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FORMULA 1 GROSSER PREIS SANTANDER VON DEUTSCHLAND 2014

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Two things from my source:
One: Sutil will more than likely break the record of most races without a podium this weekend. The record is 119 held by him and Pierluigi Martini, but he could break that this weekend.

Two: This will be Kobayashi's last race for Caterham.

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EdMa said:

You have a source? Is he an ITK? Is he Indykaila? 

1) Yes but he isn't an exclusive :p 

2) He does appear to be, yes

3) No.

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fIsince08 said:
Two things from my source:
One: Sutil will more than likely break the record of most races without a podium this weekend. The record is 119 held by him and Pierluigi Martini, but he could break that this weekend.

Two: This will be Kobayashi's last race for Caterham.

Nope. Sauber 1-2 on Sunday. Bet £1000 pounds on it.

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One would've though Rosberg was the one under pressure.

Edit: Well, in fairness, that did look an issue with the rear brakes.

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Lewis hasn't failed to get through to Q3 since Malaysia 2010? That's mighty impressive.

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Lewis is just not meant to win this years WDC. Shame, but nothing to be done about that. At least it's nice to see him win 5 races this season, and especially his home race two weeks ago. Lot of positives to be taken from this season so far.

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VetteIfan said:
yugin96 said:

Lewis hasn't failed to get through to Q3 since Malaysia 2010? That's mighty impressive.

Italy last year?

Ah, well. Blame the Sky commentators.

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yugin96 said:
VetteIfan said:
yugin96 said:

Lewis hasn't failed to get through to Q3 since Malaysia 2010? That's mighty impressive.

Italy last year?

Ah, well. Blame the Sky commentators.

What they meant was, this was the first time where there was not a British driver in Q3 since Malaysia 2010

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It looks like Hamilton will be switching from Brembo to Carbone Industrie brake discs for the race tomorrow, on the grounds of safety. This is bad news for Hamilton on two levels. Not only will he have to start from the pit lane due to a specification part being changed, but being a heavy braker Hamilton is especially sensitive to the brakes being to his liking, so he may have trouble adjusting to CI brakes straight out of the box for the race tomorrow. 

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Yeah. because they've been a serious threat to Mercedes in so many occasions... especially with one of the Mercedes starting from pole.... not.

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