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GH, @caughtatpoint17, @SamThatcher1 & @Alex_Booth_93 reviewed all of yesterday's #F1 #BritishGP action for the Chronicle. Full audio and video podcasts are available now on @F1Chronicle's site: https://t.co/dfTD4ka9Ql
This recording was incredibly fun and very entertaining. We had lots of laughs yesterday. Unlike those whose wheels got busted in the dying stages of the British GP :) https://t.co/px4v6fp8fs
Did anyone notice that it's not the first time that we encountered massive tire-ware at the closing stages of the #SilverstoneGP ? 2017- the two Ferraris of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel during the closing stages were hurt by a similar fate; though Kimi did well to finish 3
We reserve all the love for those who drive the fastest and are at the front-end! Not an awful lot is reserved for the mid-field! But in 2020, despite fielding an okay-okay Renault, #DanielRicciardo is fighting hard for his team! Few thoughts on him! https://t.co/gJXFF17oTR
Honestly, if the other cars don’t up their game then there would absolutely no fun left in #F1 There’s no other way I can put it. No words minced. With all the respect to #LH44 and #Mercedes their domination is making the sport horrendously boring and one-sided. Nothing left.
https://t.co/46SyrknA7M Why the #BritishGP is a particularly imp race for @alfaromeoracing 's @Anto_Giovinazzi Wishing the young fabulous driver all the best for Quali and the main race! #AntonioGiovinazzi #AlfaRomeo #F1 #Silverstone #Kimi7