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(BBC)   Can Sebastian Vettel make it 9 in a row, or will Felipe Massa get a home win in his final Formula 1 race? It's your Brazilian Grand Prix thread, 11AM Eastern/8AM Pacific   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 5
    More: Cool, Felipe Massa, Vettel, Brazilian Grand Prix, Ross Brawn, Adrian Sutil, Heikki Kovalainen, Mark Webber, Nico Hulkenberg  
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2013-11-24 05:21:23 PM  
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JayCab: Just finished watching the replay, interesting race, if not particularly exiting. Looking forward to the teams starting fresh with the smaller engines next year. Are there any other changes to the car, like aero? New tires from Pirelli?


8-speed transmissions, for one. Other details can be found on this 87-page PDF, if one could be arsed to read through the whole thing
2013-11-24 12:39:41 PM  
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So will the stewards have the balls to punish Webber for taking off his helmet?

Also i wonder what Seb's face will be like when Webber gets a much bigger cheer than he does?
2013-11-24 12:28:02 PM  
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WhyteRaven74: clear_prop: How much can you really learn from looking at an engine block?

Matchett has done other segments, including one where he's showing Caterham's front wing from an angle and proximity F1 teams normally don't allow.


Caterham watches Adrian Newey while Newey's watches those segments - if Adrian doesn't bust out laughing, they know they're on the right track
2013-11-24 12:02:32 PM  
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commentators on Sky saying "scrap practice" as a way to get more exciting races. I have to wonder how much of the "boring race phenomenon" is caused by the tracks themselves. Older tracks, like Interlagos, Neurburgring, Spa, even Silverstone with all its modifications, tend to have better races, where the driver actually has to _drive_, than newer traks like Abu Dhabi
2013-11-24 11:47:13 AM  
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FIA likes to make sure who gets points. FARK YOU MASSA! Love FIA
 
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