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    Quote Originally Posted by Giallo 550 View Post
    You predicting a Ferrari victory at least once this season will be the biggest miracle of 2018.
    How true! She hides behind the name Vettel but is a Hamilton lover. WCC is still in Ferrari's reach for sure !

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    Hope our guys get a great start and jump the Mercs ...please!!
    Merc/Lewis get ALL the luck, it's time we had a little.

    Forza Ferrari!
    Go Seb, Go Kimi ...do it for Sergio!
    Common doesn't mean "Come on"; "Should have" not "Should of" ;)

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    Even if we don't jump the Mercs, we set the pace. We "pooosh, pooosh, pooosh" "feet down, head down" and make the Mercs cook their tires.

    We got this.

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    Obviously depending on what tyres the first two rows will be on the most important factor will be to time the pitstops just exactly right. Because the inlaps and outlaps will be crucial. The pitwall and both our drivers will have to be concentrated on how the Mercs are doing with grip should both of the Mercs manage to be infront after the start.

    Even in a worst case scenario, that we don't pick up any places at the start, I still believe it's doable to win this race if the timing of the pitstops will be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Well we already had the biggest miracle of the 21st century.....




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    the strategy will be interesting.

    If Mercs start on Ultras they will cook them very quickly then have to make their softs last a long time. They might get the initial grip at the start to fend off the Ferraris .

    If Mercs start on the softs rhey might get jumped bu the Ferraris at the start as this is one of the longest straights to turn 1, also if Ferrari start ultra softs they will have better grip.

    If will be very interesting, not straight forwatd at all for Mercsmer s don't usually split strategy, I wonder if Ferrari will

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    I think two stop is the way to go, I'd probably do US/S/US
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    Fourth-place starting Alexander Albon has beaten polesitter Artem Markelov to a sprint race win in Hungary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 512 TR View Post
    Obviously depending on what tyres the first two rows will be on the most important factor will be to time the pitstops just exactly right. Because the inlaps and outlaps will be crucial. The pitwall and both our drivers will have to be concentrated on how the Mercs are doing with grip should both of the Mercs manage to be infront after the start.

    Even in a worst case scenario, that we don't pick up any places at the start, I still believe it's doable to win this race if the timing of the pitstops will be perfect.

    Personally, all we have to do is shadow their pit stops and hover behind them like vultures...then attack them in the last 10 to 15 laps....they will cook their tires and it's a Ferrari 1-2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 458 Italia View Post
    I think two stop is the way to go, I'd probably do US/S/US
    Might be the best way to go super aggressive, push the mercs

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    We are owed some good luck.
    Hopefully Hamilton will DNF
    "I really don't know what happened" - Lewis Hamilton (frequently)

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    Quote Originally Posted by prancing horse View Post
    We are owed some good luck.
    Hopefully Hamilton will DNF
    Please.. I would love that!

    (He has had new parts fitted to his car today, fia approved: new brake ducts, gearbox oil pump and gearbox oil filter/oil tank) Lets hope there's an issue
    Common doesn't mean "Come on"; "Should have" not "Should of" ;)

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    I dont wish a DNF to anyone, let us have a fair fight on the track.

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    I wouldn't be surprised if we get a merc kimi sandwich at the start

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    Any stream?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinmay View Post
    Fourth-place starting Alexander Albon has beaten polesitter Artem Markelov to a sprint race win in Hungary.
    Good to hear... if itís repeated same in F1. Thatís even more good

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurdaNeta View Post
    Any stream?

    http://mygoodstream.pw/espn/espn2.html

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    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vettel165 View Post
    I dont wish a DNF to anyone, let us have a fair fight on the track.
    Normally I'd agree, but for Hamilton I'll make an exception.
    Common doesn't mean "Come on"; "Should have" not "Should of" ;)

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    A DNF is part of the race and a possible outcome.
    It is as fair a result as any. So I don't see why wishing it is any different to wishing Mercs dont score any points or Ferrari and Red Bulls finish ahead of Mercedes.
    "I really don't know what happened" - Lewis Hamilton (frequently)

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    Slater reports that Lawrence Stroll has made a fund contribution to Force India and wages will be paid on time to the entire team next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Merc will prob start with Lewis on US and Bottas on Soft and as Lewis said yesterday make sure they block Ferrari off at the start.....then use Bottas to let the golden boy run off a gap.
    A slower tire for Bottas would make him vulnerable at the start. But if he manages to keep position, it would be a great strategy for Mercs

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    Quote Originally Posted by prancing horse View Post
    We are owed some good luck.
    Hopefully Hamilton will DNF
    Yep, it's Hamilton's turn. He had way too much luck as of late.

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    Bottas is on dirty side of the track and with all the rain there be no grip there. So I suspect they will both start on US.
    We on the other hand don't have Red Bulls behind us and can choose to start on softs especially in Kimi's case
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    Hamster quoted as saying that it will be impossible for the Ferraris to pass him at the start not enough delta

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    My prediction:
    P1 Ham
    P2 Vet
    P3 Rai

    Merc will sacrifice the human potato to make sure that bag of dicks gets the win.
    Liberty-Guns-Beer-Trump... & Ferrari.

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    Derek Warwick steward again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiondella View Post
    Hamster quoted as saying that it will be impossible for the Ferraris to pass him at the start not enough delta

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    He meant during the race

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiondella View Post
    Hamster quoted as saying that it will be impossible for the Ferraris to pass him at the start not enough delta
    Yeah, like I remember him saying "no one will ever pass me on the outside again" ...and they did the very next race :D
    Common doesn't mean "Come on"; "Should have" not "Should of" ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by mizf1 View Post
    He meant during the race
    Well it is impossible. The one chance in the race is that the tyres fell off the cliff. We will see, I dont have high hopes today.
    Last edited by Vettel165; 29th July 2018 at 13:58.

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