2023 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 31 - April 02

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2023 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 31 - April 02

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Re: 2023 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 31 - April 02

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That was so awesome last year. Ferrari had so much promise!!
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The porpoising was pronounced here last year.
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My Prediction:-

Quali:
1. Max
2. Checo
3. Alonso
4. Charls
5. Sainz
6. Lance

Race:
1. Alonso
2. Max
3. Lance
4. Checo
5. Ham
6. Russell

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vorticism wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 4:21 pm
The porpoising was pronounced here last year.
A video on YouTube said they have altered the rules and no longer monitoring TD39

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f1jcw wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 8:38 pm
vorticism wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 4:21 pm
The porpoising was pronounced here last year.
A video on YouTube said they have altered the rules and no longer monitoring TD39
What a difference 15mm makes.
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vorticism wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 9:42 pm
f1jcw wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 8:38 pm
vorticism wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 4:21 pm
The porpoising was pronounced here last year.
A video on YouTube said they have altered the rules and no longer monitoring TD39
What a difference 15mm makes.
What difference a year makes! The cars are beginning to get more mature into this set of aero regs.

I'm hoping RB don't have another easy race, but it is wishful thinking. Maybe at least Alonso getting into their pit window would suffice. I am predicting the same podium trio as the last 2 races, and that McLaren remain on 0 points.

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Re: 2023 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 31 - April 02

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I think qualifying will be mega close here. Really looking forwards to it.
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Predicting 1 Charles 2 max 3 Perez in quali

1 max 2 Perez 3 Alonso in race

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My prediction ...

Quali
1. Max
2. Charles
3. Sergio
4. George
5. Fernando
6. Carlos
7. Lewis

Race
1. Max
2. Fernando
3. George
4. Sergio
5. Lewis
6. Charles
7. Carlos

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f1jcw wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 8:38 pm
vorticism wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 4:21 pm
The porpoising was pronounced here last year.
A video on YouTube said they have altered the rules and no longer monitoring TD39
Understandable. It didn't help Mercedes this year.
Red Bull are the most cost efficient team in F1. They built 1 second advantage over the field by spending a meagre 400K USD! That's something.

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mendis wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 27, 2023 12:01 am
f1jcw wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 8:38 pm
vorticism wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 4:21 pm
The porpoising was pronounced here last year.
A video on YouTube said they have altered the rules and no longer monitoring TD39
Understandable. It didn't help Mercedes this year.
Was TD/037-20 implemented to help Mercedes win? I’ll hang up and listen.

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zibby43 wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 27, 2023 4:15 am
mendis wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 27, 2023 12:01 am
f1jcw wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 26, 2023 8:38 pm


A video on YouTube said they have altered the rules and no longer monitoring TD39
Understandable. It didn't help Mercedes this year.
Was TD/037-20 implemented to help Mercedes win? I’ll hang up and listen.
It was ofcourse driven by Red Bull, like Mercedes last year. The point is, did FIA drop TD037-20 or made leniency in monitoring ever since? Like they did in Singapore last year (Einstein's porpoising metrics) after witnessing a rout in Spa.
Red Bull are the most cost efficient team in F1. They built 1 second advantage over the field by spending a meagre 400K USD! That's something.

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We'll see if this time they stick with 3rd drs zone for the duration. Shambolic by FIA to be influenced so easily last year. I expected majority of overtaking to be done down the back straight into T9.

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Never liked this race. I know Max blew up last year, but this has always been a thoroughly boring event. After the initial phase of the GP, the second half of the race is usually dull and the field wide spread. Winner usually miles ahead

Think I’ll watch the highlights, expecting a dominant Max win to shut down the ridiculous and delusional thoughts of anyone who thinks Perez can win this title.