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    Formula 1 Heineken Grande Prmio De Portugal 2020 - Practice & Qualifying

    Wow 40 minutes into first session and there is no thread?!

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    2020 Portuguese Grand Prix - Practice & Qualifying

    FP1, early runs done.

    Hamilton: 23.035--30.842--25.649--1:19.526

    Leclerc: 23.326--30.647--25.680--1:19.653

    Bottas: 23.435--30.850--25.647--1:19.932

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    Max speed:

    Stroll 331 kph




    Vettel 319 kph


    Leclerc 315 kph

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    Charles looking good so far.

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    We look competitive on hards.
    "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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    Quote Originally Posted by MSC Fan View Post
    We look competitive on hards.
    From espnf1

    “Leclerc improves to a 1:19.324. Verstappen pops up in fourth with a 1:19.719 on the hards. So on like-for-like tyres the Ferrari is faster than the Red Bull at this stage of the weekend.”
    ~FORZA FERRARI~

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    Ferrari very good in the sector 2 and 3, even on long runs. Both Lec and Vet matching Max's pace, and all three of them on hard tyres.

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    FP1 best sector and lap times (Mercedes on Medium tyres, Both Ferrari and Red Bull on Hard Tyres)

    Bottas: 22.835--30.126--25.449--1:18.410

    Hamilton: 22.911--30.197--25.595--1:18.749

    Verstappen: 22.887--30.386--25.787--1:19.191

    Leclerc: 23.046--30.445--25.680--1:19.309

    Albon: 22.854--30.441--25.928--1:19.365

    Sainz: 23.124--30.311--25.942--1:19.441

    Perez: 23.315--30.789--25.680--1:19.907

    Raikkonen: 23.367--30.637--25.768--1:19.954

    Ricciardo: 23.286--30.904--25.783--1:20.058

    Gasly: 23.101--30.724--25.846--1:20.124

    Vettel: 23.162--30.819--25.807--1:20.200

    Norris: 22.986--30.561--25.974--1:20.207

    Kvyat: 23.060--30.949--26.041--1:20.278

    Magnussen: 23.569--31.007--26.270--1:20.846

    Stroll: 23.338--30.893--26.265--1:20.954

    Giovinazzi: 23.645--31.313--25.981--1:21.009

    Grosjean: 23.645--31.106--26.255--1:21.169

    Russell: 23.793--31.307--26.274--1:21.374

    Ocon: 23.520--31.345--26.338--1:21.673

    Latifi 23.893--31.456--26.378--1:22.054

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    FP1 Max Speed:

    Perez 335
    Stroll 331
    Bottas 330
    Sainz 330
    Gasly 330
    Kvyat 328
    Giovinazzi 328
    Grosjean 328
    Russell 327
    Hamilton 326
    Ocon 326
    Raikkonen 324
    Vettel 324
    Latifi 324
    Ricciardo 320
    Norris 320
    Albon 318
    Magnussen 318
    Verstappen 317
    Leclerc 315

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    Charles is right up there with the 3 big boys! A podium finish is possible! Stefa thanks for starting this thread. Tifosi , glad you were here!

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    What a fun track! Looks like such an old school track with all the undulation and off camber turns. In fact, I did a double take because some of the turns look straight out of Interlagos. Should be fun visuals for the race!

    Charles looking handy with the new package changes. Well done to the team, I'm sure working under such scrutiny, stress couldn't have made for a fun work environment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h3ro View Post
    What a fun track! Looks like such an old school track with all the undulation and off camber turns. In fact, I did a double take because some of the turns look straight out of Interlagos. Should be fun visuals for the race!

    Charles looking handy with the new package changes. Well done to the team, I'm sure working under such scrutiny, stress couldn't have made for a fun work environment.
    I agree. The track looks like a dream to drive around. I hope it also provides some good racing and not be like India where it is incredibly fun to hotlap but produces horrible racing.
    "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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    They're apparently testing 2021 tyres for the first 30 minutes of FP2.
    "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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    it seems that our updates only work when we are deep in the **** hole.

    when on top we cannot handle it

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    Quote Originally Posted by subfire91 View Post
    it seems that our updates only work when we are deep in the **** hole.

    when on top we cannot handle it
    To be fair, they seemed to work extremely well last year as well and did good in 2017. 2018 was where they absolutely dropped the ball.
    "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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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    Charles is right up there with the 3 big boys! A podium finish is possible! Stefa thanks for starting this thread. Tifosi , glad you were here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by subfire91 View Post
    it seems that our updates only work when we are deep in the **** hole.

    when on top we cannot handle it
    It worked in the entire 2017 season, also last year with the Singapore upgrade.

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    Gasly's car is literally toast.

    Glad he's okay.

    Red Flag.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Stroll hits Verstappen

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    F3 School yard level racing. Both needs to get the book thrown at them.

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    Both Max and Stroll under investigation.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Stroll hits Verstappen
    Or Ves torpedoed Stroll !!!!!!!
    to me they both are in fault. They both force this accident
    FERRARI FOR EVER !!!!!!!

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    What a ridiculous collision. Egos getting in the way of getting work done. Stupid school children errors on both drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PURE PASSION View Post
    Or Ves torpedoed Stroll !!!!!!!
    to me they both are in fault. They both force this accident
    One shouldn't be in F1 to begin with, the other one is hot headed. Both needs a grid drop.

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    "Lance did not know that Max was there"-Otmar...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by KimiBot View Post
    "Lance did not know that Max was there"-Otmar...lol
    someone should tell him ,that one of Merc accessories that they have on the car, they called MIRRORS!!!!!!
    FERRARI FOR EVER !!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    One shouldn't be in F1 to begin with, the other one is hot headed. Both needs a grid drop.
    FERRARI FOR EVER !!!!!!!

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    Not of fan of NASCAR but they do alot of team radio about traffic on the right or left of the lead car.

    Why can't team radio do the same...in this case to Strol. "Traffic on your right....traffic on your right."
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    Not of fan of NASCAR but they do alot of team radio about traffic on the right or left of the lead car.

    Why can't team radio do the same...in this case to Strol. "Traffic on your right....traffic on your right."
    maybe they just assume that driver can think self, like..."yes, I saw Max trying to overtake me, and now I can not see Max in my mirror, and he is not ahead, so he must be on my side" IDK

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    FP2 Result:

    Bottas: 22.503---29.978---25.459---1:17.940

    Verstappen: 22.734---30.165---25.636---1:18.535 (mediums)

    Norris: 22.634---30.278---25.831---1:18.743

    Leclerc: 22.857---30.246---25.575---1:18.838 (mediums)

    Sainz: 22.750---30.228---26.058---1:19.113

    Vettel: 22.969---30.279---25.775---1:19.175 (mediums)

    Gasly: 22.737---30.433---25.848---1:19.178

    Hamilton: 22.620---30.252---26.020---1:19.308

    Ocon: 23.064---30.441---25.946---1:19.496

    Albon: 22.904---30.434---26.130---1:19.643

    Russell: 23.130---30.817---25.874---1:19.821

    Perez: 23.313---30.465---26.123---1:19.901

    Ricciardo: 23.135---30.856---25.996---1:19.987

    Latifi: 23.131---30.817---26.517---1:20.465

    Raikkonen: 23.303---31.037---26.150---1:20.490

    Magnussen: 23.348---30.862---26.470---1:20.680

    Kvyat: 22.965---30.518---26.217---1:20.729

    Grosjean: 23.468---30.960---26.396---1:20.867

    Stroll: 23.186---30.828---26.333---1:20.983

    Giovinazzi: 23.578---30.970---26.096---1:21.396

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