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PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2015 6:04 am 
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Hi all,

My name is Michael Coles. I live in Bathurst, Australia, about 2 minutes from the world famous race track. My main motorsport interest has naturally been through V8 Supercar Racing, due to the Bathurst 1000 race being a huge local event.

Only been following F1 properly since about 2010. Favourite current drivers are Raikkonen, Ricciardo and Rosberg. I don't typically follow any teams strongly (more drivers) but would say I have a soft spot for Ferrari.

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Hi

New to the forum.
Been a fan of F1 for over 30 years.
I've been reading the forum for a while thought it was about time I started to participate.


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Yay, at last, good to be here! thanks for the add :D


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 12:55 pm 
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Hello all,

I am a member from of more than 10 years. They have just lost my data & locked me out so have re-registered again 4 or more times over (they do this every now & again). I was happy to do it as since Dec'14 my pages were not being renewed & my logon block was just a white square. So I am hopeful this will get that sorted until their servers again have a come-over. Best wishes to all - let's go racing ...


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 5:49 pm 
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Hello,

I have recently registered from America, but don't hold it against me.

I love all cars but especially F1

My favorite team Scuderia Toro Rosso , but I am Nicolas "Nico" Hülkenberg fan he really is a all around racer.

Only been to a few GP's hope that changes

Of course we all hope and pray for Schumi and his Family

Take care CK


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 18, 2015 12:33 am 
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Hey all! Figure it makes sense to introduce myself before I dive in and start posting.

I'm a fairly new F1 fan from the US (or possibly "very new", depending on your scale of such things), although that story would most likely have been different if I'd had access to F1 on the TV when I was growing up. As it is, this is still my first year of watching every race, and my second year of following along the whole season -- I started watching regularly with Interlagos last year after watching scattered bits of the weekend starting with Singapore. I mainly support Ferrari and Räikkönen, but I always hope for McLaren and Williams to do well also (clearly that's not happening for one of 'em this year), as well as Vettel, Alonso, Button, and Ricciardo.

I keep lurking the forums, so joining is the obvious thing to do. I don't have anyone other than my family to talk about F1 with in person, so it'll be good to have somewhere to do that!


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 28, 2015 10:51 am 
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Remmirath wrote:
Hey all! Figure it makes sense to introduce myself before I dive in and start posting.

I'm a fairly new F1 fan from the US (or possibly "very new", depending on your scale of such things), although that story would most likely have been different if I'd had access to F1 on the TV when I was growing up. As it is, this is still my first year of watching every race, and my second year of following along the whole season -- I started watching regularly with Interlagos last year after watching scattered bits of the weekend starting with Singapore. I mainly support Ferrari and Räikkönen, but I always hope for McLaren and Williams to do well also (clearly that's not happening for one of 'em this year), as well as Vettel, Alonso, Button, and Ricciardo.

I keep lurking the forums, so joining is the obvious thing to do. I don't have anyone other than my family to talk about F1 with in person, so it'll be good to have somewhere to do that!



welcome

as Newbies to this Forum we can meet the crowd to tether seem like a nice one though, Formula one ha much to offer you have chosen quite a card to follow Kimi.
best of Luck see you on the "Boards"
OBTW some funny gifs and parodies of the iceman on the web of him as a Lord of the Ring characters.. I'll post as I come across these

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2015 10:08 am 
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Hola. Balthazar B. Adelaide. 1985. Grosjean. Beer. Volkswagen. B-52s. Haas.

That is all.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 17, 2015 2:01 pm 
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Hi everyone, I am Branovitsj, 27 years old, living in Belgium.
I'm a native Dutch speaker, so please excuse me when I make some grammatical errors.

I am a big F1-fan since I was a child, still love the sport and staying home to watch every race!
I'm a fan of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen.

That's about it I think?


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2016 9:03 am 
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Hi All,

I'm from Belgium, mainly interested in F1 and the feeder series, although I do seem to enjoy the Formula E these days too (their length and free availability on YT just fits perfectly with my hometrainer schedule ;-) ).

I live 1 hour away from Zolder (where I went to see Champcar in 2006 and was amazed by the openness of it all). and 2 hours away from Spa (where I go to see FR 3.5 every year, I find F1 just too expensive and cramped).

Generally I like "talent" over anything else and can't really say I'm a fan of anyone (although I admit I'm rooting strongly for Vandoorne and Frijns). I cherish professionalism, rationalism and intellect and sometimes have trouble appreciating drivers with less obvious talent sticking around, because they somehow managed to convince some rich people they're worth it.
I also fail in many other departments but am open for critique.;-)

Thanks for having me around!


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2016 1:18 am 
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My Name is Paul. I live in Appalachian panhandle of Maryland, USA. I am a relative newbie to Formula 1. Even though my bachelors degree was in mechanical engineering, I tended to ignore motorsports for most of my life because it seemed an excuse to watch people get killed on much too regular a basis. It just seemed foolish. In 2013 I saw articles in Wired and other popular technology outlets talking about the 2014 Formula 1 technology and I thought it was fascinating, appealed to my style of engineering thinking which is about finesse more than blunt power. That, along with NBCSN in the USA beginning regular broadcasts made it both accessible and interesting. I started watching towards the end of the 2013 season.

I knew that I would enjoy it more by picking a driver to follow and I picked Lewis Hamilton (seen on Top Gear, liked him a lot) not knowing that Mercedes would come to dominate. (Seriously, I picked BEFORE the 2014 season. Honest, I did!) I quickly grew to hate Red Bull because of their continual whining entitled arrogance. Grow up, Newey and Horner, Grow up. It has been a bit boring to watch knowing Mercedes win and win. But, it seems all the proposed solutions avoid simplicity and directness. Just get on with racing. Stop managing to the nut size.

I'm going to follow Haas Formula 1 as the first American team in 30 years. I will be cheering for them as a team even while cheering for Hamilton as a great driver.

I think Bernie Ecclestone is about to kill his golden goose by being so intent on squeezing every single penny out of every single person he meets. The sport will be in turmoil for a while, but probably better off within a decade of his leaving/death.

That's it! I love forums for sports, shooting it about opinion and learning from others.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 21, 2016 7:26 pm 
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Hi

My name is Graeme I'm 34 from Glasgow

Been an F1 fan since Mclarens West days , also a big fan of BTCC including the current champ Gordon Shedden whom my forum name is a tribute to

Im a sucker for underdog teams , supported Stewart Grand Prix and more recently Marussia no doubt will follow Manor throughout the season .


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 22, 2016 5:57 am 
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Hello Flash52!

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2016 9:11 am 
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I am a newby here, a Button fan, I am hoping Mc Laren have been hiding their cars full potential only to release it in Melbourne next week end. :D :D :D :D


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 05, 2016 5:02 pm 
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Hi all,

I've just recently joined and as a fan of F1 since the mid 2000's I can't believe i've only just found this forum! I'm a Button fan personally but support everyone British so obviously I'm cheering on Hamilton and Palmer as well.

I actually came across this forum as i've been looking for F1 fans to help test a Formula 1 Prediction Tool prototype application that I have developed as part of my University dissertation. Hopefully some of you can spare 10-20 minutes to assist with this - i'll be posting more details about this in the next day or two!

Mark


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 07, 2016 8:11 pm 
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Hello,

My name is Sabrina I'm 25 and from Ireland. My love of formula 1 came from my father who took me to my first grand prix when I was 7 in 1998. Of course we were cheering on the Jordan's! After that experience I was hooked and I always try to listen to every race and qualifying. These day's I don't particularly have a favorite team, my favorite driver is Vettel though he is very funny and a huge talent.

Hope to make some friends, thank you for reading! :)


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2016 11:43 pm 
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Welcome to the MadHouse all, sorry for slacking recently on welcoming people!

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PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2016 11:06 pm 
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Hi,

Finally got my account activated after signing up over a year ago. Have been lurking ever since and been enjoying the more level headed conversation about F1 here. I haven't been following F1 for any where near as long as a lot of people here but been more active in watching since 2009 (first time I went to F1 live was in Australia 2003, that was fun).

Cheers, Marc.


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PostPosted: Thu May 05, 2016 3:16 pm 
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This is a reintroduction (I was briefly active about seven years ago lol). [Edit - I see I originally joined in 2006 lol so its 10 years]

I,m a Kiwi living in England and I must admit I have been less into F1 this year, but I saw the Kvyat demotion and I thought I would come on and see what people are saying!!!

Well hello everyone!


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PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2016 5:18 pm 
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Hi All.

I was a longtime member years ago when Michael Schumacher was racing. I kind of lost my taste for the sport when he left but am starting to get the bug again. I'm still a Schumacher fan that will never change because in my eyes he was the best. It's great to be back!


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PostPosted: Tue May 17, 2016 3:04 am 
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Hi guys!

I'm from Australia (Sydney) and have been following F1 for about 12 years or so.
I don't follow a team really, but favourite drivers are Ricciardo, Button and Alonso. Can't stand Hamilton AT all...
I also hope Kyvat can turn his fortunes around and really make a few people sit up and take notice for all the right reasons again.

So hello!


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PostPosted: Thu May 19, 2016 6:25 pm 
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Hi all.

Have been visiting the forum for quite a few years and a few months ago I decide to sign up.

Now I am a member I will be able to join in conversations instead of talking to myself when have been reading threads.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2016 11:16 am 
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Hi all

Been a lurker on the forum for a couple years, decided I'd finally make an account.

25 y/o, been watching F1 most of my life.

Favourite teams/drivers: Macca/Williams/Button/Hamilton/Ricciardo


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 28, 2016 1:00 pm 
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Hello everyone,
Fav driver and team differs a bit from race to race. I like to support the under dog.

Have been reading the forum for some time and learned a lot from you guys.

Thanks


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 07, 2016 1:17 pm 
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Hello everyone.

I am a complete newcomer to F1, only started to take an interest within the last year or so. I am looking forward to learning more about the sport and increasing my understanding/knowledge.

Favourite driver - Daniel Ricciardo.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2016 12:29 pm 
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Hi there. This is a great site, very knowledgeable people on here. I have been lurking on here for a few years so I thought I would give some opinions and contribute to the site.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2016 10:42 am 
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Hi there

Long time lurker finally signed up to comment

F1 fan 25 years fav driver Hamilton fav team don't really have one TBH


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2016 10:44 am 
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Hello all !

Nice to be here and it will be fun to chat a bit with you all about Formula 1 !


My name is Tom and as the username suggests I am from the Netherlands and I am following Max for the past five years now and with great enjoyment.
I do think highly of other drivers as well, and I look forward to a great 2017 season !


Not sure if this is the right way to start on this forum, and if there's anything else I need to do to be "approved" just let me know :)


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2016 11:44 pm 
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Good evening all,

An avid reader of this forum over the last couple of seasons, and hope to contribute my opinions and thoughts which can create great debates.

I have been an avid F1 fan for the last 12 years now, with my favourite team being McLaren. I'm saying this I do have a soft spot for red bull after what they have achieved in the sport.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 7:15 pm 
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Hey all
35 year old F1 nut here. Followed F1 since the early 90's (remember Monaco 92 as the first race I ever watched and the epic Senna / Mansell battle)
If anyone was on the ITV-F1 and GrandPrixMagazine forums back in the day, I was the residential Arrows F1 fanatic.
Since their most upsetting demise I latched onto Renault through the Alonso years and since their return as a manufacturer, is my team of choice.


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2017 7:44 am 
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Hi all, my name is Stanton and I am from Cape Town, South Africa and I am 37 years old.
I've been on the forum a while now but just to review posts and comments. I am a McLaren supporter but one of my favorite drivers is Lewis.
Other sports I follow is MotoGP and WSBK.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:28 pm 
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Stanton wrote:
Hi all, my name is Stanton and I am from Cape Town, South Africa and I am 37 years old.
I've been on the forum a while now but just to review posts and comments. I am a McLaren supporter but one of my favorite drivers is Lewis.
Other sports I follow is MotoGP and WSBK.


Hello All- I'm Herb from Michigan and have been a long time McLaren supporter. It's been very rough going and I'm now relatively allegiance free. I like the Mercedes team but would like to see someone else challenging up front. I'm hopeful that the new rules mix things up at top.


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Retired Texan Mike here, I am an old-school "F1nut" that has sought out F1 races on the boob tube since 1972 and Emmo's first championship in the Lotus-Ford72D. I am a Sir Jackie Stewart fan along with John Surtees who should have had a "Knighthood" too IMHO as the only man ever with World Championships on 2 wheels and 4 and recently very sadden to hear of his passing - he was my Isle of Mann hero, (I have all the old Isle dvds).

Nothing was better than the Speed Channel's Varsha, Hobbs and Matchett and I miss Bob's insight and comments and prefer him over Diffey and can honestly say I hate having to follow F1 on NBCSN's lousy coverage, with all the commercials and haven't figured out yet how to watch MotoGP on something called "bein Sports" but happy to find a F1 forum to follow and communicate with other fans.

I have loved F1 and MotoGP most of my life and I am 50+ year motorcyclist, now in my 60s that still enjoys cruising on my old '05 Vulcan Nomad bagger, as for more than two decades I rode them exclusively while working in Houston, Texas where I was once slated to drive a multi-engined Streamliner for my old scoot mechanic at Bonneville Salt Flats before he passed and the project ended.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:00 pm 
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Michael, F1, 1986 – 2017 – present.

I first started watching F1 in 1986, my earliest memory being the Nigel Mansell tyre blow out in Australia. It was from that day, or moment as I suspect my viewing started earlier that same season, that I became hooked.

Although more a fan of F1 in general, rather than any specific team or driver, it was the exploits of Nigel Mansell, together with the Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost years, that really got me enthralled. Those days morphed into more recent times and have seen domination from Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel, together with the rise of Lewis Hamilton. It is the iconic moments that they and their teams, the likes of Williams, McLaren, Ferrari, Red Bull, Mercedes and indeed all who compete, that have provided and left me with some very happy memories.

It is, perhaps, a regret of mine that it was 2004 before I actually attended a race, that being at Silverstone, not just the home of British Motor Racing but also the true home of F1. My thanks and congratulations go to all the many officials, volunteers and vendors that seek to provide an enjoyable weekend of motorsport for all and do it, year in and year out, without fail.

I’ve therefore been very fortunate, or lucky, to have met a number of drivers and F1 personalities over the years. The respect and humility they have for the fans that follow and support them is second to none, although the image of Lewis Hamilton twice crowd surfing over my head, being able to shake his hand, are ones that will, quite rightly, live long in the memory.

F1, ever since the start of the World Championship in 1950, has enthralled countless number of people the world over. The challenge of man and machine, against their rivals, in a bid to be the fastest makes it the true essence of both sporting and technical competition.

From that has come the global brand that gives F1 its appeal. Although a pure nostalgic point of view considers those earlier days as being the finest, one has to give the sport itself, via the official yearly reviews and TV coverage, much credit for the way that it has created and developed itself. Without that, I wouldn’t be here today.

After 32 seasons, I remain as big a fan and committed to F1 as ever but am now left finding myself wondering how to take my interest in the sport just that one step further.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 15, 2017 7:36 pm 
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Hi all, just introducing myself - newbie to this forum but as a lifelong F1 fan of forty-(ahem) years old I'm pretty well versed in the sport and my views on it.

Favourite all-time driver? Senna, without a doubt. Might in some ways explain why I do appreciate Hunt, and Hamilton in the current era - not blindly though, he surely sometimes rubs me up the wrong way!

Do I appreciate other high-skilled drivers with a more focussed approach or different style also (Shuey, Prost, Hakkinen, Alonso, Lauda etc) - absolutely. I respect everyone that excelled in this sport, and risked it all good or bad. But I've always been fond of the mavericks (Alesi, both Villeneuves, Max V these days etc) as they bring flavour. Conversely and for no real reason I can pinpoint, I've been a huge Jensen Button fan - go figure!

Do I appreciate the "nearly" men of the sport? Berger, Brundle, Coulthard, Ralf S, Herbert, hate to say it but Hulkenberg right now etc - perhaps even more so in some ways, these amazing drivers fuel the excitement and relevance of the sport and give the context and flavour necessary to make it great to watch

Do I love everyone? No - my tolerance wears thin with excessive whining, whinging and poor performance e.g. Maldonado, Badoer etc, Kvayt, Grosjean right now, and hopefully not in the future Ocon, Stroll. Take the opportunity!

I cried a bit when Bianchi lost his life for the sport, as I have throughout the decades as men died on tv for just a race, but strongly believe this is a risk sport with consequences that to an extent come with the potential glory, which is why I'm not a fan of changing the pure basis of the open wheel, open cockpit formula (surely the true basis of this formula, otherwise change the name?) but I do accept that safety should be continuously improved. I just question how that should be done effectively while retaining the formula originally intended rather than creating a 'new' formulae.

So, I hope you know me a bit now - and I'll see you on the boards!

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 16, 2017 11:52 am 
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Long time lurker, first time poster who finally decided that it was a bit creepy just reading what people have to say without contributing.

In no particular order, I enjoy:

Fine wine
The driving of Lewis Hamilton
Haribo Tangfastics

Can't wait to start chatting with you all!


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:35 pm 
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Hi all,

Just registered. Been a huge Formula 1 fan since 1998. Never missed a race on TV and had the privilege to visit a few too.
I'm a true fan of the sport, which means I can care deeply for how a driver drives towards a win.
Having semi-orange glasses on (being Dutch), there's no denying our new national pride on the grid ;-).

Hope to be able to contribute here!


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Hi all,
I've been watching F1 since the mid 90s. Currently looking forward to period of Vet/Ver/Ham scraps. My pet peeves include, DRS, Kimi continuing to tarnish his legacy by agreeing to sleepdrive through another season and the lack of options in terms of engine suppliers.

I'm looking forward to putting my tuppence worth in.


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