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    Eifel GP 2020 - Practice and Qualifying

    Looks rainy and misty this morning.....and cold.....has been like this the last couple of days.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    mini schumi driving today ?

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    Mecical chopper cannot take off due to low visibility hence FP1 will update in 30min. from start time.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimiBot View Post
    mini schumi driving today ?
    yep.....weather depending.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    maybe no driving at all today, okey

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    FP1 has cancelled.
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    tbh I enjoyed FP1 and 2, there was more action there than in the last two races.

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    The day looks good for FP3 and quali.
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    Ferrari looking a bit better.

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    Like I said before, I think we have a great chance of a second row with Leclerc here. Maybe even fighting Verstappen on merit.

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    Has the floor upgrade really changed our fortune as it did in both 2017 and 2018? too early to tell. But that's a nice lap time from Charles. Better than our usual position this year.

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    That was a brilliant lap by Charles. Would've been a tenth faster if it wasn't for the traffic. I wonder if the changes he suggested before the final run played a role.
    "I've always believed that you should never, ever give up and you should always keep fighting even when there's only a slightest chance." - Michael Schumacher

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    FP3 top 10:

    Bottas: 28.220--35.788--22.209--1:26.225

    Hamilton: 28.010--35.847--22.226--1:26.361

    Leclerc: 28.093--36.083--22.505--1:26.681

    Verstappen: 28.201--36.037--22.527--1:26.896

    Vettel: 28.335--36.073--22.521--1:27.038

    Norris: 28.391--36.212--22.497--1:27.167

    Perez: 28.383--36.175--22.504--1:27.245

    Ricciardo: 28.416--36.551--22.425--1:27.392

    Albon: 28.367--36.302--22.636--1:27.449

    Gasly: 28.396--36.552--22.415--1:27.528

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Has the floor upgrade really changed our fortune as it did in both 2017 and 2018? too early to tell. But that's a nice lap time from Charles. Better than our usual position this year.
    Maybe a little bit, but our car isn't that bad in the corners anyway. It's just that the past four tracks have been very high-speed with long flat out parts and have skewed that. This year has been the most power-dependent calendar in memory. Even in Melbourne, Baku, Montréal, Austin and to some extent Paul Ricard you can circumvent that a bit through the hairpin/90-degree parts, but impossible to do so at Spa, Monza, Mugello and Sochi.
    Last edited by Tifoso Svedese; 10th October 2020 at 12:31.

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    Nurburgring is a challenging track and covers all bases of testing a good car. If we do well here, certainly bodes well for rest of the season as well as 2021

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    Hulk tests negative for COVID-19 to take over for Stroll whom is not feeling well.

    Hulk drove from Cologne in a GT2RS whom bought the car from Keke Rosberg.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Leclerc is running the new upgrades here. Only enough parts for 1 car.

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    Wow ! A cover left on a tire ! 10 sec penalty for sure !!

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    Vettel needs to improve his sector 1, he has lost 6 tenth their compared to Charles.

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    Looking good, are we back?

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    2nd lap, Vette PB sector 1 and 2, but lost time in the final sector. But he's not safe, 1:27.7 is not a safe delta.

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    Has anyone a working link for live stream?

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    Impressive from Charles and Max, considering neither of these have ever driven a f1 car here before today. Even more impressive from Charles, considering his team has won here, and he's currently 0.9 sec ahead of Vettel.

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    Lap record was set by Takuma Sato in 2004...a 1:26.691

    Max beat that already with a 1:26.319
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    Quote Originally Posted by tpe View Post
    Has anyone a working link for live stream?
    https://www.totalsportek.com/formula1-hungary/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rishu View Post
    Looking good, are we back?
    I dont think so,just some magic from Charles I think

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    Q1 (Verstappen, Mercedes, Leclerc)

    Verstappen: 28.135--35.822--22.362--1:26.319

    Bottas: 28.284--35.909--22.198--1:26.573

    Hamilton: 28.168--36.113--22.300--1:26.620

    Leclerc: 28.195--36.138--22.524--1:26.857

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    Well done GIO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rishu View Post
    Looking good, are we back?
    Well we are back to where we were...1 sec slower than Merc on same tire

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