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    Back to back weekends. Another early morning.

    Usually breeds some decent racing.

    Lewis closing in on 6 - essentially Bottas needs to win, with fastest lap and for him to DNF to keep the championship alive.
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    Should prob change my Av to Charles but can't be bothered.

    My Charles/Saubar/Alfa cap getting pretty ratty by now too but always nice to look to the future of the sport.

    Hopefully the pairing of Vettel and Leclerc can bring further success in 2020 as Ferrari seems to be bridging the gap to MGP and actually taking the fight to them far more.

    Props to Lewis for his inevitable WDC, he's a force unto himself and while I'm not a fan of his I have full respect for what he has achieved.

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    F1 Hollywood
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    These were also being sold during the event..............

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    https://www.speedcafe.com/2019/11/01...1-regulations/

    2021 regs out - I think they seem to be a good think all in all.
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    Like the new look.

    Like the spend cap - although it already seems to have ways the big teams will exploit.

    Return to ground effect cars will be a nice change.

    Not a lot to complain about really except the cars will be initially slower but I am getting used the the reset now.

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    They don't need to be as fast as they are now to produce a good show. Look at Indycars, 15 seconds a lap slower at COTA but the racing is awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ View Post
    They don't need to be as fast as they are now to produce a good show. Look at Indycars, 15 seconds a lap slower at COTA but the racing is awesome.
    Agreed but I do like to think the cars push the drivers to the limit so only the best can drive them.

    Also when attending in person the speed is what impresses, so it is part of the show.

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    Martin Brundle driving Senna’s MP4/4 around Interlagos. Can I have that job please?

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    What a race!
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