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Expect big things from Leclerc. The way he drove in the last races makes me wonder what he could do with a better car. Lewis is clearly favourite again though.
 

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Ill go for a top 5 of

Lewis.

Max.

Vettel.

Le Clerc.

Bottas.
 

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Currently in UAE. Lots of smug blokes with Mercedes shirts on, can’t argue decent package and exceptional driver.

Next year for the red car and the Monégasque...
 

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2019 Season

March 17 Melbourne Australia
March 31 Sakhir Bahrain
April 14 Shanghai China
April 28 Baku Azerbaijan
May 12 Barcelona Spain
May 26 Monaco Monaco
June 9 Montreal Canada
June 23 Le Castellet France
June 30 Spielberg Austria
July 14 Silverstone Great Britain
July 28 Hockenheim Germany
August 4 Budapest Hungary
September 1 Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
September 8 Monza Italy
September 22 Singapore Singapore
September 29 Sochi Russia
October 13 Suzuka Japan
October 27 Mexico City Mexico
November 3 Austin USA
November 17 Sao Paolo Brazil
December 1 Yas Marina Abu Dhabi
 

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Who's powering who in F1 2019?
Mercedes engines Mercedes, Force India, Williams
Ferrari engines Ferrari, Haas, Sauber
Renault engines Renault, McLaren
Honda engines Red Bull, Toro Rosso
 

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Could see Red Bull winning on outright pace a few times next season - Honda engine will limit consistency. Hamilton for WDC as per.
 

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WOW you got this in quick !
He wanted to beat you Pauldy :lol:

I think Lewis and Max is going to be a good scrap, but I can see Le Clerc getting a few wins, but we rule out Seb at our peril.
Yeah I agree he shouldn’t be ruled out, I just think Lewis will win more races than anyone else and the others get the odd win here and there.
 

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2019 Season

March 17 Melbourne Australia
March 31 Sakhir Bahrain
April 14 Shanghai China
April 28 Baku Azerbaijan
May 12 Barcelona Spain
May 26 Monaco Monaco
June 9 Montreal Canada
June 23 Le Castellet France
June 30 Spielberg Austria
July 14 Silverstone Great Britain
July 28 Hockenheim Germany
August 4 Budapest Hungary
September 1 Spa-Francorchamps Belgium
September 8 Monza Italy
September 22 Singapore Singapore
September 29 Sochi Russia
October 13 Suzuka Japan
October 27 Mexico City Mexico
November 3 Austin USA
November 17 Sao Paolo Brazil
December 1 Yas Marina Abu Dhabi
i am going to Budapest next summer :D
 

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Alexander Albon will complete the Toro Rosso driver line-up for 2019, the team have confirmed.

The British-born Thai driver, who finished third in feeder series Formula 2 this year, will partner Daniil Kvyat next season.
 

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A new face will be behind the wheel of Force India’s 2018 challenger when Pirelli tyre testing gets underway at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Marina next week in the shape of Lance Stroll.

When the Canadian’s billionaire father Lawrence Stroll led a consortium to rescue Force India, it was naturally assumed his son would come onboard after two years at Williams.

The team have yet to confirm whether Stroll will indeed partner Sergio Perez next season, but they have announced he will drive in the two-day test.

As it stands, Perez will drive during the morning session on Tuesday, before handing the car over to Stroll in the afternoon. Stroll will then complete a full day of running on Wednesday.
 

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I think Lewis and Max is going to be a good scrap, but I can see Le Clerc getting a few wins, but we rule out Seb at our peril.
Not sure about this. Nothing since his move to Ferrari has suggested to me he can win a WDC there. Too many mistakes, too many mental lapses and not enough talent compared to Lewis (and probably Max).
 

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Not sure about this. Nothing since his move to Ferrari has suggested to me he can win a WDC there. Too many mistakes, too many mental lapses and not enough talent compared to Lewis (and probably Max).
I cant disagree with you, but still I would not rule him out, the first half of 2018 season , he was decent, second half Lewis got to him and he made the silly mistakes.
2019 will be a 3 way title race , Lewis , Max and Seb , dont see Le Clerc doing a huge amount in his first season , I think he will win a couple of races, Seb will still be Ferrari Number 1 driver.
 

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I cant disagree with you, but still I would not rule him out, the first half of 2018 season , he was decent, second half Lewis got to him and he made the silly mistakes.
2019 will be a 3 way title race , Lewis , Max and Seb , dont see Le Clerc doing a huge amount in his first season , I think he will win a couple of races, Seb will still be Ferrari Number 1 driver.
One always hope he can learn from his mistakes with a good rest.
 

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If Leclerc do 50% of what Lewis did in 2007 that would be amazing. Even if he only do what Danny Ric did to Vettel in 2014 that would be enough.
Vettel needs spanking in his ass to realise that the only one to blame for his failure is himself.
 

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He’s got a ton of races under his belt now, he’s totally ready. My gut says the Red Bull will be quick again but fragile, it would be a pretty amazing turnaround if Honda have built an engine that doesn’t lunch itself every few races. Especially in Red Bull packaging that probably cost them a few Renault engines the past few years.
 

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Happy birthday Schumi. We all hope to see you back in good health soon
 

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Looks like Arrivabene is done for at Ferrari. Mattia Binotto in to replace him according to Gazzetta.
 

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Andreas Seidl signing for McLaren.

Interesting. Would love for McLaren to return to the sharp end of the grid.
 

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Formula 1 2019 race start times - UK time
Race Date Start time
Australian GP March 17 6.10am
Bahrain GP March 31 4.10pm
Chinese GP April 14 7.10am
Azerbaijan GP April 28 1.10pm
Spanish GP May 12 2.10pm
Monaco GP May 26 2.10pm
Canadian GP June 9 7.10pm
French GP June 23 2.10pm
Austrian GP June 30 2.10pm
British GP July 14 2.10pm
German GP July 28 2.10pm
Hungarian GP August 4 2.10pm
Belgian GP September 1 2.10pm
Italian GP September 8 2.10pm
Singapore GP September 22 1.10pm
Russian GP September 29 12.10pm
Japanese GP October 13 6.10am
Mexican GP October 27 7.10pm
United States GP November 3 7.10pm
Brazilian GP November 17 5.10pm
Abu Dhabi GP December 1 1.10pm