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Australian GP 20 March: Melbourne, Australia
Bahrain GP 3 April: Bahrain, Bahrain
Chinese GP 17 April: Shanghai, China
Russian GP 1 May: Sochi, Russia
Spanish GP 15 May: Barcelona, Spain
Monaco GP 29 May: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Canadian GP 12 June: Montreal, Canada
European GP 19 June: Baku, Azerbaijan
Austrian GP 3 July: Spielberg, Austria
British GP 10 July: Silverstone, United Kingdom
Hungarian GP 24 July: Budapest, Hungary
German GP 31 July: Hockenheim, Germany
Belgian GP 28 August: Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium
Italian GP 4 September: Monza, Italy
Singapore GP 18 September: Singapore
Malaysian GP 2 October: Sepang, Malaysia
Japanese GP 9 October: Suzuka, Japan
United States GP 23 October: Austin, USA
Mexican GP 30 October: Mexico City, Mexico
Brazilian GP 13 November: Sao Paolo, Brazil
Abu Dhabi GP 27 November: Abu Dhabi, UAE

can Lewis make it three in a row and stretch Mercedes' dominance?
can Ferrari and Vettel mount a serious challenge?
can McLaren and Honda finally get it right?
the battle in the midfield and to score points at the back is more intense than ever
hoping for a good 2016 season

Mercedes AMG Petronas
#44 Lewis Hamilton (3-time World Champion, 2008, 2014, 2015)
#6 Nico Rosberg

Scuderia Ferrari
#5 Sebastian Vettel (4-time World Champion, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
#7 Kimi Raikonnen (2007 World Champion)

Williams-Martini Racing
#77 Valtteri Bottas
#19 Felipe Massa
Engine: Mercedes


  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Race Schedule 2014 F1:

    1. Melbourne - March 16 (Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit)
    2. Malaysia - March 30 (Sepang International Circuit)
    3. Bahrain - April 6 (Bahrain International Circuit)
    4. China - April 20 (Shanghai International Circuit)
    5. Korea - April 27 (Korean International Circuit)
    6. Spain - May 11 (Circuit De Catalunya)
    7. Monaco - May 25 (Circuit De Monaco)
    8. America - June 1 (Port Imperial Street Circuit)
    9. Canada - June 8 (Circuit Gilles Villeneuve)
    10. Austria - June 22 (Red Bull Ring)
    11. Great Britain - July 6 (Silverstone Circuit)
    12. Germany - July 20 (Hockenheimring)
    13. Hungary - July 27 (Hungaroring)
    14. Belguim - August 24 (Circuit De Spa-Francorchamps)
    15. Italy - September 7 (Autodromo Nazionale Monza)
    16. Singapore - September 21 (Marina Bay Street Circuit)
    17. Russia - October 5 (Sochi International Street Circuit)
    18. Japan - October 12 (Suzuka Circuit)
    19. Abu Dhabi - October 26 (Yas Marina Circuit)
    20. United States - November 9 (Circuit Of The Americas)
    21. Mexico - November 16 (Aut?dromo Hermanos Rodr?guez)
    22. Brazil - November 30 (Aut?dromo Jos? Carlos Pace)

    Source: http://www.formula1.com/races/calendar_preview.html

    2 New Races - America, New Jersey, & Russia
    2 Returning Race - Austria & Mexico
    1 Remove Race - India
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    2014 Rule Changes (Technical Regulations):

    1. The 2014 season will see the introduction of a new engine formula, with the return of turbocharged engines for the first time since 1988. The new engines will be a 1.6 litre V6 format with an 8-speed semi automatic gearbox. The rules dictate the use of a ninety-degree engine bank, with fixed crankshaft axis and mounting points for the chassis, while the engines will be limited to 15,000rpm. Individual engine units under the 2014 specifications must last for at least 4,000 km (2,500 mi) before being replaced, in comparison to the pre-2014 engines, which were required to last for just 2,000 km (1,200 mi).

    2. The Kinetic Energy Recovery System (known from 2009 to 2013 as KERS, and renamed from 2014 as ERS-K) Will be incorporated into the design of the engine and its usage increased; its function as a supplementary power source will be taken by the introduction of the heat-based Energy Recovery System (ERS). The ERS unit captures waste heat as it is dispelled from the exhaust turbocharger, using an electrical device known as a Heat Motor Generator Unit. This waste heat is stored as an electrical charge until it is utilised by a complementary system called the Kinetic Motor Generator Unit. This device is connected directly to the drive train to deliver the additional power in the most direct and efficient way. In combination with the ERS-K it will give drivers an additional 161 bhp (120 kW) for thirty-three seconds per lap, compared to the KERS units used prior to 2014, which gave drivers 80 bhp (60 kW) for six seconds per lap

    3. Teams will be able to use electronic braking devices to managing the braking of the rear wheels as the increased power output of the ERS-K units will make regulating the brake bias much harder than previously.

    4. The 2014 regulations require the use of lower noses than in previous years, in the interests of safety. The tip of the nose will have to be no more than 185mm above the ground, in comparison to the 550mm allowed in 2012. These regulations were amended in June 2013 so as to completely outlaw the use of the "stepped noses" used in 2012 and 2013, thereby forcing teams to design a car with a genuinely lower nose rather than using the temporary solution.

    5. In order to promote fuel efficiency, fuel will be flow restricted to 100 kg/h above 10,500rpm; below 10,500rpm a formula for the maximum flow must be applied based on the rpm in use.

    6. The position of the exhaust outlet will change so that it is now angled upwards toward the rear wing instead of downwards to face the rear diffuser so as to make the practice of using exhaust blown diffusers—passing exhaust gasses over the rear diffuser to improve the car's downforce—extremely difficult to achieve

    7. The minimum weight of the cars will increase from 642 kg (1,415 lb) to 690 kg (1,520 lb)

    8. The use of false camera mountings will be banned. Teams had previously exploited a loophole in the regulations that allowed them to add additional pieces of bodywork to the car in the place of camera mountings and take advantage of the aerodynamic benefits. From 2014, this loophole will be closed, with the regulations rewritten to only allow camera mountings to be used for cameras
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    2014 Rule Changes (Sporting Regulations):

    1. In order to facilitate the introduction of the engine regulations, the FIA proposed rewriting the sporting regulations with regard to winter testing. Under the proposal, winter testing will be brought forward to January to allow for an additional test if it is deemed necessary, with testing venues relocated away from southern Spain to the Middle East—with the Losail circuit in Qatar and the Sakhir circuit in Bahrain being put forward as candidate venues—to minimise the chances of rain interrupting testing.

    2. The Young Driver Tests, held to allow teams to evaluate potential drivers, will be abandoned in favor of a return of mid-season testing. Four European venues will each host a two-day test in the week following the Grand Prix held at the circuit.

    3. On 28 June 2013, the teams agreed upon the introduction of a "penalty points" system for driving offences.Under the system, driving offences would carry a pre-determined points value based on their severity that would be tallied up over the course of a season, with a driver receiving a race ban after accumulating twelve penalty points. Any driver who received a race ban would also receive an additional five penalty points upon their return, as a form of probation to discourage further driving offences.

    4. Following a series of high-profile incidents involving tyres throughout the 2013 season that culminated in a string of explosive blow-outs at the British Grand Prix, the FIA passed a resolution granting them the power to change the specifications of the tyres used by competitors with immediate effect should the need arise.

    5. The pit lane speed limit will be reduced from 100 kilometres per hour (62 mph) to 80 kilometres per hour (50 mph).

    6. The first Free Practice session of the race weekend will be extended by thirty minutes to be two hours in length, with the teams encouraged to field rookie drivers during this time as an alternative to the Young Driver Tests. Teams will also receive an additional set of tyres for the first practice session at each Grand Prix. The extra set of tyres will only be available for the first thirty minutes of the session, to encourage more running during free practice
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Calendar Changes:

    1. The Grand Prix of America is scheduled to join the calendar, with the race to be hosted at the Port Imperial Street Circuit in New Jersey. The race was originally intended to join the calendar for the 2013 season, but was rescheduled after event organisers fell behind in construction and faced delays in obtaining the necessary permits for the race to take place.

    2. Red Bull have reached an agreement with Bernie Ecclestone to revive the Grand Prix of Austria after a ten-year absence from the calendar. The race, to be held at the Red Bull Ring, was given a provisional date of June 2014. The Grand Prix of Austria was last held at the circuit in 2003, when it was known as the A1-Ring.

    3. The Grand Prix of Bahrain will be held as a twilight event under lights, similar to the Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi. The decision to hold the race under lights was taken as a means of marking the tenth anniversary of the race. It Will be also the 900th Formula One Grand Prix.

    4. The Hockenheimring is scheduled to return to the calendar to host the Grand Prix of Germany, in keeping with the event-sharing agreement first established in 2008 with the Nürburgring for the two circuits to host the Grand Prix in alternating years. The Hockenheimring last hosted a Formula One Grand Prix in 2012.

    5. The Grand Prix of India will not be held in 2014 after organisers sought to have the event brought forward from its October date to April, but expressed concerns about running two races together in quick succession. The race promoters came to an agreement with Bernie Ecclestone whereby the race will not be held in 2014 and will instead return to the calendar in 2015 with an early-season date.

    6. The Grand Prix of Korea will be brought forward from its October date to April to become the fifth round of the championship, coinciding with the Grands Prix of Bahrain and China for logistical reasons.

    7. The Grand Prix of Mexico will return to the calendar after a twenty-two year absence, with the race to be run at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit in Mexico City. The race was partnered with the Grand Prix of the United States and given a November date. Its inclusion on the calendar came with the condition that work on the circuit be completed in time for the race.

    8. The calendar will see the addition of the Grand Prix of Russia with the race to be held at the Sochi International Street Circuit during the second half of the season. The race will take place on a street circuit to be constructed around the Sochi Olympic Park. It will be the first Russian Grand Prix in a century, and the first time the country has ever hosted a round of the Formula One World Championship. The International Olympic Committee has cautioned that it will use its power to delay the race until 2015 if it feels that construction of the circuit and facilities disrupt preparations for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.

    9. In March 2012 it was announced by the sport's promoter Bernie Ecclestone that agreement had been reached for the Grand Prix of Spain to alternate from 2013 between its existing home at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya and the Valencia Street Circuit, previously home to the European Grand Prix, staged there between 2008 and 2012. With Barcelona having staged the 2013 event this arrangement would have seen the 2014 race hosted in Valencia. However, the provisional calendar widely reported as having been circulated to teams before the 2013 Grand Prix of Italy includes Barcelona as host, throwing this agreement into doubt.
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    2014 Race Drivers:

    1. Caterham - TBA, TBA
    2. Ferrari - Fernando Alonso, Kimi Raikkonen
    3. Force India - TBA, TBA
    4. Lotus - Romain Grosjean, Pastor Maldonado
    5. Marussia - Jules Bianchi, TBA
    6. McLaren - Jenson Button, Kevin Magnussen
    7. Mercedes - Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg
    9. Red Bull - Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo
    10. Sauber - Sergey Sirotkin, TBA
    11. Toro Rosso - Daniil Kvyat, Jean-?ric Vergne
    12. Williams - Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Massa
  • black_spectreblack_spectre PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    More races next season, good. I’m surprised the India GP was scratched off. I was expecting Korea to be removed due to poor attendance.

    I hope those rule changes can make F1 more exciting. Nothing against Vettel, but it would be nice if the championship came down to the final race like in MotoGP.
  • CaptainCharismaCaptainCharisma Moderator PEx Moderator
    I just wish that next season will be competitive and exciting, then I'll really go to the Japanese GP come October
  • black_spectreblack_spectre PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Nico Hulkenberg returns to Force India

    The Formula One driver merry-go-round continues apace with the news that Nico Hulkenberg is back at Force India after spending just a solitary season at Sauber.

    The German has signed a "multi-year deal" with his former marque, having spent 2011 and 2012 with the Indian-owned outfit.

    Hulkenberg finished tenth in the 2013 drivers' championship for Sauber, higher than both Force India's racers Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil, who are yet to settle their futures for next season.

    Also currently without a seat are Sergio Perez, who was released by McLaren, Hulkenberg's former Sauber teammate Esteban Gutierrez, Marussia's British driver Max Chilton and Caterham pairing Charles Pic and Giedo Van Der Garde.

    "The team is aiming high for next year and I believe that the experience I have gained over the years will help us achieve those goals. I genuinely believe we can have a competitive package in 2014.

    "I've heard a lot of positive things about the Mercedes engine as well, so I think there is a lot to be excited about for next year.

    "I know this team and I can see their determination; it's a great bunch of people and we all share the same hunger for success."

    Force India said they would make an announcement on their other driver in due course, with Di Resta and Sutil both sweating on their futures.

    Part of the issue is a change in the way drivers are funded, with many expected to find financial backing in order to contribute towards their own drives during the season.

    A major rule change looms large in 2014 and that means the 11 teams are having their resources stretched, with the new turbo engines alone estimated to be three times more expensive than the ones being phased out.

    Force India team principal Dr Vijay Mallya said he was delighted to have Hulkenberg back in his ranks.

    "When he drove for us in 2012, it became clear Nico was an exceptional talent and he has continued to impress everyone in the paddock with his strong performances this season," he said.

    "Having Nico in our line-up is a real statement of intent and a huge boost for everyone associated with the team.

    "We have high hopes and expectations for 2014 and by signing Nico we have put ourselves in the best position to achieve those objectives and enjoy what could be our most competitive season yet."
  • black_spectreblack_spectre PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    F1: Bernie Ecclestone reveals Ferrari has veto over his successor

    Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Italian motor marque Ferrari has a veto over who will succeed him as the boss of Formula One.

    The British billionaire has managed F1's commercial rights since 1978 but there has recently been speculation over who could replace him as chief executive.

    Ecclestone turned 83 this year and is defending lawsuits on both sides of the Atlantic surrounding the sale of F1 to private equity firm CVC in 2006.
    Speaking before the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix in November, Ecclestone told reporters for the first time who he would like to take over the reins.
    Ferrari's secret: make fewer cars Only fastest will be team number one

    He said his "ideal" successor would be Christian Horner, team principal of the Red Bull Racing team which has won the F1 championship for the past four years.

    "It needs someone who knows the sport. If someone comes in from outside, a corporate type, I don't think I could work with them. It wouldn't last five minutes," said Ecclestone.

    In a statement on Red Bull's official website on November 22, Horner said while he was flattered by Ecclestone's comments, he is "fully focused" on his role as team boss and has a long-term contract with the world champion team.

    Ecclestone has since explained to CNN how Horner's name was linked with F1's top job, saying: "Somebody said to me, 'What happens when you go, what's going to happen?'

    "Christian walked past and I said: 'What about him? He is a good guy.'

    "Firstly CVC would never agree and secondly Ferrari would have a say," added Ecclestone.

    Ecclestone revealed that Ferrari needs to give consent to his successor, a detail that is written in the prospectus for the stalled flotation of F1 on the Singapore stock exchange.

    The prospectus states: "We must obtain the written consent of Ferrari prior to the appointment of any person as our chief executive officer if, within the past five years, he or she has held a senior executive office or an ownership interest of 5% or more in any Team or automobile manufacturer which either owns more than a 5% interest in a Team or is a supplier of engines to a Team."

    Ferrari's president Luca di Montezemolo also sits on F1's nomination committee, whose responsibility is to "review and recommend candidates for appointments to the Board ..." according to the prospectus.
    Di Montezemolo recently commented on Italy's RAI television about Ecclestone's anointment of Horner as his successor.

    The Italian commented: "Ecclestone sees Horner as his successor? As the years go by, he more and more enjoys making jokes and I'm happy he still has the desire to do so."

    A Ferrari spokesperson declined to give additional comment and told CNN: "It is premature at the moment to discuss this topic further."
    Ferrari is the only team which has competed in F1 every year since the championship was launched in 1950. Damon Hill, who won the F1 title for the Williams team in 1996, says he believes that Ferrari's power is down to its longevity.

    "Ferrari has always been an exception in this sport and there may be good reason for that," Hill told CNN.
    "Personally, I don't see how you can have a free sport where one competitor has got a special status but there seems to be some sound marketing reason. Teams that have had longer commitment to the sport have got a greater say in the sport and that is fair enough.

    "That is the power Ferrari has always had over the sport."

    As F1's controlling shareholder, CVC would also be closely involved with choosing Ecclestone's successor.
    Only 313 staff are employed by the F1 Group, the Jersey-based company which runs the sport. The company has only 10 members of senior management, with no chief operating officer or deputy for Ecclestone.

    David Campbell, the former European chief executive of entertainment group AEG, was said to be a successor for Ecclestone but left F1 just over a year after he was hired to run its corporate hospitality division in 2011.

    Others who have been tipped to take over from Ecclestone include Justin King, who runs British supermarket chain Sainsbury's, and Sir Stuart Rose, the former chief executive of its rival Marks & Spencer.

    But despite his advancing age and ongoing legal troubles, Ecclestone says he has no intention of giving up the wheel, and told CNN: "I'm not going anywhere."
  • black_spectreblack_spectre PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea axed from Formula One calendar

    The 2014 Formula One calendar has been revealed -- and there's no space for New Jersey, Mexico or South Korea.
    All three Grands Prix have been axed despite being listed on the provisional calendar in September.

    It is the second time that the New Jersey race has been postponed, while Mexico is expected to host its first race since 1992 in two years time.

    The new set up will see the return of F1 in Austria for the first time in 12 years, while Russia will welcome the sport's top stars to Sochi in October.
    The 2014 season starts in Melbourne, Australia on 16 March and ends in Abu Dhabi on 23 November.

    Celebrations at the Red Bull F1 Factory Vettel's dominance could bore F1 fans
    New Jersey has encountered financial and logistical problems since it was proposed in 2012 but race organizer Leo Hindery is confident it will go ahead.

    "Our entire management team and our supporters in New Jersey, New York and throughout the Formula One community obviously want to see the inaugural Grand Prix of America at Port Imperial take place as soon as possible," Hindery said in a statement.

    "Bringing a world-class race to the world's largest media market is a huge undertaking that has required balancing construction of our road course, without tapping any public money, with the Sport's own timing demands."

    The race is set to run on a 5.15 kilometer temporary street circuit along the Hudson River, with the New York City skyline as the backdrop.

    It is an event which F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone is keen to witness.

    "There is great demand for a race in New Jersey and I have no doubt we'll be racing at Port Imperial in 2015," he said in a statement Wednesday.

    "New races can take many years to get started, but there is significant momentum and we are close to realizing a New York City F1 race."

    The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City requires refurbishing before it is ready to host a race in 2015.

    South Korea, which has welcomed F1 for the past four years, has struggled financially and has lost out this time around.
  • black_spectreblack_spectre PEx Veteran ⭐⭐
    Formula 1 - Vettel officially crowned by FIA


    His Red Bull team also picked up constructors' championship honours for the fourth season in a row.

    "When I think of the times I've experienced with the team over the last few years, it's incredible," said Vettel.

    "It's a pleasure to jump in the car each weekend and to try and give it all I have. I'm pushing very hard along with the team and what makes us strong is that we love what we do and we're passionate about racing.

    "This year was not an easy season, but to overcome that and give the answer on the track makes me very proud. I don't have words to describe how incredible it is to retain the drivers' championship for another year."

    Team boss Christian Horner said Vettel and Red Bull's run of success had taken them all aback.

    "When we won the championship for the first time, the pressure was to defend it," said Horner.

    "We defended it and then retained it. Having achieved the triple, you think it doesn't get any better than that and the likelihood of doing a quadruple double just seemed statistically unlikely, if nothing else.

    "But the passion, the determination and the dedication within the whole team, along with the way that Sebastian and Mark delivered this year, has been absolutely phenomenal."

    "When I think of the times I've experienced with the team over the last few years, it’s incredible," said Vettel, who becomes just the fourth driver in Formula One history to claim four world championship titles.

    "It's a pleasure to jump in the car each weekend and to try and give it all I have. I’m pushing very hard along with the team and what makes us strong is that we love what we do and we’re passionate about racing.

    "This year was not an easy season, but to overcome that and give the answer on the track makes me very proud. I don’t have words to describe how incredible it is to retain the Drivers’ Championship for another year, I would like to say a huge thank you to the team and everyone who supported me."
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Formula 1 season finale to be worth double points from 2014

    Formula 1 will award double points for its final round from the 2014 season in an effort to keep championship battles open longer.

    The move was agreed by the F1 Strategy Group and the Formula One Commission at a meeting in Paris on Monday.

    It will automatically become part of the regulations as the FIA World Motor Sport Council agreed last week to give the Strategy Group and Commission a mandate to agree rule changes on this occasion.

    An FIA statement said that the change had been agreed "in order to maximise focus on the championship until the end of the campaign".

    It applies to both the drivers' and constructors' championships, and means that the winner of the final grand prix next year will get 50 points, with 36 for second place and so on through the top 10.

    Had that system been in place in recent years, it would have changed the outcome of both the 2012 and '08 title fights.

    Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton won those crowns respectively by claiming sufficient minor points to stay ahead of rivals Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa.

    But under the new system, Alonso's second place at Interlagos last year would have given him enough points to leapfrog Vettel, while Massa's 2008 Brazilian GP victory would have denied Hamilton the championship on that occasion.
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    2014 Melbourne Qualifying Results:

    1. Hamilton
    2. Ricciardo
    3. Rosberg
    4. Magnussen
    5. Alonso
    6. Vergne
    7. Hulkenberg
    8. Kvyat
    9. Massa
    10. Bottas
    11. Button
    12. Raikkonen
    13. Vettel
    14. Sutil
    15. Kobayashi
    16. Perez
    17. Chilton
    18. Bianchi
    19. Gutierrez
    20. Ericsson
    21. Grosjean
    22. Maldonaldo
  • CaptainCharismaCaptainCharisma Moderator PEx Moderator
    hoping for a great season!
  • angel_thegame11angel_thegame11 PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    Race Results:

    1. Rosberg
    2. Riccardio
    3. Magnussen
    4. Button
    5. Alonso
    6. Bottas
    7. Hulkenburg
    8. Vergne
    9. Raikkonen
    10. Kvyat
    11. Perez
    12. Sutil
    13. Gutierrez
    14. Chilton
    15. Grosjean
    16. Bianchi (Ret.)
    17. Maldonaldo (Ret.)
    18. Ericsson (Ret.)
    19. Vettel (Ret.)
    20. Hamilton (Ret.)
    21. Massa (Ret.)
    22. Kobayashi (Ret.)

    Lakas ng Mercedes mukhang sila ata papalit sa red bull, great drive kina Rosberg, Ricciardo, Magussen, Button At Bottas.

    Mclaren Are Back Nice :)
  • CaptainCharismaCaptainCharisma Moderator PEx Moderator
    dafuq is this engine? too quiet, the screaming engine is sorely missed, you could hear the crowd now :lol: this is not what I want to hear (or not hear) when I go to Suzuka :mecry:

    nice to see young guns in the podium, great debut for Magnussen, happy for Jenson too, emotional race for him, he got lucky with that safety car

    mukhang may potential din Williams this season

    I'll be more active following this season since I also started my F1 collection, my interest has been heightened once more

    Kobayashi parang ewan lang :lol:
  • CaptainCharismaCaptainCharisma Moderator PEx Moderator

    ICYMI: Ricciardo disqualified, Red Bull back to zero
  • Tigas kasi ulo ng Red Bull. Yan tuloy napala
  • CaptainCharismaCaptainCharisma Moderator PEx Moderator
    Mercedes 1-2, first one since the 50's, they're bloody quick this season as Bieber said
  • Why there's no honda, toyota, bmw, or chevrolet in F1?
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