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Jasper Coosemans
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Old post #31 posted Feb 1st 2019, 14:52:32 Quote 
The Sauber name has disappeared from the sport, the team is now known as Alfa Romeo Racing. I don't know why but I have instantly lost a chunk of sympathy for the team. :(
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Old post #32 posted Feb 1st 2019, 15:48:02 Quote 
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Old post #33 posted Feb 5th 2019, 10:27:32 Quote 
Baku will race until at least 2023 https://twitter.com/BakuCityCircuit/status/1092669232914022401
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Old post #34 posted Feb 10th 2019, 15:32:51 Quote 
whew, just finished the day at factory, car unveiling tomorrow and not a second too early let me tell you...
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Old post #35 posted today at 15:56:27 Quote 
I tell you what, the driver suits are certainly a lot more better looking than the livery of the Williams
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Old post #36 posted today at 16:03:04 Quote 
I actually think the Williams looks pretty good on track. The initial computer renders were awful but its brightness on track is a very fine addition to the grid.
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Old post #37 posted today at 16:05:03 Quote 
I like now all the cars have a sort of distinct different colour now instead of a few having white/grey
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Old post #38 posted today at 16:07:16 Quote 
I think the Williams is pretty fine, shame we won't be seeing much of it.
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Old post #39 posted today at 16:09:00 Quote 
I didnt like Williams' livery initially, but on track it looks a lot better. I mean on rare occassions it makes it out of garage that is.
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Old post #40 posted today at 16:27:20 Quote 
Regarding how Williams looks on track? I don't know the correct word to use – flabbergasted/shocked - a professional racing team on the F1 circuit can't get their car delivered and on the track!

For me, it is hard to imagine that scenario. Can you imagine if the car did not show up for a race and they overlooked having all the necessary parts available to assemble their car?

It may look good on track, but in essence they lost 3 days of testing. They didn't even have time to do a shakedown and see if they had even assembled the car correctly. Their shakedown was on the track. "Okay driver – go do a few laps and we hope the car stays in one piece."

Fact is always stranger than fiction.
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Old post #41 posted today at 16:35:54 (last edited today at 16:36:33 by Kyle Morris) Quote 
Honestly I am flabbergasted also. I am almost certain that the car not being ready is just a cover up, I reckon something deep down is up. Financially? Who knows. Talks about lots of people not getting on with Paddy Lowe either do that could have something to do with it

It can't just be the car not being ready, especially when they can then turn up on the Wednesday
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