F1 2013 For those who watch a real F1

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  1. mddimehdi

    mddimehdi New Member

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    Who do you think is going to win a championship this season?
    I dont think that Red Bull will dominate this year,it has lost its power.
    So,i will cheer for Kimi.
    Who will you cheer for?
    Or do you think Red Bull is still the best one?
     
  2. jaray87

    jaray87 New Member

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    Haven't followed F1 in some months, but from what I've read, wouldn't it be Lewis Hamilton that will take it all? Ferrari is no where to be seen this season - what's going on there?
     
  3. troutski

    troutski Active Member

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    Can I just wish Red Bull would regain itself and win as much as possible?
     
  4. SonicSlayer

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    I get to watch Formula 1 regularly. This year, the Mercedes engine is extremely over-powered and is the best, so the teams using that engine are the ones doing very well. Mercedes also provides their engine for a few other teams as well, who are also performing very good. The two Mercedes drivers this year (Lewis Hamilton & Nico Rosberg) have been dominating this year, Lewis a more than Nico, so I say Lewis will be champion this year.
     
  5. jurew2

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    I don't watch a lot of F1 races this year, but as far as I know, Marcedes will win this year for sure. They have one of the best engines in the championship and the drivers are one of the best too. It will be hard to beat them, but you can never know, everything can happen. Let's hope for an interesting finish of the season.
     
  6. Squigly

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    Yeah, both pole positions are occupied by Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton has been an unstoppable force in the past few seasons!
     
  7. Wubwub

    Wubwub Well-Known Member

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    I've been watching these races recently and I've been amused and amazed by the Mercedes team and now I'm rooting for them to take it all the way. I doubt anyone can beat them this year but who knows.
     
  8. mkCampbell

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    Mercedes is the dominate force in F1 and I don't know if that changes any time soon. The money behind the teams must be amazing. Lewis Hamilton has things locked down heading into the last race of the 2014 season. I think he just has to show up and put on his fire suit and he's the champ.
     
  9. JohnnyHopkins

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    Like most have said, Mercedes will probably take it. They have been on fire this year and I think are destined to win it all this year. They have been in control for a while now and it would surprise me if they did not win.
     
  10. GlacialDoom

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    I haven't watched in years, but I will always be rooting for Kimi Raikkonen, as he was, and always will be my favorite.
     
  11. OursIsTheFury

    OursIsTheFury Member

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    I never really liked racing games, much more so when it comes to racing shows. It's just seeing who goes to the finish line first. It's a very simple concept, and for that fact alone, it sounds incredibly boring for me. In basketball, it's a combination of luck, skill, and teamwork to outscore your opponent. Lots of factors to consider, instead of them just passing around one after another. For racing, it's just a dash to the finish line, and I really don't see the appeal in it. I'm ready to be proven wrong though.
     

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