News from Brian-Kan
[@ChrisMedlandF1] F1's new sprint format has been approved - Friday qualifying sets Sunday grid, Saturday standalone - Saturday qualifying (Q1 - 12 mins, Q2 - 10 mins, Q3 - 8 mins) called 'sprint shootout' and sets sprint grid - Sprint shootout mandatory tyres: Q1 and Q2 medium, Q3 soft
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A shot I took at the Singapore GP this year. The rain lights reflecting off a wet track look so cool!
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[OFFICIAL] Formula 1 2023 Driver and Team entries.
Thank you stranger. Shows the award.
- By - Aman200413
Will he stop for a McDonalds on the way to the finish line ?
That'll be a drive-thru penalty
Count me in, love these products, I hope I can win!
Id just get the Aston now while it's cheap. There's a chance it may go up in price. The RB is already costing a lot and that's not gonna chance. That 500 left to buy may become 800 by the time you get there. The Aston's price can only go up and not down so get it while it's low.
My thoughts are with you sir
That's right, they did update it, but to the 2022 version with the new hairpin in sector 3.
Ah so does that mean we will only get the removed chicane next year?
Can I be the first?
Because the FIA did the right thing
Yeah, it's certainly an interesting idea, hopefully it's good for racing in general and for us.
What I'm worried about is how the sprint becomes one separate event, which has no influence on the grand prix. And given much less time to prepare compared to before, teams might go conservative and our viewer experience may not necessarily have improved
Slow button on
No, but come on!
STROLL L.(AST)- Am I a joke to you?
So much sand that the grains at the bottom would compress together under the massive weight and form gravel.
Probs even more accurate would be “greatest of this time”, but GOTT doesn’t have the same ring to it 🤣
"Greats Of All Time" sound better
If you already have the Ferrari and have coins to spare for the RB, absolutely get it
Lol I wouldn't jump to this conclusion that early. The teams irl haven't even released their showcars yet! We will have to see car performance for the first few races irl, then be able to make decisions, because unless the devs change, they will price the cars based on the current season performance.
Paul Ricard, but every lap is a different layout
Fastest lap would be a doozy
Hey man, game is back under maintenance, I’m laughing in pain rn
We are checking... Sound familiar?
Zamn that's unexpected
The potential difference in pace is rather big
What about the current drivers?
That would have been a hell of a typo
Considering I and O are so close to each other on the keyboard
I’ve always seen an uzi sub machine gun thing
Also, Paul Ricard looks like a sniper, and Monza like a pistol
I would imagine Brands Hatch not being a great place to race for modern cars.
Only time will tell when 2024, 2025 comes, because those are the years McLaren is focusing on. Hopefully he gets a shot at bigger prizes
Quick question. Based on your experience, should I focus on upgrading the chassis first, or the parts?
Chasis because it also carries to career mode
Thanks guys for the answers!
I figured you were good for a short first stint.
Get in there!
And so begins the 2023 fight...
He literally got rid of his girlfriend, and then posted a training story afterwards