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    2017 Brazilian Interlagos GP Practice and Qualifying

    Looks dry for FP1

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    Jeeez....these guys are gonna do sub 1:05's come quali...if its a dry track.

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    Quali looks to be under wet.

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    All looking good for exciting race weekend.

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    Another Mercedes benefit - unless they mess up and hand it to Crashstappen..
    We're doomed, Cap'n Mainwaring, doomed I tell ye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Singer View Post
    Another Mercedes benefit - unless they mess up and hand it to Crashstappen..
    Too early to tell. We are always stronger as the weekend progresses and RB's car is no joke now. We are going to witness an epic three-way fight here. Hope we end up on top of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stormy View Post
    Too early to tell. We are always stronger as the weekend progresses and RB's car is no joke now. We are going to witness an epic three-way fight here. Hope we end up on top of it.
    Not being beside mad max plz

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    I missed FP1, did I miss something?

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    Crofty just said bottas hasn't helped hamilton this season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher View Post
    Crofty just said bottas hasn't helped hamilton this season
    Yeah, just snatching two victories from Seb and blocking wherever he can What a joke this Crofty guy is.

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    kimi quicker than Seb so far.

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    I expect there will be a few DNFs again on Sunday.

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    Mercs dominating
    Singapore 2017 - Never forget how quick Ferrari can lose it all, be humble
    Be Realistic
    Forza Ferrari 2018

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    Ric only 0.2 down.

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    wow alonso is nowhere.

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    Crashjean spinning again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher View Post
    Crashjean spinning again
    the team must be fed up with him, he's a pain in the Haas.

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    Why is giovanazzi driving for haas? I thought he did fp1

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    Almost as expected, and Ferrari will improve little tomorrow.. It is tight again this weekend.

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    Thats just it we are stronger as the weekend progresses next year we need to be strong from the go and stronger for quali this is mercs advantage they can play with ferrari and rb so lets start playing with them.

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    I had hoped that Interlagos might have suited our car better than the Mercs, but it doesn't look that way and RB are once again a real threat, no surprise there. But it is only Friday!

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    Sector times and speed traps per sector - FP2

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOS7wTfX4AE57Hf.jpg (times per sector)

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DOS-aNRWkAA1Z6S.jpg (speed per sector)

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    Vet says mercs are hard to beat. If he says then it's really difficult for them.
    On the other hand, damn RB are very close. It will be tight between Ferrari & RB.
    Definitely DR & mad max will outqualify one of Ferrari car for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nani_s23 View Post
    Vet says mercs are hard to beat. If he says then it's really difficult for them.
    On the other hand, damn RB are very close. It will be tight between Ferrari & RB.
    Definitely DR & mad max will outqualify one of Ferrari car for sure.
    i'm sure Ferrari will work on the setup some more overnight and we'll be much quicker tomorrow, but if Vet says the mercs will be hard to beat, then we'll have to go with his story.

    as far as red bull being closer to our pace, we'll be much better nad fastter then tehm once we turn UP our engine for quali

    keep faith mates

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    I know it is just Friday, but things are not looking good....

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    CAVALLINO RAMPANTE PER SEMPRE

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    MAKING THE BEST OF A DRY FRIDAY

    Seb and Kimi just under the 50-lap mark

    Interlagos, November 10th – Both practice sessions at the Autodromo Carlos Pace turned out to be quite uneventful, as despite the ever-present threat of rain, drivers only had to contend with a few intermittent and harmless drops during FP2. Scuderia Ferrari drivers jumped at the opportunity to rack up the laps of the 4.3 Km circuit, working mostly in preparation for Sunday’s race, which is supposed to be run in dry conditions. Sebastian covered 48 laps and Kimi 45.

    “I think that in the end we ran more than what we expected as it didn’t rain”, Seb commented. “It was nice to be able to do a lot of laps today. We need to find the right balance and this should help us get the pace for the qualifying session and the race, but I still think it won’t be easy to defeat our main competitors. We’ll see where we get tomorrow”.
    “It’s only a Friday”, said Kimi, “and as always, we keep trying different things to learn from them. The tires will play a key role here as usual, the performance will depend on how they work and how long they will last. I felt some vibrations at the beginning of my stint, but that’s quite normal to have sometimes in the car: usually it comes from tires and different sets. We don’t know what the temperatures will be over the rest of the weekend, but we cannot change them anyway and it will be the same for everybody”.
    The third and final practice session will start tomorrow at 11 AM local time. There is a high chance of showers.
    CAVALLINO RAMPANTE PER SEMPRE

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    I know it is just Friday, but things are not looking good....
    who cares anymore....both championships are lost and nothing to look forward anymore.....thank GOD there are only 2 races left
    roll on 2018 already.....but teh winter mode is gonna feel like decades again until we get to see the NEW car again in Feb and then 2018 winter testing....so NOT looking forward to all that wait.....:(

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    who cares anymore....both championships are lost and nothing to look forward anymore.....thank GOD there are only 2 races left
    roll on 2018 already.....but teh winter mode is gonna feel like decades again until we get to see the NEW car again in Feb and then 2018 winter testing....so NOT looking forward to all that wait.....:(
    I think there is Abu Dhabi in-season test after last race.

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