Turkish Grand Prix (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Post 17.11.2020., 18: 25 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Excellent Dina's text : klanjam:

https://telesport.telegram.hr/analize/turska-kupelj/

I would like to single out this introductory part:

One of the most emotional moments I have ever seen in Formula 1, and I have been following it for about 40 years, happened after the end of the race in Istanbul, in the parking lot for the three best placed cars. Lewis Hamilton, apparently overwhelmed with emotion, stayed in the car for a long time, trying to realize that he had just won his seventh world title, equaling Michael Schumacher's record. And, perhaps more than that, to comprehend how he managed to win overwhelmingly in a race in which nothing went his way, in which he was not brought to the top by a superior car (well, that doesn't retaliate…), or dubious refereeing decisions, or the overheated blood of a competitor, but only his driving skills.

It was one of those moments where no one more or less objective could do anything but take off his hat and admit to him that he was a master.

He was sitting like that, almost in a trance, after - an extremely river situation - he was left speechless on the team radio, and then a familiar face appeared in front of him and his hand was extended through the cockpit. At that historic moment, the crown of one of the greatest sports careers of the 21st century, the first man to extend his hand and congratulate him face to face was his longtime archivist Sebastian Vettel. The only thing that would be nicer than that would be that Schumacher could have come to congratulate him personally - but this is, unfortunately, an image we can only imagine, painfully aware that we will never be able to see it even with all the wonders of modern medicine.
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Post 17.11.2020., 18: 46 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Someone has already pinned him somewhere on the portal, I just don't know where : zubo:


Good text for sure : thumbs:
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Post 17.11.2020., 19: 18 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Whenever Schumacher is mentioned and Lewis breaking the record goes through my head to be a nice gesture by the Schumacher family to allow Lewis access to Michael himself but it comes to me very hard because Lewis would be looking at a half-dead corpse. Oh god it breaks my heart :(

Jesus, 7 years in that condition. Every muscle in him must have atrophied :( I can't write anymore, my mother ...
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Post 17.11.2020., 19: 25 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Everything went wrong in Japan ... As far as I remember, the race was supposed to end after 40 laps. It is not clear to me who decided to continue.

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Post 17.11.2020., 19: 54 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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I have to admit that in that rush at first I didn’t even realize that Leclerc was already in second position and had a lockup ahead of Perez. I thought he was attacking second position so in an attempt to overtake he had a lockup, then I looked onboard today and see that something is not right : bonk:
I'm probably the only one? : zubo: : prcnjau:

As for this text above about Hamilton, that moment of Hamilton and Vettel is historic and was very dear to me. Even though I am not a Hamdija fan, I am very glad for his success. I am also glad that Vettel reminded me in that same race why he has 4 championship titles. Somehow it all came together and it turned out great. 11 championship titles and a lot of records in one shot. : klanjam:
BLM - Binotto Leave Maranello !!!!!!

Post 17.11.2020., 19: 54 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Alen13ASC wrote:
17.11.2020., 19: 18
Whenever Schumacher is mentioned and Lewis breaking the record goes through my head to be a nice gesture by the Schumacher family to allow Lewis access to Michael himself but it comes to me very hard because Lewis would be looking at a half-dead corpse. Oh god it breaks my heart :(

Jesus, 7 years in that condition. Every muscle in him must have atrophied :( I can't write anymore, my mother ...
God ... speechless

Post 18.11.2020., 22: 08 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Frantic wrote:
17.11.2020., 10: 37
Well yes.
In addition to the crane that lifts the car, the handle is in the green flag.
Well, the author of the photo needed to frame this lovely green panel as well.
It seems to me that this is a situation where Gia is back on track while scouting rounds take place before arriving on the grid.

Post 19.11.2020., 09: 42 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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wapi wrote:
18.11.2020., 22: 08
Frantic wrote:
17.11.2020., 10: 37
Well yes.
In addition to the crane that lifts the car, the handle is in the green flag.
Well, the author of the photo needed to frame this lovely green panel as well.
It seems to me that this is a situation where Gia is back on track while scouting rounds take place before arriving on the grid.
Could be :he thinks:
Again, it should not be green. :I do not know:
"If you want to win a race, then you have to cross the finish line first" : kockastazastava:
Too little trust in Binott !!!! : gandalf:

TW: "The 2020 season will not be easy for Mercedes!"

Post 19.11.2020., 12: 04 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Alen13ASC wrote:
17.11.2020., 19: 18
Whenever Schumacher is mentioned and Lewis breaking the record goes through my head to be a nice gesture by the Schumacher family to allow Lewis access to Michael himself but it comes to me very hard because Lewis would be looking at a half-dead corpse. Oh god it breaks my heart :(

Jesus, 7 years in that condition. Every muscle in him must have atrophied :( I can't write anymore, my mother ...
And well, is there at least some unofficial information about his condition ??
It breaks you, but you don't give up
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Post 20.11.2020., 13: 09 Re: GP of Turkey (Istanbul Park) 13.-15. November 2020

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Majki2111 wrote:
Alen13ASC wrote:
17.11.2020., 19: 18
Whenever Schumacher is mentioned and Lewis breaking the record goes through my head to be a nice gesture by the Schumacher family to allow Lewis access to Michael himself but it comes to me very hard because Lewis would be looking at a half-dead corpse. Oh god it breaks my heart :(

Jesus, 7 years in that condition. Every muscle in him must have atrophied :( I can't write anymore, my mother ...
And well, is there at least some unofficial information about his condition ??
All the yellow press ... The last thing I read was that Todt had visited him and that he could only communicate with his eyes.

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