Will Max crash into Lewis on the last race just to win?

Will Max crash into Lewis on the last race just to win?

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Mr Spoon

Original Poster:

722 posts

10 months

Sunday 21st November
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Answers below... yes or no.... I'm a YES.

Assuming nothing bad happens in Saudi, and Lewis comes 1st, Max second and it spills over to the last race of the season at Abu Dhabi .... I'm counting on Max to run his right rear into Lewis left front and as long as Lewis is a DNF, penalties galore won't stop him winning.

Wish PH did polls.

Anyhoo....

YES

Evanivitch

11,513 posts

94 months

Sunday 21st November
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YES.

There's a bit of Schumacher mentality in him, red mist.

Carlososos

507 posts

68 months

Sunday 21st November
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Mr Spoon said:
Answers below... yes or no.... I'm a YES.

Assuming nothing bad happens in Saudi, and Lewis comes 1st, Max second and it spills over to the last race of the season at Abu Dhabi .... I'm counting on Max to run his right rear into Lewis left front and as long as Lewis is a DNF, penalties galore won't stop him winning.

Wish PH did polls.

Anyhoo....

YES
Considering what we’ve already seen I would say so yes. Maybe a little harsh but I can’t remember seeing a dirtier driver for quite a while say for Maldonado.

SmoothCriminal

3,897 posts

171 months

Sunday 21st November
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100% yes.

simonw67

1,003 posts

5 months

Sunday 21st November
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No

Monkeylegend

22,349 posts

203 months

Sunday 21st November
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simonw67 said:
No
Who's going to Verstoppen

Muzzer79

5,643 posts

159 months

Sunday 21st November
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Yes

If Hamilton is challenging him in the race, Brazil-style, I don’t think he’ll be able to help himself.

QuattroDave

946 posts

100 months

Sunday 21st November
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Another 100% yes from me if he's still in the lead come the last race and the 'opportunity' presents itself

Athlon

4,468 posts

178 months

Sunday 21st November
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Yes. Not a nice guy, just like his Dad. Win at all cost.

stevemcs

6,096 posts

65 months

Sunday 21st November
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It would be no different to Senna and Prost

mick987

710 posts

82 months

Sunday 21st November
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YES 100%

jsf

24,257 posts

208 months

Sunday 21st November
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Mr Spoon said:
Wish PH did polls.
It does.

TheDeuce

11,905 posts

38 months

Sunday 21st November
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He's already done it. Thread answered.


paulw123

1,949 posts

162 months

Sunday 21st November
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Yes if he feels his WDC is slipping away. He’s already done it at Monza

Welshbeef

46,126 posts

170 months

Sunday 21st November
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Like Prost you mean ?

kurokawa

251 posts

80 months

Sunday 21st November
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Yes

He seem to one of those true believer in "if you no longer go for a gap that exists you are no longer a racing driver" but left out the "exists"

Welshbeef

46,126 posts

170 months

Sunday 21st November
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Would

Fangio
Hawthorne
Flying Scot
Graham Hill
Ascari

Any of these do it? No

waynecyclist

2,152 posts

86 months

Sunday 21st November
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At the risk of needing a tin foil hat, I was speaking to a friend and we both reached the same conclusion.

If Lewis wins and gets fastest lap with Max second they are tied on points at the last race, my bet is Max to do Senna and take Lewis out as he would be WC with having won one more race.

Hope my maths are correct laugh

patmahe

5,447 posts

176 months

Monday 22nd November
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It's possible, but I don't think it'd be a turn 1 punt though, more like if it looks like all is lost and the opportunity was put in front of him.

I also think if the tables were turned Lewis is also capable of the same, he's just never needed to yet. You don't get to the top in F1 without a ruthless streak no matter who you are.

For what it's worth I hope it doesn't end that way, it's been an amazing season and either would be a worthy champion, may the best man win.

HocusPocus

565 posts

73 months

Monday 22nd November
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Let's hope this is decided in a sporting manner on track. Would be a shame if a cracking season ended with a T1 incident for the stewards to overlook.