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  • #212839
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    @toolmansteve99, but the temperatures in Bahrain are much hotter than in Jerez/Barcelona.

    #248393
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    It’s a plausible suggestion.

    #247885
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    Mercedes
    Ferrari
    Force India
    Red Bull
    Williams
    McLaren
    Lotus
    Sauber

    It’s a tough call.

    #245167
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    There are plenty of drivers who should and should have raced in F1.

    Who knows, Dean Stoneman could be racing in F1, his career isn’t over.

    #244847
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    Speed – Toro Rosso – 2006-07

    #244438
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    Hey @viscountviktor, why don’t you stop talking for all of us. I enjoy reading both articles, and I think the work that Keith and the other guys put into these articles is astounding, and I feel for that, you should stop being so rude and be patient and wait like the rest of us..

    #229957
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    Maldonado is definitely exiting Williams, on what basis?

    #236576
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    Er, no.

    I shall believe it when it is officially announced. This to me has no real credentials.

    #190560
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    Edinburgh.

    #190272
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    I thought 2009 was an alright season, only having started watching Formula One in 2007 and properly following it and supporting drivers and teams in 2008.

    2009 had good races, many drivers on the podium. The cars were contrasting and refuelling was still part of the strategy of the races.

    2009 was also the first time I went to a Grand Prix, and although the British Grand Prix from a racing point of view was unspectacular. Being at Silverstone and seeing it unfold in front of my eyes was somewhat amazing. I went back this year mainly because of the atmosphere.

    2009 was also the last time I felt that ‘fizz’ feeling that happened in the 2008 season.

    #188936
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    Riverside?

    #188934
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    PM, we didn’t ‘give up because it was too hard’. We moved on before you didn’t play by the rules. We wanted a fun game which doesn’t have people who take things too far.

    From the picture, the cars in the background are American, gotta be Watkins Glen.

    #150690
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    On my iPad on the forum when I am writing a comment I am unable to scroll up or down the box to see the rest of my writing. I am only able to see 2 lines.

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    One great tip for getting from camping sites and around the track etc. is to take your bikes, they’re allowed into the circuit and especially for getting to the track on Sunday morning as the traffic is horrendous. I have been to the British Grand Prix twice, in 2009 and 2011 and both times having the bikes were fantastic. Even when just going to the toilets after each session. You got ahead of everyone walking.

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    Yeah, that was an easy one really.

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