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Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

And you do realise that if Rosberg retires and Hamilton wins Hamilton will have a bigger lead than Rosberg currently has.  

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Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

Spa is enough to keep up the expectation for me. The points are pretty close already.

I guess. I just want the points to close up as a Hamilton fan  :p

Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

And you do realise that if Rosberg retires and Hamilton wins Hamilton will have a bigger lead than Rosberg currently has.  

Really? Okay I may take that back if thats the case. Although Rosbergs advantage would go to around 20 points if Rosberg wins and Hamilton is 2nd however if my quick maths are correct. 

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Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

And you do realise that if Rosberg retires and Hamilton wins Hamilton will have a bigger lead than Rosberg currently has.  

Errrm, no. Just no.

Currently it's Rosberg 14 pts ahead

With your scenario, HAM would be 11 pts ahead.

Simple maths ftw. ;)

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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.

@fIsince08 Your source is pretty useless eh?

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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.

@fIsince08 Your source is pretty useless eh?

Has the race started yet? ;) 

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fIsince08 said:

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.

@fIsince08 Your source is pretty useless eh?

Has the race started yet? ;) 


Its Thursday, so the race weekend has started ;)
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If Red Bull get their strategy spot on, they could go well here. If they don't, it will be terrible. Especially with a shortened DRS zone this year as well. Logic from the FIA to make the second hardest place to overtake on the calendar even harder. 

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fIsince08 said:

If Hamilton ever wins the Hungarian Grand Prix again, he will become the sing most successful driver at the circuit.

Everytime Lewis has won the Hungarian GP, Kimi finished in 2nd. I can't see Kimi finishing 2nd even if 20 out of the 22 cars will fail to finish, so no Hammy-win this time around. :(


You heard it here first.

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Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

And you do realise that if Rosberg retires and Hamilton wins Hamilton will have a bigger lead than Rosberg currently has.  

Errrm, no. Just no.

Currently it's Rosberg 14 pts ahead

With your scenario, HAM would be 11 pts ahead.

Simple maths ftw. ;)

Sorry , I didn't check the table. I had it in my head that Rosberg was 11 points ahead and that would mean Hamilton would be 14 points ahead. (The other way around). But if you're so fixated on closing up the points , then wouldn't it make more sense for Rosberg to come second and Hamilton to win ? So 4 points of a difference. Simple maths ftw .  ;)

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Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

And you do realise that if Rosberg retires and Hamilton wins Hamilton will have a bigger lead than Rosberg currently has.  

Errrm, no. Just no.

Currently it's Rosberg 14 pts ahead

With your scenario, HAM would be 11 pts ahead.

Simple maths ftw. ;)

Sorry , I didn't check the table. I had it in my head that Rosberg was 11 points ahead and that would mean Hamilton would be 14 points ahead. (The other way around). But if you're so fixated on closing up the points , then wouldn't it make more sense for Rosberg to come second and Hamilton to win ? So 4 points of a difference. Simple maths ftw .  ;)

I wasn't fixated on closing up the points. I just corrected your claim about the gap. Which I have to do again, because if Rosberg finishes 2nd and Lewis finishes 1st, the gap will be 7 points, not 4 points.

Simple maths ftw x2. ;)

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Liam12d said:

Rosberg to retire. We need the points gap to become more or less even going into the summer break to keep the excitement/hype going for at least a solid month. 

And you do realise that if Rosberg retires and Hamilton wins Hamilton will have a bigger lead than Rosberg currently has.  

Errrm, no. Just no.

Currently it's Rosberg 14 pts ahead

With your scenario, HAM would be 11 pts ahead.

Simple maths ftw. ;)

Sorry , I didn't check the table. I had it in my head that Rosberg was 11 points ahead and that would mean Hamilton would be 14 points ahead. (The other way around). But if you're so fixated on closing up the points , then wouldn't it make more sense for Rosberg to come second and Hamilton to win ? So 4 points of a difference. Simple maths ftw .  ;)

I wasn't fixated on closing up the points. I just corrected your claim about the gap. Which I have to do again, because if Rosberg finishes 2nd and Lewis finishes 1st, the gap will be 7 points, not 4 points.

Simple maths ftw x2. ;)

Isn't the gap 11 points though ? You just confused me. The gap is 14 points. WHY DO I THINKS IT'S 11 ? :#

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If you're looking for a bit of drama, why not have Hamilton win and Rosberg finish 4th? That way Rosberg would be leading by one point going into the summer break.

Also, it would allow the streak of Raikkonen finishing second everytime Hamilton wins in Hungary to continue.

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For Christs sake. Hamiltons luck atm is just a joke.

ATM? Gotta be kidding me.

Things can change. Obviously Rosberg has likely just been handed the WDC, but with how many races are left and the Abu Double there's still a chance for Hamilton.

It's massively frustrating how things just keep going wrong for him. It's as if he's still driving the 2012 McLaren.

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