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Well that's fucked up my interest in the race.



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That was some banzai shit. Damn it Lewis. Was hoping he'd take some chunks out of Nico today but that was a bit literal



Holy crap! Verstappen did it!!



 

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Incredible race.

Youngest winner ever, first Dutch winner ever.



I could only see the last few last, but lol. What happened with the Mercs?

And congrats to Verstappen. I doubt he'll go back to Toro Rosso, now.



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Thanks to an idiot named Hamilton we saw a race today that will be remembered forever.

First and sovereign career win of a probable future world champion. At the age of 18, incredible.

Vettel looked as if he already knew that this kid will steal the show from now on.



great race without the Mercedes cars.. would like to see more of these kinda races. this is why i watched F1



 

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okr said:
Thanks to an idiot named Hamilton we saw a race today that will be remembered forever.

That was VERY CLEARLY Rosberg who did not look into the right mirror and went right cutting off Hamlton. Notice the back light of his car- it was loading and Hamilton was clearly faster than Rosberg at that point and would have overtaken him easily.



Niki Lauda just said on German TV that he never saw something like this in his entire life. A few minutes before he had hugged daddy Jos Verstappen who's in tears and still can't believe it.

F1 is under shock, in a positive way.



drkohler said:
okr said:
Thanks to an idiot named Hamilton we saw a race today that will be remembered forever.

That was VERY CLEARLY Rosberg who did not look into the right mirror and went right cutting off Hamlton. Notice the back light of his car- it was loading and Hamilton was clearly faster than Rosberg at that point and would have overtaken him easily.

Niki just said on TV it was Lewis' fault and that Hamilton apologized during the interrnal Mercedes staff meeting after the crash.

Again, thank you Lewis, you genius, for giving us this intense race and incredible result.

Bad luck for Ricciardo in the end though, poor guy.