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View Poll Results: Who do you vote for?
Lewis Hamilton 29 65.91%
Valtteri Bottas 0 0%
Max Verstappen 0 0%
Alexander Albon 0 0%
Daniel Ricciardo 1 2.27%
Esteban Ocon 0 0%
Lando Norris 0 0%
Carlos Sainz 2 4.55%
Sergio Pérez 3 6.82%
Lance Stroll 0 0%
Charles Leclerc 0 0%
Sebastian Vettel 9 20.45%
Pierre Gasly 0 0%
Daniil Kvyat 0 0%
Kimi Räikkönen 0 0%
Antonio Giovinazzi 0 0%
Romain Grosjean 0 0%
Kevin Magnussen 0 0%
Nicholas Latifi 0 0%
George Russell 0 0%
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 05:12 (Ref:4017160)   #31
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Another vote for Lewis Hamilton.
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 09:47 (Ref:4017191)   #32
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I went for Vettel. Could also have been Leclerc, Perez, Hamilton or even Sainz.

Vettel made no (significant) mistakes. I'm sure we would have seen them, given the way his seasons is going. For once, he was very close to Leclerc in Q (even in front) and had a good start and a very good race (to his 2019-2020 standards)

Perez: 1 of only 3 to make a 1-stop work. The dryer the track became, the less at ease his car seemed, contrary to Lewis' Mercedes. Another podium, the best ever result for a Racing Point car, and 4th place in the championship.

Leclerc: was one of the first to go to inters and made them work. Not too many mistakes except for the last lap.

Hamilton: what a way to become a champion.

Sainz: nobody talks about him, but he didn't do much wrong either. Made a few passes on track. Was right there at the end in the Perez-Vettel-Leclerc train.

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Old 16 Nov 2020, 11:19 (Ref:4017216)   #33
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I thought Vettel did a good job, much better than he has been this year that's for sure. Although I'm not sure he would have done the same if it was dry, but at least it's something. But there were plenty of other good performances out there. Both Perez and Leclerc looked liked they belonged up there, as did Stroll. Sainz was ok, nothing spectacular, but the conditions certainly suited him and no doubt his car and that was shown by a good finish. Hamilton, despite circumstances falling in his favour was my DOTR

With Vettel, the problem is when we get to races with nice normal conditions, I am certain he will not be as good as he was yesterday. Back to the Seb he has been through 2020. Although it was nice to be reminded of his talent after a strong weekend throughout where the conditions seemed to fall for him

Perez showed his experience, which Stroll, despite his mastery in those conditions, is lacking when it comes to making decisions, like when to pit. Which was a shame after looking so calm and composed early on. But hey, hopefully Perez can now make a better claim to be on the grid next year. It's just a shame that it won't be with RP, that he and Stroll have done so well in this year

I expected Leclerc to come to the fore a bit, but was maybe a little overshadowed by Vettel and I didn't expect that even in those conditions. Of course it was a bit difficult after being stuck in the pack early on, but at least he came back and shame he threw away that podium after getting in front of Vettel. Never mind, normal service will be resumed next time

Again, easy for Hamilton in the end. No Bottas to threaten him and the RPs were easy meat for him in the end. However he recovered from early problems and deserved that win, despite very tricky conditions. Again it might have been very different if it was dry

Sainz, I was impressed with. Solid rather than spectacular and always has seemed to have a feel for conditions too. That's how he was able to pick off cars easily and get the job done. Was gonna be tough to beat the two Ferraris and Checo, but he was within touching distance by the end, so there you go
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 11:52 (Ref:4017229)   #34
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Old 16 Nov 2020, 12:13 (Ref:4017237)   #35
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I have to say Sainz really seems suited to these conditions. His smooth style really helped him yesterday, as well as the car underneath him
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Another vote for Sainz - pretty much under the radar all race but great result, big improvement on where he qualified and got about as much out of the car as was possible. Honourable mentions for Hamilton, Perez, Vettel, LeClerc, Norris.
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That’s the thing, Sainz is very understated. Maybe some days he tends to cruise around, but in conditions like this, his style pays dividends and he got a great result out of it. However I think Hamilton, Perez and Leclerc were the real stars of the race
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Vettel, up 8 places in one lap, still third despite Ferrari screwing up his pit stop, as usual.

Kudos to Lewis for resisting Mercedes' over cautious tyre change proposal.
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