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    @keithcollantine I’m pretty sure Kimi actually shot those shootouts there. I’ve heard he’s been practising with Swiss hockey league team EV Zug in his sparetime. And well, all Finns have hockey skills in their blood.

    Those “saving attempts” by the goalie were pretty laughable though. It looked as if he was trying to avoid the puck rather than make a save.

    #337858

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    Here’s Kimi Räikkönen driving around with the new Ferrari GTC4Lusso T. And playing ice-hockey, for whatever reason.

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    @keithcollantine In what style would you prefer teams to report news on social media?

    All teams have their own websites for interesting and exclusive articles. I don’t see social media as a platform for those. Sure they can provide a link for an article like that on social media and I get your point that they might be easy to miss especially if you follow huge number of accounts. However, social media is exactly that, social, so banter between the teams is to be expected. I really hope the “fights” between teams will stay as humorous as they are now.

    I still giggle when I think of Lotus’ “it hurts a little bit” tweet about Kimi’s exit. I think that was far better way to report it compared to more serious way of sharing a link to an official press release or something.

    #334196

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    I think Mercedes, Force India and Renault (especially in their Lotus days) are showcasing some brilliant tongue-in-cheek writing at Twitter. I don’t have a Twitter account but I’ve encountered some of their funny tweets via other platforms of social media and via F1 news site such as F1Fanatic.
    When it comes to drivers the absolute king of social media is Taki Inoue. No doubt about that!

    F1’s official Facebook account is doing pretty decent job. Lots of content is being published daily. Would like to see more humorous posts from them though.

    Also special mention for Sauber and their Reddit-account. It’s so cool when official F1 team takes part to conversations at /r/Formula1. I wish more teams and drivers would become active at Reddit.

    #332879

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    Räikkönen on Nasr (Hungaroring), Verstappen on Perez (Interlagos), Magnussen on Palmer (Circuit of the Americas), Vettel on Hülkenberg and Sainz (Shanghai International Circuit), Hülkenberg on Bottas (Suzuka)

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    13th November – Super GT – Heikki Kovalainen & Kohei Hirate – Twin Ring Motegi – Race 8 of 8

    #329807

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    Must be the only list of current F1-drivers where Marcus Ericsson is competitive :) Driver of the Day!
    Some of Ericsson’s Spotify playlists are public. Just google “marcus ericsson spotify” if you’re interested.

    I’m sure many drivers chose songs like Surfin’ USA and Born in the USA just to please American race organisers and local fans.

    #329706

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    @craig-o

    Neither car was damaged during the overtake

    That’s not true at all. Kimi’s car was damaged from the floor and front wing because of the impact. Arrivabene said the damage cost around 0.3s per lap for Kimi, which later on helped Rosberg to gain big enough margin. So all in all I’d say the move was ballsy but on the borderline concerning legality.
    I’m very surprised Rosberg’s tyre didn’t suffer a puncture after hitting Kimi’s front wing.

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    1999: Mika Häkkinen
    2000: Mika Häkkinen
    2001: Michael Schumacher
    2002: Juan Pablo Montoya
    2003: Kimi Räikkönen
    2004: Jenson Button
    2005: Kimi Räikkönen
    2006: Fernando Alonso
    2007: Kimi Räikkönen
    2008: Robert Kubica
    2009: Jenson Button
    2010: Sebastian Vettel
    2011: Sebastian Vettel
    2012: Lewis Hamilton
    2013: Sebastian Vettel
    2014: Fernando Alonso
    2015: Sebastian Vettel

    #328166

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    I really really wanted Jaguar to become my favorite Formula E team, but the complete lack of green in their livery and driver line-up which is as dull as one can be makes it impossible.

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    @hunocsi The car number 7 was ahead at that point. Car number 2 should’ve simply slow down and try to overtake to first corner with a slipstream.

    Kimi on Nasr at previous GP was quite a treat, sadly missed by FOM.

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    Should’ve been a penalty for car number 2 for blatantly going over pitlane entry and gaining an advantage by doing so.

    #323185

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    Circuit Gilles Villeneuve with its hairpin.

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    Ericsson and Nasr (Monaco 2016)

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