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View Poll Results: Who do you think it is?
Lewis Hamilton 2 5.41%
Valtteri Bottas 0 0%
Max Verstappen 1 2.70%
Alexander Albon 2 5.41%
Sergio Pérez 13 35.14%
Lance Stroll 0 0%
Charles Leclerc 0 0%
Sebastian Vettel 0 0%
Daniel Ricciardo 1 2.70%
Esteban Ocon 0 0%
Carlos Sainz 7 18.92%
Lando Norris 2 5.41%
Pierre Gasly 0 0%
Daniil Kvyat 0 0%
Kimi Räikkönen 0 0%
Antonio Giovinazzi 0 0%
Romain Grosjean 6 16.22%
Kevin Magnussen 0 0%
Nicholas Latifi 0 0%
George Russell 0 0%
FP2 Dog 3 8.11%
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Old 30 Nov 2020, 05:09 (Ref:4019605)   #16
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Old 30 Nov 2020, 07:36 (Ref:4019614)   #17
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If I can't vote for him, I'll give Alan van der Merwe another namecheck. Otherwise tight call between Perez and Sainz. I'll go for Sainz for providing the best racing in a dull (!) GP......
We've had some great racing this season. In fact, this has been my favourite season in a while, particularly with the proliferation of older and unexpected tracks, but this was not a great race. It was always going to happen sooner or later, but Sainz definitely kept the interest.
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Old 30 Nov 2020, 09:04 (Ref:4019625)   #18
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I pondered this one for a while. As usual, Lewis Hamilton did what everyone is there to do, so perhaps it should be him. I don't understand the votes for Perez, who carried on for far too long after his engine had given up, potentially spreading oil all over the track. I would have liked to give it to Lando Norris but he was in front of his teammate due to Sainz's mechanical problem in quali. So it's Carlos Sainz for me.

Agreed, Alan van der Merwe was a driver who came to our notice, but the heroes of the Grosjean incident were the doctor and the marshal with the fire extinguisher.
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Old 1 Dec 2020, 05:20 (Ref:4019801)   #20
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+1 for Alan van der Merwe.... but in terms of voteable options I went with Perez. Felt sorry for him after a great job in qualy and a fault free race until his engine issues thwarted justice.

Kudos to Sainz for a great drive from a poor grid spot, and I guess Albon who was in the right place at the right time to inherit a podium.
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Voted for Checo, great drive unrewarded right near the end
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