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My poor computer has been taking a beating this last couple of weeks. It is the first time I have ever been down so long. In any event I hope that it is back on track now. Speaking of being on track Lewis Hamilton won the race in Brazil, just barely. If Max Verstappen hadn't had an accident he would have one, but had to settle for second. Oh, well, that is racing. I think he made a big mistake by pushing the other driver involved after the race. I don't like to see that because it is just a race and these things happen. Kimi Raikkonen came in third for his 12th podium this season. The reason Lewis has two trophies in his hands is because Mercedes also won the Constructor's Championship. Was there ever any doubt.
Nico Hulkenberg ended up not finishing. The Haas Team happily ended up in 8th and 9th and Force India picked up 10th for the points and 14th.
One more race left in the season and I am looking forward to next year already. Major changes in teams and drivers....it is going to be interesting.
Sometimes I like Singapore, but today wasn't one of them. I have no real reason it just didn't excite me. Hamilton had no trouble with the win and looks like a shoe-in for the championship....don't quote me. Max Verstaffen came in second and Sebastian Vettel was third.
Hulkenberg, as hard as it was, still came in tenth. Force India didn't enjoy the success they had in the last two races finishing 16th and DNF. The HAAS Team finished 15th and 18th. Not what either team wanted or needed.
The way the government keeps their thumb on corporations these days it seems almost impossible that Panoz Motorsports was able to do what they did. Formed about 20 years ago he built a car for the public
He then built a couple of different types of race cars and he was 'off to the races.'
Add a few years and he is considered the man who saved sports car racing in America. Thanks to all these people that save the day.
This is very hard to believe that Kimi Raikkonen is leaving Ferrari and going to Sauber. Sauber was the team he started with in 2001. He is to be with Sauber for the next two years which will probably carry him into retirement. Which would be his second retirement. When I first moved to Cyprus he was just starting and all the women had a picture of him on their desks. I always liked him for reasons that had nothing to do with racing. This change is really a surprise of which Formula One seems to be full of them lately. Can't wait to see what the next surprise is going to be.
I haven't been able to follow motorcycle racing for quite some time. I hate it when I see racers or drivers doing something that can kill someone and maybe themselves. This is one for the books. Romano Fenati, riding for the Marinelli Snipers Team, leaned over and squeezed the hand brake on the cycle of a rivel. This is one of the worst things I have seen in a long, long time. I is not like they were doing 2 mph, the were on the northend of 140 mph. I have to give it to Marinelli Snipers for firing Romano Fenati immediately. He shouldn't just be fired, he should be banned from the sport. I know that I am the first to complain about the penalty or the sanctioned. This is different, this horse's ass has to go.
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