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Discussion in 'Sports Talk' started by TheDuatAwaits, Oct 30, 2012.
Finally!!! And quite right too!
Does this mean DC needs to rename the Silverstone start finish straight again?
I'm betting a commentator will use the line "Arise Sir Lewis Hamilton" as he crosses the line for his next win. Probably Crofty haha.
Damn haven't been here for a while.
So yeah, 2021 season coming up.
Predictions? (Yeah, no "Mercedes wins" we know that hahahahah)
Australia and China won't happen.
Checo will be quite close to Max once figuring out the car after a couple of races.
Lewis doesn't sign a contract until say 1 of testing.
Ferrari don't have as good an engine coming this year.
McLaren, Ferrari, Aston Martin and Renault have a close fight:
He Who Must Not Be Named
Oh yeah forgot about Australia and China.
We might have 2 in Bharain and MAYBE Portimao and Imola again, or so they say.
I think Aston will do really well, like REALLY well.
And RedBull might even win this year, if the car is as good as it should be
(Who the hell is Fred?)
Edit: Oh damn, Alonso Hahahahahahahahah (brain fart)
I've no position predictions except the obvious top 3. I do predict many, many incredibly awkward situations with "He Who Must Not Be Named" though. It's going to be difficult to watch in fact. I'm actually hoping the media just pretends he's not at each race.
I think/hope that McLaren can chase RB for second this year a bit, and I’m hoping Renault keeps building off 2020 and is able to really fight with McLaren. Not at all worried about the green Mercedes doing well too.
Hope we get some more races on wet days to see a bit more driver skill come into play.
I wouldn’t put Tsunoda over Gasly if the season was shorter, but with 23 (allegedly) races he might just take off. I didn’t follow F2 but people are hyped.
I’m praying that Haas get closer to Alfa Romeo. Not expecting too too much from Williams until 2022 when they take more from Mercedes. But damn do I want to be surprised.
Haven't been following the developements for2021 too closely and no real clue as to how good the new drivers are, so this is probably more of an uneducated guess, but it would be interesting to see at the end of the season just how far off I was so here we go:
Hamilton. Best car, probably best driver. The only man right now who can beat Lewis Hamilton is Lewis Hamilton.
Verstappen. Not sure about the next two, but if Red Bull don't screw up, and Verstappen keeps his cool, he should be able to beat Bottas.
Bottas. No offense to Valtteri, but lately it seemed to me he is more of a decent driver in a superior car than anything else...
That Russian guy
I think what i'm looking forward to most is the comparison between Checo and Max, with Max facing a known good driver again. Also whether Vettel will get some confidence back with his move, and cut out some of the bad mistakes & bad decisions he makes on track at the moment.
28 March – Bahrain (Sakhir)
18 April - Italy (Imola*)
2 May - TBC
9 May – Spain (Barcelona)
23 May – Monaco (Monaco)
6 June – Azerbaijan (Baku)
13 June – Canada (Montreal)
27 June – France (Le Castellet)
4 July – Austria (Spielberg)
18 July – United Kingdom (Silverstone)
1 August – Hungary (Budapest)
29 August – Belgium (Spa)
5 September – Netherlands (Zandvoort)
12 September – Italy (Monza)
26 September – Russia (Sochi)
3 October – Singapore (Singapore)
10 October – Japan (Suzuka)
24 October – USA (Austin)
31 October – Mexico (Mexico City)
7 November – Brazil (Sao Paulo)
21 November - Australia (Melbourne*)
5 December - Saudi Arabia (Jeddah**)
12 December - Abu Dhabi (Yas Island)
New calendar. Round 3 potentially Portimao.
It's going to be another crazy/weird season i think. I wouldn't be surprised if it was majorly disrupted with countries trying to keep out the UK's new covid variant.
Test moved to Bahrain 2 weeks before round 1
Alonso fractured his jaw after a cycling accident.
What a track. The fact that no one or very few had been there before made it even better; everyone had to start from scratch.
I like the new cars.
Alfa/Sauber is really cool
I'm disappointed in the new AlphaTauri, I much prefer the previous one, there's something about the split colors with the pinstripe that's just off for me.
But that Alfa, ooooh boy. It was sexy before, it is even more now. Was a really big fan of the 2010-2012 Sauber's, so this Alfa is a homerun for me.