failure in last race.

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1 hour ago, nudge said:

New ICE, MGU-H and turbo for Russell after his Mercedes engine suffered a gear drive failure in last race.

That was quick. You reckon they might all drive safe and boring after all the mechanical issues last Sunday?

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What happened to the Syrian GP :( 

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18 minutes ago, MUFC said:

That was quick. You reckon they might all drive safe and boring after all the mechanical issues last Sunday?

Nah, I'm not particularly worried about that.

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30 minutes ago, Stan said:

What happened to the Syrian GP :( 

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Rewatching P1 currently. I suppose nothing happens as nothing was mentioned in this thread. 

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Completely forgot about it to be honest. 

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Not bad pace from Albon without using the soft tyres. Stroll's pace looks a bit gash, half a second off his team-mate when they appear to have run the same programme. Only practice though. I'm only typing stuff because I'm bored.

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Ferrari using more softs than anyone else and still look slow as fuck. 

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3 place grid penalty for Norris for overtaking under yellow flags in FP1. 

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