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Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Gwanni 28 July, 2019 13:24
our luck not even 1 single hit between cars

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Gwanni 28 July, 2019 13:24
oh Pere hits the wall saftery car

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
boro1986willliamsf1 28 July, 2019 13:39
Why keep both drivers out on the wrong tyre



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WILL SUPPORT WILLIAMS AS LONG AS THEY HAVE A TEAM

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
GroveF1 28 July, 2019 14:02
Williams pit wall are are bunch of stupid brain-dead idiots!!

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
GroveF1 28 July, 2019 14:07
Proper safety car now - let's get a 6 year old on the wall to make proper decisions

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
erratic 28 July, 2019 14:53
What's up with Bottas, he just does not seem to be performing anymore.

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
boro1986willliamsf1 28 July, 2019 14:55
Bitter pill Stroll in 3rd



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Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Greg_OR 28 July, 2019 15:09
Congrats to drivers and team, both cars home, Robert's next myth gone, wet race completed in front of team mate smiling smiley

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Gwanni 28 July, 2019 15:14
ahh so close yet so far to the points

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Affinity 28 July, 2019 15:23
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Greg_OR
Congrats to drivers and team, both cars home, Robert's next myth gone, wet race completed in front of team mate smiling smiley

And on merit, too. No mistakes, on par in terms of pace (aside from the 3rd stint), and capitalized on George's trip off track.
Williams' strategy though... The full wets were a poor, although understandable gamble. Not pitting for softs together with Stroll was a much bigger mistake in my mind. This could have been a points finish, perhaps the only chance we're gonna get the whole season.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28/07/2019 15:24 by Affinity.

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Greg_OR 28 July, 2019 15:32
that 3rd stint there was a big issue with brakes pulling to one side, there will be interesting ream radio transcriptions I think.

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Mehryar 28 July, 2019 15:33
A miracle! Kubica beats George! lol



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Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Gunk 28 July, 2019 15:36
Talk about wacky races!

Crazy race, crazy guys.

2 non finishes by Merc . . . I think Williams now the only team with 100% record?

Hulk - oh dear. Maybe Formula E next year.

Pleased for Kvyat, who has seemed rather born again since the layoff. (With a new brain.) Albon impressive too.

Very conservative strategy by Williams . . . Stroll was one from dead last before the tyre swap. What did Williams have to lose?

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Greg_OR 28 July, 2019 16:03
and now... real chances for a point for Robert as both Alfas are under investigation, omg what a race winking smiley
[twitter.com]



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28/07/2019 16:05 by Greg_OR.

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Affinity 28 July, 2019 16:11
Article 9 concerns the transmission/ecu, Article 27.1 is essentially "The driver must drive his car alone and unaided". If the Alfas have been found to violate the regs, this has to be a DQ... Right?

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Greg_OR 28 July, 2019 16:11
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Gunk
Very conservative strategy by Williams . . . Stroll was one from dead last before the tyre swap. What did Williams have to lose?
after race Robert said that it was to be on safe side and be sure they can survive, next race is next weekend and no need to take risk with no spare chassis.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28/07/2019 16:12 by Greg_OR.

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Nuvolari 28 July, 2019 17:14
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Greg_OR
and now... real chances for a point for Robert as both Alfas are under investigation, omg what a race winking smiley [twitter.com]

Yes, but the FIA stewards are not well known for making logical and/or consistent decisions smiling smiley

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Gunk 28 July, 2019 17:23
Quote:
Greg_OR
Quote:
Gunk
Very conservative strategy by Williams . . . Stroll was one from dead last before the tyre swap. What did Williams have to lose?
after race Robert said that it was to be on safe side and be sure they can survive, next race is next weekend and no need to take risk with no spare chassis.

Tanks for info, Greg

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
ralf111 28 July, 2019 19:00
We have first point Robert Kubica P10 after Alfa Romeo penalty (Sm146)

Re: German Grand Prix 2019 (Practice, Qualifying & Race)
Mehryar 28 July, 2019 19:02
Is it official ? There's nothing I can find to confirm they're given penalty DSQ.



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