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Jeff Porter Nov 17
Why are the two Ferrari's not under investigation for causing a collision?
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James Mc Tigue Nov 17
Sainz came back up through the field to finish 4th and we didn't see any of it......
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Andy Fishburne Nov 17
last year max got his time penalty in Mexico just as he was about to head on to the podium,the stewards made their decision very quickly,where is the consistency? Is it because they favour Lewis?Surely he will be given a time pen & Carlos should have been on‘t podium?
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Oltan Izmirli Nov 17
How many different plans do Ferrari have for a single race? Plan A, Plan B, Plan B+2, Plan C ....
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Name cannot be blank Nov 17
Why not delay the podium untill all investigations are done. How long can it take? If it was mid race it would be sorted by now.
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Little Dorrit Nov 17
Surely the stewards should have made the decision before the podium?! They have probably taken Sainz’s first podium celebration away from him!
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Die Stronk Nov 17
check on the replay of hamiltons start, he has got a weird hand position. Saw the same thing at the US GP. Whats he doing??
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FrankLaumen Nov 17
We have now seen a couple of examples where a dangerous situation, leading to (virtual) safety car, was caused by a driver continue to race passed the with a failing engine. What is your opinion about that? For me, causing such a situation should be a fine for the team
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Roy Clark 13h
Hi , My name is Buddy, I am 4 years old at the moment, soon to be 5, on the 01/12/19, though Gee is typing this for me, it is my idea for a new name for Toro Roso, and it is simply SILVER BULL. Regards, Buddy
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wbt Nov 17
talking rule changes, we've toyed with reverse grids in Aus V8s, not great. Tell me why this would be a bad idea: Top 6 in championship at the time quali on the hard tyre, next 8 on the medium, last 6 on the soft. All drivers choose their tyre to start the race.
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Chris Duro Nov 16
When Christian said he had a cream cake this morning I was expecting a cup cake. :)
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lee o'brien Nov 17
All incidents should be cleared up before the podium, Hamiltons incident was the same as ricciardos. McLaren will have 3rd place given to them and yet they don't get to celebrate on the podium. It's wrong.
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KIRK P - dj Nov 17
I don’t think either Ferrari driver at fault. Barely touched each other. Can’t believe the damage
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Laura Forsyth Nov 17
Ferrari yet again should of pitted along time ago
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Keith Rann Nov 17
Valterri seemed to have ‘parked’ his Mercedes in a relatively safe place. Given the ease in which it was removed from the track to behind the barriers was the sc period, disproportionately lengthy, particularly when compared to the second sc period??
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Indian gunner 24h
When was the last time f1 had a complete podium without mercedes Ferrari engine before yesterday? 2 Hondas and 1 Renault at the Brazilian gp yesterday 🎉
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Bob Bergmann Nov 16
Are we still going to send you pictures of our cats?
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Ash Hinds Nov 16
do you thing stroll deserves his seat next year giving his performance this year compared with the hulk? 🤔
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Mike Nov 16
Well qualifying was a non event.
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Mark Nov 16
preferred the Grifter to the chopper
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