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One pitstop expected at the Circuit of the Americas

Discussion in 'Formula 1' started by RaceDepartment, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. RaceDepartment

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  2. Chris Jenkins

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    That's a Red Bull 1-2 pretty much certain then! Barring any accidents or mistakes.

    I predict it'll finish as it starts, with Lotus up there with RB.

    Mercedes being forced into 2 stops because they munched their tyres.

    (See last 8 or 9 races)
     
  3. Bram Hengeveld

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    The margin of the top 2 to the rest is pretty big again. Are RBR still developing their '13 car, does anyone know?
     
  4. Kartik Sri Harsha

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    At India Newey told he was a bit compromised the 14 car for developing 13 a bit more and he was only concerned to develop RB10 then on wards. So i expect RBR stopped Development on 13 and only focused on 14 and all the update parts are for RB10 Testing.
     
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  5. Chris Jenkins

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    Considering how close RB are letting the Sky F1 cameras get to the car this weekend, I would imagine they've not added anything new to their package at this race.
    Most teams seem a lot less secretive around the cameras this weekend, which makes me think that the 2013 development has more or less stopped.