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Top 10 Onboards | 2019 Chinese Grand Prix





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29 thoughts on “Top 10 Onboards | 2019 Chinese Grand Prix

  1. Sure, Kvyat deserves most of the blaim for that crash, but I feel like Sainz could have also cut his losses and get behind Norris. Then again, this is me talking in hindsight without driving the fastest cars in the world, so yeah, I get that Kvyat gets the penalty. But still tho…

  2. I think the crash wasn't anybody fault. Norris struggle for grip after going wide, Kvyat also struggling for grip when his rear hits Sainz rear as they turn which bump his Toro Rosso into Norris side who were coming back onto the track. Giving him a penalty for that is extremely harsh. We know Kvyat recklessness had caused incidence in the past but making an example out of something should never be done in sport. We want fairness, we don't need political tactics in F1.

  3. we need to see more midlfield battles when there are races that shit is going on like abu dhabi. at least give us a full replay when nothing is happening lets say like how hulk got from 17 to 6th at abu dhabi. directors do a really good job but it can be a little better SO WE THE FANBASE MUST PUSH THEM FOR SOMETHING BETTER LETS GOOOOOO

  4. Does anyone here feel Kvyat's penalty was unfair? He was in the wrong place at the wrong time, all he did was a small correction and unfortunately got tangled with Sainz's McLaren. Max vs Sainz crash in Bahrain looked much worse than this and the stewards did not penalize anyone.

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