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  • #270334
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    @npf1

    4. Alonso – Once again impressive in a mediocre Ferrari, but doesn’t have as much amazing performances as in 2012 (or that car was a lot better than the F14 T, which seems likely). A lot more invisible than usual, apart from fantastic performances at China and Hungary. Qualifying still isn’t going well, though.

    Seriously? He has “only” out-qualified Kimi by 0.825 s on average, and he’s up 9-1 in qualifying (in Bahrain Alonso had engine power issues). Spain was the only time where Kimi was even in the same ballpark over one lap.

    Some myths just never die.

    #270286
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    Is @keithcollantine going to do his usual mid-season rankings?

    #268602
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    Ricciardo around the outside of Hamilton in turn 2.

    #268601
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    @hunocsi
    Have you seen where Sauber are compared to last year? How do you know that the difference is constructors, not engines?

    I also don’t think that the Renault engine is as bad as Red Bull want us all to believe. Red Bull got out-qualified by Mercedes by 0.5 seconds, the same circuit where Alonso and Renault dominated in 2003 despite having 60 to 70 hp less than Ferrari and BMW at the time. Also, RBR are generally at the bottom of the speed traps, several kph slower than STR who use the same engine (they likely run more wing than anyone else, further slowing them down).

    #268501
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    I’d say that today was a fantastic day to be an F1 Fanatic.

    #268022
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    1999

    Round 13/16: Italy
    1. Hakkinen – 60
    2. Irvine – 60

    Round 14/16: Europe
    1. Hakkinen – 64
    2. Irvine – 60

    Round 15/16: Malaysia
    1. Irvine – 80
    2. Hakkinen – 72

    Round 16/16: Japan
    1. Hakkinen – 92
    2. Irvine – 88

    #268021
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    1998

    Round 13/16: Belgium
    1. Hakkinen – 77
    2. Schumacher – 70

    Round 14/16: Italy
    1. Schumacher – 90
    2. Hakkinen – 80

    Round 15/16: Luxembourg
    1. Schumacher – 102
    2. Hakkinen – 100

    Round 16/16: Luxembourg
    1. Hakkinen – 120
    2. Schumacher – 102

    #268020
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    1997

    Round 14/17: Austria
    1. Schumacher – 68 pts
    2. Villeneuve – 67 pts

    Round 15/17: Luxembourg
    1. Villeneuve – 87
    2. Schumacher – 68

    Round 16/17: Japan
    1. Schumacher – 88 pts
    2. Villeneuve – 87 pts

    Round 16/17: Japan
    1. Villeneuve – 95
    2. Schumacher – 88

    Note: Schumi would probably still have pulled off the same stunt in Jerez, so in that sense, Frentzen would still be the likely runner-up in the WDC.

    #268019
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    1994

    Round 13/16: Portugal
    1. Schumacher – 76 pts
    2. Damon Hill – 75 pts

    Round 14/16: Europe
    1. Schumacher – 96 pts
    2. Damon Hill – 87 pts

    Round 15/16: Japan
    1. Schumacher – 108 pts
    2. Damon Hill – 107 pts

    Round 16/16: Australia
    1. Schumacher – 108 pts
    2. Damon Hill – 107 pts

    Conclusion: Schumacher still champion by 1 point.

    #268018
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    1991

    Round 13/16: Portugal
    1. Senna – 83 pts
    2. Mansell – 59 pts

    Round 14/16: Spain
    1. Senna – 87 pts
    2. Mansell – 79 pts

    Round 15/16: Japan
    1. Senna – 99 pts
    2. Mansell – 79 pts

    Round 16/16: Australia
    1. Senna – 109 pts
    2. Mansell – 85 pts

    The irony in Adelaide would be that – because the race was red-flagged on lap 14 because of torrential rain – a supposed double points race would turn out to be a normal points race.

    #268017
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    1990

    Round 13/16: Portugal
    1. Senna – 78 pts
    2. Prost – 60 pts

    Round 14/16: Spain
    1. Senna – 78 pts
    2. Prost – 78 pts

    Round 15/16: Japan
    1. Senna – 78 pts
    2. Prost – 78 pts

    Round 16/16: Australia
    1. Prost – 85 (86) pts
    2. Senna – 78 pts

    Conclusion: Prost would have been champion. Also, this would have ended the infamous “21 year drought” for Ferrari from ’79 until 2000.
    Although it should be noted that, with double points in the final 3 races, Senna would probably not have taken out Prost in Suzuka.

    #267854
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    5.140 km circuit in Marseilles

    http://www.gmap-pedometer.com/?r=6380487

    Quai du Port is the main straight.

    #267813
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    Well, do notice how much faster Alonso was to reacting to oversteer than Raikkonen, he corrects it much earlier:

    http://giant.gfycat.com/NegligibleRemorsefulChinchilla.gif

    #267697
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    Oh yes, it was Hamilton on Raikkonen and Ricciardo at the hairpin (turn 6).

    #267679
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    There was a 3 wide move done by Hamilton on Ricciardo and someone else (my memory fails me) on the hairpin (turn 4).

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