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Yup, the downforce DC gets of that thing must have given him a good few positions over the years  Very Happy
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This London Grand Prix looks a great idea but I can't see it actually happening.


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Maldonado taking people out of the GP seems to be coming as popular as McLaren cocking up their pit stops. Been a common theme of F1 2012.
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Maldonado needs a thorough banning.
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McLaren actually had the fastest stops today but they still only managed 8th and 10th.
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Maldonado needs a thorough banning.
Yep.......for a least a season. The man's a menace.......a 'dangerous' menace! Disappointing day all round eh?
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Didn't watch because I was busy watching a certain tennis player play an important match Smile
Did catch a bit of the beginning.. heard Perez pit interview and he was well pissed (rightly so.) Didn't hold anything back.. said something had to be done about Maldonado and that the other drivers were saying he had no respect for them on the track. I'm paraphrasing, but that was the gist.
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Same here Scot! We watched the beginning right up to Andy walking out on court and then it was only replays ect., so we never missed a second of Andy's match. Not even an teensy weensy nanosecond! I do love my Formula 1, but when oor Andy's playing.......there's nae contest!  :p
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Can there be anyone more unlucky than Lewis Hamilton? Well done Jenson Button though!
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Watched on PVR last night.
Just knew my Jenson wasn't going to get past Alonso, and was swearing at the brat for that illegal overtake!
Thrilled to find out now that Vettel was penalised, thus giving Kimi 3rd place. Smile But too bad he didn't get his moment in the sun on the podium. Seb now boohooing over Lewis unlapping himself.
Sorry for Lewis, but the good news is that McLaren finally seem to have their **** together on the pit stops.
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Lewis must be the unluckiest driver alive. Every single car went over that debris, yet only he gets the puncture.

Seriously without all this sh*t this season he'd be comfortably leading this year. Pit stops, poor decisions from McLaren, the biased cunting stewards, those f**king pit stops and the horrid luck have royally screwed him up this year. It's no wonder he wanted to give up yesterday after the puncture. Must feel like the world's against him.

I only hope he keeps pushing. Him, Vettel and Alonso are best three drivers out there and it pains me seeing the other two scrapping it out in 1st and 2nd whilst he's down in 18th through no fault of his own. It was enjoyable watching him unlapping himself (going faster than them as well ffs).

Edit: Also glad to see Vettel got (deservedly) penalised and congrats to Button, great to see him on the podium again. He's had a horrid season, don't know what the problem is but he just hasn't looked comfortable (and as a result McLaren are now well down in the CC, having lead it early doors). It was the Button of old yesterday and it was great to see. Just unfortunate he couldn't quite take Alonso, it looks really possible at one point.
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I know it's not before time, but kudos to McLaren for breaking a world record yesterday, for doing 'the fastest pit stop ever recorded'! The pitstop in question, was Jenson's second, which they managed in an incredible 2.3 seconds, thus allowing Jenson to get out before Vettel! Let's hope that's a sample of things to come! Bravo boys!  clap
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....they managed in an incredible 2.3 seconds, thus allowing Jenson to get out before Vettel!
That was the sweeeetest moment of the whole race for me. yes
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2.3s!!! Wow.
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Yep........It was 2.6 before! In this context, .3 of a second is quite a lot.
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