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First car designs for the 2015 season are starting to come out.


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Force India
 

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Hopefully a little more competitive than last season - as good as the Mercedes battle was.

Really hope Williams can maintain there form from last season as I really liked Bottas and he is definitely destined for better things.

Tempted to book and go out to Spa for the GP too - done Silverstone a few times but really want to go to Belgium for the race as it is usually a cracker.
 
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Interesting from an engineering point of view the big difference on the noses of those two cars.
 

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Will be interesting to see how the Mclaren gets along at the first test and hopefully see Williams and Red Bull close the gap to the Mercs.
 

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Struggling to get excited for this season considering how wank the Mclaren car is, and how far ahead Mercedes are yet again.
 

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Yeah, McLaren's are really disappointing.

Also the whole farce surrounding Sauber. Very disappointed that Jolyon Palmer didn't get a ride in the off-season as well.
 

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Seemingly no German GP this season either, Nurburgring pulled out and Hockenheim isn't willing to do it two years on the bounce because of the loss they'd make. Such a shame losing these races, they reckon Monza will be gone next year as well. Not about tradition anymore, all about £££, but we all knew that anyway sadly.
 

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Shame all the proper race tracks are gone and being replaced by corporate hubs in the middle of nowhere because of the £££ - Silverstone, Spa and Monza are the best races on the calender yet the ones now under threat if rumours are to be believed
 

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Great drive by Vettel to bring that home. Certainly wasn't expecting that.
 
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I managed to see second half of Malaysian GP and faith restored a little in F1, Brilliant drive by Vettel in the Ferrari !

Mercedes certainly cocked Hamilton up with Tyre strategy but oh well great to see a different team on top of podium :)
 
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Ferrari is back!!!!! Fuck yeah. Vettel having a dream run with Ferrari. Good to see him back after a bad phase.

Was tired of seeing Hamilton win every race. Good change, actually great change since I'm a Ferrari fan.
 

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Not a big change but it's is giving me hope that the Mercs may be challenged and we'll have two teams battling up front.
 

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Exactly. He had no qualms trying to overtake him in Budapest last year when he could have avoided contact but popped his tyre.

Petulant wanker.
 
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Brilliant press conference after race, Hamilton & Vettel trying hard not to laugh with Rosberg sulking like a baby haha

If Hamilton was so slow and holding you up Rosberg then why not make a move to overtake, Rosberg & Red Bull would be a dream combination at moment !
 

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