Ah yes, Russell vs Hamilton @ Mercedes @ Silverstone, that would be juicy!adrianjordan wrote: ↑Thu Jan 28, 2021 9:19 amYou know Hamilton already had Covid, right??Manoah2u wrote: ↑Thu Jan 28, 2021 2:31 amGonna be a very curious 2021!
I'm actually -finally- moving to Spain this year, i was hoping last year but Covid threw things off balance.
I'm hoping i can attend both Zandvoort & Barcelona.
Max @ Zandvoort is going to be crazy.
Alonso back in F1 AND Sainz @ Ferrari is gonna be EXTRA LIT @ Barcelona.
Too bad it's not happening @ Valencia, that'll be just an hour drive, but i'll happily have a long weekend @ Barcelona and enjoy both F1 and the city.
I'm reserved however on the prospect of actually having a GP this season where spectators/visitors are going to be allowed.
Imagine a crazy 2021 season like 2020 turned out to be, where anybody can turn up anywhere somehow.
I'd relish to see a P1 battle between Alonso & Sainz.
It's unlikely, but then again, Gasly won a GP in 2020 with AT, and Stroll got SO CLOSE to winning in a RP.
it be bonkers awesome if:
Alonso or Sainz winning @ Barcelona.
Verstappen winning @ Zandvoort & Belgium
Russell winning @ Silverstone replacing a Corona stricken Hamilton,
Leclerc winning @ Monaco,
Perez winning @ Mexico
Stroll winning @ Canada
Vettel/Schumacher winning @ Austria
Ricciardo winning @ Australia
Tsunoda a podium @ Suzuka
Hamilton can win all other 11 gp's for what i'm concerned,
but that table above would be absolutely awesome. Unlikely, but still reachable.
It's going to be very interesting though to see how Sainz will fare next to LeClerc.
I believe and feel LeClerc has been recieving the 'preferred' treatment @ Ferrari the past season especially,
but since Ferrari IS reshaping things and it seems Binotto is having to tone down a bit here and there,
that 'support' could be less especially now that Vettel is gone,
and Sainz is going to get some attention to fit well into the team.
I feel atleast there will be a 'fairer' chance for 2021 in both having 'equal machinery'.
That said, i think Sainz-Leclerc is a fast combo, but similarly 'flammable' as Vettel-Leclerc or perhaps Ocon-Perez.
I am ALSO hugely looking forward to the potential of Verstappen @ RedBull vs Sainz @ Ferrari.
The number of actual confirmed second infections, that is where the person was confirmed to have an initial infection, confirmed by a lab to be clear of infection and then confirmed to have a second infection, is only in double digits.
More likely is that Russell would be filling in for Botas.
BTW yes i know Lew has had it before, BUT with the new 'british' mutated version out there, likewise the South African and supposedly South American/Brazilian, i think we're far from the end of this chapter.
I somehow totally forgot about the existance of Bottas lol.