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Formula One - The 2023 Season

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voodoo ray:

--- Quote from: b_joseph on June  5, 2023, 10:58:28 am ---Spain, COTA, Brasil, Saudi, Bahrain, France, Silverstone ( the sprint at least )...thats quite a lot. Doesnt include the dramatics of Monza.

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fair enough. might be because unless someone had much fresher tyres or something I never felt like an actual overtake was all that likely that season up front. they just drove around a few car lengths behind each other while croft got all excited saying thing like "now is X close enough to make a move?.............no he's not"

Graeme:
Montreal always one of my favourite races. Really hope itís not at risk of cancellation this weekend

voodoo ray:

--- Quote from: Graeme on June  8, 2023, 06:25:41 pm ---Montreal always one of my favourite races. Really hope itís not at risk of cancellation this weekend

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it won't be cancelled this weekend because it's not on this weekend.  ;)

I saw something earlier saying they were expecting it to go ahead as normal.

On Axis:
24 hours of Le Mans starts in about 20 minutes for anyone wanting some racing (or if you're looking to avoid the CL final). The hypercar class should be compelling with Ferrari on pole; Toyota and Porsche will be chasing them down.

NASCAR also has an entry in Garage 56 with Jenson Button, Jimmie Johnson, and Mike Rockenfeller driving

voodoo ray:
I only very loosely follow the wec but I do always watch le mans (not all 24 hours of it though obviously)

this is the most interesting in years because it's not just a forgone conclusion that toyota will win.

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