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Martin Brundle
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Once again we'll be watching how far Lewis Hamilton can get through the F1 pack.His luck is appalling but they hand the points out on Sunday
Great news that F1 is heading back to Mexico. Always enjoyed that track in both F1 cars and Sportscars although never had much luck there
Sky F1's @MBrundleF1 reviews the riveting action-packed German GP and considers how to improve refereeing in F1... bit.ly/1nf2uH3
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@MBrundleF1 hopefully lenient stewards will eventually result in less drivers feeling the need to jump onto team radio in hope of a penalty
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We also had a small drink with Valtteri Bottas. What a quality guy. As humble, mature and polite as he is fast.
Dinner with Charlie Whiting. As ever, much more to track limits + safety cars than first meets the eye. Will try to get more info in future
There's no doubt that with the Stewards being allowed to back off on penalties the drivers are getting more aggressive. :))
Also just been told that both Mercedes have changed brakes
Niki Lauda just told me they haven't made a decision whether to start in pitlane or from P20 yet. Guess they're keeping weather options open
Hearing that because different brakes are same size/weight Hamilton can change them and start 20th on GRID (with gearbox change penalty)
Lewis Hamilton seemed pretty resigned to a pit lane start when he spoke to us after qualifying. Going to be a long race for him. #GermanGP
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Well sorted Hockenheim marshals having a great German sporting week. In far distance is Kobayashi's burning Caterham pic.twitter.com/4HIlJpumrO
Great view and launch pad for this Hockenheim medical car. Thunderbirds are 'Go' pic.twitter.com/QQ6HvFluW3
@sim0n75 do you remember what was so funny? pic.twitter.com/JkWfsbGLCN” // Pretty sure we were laughing about the combined age of the podium...
The drivers and car set up will soon compensate but we may see more errors in qualifying and particularly in the race with worn tyres
Losing FRIC suspension means they must run the front of the F1 cars higher/stiffer. We are seeing lots of cars running wide in slow corners
Just discussing power of Twitter and F1 life with Herbie Blash and Charlie Whiting over dinner. Show them the power! pic.twitter.com/iXXlZ8s5Mo
@Nimrod424: any chance to see what the old track looks like today? // Most of old track re-forested but you'll see some on SkyF1 qualy show
The relocated Jim Clark memorial. One of the all time greatest drivers perished here in an F2 car on 7 April 1968 pic.twitter.com/ywbwabjtNE
Smart for Merc to extend Rosberg's contract. He's good +quick and nuclear fallout between team mates manageable, unlike HAM with VET or ALO
@MBrundleF1 It's just like active susp, mass dampers, double diffusers, F-duct and blown diffusers. We'll forget they existed in a few weeks
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