2019 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 15-17

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Re: 2019 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 15-17

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Interesting analogy. Someone should do this for Mercedes and Ferrari also. FP1 cooler temps, then FP2 hots up. Today again, FP3 cooler temps and weather is expected to hot up later in the day, more than yesterday.

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Have to say, when the adverts come on, and the F1 logo comes up. that sound (or whatever you can call it) is @$$@£&£ horrendous!!!!
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Ferrari has more in the pocket coz no way Grosjean being just 6 tenths behind Vettel ...
Same with Red Bull: Kvyat in front of them? No way, dude ...
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atanatizante wrote:
Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:47 am
Ferrari has more in the pocket coz no way Grosjean being just 6 tenths behind Vettel ...
Same with Red Bull: Kvyat in front of them? No way, dude ...
Is there a rule that banning being faster for these teams?

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Let's go!

I'm ready for a new season of F1. Even without Alonso.

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etusch wrote:
Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:51 am
atanatizante wrote:
Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:47 am
Ferrari has more in the pocket coz no way Grosjean being just 6 tenths behind Vettel ...
Same with Red Bull: Kvyat in front of them? No way, dude ...
Is there a rule that banning being faster for these teams?

Haha =D>

No way Merc are only 3.6 seconds faster than Williams, They clearly have 5 seconds in their pocket :lol:
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Join us during qualifying in our new discord chatbox!

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The track evolution is so extreme this is going to be whoever dares go out latest rather than what car is under them. Unless it's a Williams.

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The density of the results in the midfield is crazy, if it goes like this the season will be good! And note that even the leaders had to use options in Q1, so the gap between F1 and F1.5 is also smaller than last year.

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Ferrari is über-confident, sending Vettel out on the mediums.

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1 second between 1st and 18th, Gonna be a fun year.

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Dang, Sainz is out in P18
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And Q1 already surpass all my expectations! 2 tenths between 14th and 18th... And Williams weren’t that far off!


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Re: 2019 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 15-17

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Saiz and Gasly out. Carlos has found traffic, it's a pity because he has been way faster so far. What has happened with Gasly?

RB seems to be nowhere. And Kimi slower than expected.

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Wow Bottas. Mercedes has the best car, again?