Will Lewis ever win #8?

Will Lewis ever win #8?

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sparta6

3,146 posts

77 months

Wednesday 11th May
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paulguitar said:
sparta6 said:
It's a coveted job and someone's got to do it hehe
It's just a shame that you keep doing yours. wink
Says Mr Guitar @ 15,000 posts
hehe

paulguitar

15,543 posts

90 months

Wednesday 11th May
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sparta6 said:
paulguitar said:
sparta6 said:
It's a coveted job and someone's got to do it hehe
It's just a shame that you keep doing yours. wink
Says Mr Guitar @ 15,000 posts
hehe
I have a lot of spare time. biggrin

PhilAsia

975 posts

52 months

Wednesday 11th May
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sparta6 said:
paulguitar said:
sparta6 said:
It's a coveted job and someone's got to do it hehe
It's just a shame that you keep doing yours. wink
Says Mr Guitar @ 15,000 posts
hehe
Are you going for 3600?

mat205125

16,506 posts

190 months

Thursday 12th May
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Teppic said:
With the car in its current guise, Lewis will be lucky to win another race, let alone another Championship.
Bet they'll do well in Monaco, as their car is a powerful high down force concept

HustleRussell

21,469 posts

137 months

Thursday 12th May
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mat205125 said:
Teppic said:
With the car in its current guise, Lewis will be lucky to win another race, let alone another Championship.
Bet they'll do well in Monaco, as their car is a powerful high down force concept
On the other hand, Monaco could be awful for them if their suspension is overly stiff as people have speculated.

paulguitar

15,543 posts

90 months

Thursday 12th May
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HustleRussell said:
On the other hand, Monaco could be awful for them if their suspension is overly stiff as people have speculated.
Either way, we should all be prepared for an astonishingly dull Sunday afternoon.

HustleRussell

21,469 posts

137 months

Thursday 12th May
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paulguitar said:
HustleRussell said:
On the other hand, Monaco could be awful for them if their suspension is overly stiff as people have speculated.
Either way, we should all be prepared for an astonishingly dull Sunday afternoon.
By the by but I predict a Ferrari pole, great traction, great acceleration, few vices in terms of handling... both the Ferrari and the Red Bull appear to ride the kerbs very well. In Miami the Mercedes looked reluctant to stay on course without even seeing a kerb- understeer in and then snaps from the rear in the middle of the corner.

ETA: But speaking to Matt205125's comment, we might only have to wait until Barcelona to see a much more solid performance from Mercedes, by which I mean 3rd fastest car, untroubled from behind and solid points.

Edited by HustleRussell on Thursday 12th May 12:38

mat205125

16,506 posts

190 months

Thursday 12th May
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paulguitar said:
Either way, we should all be prepared for an astonishingly dull Sunday afternoon.
...... apart from Martin's grid walk, to catch up on the tag along Williams sisters, and whatever social media sensations have blagged entry to the principality