2017... Formula 1 thread

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Re: 2017... Formula 1 thread

Postby sarah t » Tue Nov 28, 2017 2:37 pm

Guess I should have turned my attention to the match but instead I decided to follow the live coverage of the Abu Dhabi GP on BBC Radio 5Xtra which proved to be the wrong choice. You know when you've got it wrong when the best battle on track is happening over 16th place. Shame for Ricardo's retirement, some good mid field squabbles for Renault, Williams and HAAS but I don't think this highlights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXREg5yPf9A could be any longer. It has been a great season but F1 ends 2017 IMO on a whimper rather a bang. :/
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Re: 2017... Formula 1 thread

Postby SubHuman » Wed Nov 29, 2017 2:35 am

sarah t wrote:Guess I should have turned my attention to the match but instead I decided to follow the live coverage of the Abu Dhabi GP on BBC Radio 5Xtra which proved to be the wrong choice. You know when you've got it wrong when the best battle on track is happening over 16th place. Shame for Ricardo's retirement, some good mid field squabbles for Renault, Williams and HAAS but I don't think this highlights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXREg5yPf9A could be any longer. It has been a great season but F1 ends 2017 IMO on a whimper rather a bang. :/


Yeah the last two races have had a very end of term feel about them, have to say that these last two I ended up fast forwarding through quite a lot of them. All the interest is now focused on "will Ferrari and Red Bull manage to catch up with Mercedes for next season".
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