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Old post #31 posted Sep 7th 2021, 18:38:03 Quote 
Quote ( Jasper Coosemans @ September 7th 2021,18:21:12 )

I think Hamilton is past his prime and Russell is going to match him very soon. It's going to be interesting for sure. It could be a Hamilton-Alonso 2007 scenario but with the roles reversed.


Yes, there are certainly some similarities. But I see more differences than similarities.
Alonso was 10 years younger than Hamilton is now.
Hamilton was a rookie in F1 in 2007. Russell is not.

Although I like that it is a scenario like the one in 2007, then the champion of 2022 could be Carlos Sainz.
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Old post #32 posted Sep 7th 2021, 18:45:48 Quote 
I agree George will tow the line, but remember he is Mr.Saturday :)

So if he out qualifies Hamilton and can also keep ahead of him in the race in the early races Mercedes will have very little choice.

One of the benefits Mercedes will have next season is that the Mercedes seemed to suit Russell when he stood in for Hamilton.

Where as Red Bull don't seem to have found a 2nd driver who likes the way the Red Bull is built for Verstappen.

Also I wonder how Norris will fair next season as he will have alot of pressure for them to step forward again and also Ricciardo would of had input into the team for the following season
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Old post #33 posted Sep 7th 2021, 19:35:21 Quote 
Quote ( Josh Clark @ September 7th 2021,17:37:30 )

Yeah it will likely be George doing exactly what he's told, being a team player etc. for the first season or two, like everyone else who gets moved to a top team (except Verstappen).

Mercedes should be moving heaven and earth to get Russell in the car this season! He would be a more grateful wingman than Bottas, now that the Finn has no reason to listen to the management.

Help Hamilton win his record breaking championship, bed in to the team and come out next season on "equal" terms. Not at all likely to happen but it would benefit Merc, Hamilton and Russell.
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Old post #34 posted Sep 7th 2021, 21:23:47 Quote 
Well, Mercedes isn't Red Bull. They actually show respect to their drivers.
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Old post #35 posted Sep 7th 2021, 22:14:48 Quote 
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Well, Mercedes isn't Red Bull. They actually show respect to their drivers.

Let's hope Bottas reciprocates and is respectful of the teams requests too.
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Old post #36 posted Sep 8th 2021, 16:14:26 Quote 
And Williams announced Latifi and Albon for 2022
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Old post #37 posted Sep 8th 2021, 16:17:35 Quote 
I feel probably Nyck De Vries will take the second alfa romeo seat.
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Old post #38 posted Sep 8th 2021, 17:21:32 (last edited Sep 8th 2021, 17:23:34 by Eduardo Sanchez Carenzo) Quote 
So there are only 2 open seats in F1 (unless smebody surprisingly decides to retire or some contract is terminated)

Alfa Romeo
Aston Martin, where Stroll will most surely be confirmed .


And personally I don't think Russell will play second fiddle to Hamilton, blcking him to favour Hamilton will cause him a lot of damage to his career since in a way you get accusotmed to being second, and don't really force yourself.


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Old post #39 posted Sep 8th 2021, 18:49:48 (last edited Sep 8th 2021, 18:51:54 by Marcelo Ascencio) Quote 
Well, Red teams or silver teams (Recently) can play with pit stops in order to force the favorite driver up in the desired position..
Like Pit two laps before end "for safety"

I just hope George gives Hamilton a run for his money.. I think George has what it takes, and hope there are not as many accidents as with Nico
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Old post #40 posted Nov 16th 2021, 10:20:30 (last edited Nov 16th 2021, 10:20:39 by Tymoteusz Wojnarowski) Quote 
Zhou will replace Giovinazzi in Alfa, so we have full grid ready:

Alfa Romeo: Bottas, Zhou
AlphaTauri: Gasly, Tsunoda
Alpine: Alonso, Ocon
Aston Martin: Vettel, Stroll
Ferrari: Leclerc, Sainz Jr.
Haas: Mazepin, Schumacher
McLaren: Ricciardo, Norris
Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton, Russell
Red Bull Racing: Verstappen, Perez
Williams: Latifi, Albon
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Old post #41 posted Nov 17th 2021, 01:22:51 Quote 
Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ June 22nd 2021,09:25:27 )




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So, the news about 2022 season are starting:
- Ocon signed a 3 year contract with Alpine until 2024, so he is confirmed for 2022 season.
- Photos of a prototype 1:1 scale model of a 2022 F1 car leaked: https://imgur.com/a/KqZxejL

So far the confirmed driver line up is:
AlphaTauri: TBA, TBA
Alpine: Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon
Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel, TBA
Ferrari: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Jr.
Haas: Nikita Mazepin, Mick Schumacher
McLaren: Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris
Red Bull Racing: Max Verstappen, TBA
Williams: Nicholas Latifi, TBA
Alfa Romeo: Guanyu Zhou, Valtteri Bottas
Sauber will appear in 2022, but it is not yet known if it will be an Alfa Romeo Team. I am not sure why Mercedes is not yet confirmed for 2022.

Drivers without a contract after 2021: Hamilton, Bottas, Gasly, Giovinazzi, Räikkönen, Russell, Stroll, Tsunoda

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Old post #42 posted Nov 17th 2021, 01:24:19 Quote 
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Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ June 22nd 2021,09:25:27 )




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So, the news about 2022 season are starting:
- Ocon signed a 3 year contract with Alpine until 2024, so he is confirmed for 2022 season.
- Photos of a prototype 1:1 scale model of a 2022 F1 car leaked: https://imgur.com/a/KqZxejL

So far the confirmed driver line up is:
AlphaTauri: TBA, TBA
Alpine: Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon
Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel, TBA
Ferrari: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Jr.
Haas: Nikita Mazepin, Mick Schumacher
McLaren: Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris
Red Bull Racing: Max Verstappen, TBA
Williams: Nicholas Latifi, TBA
Alfa Romeo: Guanyu Zhou, Valtteri Bottas
Sauber will appear in 2022, but it is not yet known if it will be an Alfa Romeo Team. I am not sure why Mercedes is not yet confirmed for 2022.

Drivers without a contract after 2021: Hamilton, Bottas, Gasly, Giovinazzi, Räikkönen, Russell, Stroll, Tsunoda


Alfa Romeo: Guanyu Zhou, Valtteri Bottas
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Old post #43 posted Nov 17th 2021, 01:24:54 Quote 
Quote ( Denis Komljenović @ November 17th 2021,01:24:19 )

Quote ( Denis Komljenović @ November 17th 2021,01:22:51 )

Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ June 22nd 2021,09:25:27 )




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So, the news about 2022 season are starting:
- Ocon signed a 3 year contract with Alpine until 2024, so he is confirmed for 2022 season.
- Photos of a prototype 1:1 scale model of a 2022 F1 car leaked: https://imgur.com/a/KqZxejL

So far the confirmed driver line up is:
AlphaTauri: TBA, TBA
Alpine: Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon
Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel, TBA
Ferrari: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz Jr.
Haas: Nikita Mazepin, Mick Schumacher
McLaren: Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris
Red Bull Racing: Max Verstappen, TBA
Williams: Nicholas Latifi, TBA

Sauber will appear in 2022, but it is not yet known if it will be an Alfa Romeo Team. I am not sure why Mercedes is not yet confirmed for 2022.

Drivers without a contract after 2021: Hamilton, Bottas, Gasly, Giovinazzi, Räikkönen, Russell, Stroll, Tsunoda


Alfa Romeo: Guanyu Zhou, Valtteri Bottas

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Old post #44 posted Nov 17th 2021, 08:37:43 Quote 
What?
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Old post #45 posted Nov 17th 2021, 14:33:07 Quote 
Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ November 17th 2021,08:37:43 )

What?


Took and old post, didn't read to the end and tried to add the missing drivers in Alfa Romeo (but missed Aston Martin that was yet to confirm Stroll, or. Perez in Red Bull and Albon in Williams).

Needs some practice with quoting ;
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Old post #46 posted Jan 1st 2022, 19:16:12 Quote 
Mercedes just teased their 2022 car!

https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1477260679283367938/photo/1
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Old post #47 posted Jan 2nd 2022, 19:32:15 Quote 

Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ January 1st 2022,19:16:12 )

Mercedes just teased their 2022 car!

https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1477260679283367938/photo/1



now paint it green to have an Aston
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Old post #48 posted Jan 3rd 2022, 11:30:57 Quote 
Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ January 1st 2022,19:16:12 )

Mercedes just teased their 2022 car!

https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1477260679283367938/photo/1
I hope they don't tease it too much, or it might threaten to quit.. 😅
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Old post #49 posted Jan 3rd 2022, 11:37:00 (last edited Jan 3rd 2022, 11:37:24 by Niels Van Heijster) Quote 
Quote ( Tymoteusz Wojnarowski @ January 1st 2022,19:16:12 )

Mercedes just teased their 2022 car!

https://twitter.com/MercedesAMGF1/status/1477260679283367938/photo/1

Quote ( Marcelo Ascencio @ January 2nd 2022,19:32:15 )

now paint it green to have an Aston

Kinda looks green to me ...
Maybe paint it silver to get a Merc?
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Old post #50 posted Jan 17th 2022, 18:26:52 Quote 
A few launch dates in now:

Aston Martin February 10
McLaren February 11
Ferrari February 17

Hope the Ferrari has some white on it this year (and no green)
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Old post #51 posted Jan 18th 2022, 16:53:09 Quote 
Quote ( Sam Tipple @ January 17th 2022,18:26:52 )

Hope the Ferrari has some white on it this year (and no green)

As much as I love red and white, a Ferrari F1 car should be crimson and black :P
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