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Poll: Italian Grand Prix 2021, Monza - Race 14

Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by Shimmy, 8 Sep 2021.

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Rate the 2021 Italian Grand Prix out of ten

Poll closed 19 Sep 2021.
  1. 1

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. 2

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. 3

    2.5%
  4. 4

    0.8%
  5. 5

    5.0%
  6. 6

    10.9%
  7. 7

    25.2%
  8. 8

    33.6%
  9. 9

    14.3%
  10. 10

    7.6%
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  1. englishpremier

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    Not only is Monza dull it's also the sorriest of the season or there about, so in addition to losing 30mins of track times by having the sprint rather than fp3, the race itself is only about 90 mins rather than almost two hours we get at some other places (some will be relieved).

    Currently F1s number of laps by distance. I'd prefer a time like the 2 hour max limit it already has. There should be a minimum close to this for viewer consistency.
     
  2. .:MBK:.

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    got the timing sweet on that didn't they
     
  3. englishpremier

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    Clown walk with Ted again.
     
  4. Mr Jack

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    Trouble for both Alphas, as Tsunoda is wheeled off the grid.
     
  5. MissChief

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    Hamilton starting on the hard tyre, big gamble IMO.
     
  6. Mr Jack

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    Hamilton going with hards. Everyone else down to Kubica on medium
     
  7. UTmaniac

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    Very brave move! Why not mediums?
     
  8. booyaka

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    needs to try something different - struggled to get anywhere near the McLarens yesterday so maybe hoping to go longer
     
  9. MissChief

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    Surely it will compromise his start?
     
  10. Irish_Tom

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    I’ve missed the pre-race. How can Hamilton change his tyre choice?
     
  11. booyaka

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    Obviously hoping it doesn't...

    I reckon 1st corner carnage coming up here.....
     
  12. booyaka

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    Sprint race means free tyre choice for everyone
     
  13. Psycho Ned

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    Now that starts made things interesting!!!
     
  14. MagicBoy

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    Danny Ric! :eek:
     
  15. Irish_Tom

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    Ah, thanks.
     
  16. Stumble Bum

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    Lewis is not the smartest
     
  17. muon

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    Second time now. Kind of shows the RBR complaints from last time was just gaming.
     
  18. Psycho Ned

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    Nah not sure I agree with Lewis on that one I think Max was ok to defend how he did.
     
  19. el_dazza

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    Go on Danny!
     
  20. MagicBoy

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    Fully alongside in the braking zone, should have left him room.
     
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