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2016 Brazilian GP

Post by The_Wall_91 on Mon Oct 31, 2016 7:51 pm

The F1 season reaches the last 2 races of the season with the Brazilian GP. Let's all hope that Gabe doesn't do anything extremely stupid if he shows up at the track. Anyways, let's get to a couple of headlines.

19, is the Magic Number

With Hamilton's win in Mexico, the championship lead has been cut to just 19 points. For Rosberg to clinch the title, he will have to win the race. If he doesn't win, he will need to make sure he stays as close as possible to Lewis Hamilton.

Hamilton Ties Prost

Lewis Hamilton's win in Mexico moved him in to a tie with legend Alain Prost for the 2nd most career wins. It is inevitable that Lewis Hamilton will pass Prost for the 2nd most wins in F1 history. However, Lewis Hamilton will need 40 wins just to pass Michael Schumacher.

Vettel vs. Red Bull

The finish for 3rd was marred in controversy. With 2 laps to go, Max Verstappen missed his breaking point for turn 1, cutting turn 2, and eventually being handed a 5 second time penalty. However, Vettel was trying to get by Verstappen and was attacked by Daniel Riccardo. Vettel's block on Riccardo gave him a 10 second time penalty demoting him to 5th.

Will Sauber Score Points?

The team that has been a major disappointment, after Ferrari, has been Sauber. While Sauber was having financial troubles, they picked up a new owner which gave the team a good boost. However, Sauber is still the only team that has not scored points. Sauber has had very good performances over the last few races. They still have a chance to score points this season, but are running out of time.

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Post by The_Wall_91 on Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:56 pm

I am hearing Esteban Ocon to join Force India but I don't have a confirmation on that

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Re: 2016 Brazilian GP

Post by bsoyuz on Tue Nov 01, 2016 2:43 pm

Climate for the Race: Most likely dry, ranging between 70-76 ºF, a.k.a If you expected any fun stuff, you'll be rather disappointed.
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Re: 2016 Brazilian GP

Post by Alta on Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:10 pm

Pretty good race. Was a cluster at the start but got fun in the 2nd half-end. Verstappen's a madman and the Massa pit walk was a pretty touching moment.

Rosberg controls his fate, which is why i'm concerned about something ala 2014 happening.
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Post by PYLrulz on Sun Nov 13, 2016 8:13 pm

bsoyuz wrote:Climate for the Race: Most likely dry, ranging between 70-76 ºF, a.k.a If you expected any fun stuff, you'll be rather disappointed.

Come again?!? Laughing
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Post by f1fan12 on Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:15 pm

bsoyuz wrote:Climate for the Race: Most likely dry, ranging between 70-76 ºF, a.k.a If you expected any fun stuff, you'll be rather disappointed.

I sense that Brazilian Meteorologists are just as accurate as their American counterparts...
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Post by bsoyuz on Mon Nov 14, 2016 9:36 am

PYLrulz wrote:
bsoyuz wrote:Climate for the Race: Most likely dry, ranging between 70-76 ºF, a.k.a If you expected any fun stuff, you'll be rather disappointed.

Come again?!? Laughing

It's São Paulo, things can and will change, I'm not the metereologist.
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