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SoFP1

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Is Vettel going to retire?
I hope that he gets the Mercedes seat from Bottas.
That is still up in the air. I hope he joins Mercedes but it is unlikely.
 
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    SoFP1

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    2 races so far and 2 wins for Mercedes so far! The Hungarian GP seems to be going in the same direction with a Merc 1-2 in qualifications.

    Vettel, seems to be heading towards Racing Point in 2021 who seem to be the 2nd fastest car in their "Pink Mercedes".
     
    opium

    opium

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    Mercedes are destroying the show.
    And to make the situation worse the development is freezed, there is no chance for any competitor to clause the gap.
    Thinking that Kimi was the last champion for Ferrari gives you an idea on how incompetent they are.
     
    SoFP1

    SoFP1

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    Ferrari are the 4th fastest car right now. I expect them to stay the same or worse till end of 2021. Good thing Vettel is leaving and too bad for Carlos, he might be racing behind Mclaren next year, from the looks of it.
     
    opium

    opium

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    Ferrari are the 4th fastest car right now. I expect them to stay the same or worse till end of 2021. Good thing Vettel is leaving and too bad for Carlos, he might be racing behind Mclaren next year, from the looks of it.
    McLaren are the only team allowed to do some changes in the chassis and aero due to change of power unit from Renault to Mercedes. If they play it well they can even beat the Redbull.
     
    SoFP1

    SoFP1

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    McLaren are the only team allowed to do some changes in the chassis and aero due to change of power unit from Renault to Mercedes. If they play it well they can even beat the Redbull.
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    SoFP1

    SoFP1

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    2020 calendar so far:
    5 July - Austrian GP, Red Bull Ring
    12 July - Styrian GP, Red Bull Ring
    19 July - Hungarian GP, Hungaroring
    2 August - British GP, Silverstone
    9 August - 70th Anniversary GP, Silverstone
    16 August - Spanish GP, Barcelona
    30 August - Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps
    6 September - Italian GP, Monza
    13 September - Tuscan GP, Mugello
    27 September - Russian GP, Sochi
    11 October - Eifel GP, Nurburgring
    25 October - Portuguese GP, Algarve
    1 November - Emilia-Romagna GP, Imola

    F1 is also set to allow a limited number of fans in to the Portuguese Grand Prix. While the venue will not be filled to capacity, it is hoping that it can allow tens of thousands of spectators in.
     
    Danny Z

    Danny Z

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    2020 calendar so far:
    5 July - Austrian GP, Red Bull Ring
    12 July - Styrian GP, Red Bull Ring
    19 July - Hungarian GP, Hungaroring
    2 August - British GP, Silverstone
    9 August - 70th Anniversary GP, Silverstone
    16 August - Spanish GP, Barcelona
    30 August - Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps
    6 September - Italian GP, Monza
    13 September - Tuscan GP, Mugello
    27 September - Russian GP, Sochi
    11 October - Eifel GP, Nurburgring
    25 October - Portuguese GP, Algarve
    1 November - Emilia-Romagna GP, Imola

    F1 is also set to allow a limited number of fans in to the Portuguese Grand Prix. While the venue will not be filled to capacity, it is hoping that it can allow tens of thousands of spectators in.
    no Montreal, yay, no traffic, no roads closed, no roaring sounds that can be heard tens of kilometers away, no obnoxious people on Crescent street...
     
    SoFP1

    SoFP1

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    2020 calendar so far:
    5 July - Austrian GP, Red Bull Ring
    12 July - Styrian GP, Red Bull Ring
    19 July - Hungarian GP, Hungaroring
    2 August - British GP, Silverstone
    9 August - 70th Anniversary GP, Silverstone
    16 August - Spanish GP, Barcelona
    30 August - Belgian GP, Spa-Francorchamps
    6 September - Italian GP, Monza
    13 September - Tuscan GP, Mugello
    27 September - Russian GP, Sochi
    11 October - Eifel GP, Nurburgring
    25 October - Portuguese GP, Algarve
    1 November - Emilia-Romagna GP, Imola

    F1 is also set to allow a limited number of fans in to the Portuguese Grand Prix. While the venue will not be filled to capacity, it is hoping that it can allow tens of thousands of spectators in.
    No F1 in the Americas this year. No US, Mexico and Canada.
     
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