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John
2019-05-26 21:06:00 UTC
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Hamilton. Not only did he throw block after perfect block, but he did it while giving a radio commentary on his tire.
a425couple
2019-05-26 23:30:35 UTC
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Post by John
Hamilton. Not only did he throw block after perfect block, but he did it while giving a radio commentary on his tire.
He did indeed.
And thus, it was a very interesting final 50 or so laps.
With the slowest of the top 4 being the leader, and
as you say throwing "block after perfect block"
to win the race.
Sure. Tis wonderful.

Meanwhile, in a very different way, the final
15 or so laps at the Indy 500 were also very
interesting with two leaders repeatedly passing
and repassing each other every 3 laps or so.

Then there is NASCAR.
Something for every taste.
geoff
2019-05-27 00:29:45 UTC
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Hamilton. Not only did he throw block after perfect block, but he did it while giving a radio commentary on his tire.
Saw at one point VER was ahead in the poles. Did it end like that ?

Unsafe release not his fault, but the (relatively lame) penalty did not
impede him at all as no addition stop was required, and he still
couldn't pass HAM despite having far better tyres and team permission
essentially to risk wrecking his engine in trying if necessary.

geoff
CS
2019-05-27 05:24:23 UTC
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As someone once said "Win by driving as slowly as possible". As Ricciardo did.
Saves engine wear as well.

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