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"Leclerc shines again, and should be in the title race" 馃帳馃弳

In his latest column, @MBrundleF1 unpacks a captivating Austrian GP 馃嚘馃嚬

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In reply to @SkySportsF1
Again a very British biased Martin brundle. He speaks about Saudi鈥檚 dirty driving by max, but avoids the dirty driving by Lulu in Silverstone. I say no more. Brundle lost all credibility.
 
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Always that dig at Max. Max shouldn't avoid anything,he should do his own thing and race hard.
 
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Max doesn鈥檛 need to be worried as we haven鈥檛 seen the last of Ferrari shooting themselves in the foot. After all they have been doing it for decades.
 
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Get well soon Martin and hope you never have to suffer a #gridwalkpenalty!
 
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**Michael Schumacher's, and to an extent Ayrton Senna's amazing legacies are partly diminished by some dirty driving, and that Max would do well to avoid that career reputation.** At least Schumi & Senna have an excuse of having raced in the era of hard knocks
 
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**They could regain track position at will against Max who once again was very fair and professional in his driving and defence.** Yes, funny how a gifted championship and 40 million Euros contract can have on a person's psychology. For one, Jos will no longer be on your back
 
I鈥檓 really glad mainstream media are recognising Charles has been just as good as Max this season 馃憫
 
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We like gentlemen drivers 馃ぎ
 
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**The Ferraris of Leclerc and Carlos Sainz were simply better on their tyres and much faster than Verstappen, and by some margin** As a rule of thumb, the team that poles Spain often has the fastest car across the season.
 
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**Mercedes had the weekend from hell in many respects with both cars heavily in the wall in qualifying** Incidentally, Austria is a boogey track for AMG due to the high altitude, so much so, Austria 2018 is the last time Sir had a mechanical dnf, infact it was a double dnf
 
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**While the Stewards in Silverstone were generally forgiving and liberally applying the 'let them race' mantra** The fact of the matter is, it's the drivers that requested the FIA to be more strict when it comes to refereeing autosport.com/f1/news/austri鈥
 
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If Ferrari can sort out reliability, Mercedes get stronger and steal some valuable podiums from RBR, this title is very open . It's definitely Charles Vs Max. Mercedes getting stronger could also work in favour of RBR.
 
In your latest column you used the word "consistency" twice and commented that the FIA has the resources to provide it
This is the problem, not the decisions at Austria but the inconsistency of those decisions relative to Silverstone
 
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**Whether you like Sprints or not there will be six such events next year meaning a quarter of the expected 24 races will feature them.** Yes, like any relationship, it's the bread winner who wears the trousers. The moral of the story is power is addictive
 
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**The Ferrari is fragile and Sainz's power unit blow-up was bodywork shattering, followed by a very expensive fire in this cost cap era.** Indeed but new regs have an effect on reliability as we saw with Red Bull in 2010 only for the team to fix the unreliability
 
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**But Leclerc then suffered a throttle pedal issue in the closing stages** Infact, the throttle pedal was nothing but the sound barrier hence Charlie grew from a boy to a man in one race after winning his first race from lower than pole hence difficulty was due to the sonic boom
 
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The Best One 鈽濔煆
 
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**Fresh from his inaugural victory at Silverstone, Sainz was absolutely gutted, a guaranteed at least second place gone up in smoke.** Which was a blessing in disguise for Ferrari as it gives the team an excuse to tell Carlos to become the number 2
 
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**By Monday my voice had gone completely... but luckily there's not a regulation for that at the moment otherwise I would have rightly taken a race ban or at least a gridwalk penalty for the next Grand Prix.** Just goes to prove nothing in life is easy. Get well soon Sir
 
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**But Leclerc then suffered a throttle pedal issue in the closing stages** The good news of course being that after Charlie broke through the sound barrier, life and winning is just about to get much easier for him like eating cake
 
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Unfortunately Carlos hasn't got the memo yet. But in all seriousness, max dodged a small bullet this weekend. He was definitely going to finish 3rd and leclerc would have got the win and first. Then he somehow gets 2nd and fastest lap!
 
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**Mick Schumacher is an interesting case. Until Canada he appeared to be a solid driver** Indeed, Mick is a perfect case study that humans gain confidence with experience. Unfortunately Mick won't have much success bcoz realtives of super successful people are often not gifted
 
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**Max calmly and skilfully leads the championship by 38 points over Charles but that could have been so different if Ferrari had been more reliable** Actually, the strongest driver in the first half isn't the strongest in the second half of the season so stay tuned
 
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**The Sprint race on Saturday was far from being a thriller but still more interesting than a free-practice session as far as I'm concerned** Just like GP2, rat races would only be fun with reverse grids but alas, the top teams don't want to be put at a disadvantage #politics
 

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