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Old 26 Feb 2021, 15:58 (Ref:4037155)   #31
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The 2014 Bahrain GP was one of the best and I agree it was good for once to not have pitstops decide it. It would be much better if we just left it to teams and drivers to decide what tyres and strategy they use, rather than having to use two compounds per race. For me it should be left up to them instead of telling them what to do. Certainly it got close between Lewis and Nico at times and nearly ended in tears that day, but thankfully they kept going till the end and showed what great racing can happen.

I agree too there are good lessons to be learned from that kind of race and hopefully we’ll get good aero regs in 2022 to make it more possible. We don’t every race to be like that, but we need to make sure cars can race, without forced pitstops and using skill to overtake rather than a button
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You'd then get the (not really) fans moaning that nothing's happening, and it also exposes (further) how lame the commentators are (Including Brundle).
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For excitement, the 2007 Brazilian stands pretty close as being great.

87 British GP

the Canadian when Button won last lap.

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For excitement, the 2007 Brazilian stands pretty close as being great.

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the Canadian when Button won last lap.

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Good selection, any older choices?
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