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Old post #271 posted Dec 21st 2016, 12:21:34 Quote 
Wehrlein reputation of "Mr. Know it All" is not helping him. Humility is much appreciated within a team.
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Old post #272 posted Dec 21st 2016, 12:34:42 Quote 
have a look here Ignacio, I don't know the guy.. but sometimes perception is wrong

https://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/127545/percepti...
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Old post #273 posted Dec 21st 2016, 13:00:29 Quote 
It could be, but remember Mercedes guys knows him quite a bit after he was testing with them for some time and racing in the DTM
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Old post #274 posted Dec 21st 2016, 13:18:11 Quote 
If we look back in the last season
Massa actually had beaten Bottas a lot more frequent
Bottas scores more points than Massa just because Massa's
bad luck amidst Bottas finished in a stronger position.
So, think about it.
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Old post #275 posted Dec 21st 2016, 13:23:56 (last edited Dec 21st 2016, 13:24:20 by Jensen Owens) Quote 
OK its official I've accepted the offer of Mercedes, Yes I will be playing bum fun with Lewis part of the contract and I must not be faster than him :)
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Old post #276 posted Dec 21st 2016, 15:41:23 Quote 
Would have loved to see Kobayashi in an F1 car next season, but oh well...
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Old post #277 posted Dec 21st 2016, 18:25:35 Quote 
Quote ( Yusof Hensem @ December 21st 2016,13:18:11 )

If we look back in the last season
Massa actually had beaten Bottas a lot more frequent
Bottas scores more points than Massa just because Massa's
bad luck amidst Bottas finished in a stronger position.
So, think about it.

As much as I remember Bottas has beaten Massa every year when they been teammates.
If that is luck then I hope Bottas will take that luck with him to Mercedes and continues beating his teammates :D
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Old post #278 posted Dec 21st 2016, 20:35:47 (last edited Dec 21st 2016, 20:36:40 by Luke Frost) Quote 
Bottas will take the fight to Hamilton almost as fiercely as Heikki Kovaleinen did. I believe in him so much that I truly believe he will be so great that comparisons between he & Rubens Barrichello will be made in pre-season testing's warmup laps.
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Old post #279 posted Dec 21st 2016, 20:41:58 Quote 
Quote ( Luke Frost @ December 21st 2016,20:35:47 )

almost as fiercely as Heikki Kovaleinen did


Yeah he could be 7 places down on Lewis like 2008-2009...
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Old post #280 posted Dec 21st 2016, 20:44:54 Quote 
7 tenths will likely still be 2nd. At least he'll rack up some podiums...
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Old post #281 posted Jan 10th 2017, 06:47:13 Quote 
poor Pascal he went to Sauber and didn't get the seat he deserved
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Old post #282 posted Jan 10th 2017, 07:02:48 Quote 
So he will be at Sauber with a Ferrari Engine?

Interesting, don't know if there will be much difference performance wise between Manor or Sauber.

Of course the future of Manor is not confirmed.

On other issues Esteban Gutierrez has said that he will drive a Formula-E car in the Formula-E Mexican GP in April. Mentions that there are very slim possibilities for driving in F1. That could spell more trouble for Manor.
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Old post #283 posted Jan 10th 2017, 07:52:43 Quote 
I think it will be interesting to see how Bottas does, a good choice for Mercedes as he will follow direction. But as for challenging for the championship on a level playing field, I can't see it.
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Old post #284 posted Jan 10th 2017, 12:56:50 Quote 
I'm interested to see how Willams and Mercades will do as Lowe switches. Could it make Williams more competitive, or is it just bait to get Bottas? I hope it's the former in a way.

Quote ( Mark Philips @ January 10th 2017,07:52:43 )

But as for challenging for the championship on a level playing field, I can't see it.


Sadly I believe this will happen, if the changes to the cars this season haven't swung the balance away from Mercades, it'll be Hamilton somewhere in the distance and everyone else picking up the other places. Though I do see 1st corner carnage once again, wider cars, wider wheels, bye bye suspensions!
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Old post #285 posted Jan 17th 2017, 08:47:26 (last edited Jan 17th 2017, 08:49:09 by Sanjay Ashok Kumar) Quote 
Bottas to replace Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton and Bottas for Mercedes

Massa to return to Williams for 2017

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Old post #286 posted Jan 17th 2017, 08:54:52 Quote 
That's been news for over a month now lol.
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Old post #287 posted Jan 17th 2017, 08:56:45 Quote 
Lol late like always
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Old post #288 posted Jan 17th 2017, 08:58:37 Quote 
Blue used to represent poison in the old days. Be careful what you wear, it's a trap.
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Old post #289 posted Jan 17th 2017, 09:18:22 Quote 
damn i would have loved to see button again.....
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