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  • meyerweb
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    Originally posted by Maxster View Post

    You need to watch Senna driving a Toleman in Monaco 1984 and perhaps reconsider your statement
    I seriously doubt he would have won many championships with Toleman. Yes, he (and Shumacher) would have gotten more out of those cars than most drivers, but he would still have been limited by the car.

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  • Maxster
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    Originally posted by meyerweb View Post

    Of course not. But neither would have Schumacher, or Senna. But the best drivers tend to end up in the best teams.
    You need to watch Senna driving a Toleman in Monaco 1984 and perhaps reconsider your statement

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  • Swift93
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    Originally posted by meyerweb View Post

    Of course not. But neither would have Schumacher, or Senna. But the best drivers tend to end up in the best teams.

    The one thing you have to give Schumacher, though, is that he went to underperforming teams and turned them into winners, both with his driving and his car development skills. Hamilton went to teams at the top of their game.
    Wasn't Schumacher the first to take physical fitness for drivers very seriously, too?

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  • meyerweb
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    Originally posted by Plasboy View Post

    Fan or not I really wonder how much is driver and how much is car. Would he be racking up wins in Sauber or Haas.
    Of course not. But neither would have Schumacher, or Senna. But the best drivers tend to end up in the best teams.

    The one thing you have to give Schumacher, though, is that he went to underperforming teams and turned them into winners, both with his driving and his car development skills. Hamilton went to teams at the top of their game.

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  • Swift93
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    We were at Petronas Twin Towers yesterday in Kuala Lumpur and snapped this picture in the lobby.Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_1784.jpeg Views:	0 Size:	2.61 MB ID:	88550

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  • Plasboy
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    Originally posted by LSECO View Post
    I can't help but be a Hamilton fan. He is building up an unbeatable/fantastic amount of win wins !
    Fan or not I really wonder how much is driver and how much is car. Would he be racking up wins in Sauber or Haas.

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  • LSECO
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    I can't help but be a Hamilton fan. He is building up an unbeatable/fantastic amount of win wins !
    Last edited by LSECO; 11-07-2019, 02:06 PM.

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  • bobbytinvab
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    I like the look of the new cars, although not a Hamilton fan, agree with him about bringing back V10s or 12s. I know, not gonna happen .. Sigh

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  • LSECO
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    There are google images of the 2021 F1 car out there. Just beautiful.
    Last edited by LSECO; 11-02-2019, 09:00 AM. Reason: Spell check - beautiful

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  • John
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    Really good fine Plasboy. Thank you very much. Before I clicked on it to read it, I wonder if it was racing gobbledygook, or easily understood. Thankfully it is very much that latter.

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  • meyerweb
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    Sure hope these bring about the desired result of closer racing.

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  • Plasboy
    started a topic New F1 changes summary

    New F1 changes summary

    https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/a...K1B4rJwTk.html

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