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Most F1 fans love the track and it normally gives us a great race with slipstreaming and overtaking down the long and fast straight.

This track doesn’t really have many fast corners that require lots of downforce, so with the way things are with the Mclaren and RedBull, the two fastest cars out there, the track is more likely to favour the Mclaren with its faster top speed and more pointy front end for the slow corners.

That’s how I see it, I personally think this race could be a Mclaren one two with the RedBulls not that far behind but behind all the same.

Cant wait for this race, its going to be a stonker  Grin

Posted June 10, 2010, 11:15:54 AM Logged

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So they did it, a Mclaren one two and what an existing race it was. The Canadian track never lets us down and always seems to give us a race full of uncertainty and overtaking.

Schumacher is back to where he should be too, if you cant win fairly just bend the rules and hope you get away with it, well he tried but the great man couldn’t cheat his way above 11th this time.

Lewis Hamilton now leads the championship with Jenson Button in second.

Way to go Mclaren  Grin

Posted June 14, 2010, 11:31:56 AM Logged

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I was wondering if Chandhok should race or not due to his time of 1:27.757
http://www.formula1.com/results/season/2010/831/6746/

This is well outside 107% (fastest time of 1:16 would be about 1:21 for 107%)

Though he did manage 2nd to last of the finishers at 18th

Does this rule still exist?

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I have looked at the 2010 rules, cant see anything about being within 107% anymore, I assume that rule has been dropped for the new teams and to give them a chance to race or even test their cars during the race, now there’s no testing Its going to be a hard job getting their cars within 107%.

The 2010 rules...


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