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Crazyskier
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ShaunWhite wrote:
Crazyskier wrote: I echo this sentiment completely.

SOOO glad that Seb didn't pressure Nico and that now the whole world knows what an utterly arrogant self-centred prick Lewis is!
I'm so glad we agree crazyskier, there's plenty we disagree about elsewhere so it's nice to be on friendly terms again. There's nothing like a common enemy for uniting people :)
?? I'm always friendly - or try to be!! :lol:
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marksmeets302
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I wonder who will take his place. Wehrlein is an option, but I heard he is really difficult to work with. Wouldn't surprise me if Vettel wants to push for a transfer. He doesn't seem to be happy at ferrari at all. Then again, Ferrari isn't likely to let him go.
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ShaunWhite
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Wehrlein looks the likely choice. I'd love to see Alsonso in the same car as Hamilton but that's unlikely to happen.
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Wonder how much input Hamilton will have to ensure whoever joins is a clear 2nd driver?? would rule the likes of Vettle out if he has to much say
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ShaunWhite
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I get the feeling Mercedes think they've just about got their money's worth out of Hamilton. All the promo, drivers title etc etc, job done. With just one year left on his deal....I can't see the ruthlessly efficient Germans pandering to him too much.
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Vettel or Alonso would bring a few million former fans back to the sport overnight.
A rookie will have millions of current fans waving goodbye to the sport for a while as Hamilton will be clear No1.

Gotta love Rosberg though, wins the championship and retires which is the ultimate F#@k You to Hamilton as it doesnt give him the chance to avenge the loss. :D

I'd love to see Vettel alongside Hamilton but dont think Mercedes would risk it.
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ShaunWhite
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Good news about little Bernie Ecclescake going ... traditional circuits look a bit safer again. Yanks love tradition, Bernie just loved the cash.

If circuits aren't charged so much to host maybe the ticket prices will come down.

US model is to get the punters in, then sell them merch. How much is the Kentucky Derby? About $10? NASCAR is an amazing weekend for under £100.
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ShaunWhite
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McLaren-Honda split after three years of troubled partnership

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/formula1/41248320
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LeTiss
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Been some interesting activity on the Singapore GP this morning
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