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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Iíve got from looking forward to every race to not caring much anymore.

    Only watched some of Sundays race due the the golf being dull also.

    Think Netflix is going to struggle with this season!

    Iíve went from a fairly avid viewer to hardly watching. Iím not sure Iíve even watched a whole race this season, and bar maybe 3 or 4 that Iíve watched little bits of, Iíve not even put them on.


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    Channel flicking while the cricket is off.

    What's the point of F1 with Verstappen miles in front again. Surely the dullest 'sport' ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveF View Post
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    Channel flicking while the cricket is off.

    What's the point of F1 with Verstappen miles in front again. Surely the dullest 'sport' ever.
    Not at all, still plenty going on during the race. Is football boring (in Scotland) because it's only celtc that will win anything?

    Anyway back to Verstappen. At the moment we are witnessing an exceptional driver in an exceptional car in a very good team backed up by very good factory.
    Space to let

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    Not at all, still plenty going on during the race. Is football boring (in Scotland) because it's only celtc that will win anything?

    Anyway back to Verstappen. At the moment we are witnessing an exceptional driver in an exceptional car in a very good team backed up by very good factory.
    Agree with that Jack. Its been a funny season. Max is totally pizzing it but some of the racing behind him has been exceptional.

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    Cracking qualifying session. Albon is such a good driver, I wish he hadnít stepped up to red bull so early.

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    At last a race to re-ignite the love for F1. All it took was for Red Bull to have a poor weekend.

    Fantastic race and a superb drive from Sainz
    Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, vodka in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming, "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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    Seems the top teams, other than Red Bull, designed their cars with the Singapore Grand Prix in mind. Red Bull (Adrian Newey) had all the other tracks in mind 😆
    Space to let

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    Top notch drive from Sainz, he's showing Le Clerc how it's done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroxburnHibee View Post
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    At last a race to re-ignite the love for F1. All it took was for Red Bull to have a poor weekend.

    Fantastic race and a superb drive from Sainz
    Agree was a cracking race and what a fab last couple of laps.

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    Bernie Ecclestone, the former boss of Formula One, has been given a suspended sentence after pleading guilty to fraud.

    The 92-year-old did not declare more than £400m held in a trust in Singapore when asked by tax authorities in 2015.

    Ecclestone has agreed in a civil settlement to repay almost £653m to HM Revenues and Customs, a court heard.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-67088503
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
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    Bernie Ecclestone, the former boss of Formula One, has been given a suspended sentence after pleading guilty to fraud.

    The 92-year-old did not declare more than £400m held in a trust in Singapore when asked by tax authorities in 2015.

    Ecclestone has agreed in a civil settlement to repay almost £653m to HM Revenues and Customs, a court heard.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-67088503
    Thatís how you get away with fraud then, just keep it within the £400m mark.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Thatís how you get away with fraud then, just keep it within the £400m mark.


    Donít be too harsh, easy to forget the odd 400 million that youíve stashed away, especially when being specifically asked about it


    Seen a few lawyers on Twitter this morning saying theyíve represented people who failed to declare a few hundred quid from a temporary christmas job and been handed 18 month sentences for it. Total joke, and once again showing that the system is bent when youíve got the dosh and/or connections

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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
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    Donít be too harsh, easy to forget the odd 400 million that youíve stashed away, especially when being specifically asked about it


    Seen a few lawyers on Twitter this morning saying theyíve represented people who failed to declare a few hundred quid from a temporary christmas job and been handed 18 month sentences for it. Total joke, and once again showing that the system is bent when youíve got the dosh and/or connections
    Hae ma doots

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    What a ****ing ****show in Las Vegas. Two cars damaged from manhole covers coming loose and FP1 stopped after seven minutes, FP2 looking in doubt. Tomorrow May see quali on a brand new track, not rubbered in, cold track. Locals unhappy about the disruption. Ticket prices slashed.

    The new owners of F1 have absolutely devastated the sport.


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    Looks some spectacle in Vegas. My manager was there last week though and itís obviously caused a lot of disruption.

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    Hamilton to Ferrari in 2025.


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    There a few rumours that it may be sooner.

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