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>> No. 9831 Anonymous
20th March 2022
Sunday 2:56 pm
9831 new F1 season
Actually dying to see if these cars produce better racing.
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>> No. 9832 Anonymous
20th March 2022
Sunday 3:00 pm
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How dare you make a new F1 thread? You'll use the one you have until it's worn to dust.

However, I agree. Ferrari on pole too, not exactly a rags to riches story, but it's different!
>> No. 9833 Anonymous
20th March 2022
Sunday 4:58 pm
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Well, good to see a Ferrari 1-2 and very happy to see Leclerc win, as he's my favourite driver not called Lewis. I tried not to enjoy both Red Bulls going out at the last minute, but did.

Seems like there was a lot more overtaking.
>> No. 9834 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 1:30 am
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Absolutely wild that they're going ahead with the Saudi race. Not only should that despotate not have a race in the first place, the capital is literally being bombarded.
>> No. 9835 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 2:29 am
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At this rate, someone's going to get killed, and for a change it won't be the racing that does it.

I really don't understand why they're even doing the whole thing anyway. Maybe >>/£$€¥/ knows?
>> No. 9836 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 10:00 am
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>Second practice was delayed by 15 minutes after the attack as team bosses and drivers were called to a meeting with F1 president Stefano Domenicali. The drivers went into a meeting with Domenicali and managing director Ross Brawn about an hour after the end of practice and that meeting did not end for another four hours, as various senior figures came and went.

>BBC Sport has learned that a significant number of drivers had concerns about the safety of the event following the attack. But eventually they were convinced to go ahead and race after being given further information by bosses. Part of this information involved the possible consequences of not racing, such as how easily teams and drivers would be able to leave the country if the race did not happen.

>> No. 9837 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 10:34 am
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Saudi Aramco is a major F1 sponsor, having opened its coffers to help lure race organizers to the kingdom. The state-run oil firm's 10-year deal, struck in 2019, is estimated to be worth between €535 and €800 million ($588-$880 million). Aramco is also the main sponsor of Aston-Martin racing.
>> No. 9838 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 10:35 am
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>> No. 9839 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 11:56 am
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I can't wait to find out that the Saudis are hiding their own "Funky Boy" bioweapon.

>> No. 9840 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 11:56 am
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It's not like America waited for the 9/11 fires to stop burning before resuming normal sporting events.
>> No. 9841 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 12:04 pm
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Indeed, they were absolutely busting to go to Afghanistan.
>> No. 9842 Anonymous
26th March 2022
Saturday 6:24 pm
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It's not exactly the festival feeling you want from an Grand Prix weekend, is it? Possibility of a missile strike, murderer for a host, the track tries to kill a young driver and you're not even allowed to neck a member of the same sex to relieve a little tension.
>> No. 9901 Anonymous
5th August 2022
Friday 4:33 am
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Just to clear up any confusion, neither I nor the otherlad will be driving for Alpine next year.
>> No. 9902 Anonymous
5th August 2022
Friday 8:29 am
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It's true. I'm choosing to focus on my endurance career (3+ wanks a day).

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