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2013 F1 Australian Grand Prix

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by RaceDepartment, Mar 12, 2013.

  1. RaceDepartment

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  2. its going to be EPICC!!! Can't wait, F1 Friday Practice 01:30 GMT AM going to be nice to see the cars for the first time running for Melbourne
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  3. I can't wait! Seems like forever waiting for Formula 1 to return, and now it's finally here. Here's hoping for another great season!
  4. Bram

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    I hope the excitement continues where the 2012 season ended. Don't like the track a lot but can't wait to hear the engines again.

    Bring it on!
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  5. I'm really excited for the new season to begin. I'll be watching it live on friday am for sure!
  6. decisions decisions, do i go with my usual approach of watching everything LIVE... but with a Crappy Stream quality, or do i wait for the highlights on BBC1 7 hours later? which means i would have to avoid the internet for that period of time! lol
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  7. 7 hours without the internet.... good luck :roflmao:
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  8. Whew, that's a tough one.. :unsure:
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  9. first world problems
  10. Weather forecasts suggest a wet qualifying session, and cloudy days for practice and the race. Also much cooler tempetratures than normal for this time of the year in Melbourne. I wonder how this will affect the tyres and their wear?
  11. Bram

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    The quality of the tires is still a mystery so its indeed very interesting to see what is going to happen.

    Some rain would be nice.
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  12. I havent heard much on the tyres this year, are they different again then? Hopefully shorter lifetime so more stops :D
  13. I watched the winter testing. They are apparently shorter life. They said 4-5 stops a race at an estimate. However most likely 2-4. Bare in mind it was predicted a 4-5 pit stop race in Australia last year and I think some people where still one stopping. The big change is that I think its the Mediums and Super Softs this year at Australia, instead of the Mediums and the Softs.
  14. Chris

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    "Pitlane speed limits 60km/h in practice; 100km/h in qualifying and race"

    Isn't 60km/h throughout the weekend?
  15. Nah, the drivers would crap themselves out of anxiety, if they had to roll through the pitlane at 60 km/h during the race :D
  16. Shawdad

    PSN ID: Shawdad

    Man what a short off season. Seems like the last season just ended! Not that I'm complaining. I'm just glad I get the NBC Sports network.