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Old 9th October 2023, 10:06   #16
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Re: 2023 Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix | Lusail International Circuit | 06 - 08 October 2023

It was nice to watch rookie Oscar winning the Sprint and 2nd in the race as I have become bored watching Max winning almost all races and I have no doubt he is going to win the 2024 and 2025 championships as well . Mercedes and Ferrari are not going to catch Redbull for sure and so that why I am eagerly waiting for 2026 season because of the regulation changes and hopefully expect 2 or 3 teams to have a close fight for the championships instead of one team dominating.

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Old 9th October 2023, 17:05   #17
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Re: 2023 Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix | Lusail International Circuit | 06 - 08 October 2023

Another error by Lewis.

I think he's had more errors over the past 3 season's than the rest of his years combined.
Can't help but wonder if he's losing his edge and his F1 days are coming to a slow demise. Having a potential future champion as a teammate is just exacerbating his cause.
But as history tells us, man's a fighter and has risen to the challenge whenever the time comes. His current P3 standing overall in what was at times the 5th fastest car on the grid is true to this.

"Still I Rise"
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Re: 2023 Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix | Lusail International Circuit | 06 - 08 October 2023

From the Netherlands, hoping for more Max championships. If only he can get 8 first!!!!!
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Re: 2023 Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix | Lusail International Circuit | 06 - 08 October 2023

Had the opportunity of watching the Qatar GP live. I must say, it’s an unbelievable spectacle. The speed, the sound, the absolute precision shown by each and every driver, with the addition of a huge mix of fans, performances, and activities, a Formula 1 Grand Prix is really an experience that everyone should indulge in!

The heat affecting the drivers, as reported by the media, is for sure very true. Us fans were sweating bucketloads, and if not for the free water being distributed everywhere, and ‘heat-relief’ tents being available to rest in A/C, there’d have been loads of folks with heat-stroke or dehydration problems.

Was able to get this moment from the sprint race on camera as well! Blink and you’ll miss it kind of accident!
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Re: 2023 Formula 1 Qatar Grand Prix | Lusail International Circuit | 06 - 08 October 2023

Gruelling race for the Drivers. Quite disturbing to see their physical state when they got out of the car. Quite fortunate that it did not result in an incident.

These are among the fittest sportsmen on the planet and they looked completely destroyed. The conditions were simply to severe.

Glad to note that the FIA have acknowledged this and resolve going forward.

Shame about the 1st corner incident, Mercedes had good pace, would have been a close battle with Mclaren.

Relations between Oscar and Lando bound to worsen with podiums at stake every weekend. McLaren may well have a repeat of the Senna vs Prost days!
How Lando handles the pressure will be very interesting, all these years, especially with Danny Ric, he was far too comfortable.

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