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British Grand Prix race winner?

Who will win the British Grand Prix tomorrow?

76.92% (30)
Lewis Hamilton
5.13% (2)
Valtteri Bottas
5.13% (2)
Max Verstappen
2.56% (1)
Charles Leclerc
2.56% (1)
Lando Norris
0% (0)
Lance Stroll
0% (0)
Carlos Sainz
0% (0)
Daniel Ricciardo
2.56% (1)
Sebastian Vettel
5.13% (2)
Esteban Ocon
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medal 6677 MODERATOR
8 days ago
Qualy session just finished Lewis Hamilton took the pole position. Who will win the British Grand Prix tomorrow? Will Hulk get the podium? 
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medal 6001
7 days ago
If lewis gets to copse corner first, i think its his unless something random happens 
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medal 6297
7 days ago
I must agree with Jack.  Unfortunately.
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medal 6677 MODERATOR
7 days ago
Well done to all 19 managers who got the poll correct with Lewis Hamilton taking the win today with a punctured tyre! Last few laps what a drama, heart in mouth! 
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medal 6704
7 days ago
Softer tyres and hotter temperatures for next weekend..should be a fun 70th Anniversary race! xD
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medal 6348 MODERATOR
7 days ago

Peter
Softer tyres and hotter temperatures for next weekend..should be a fun 70th Anniversary race! xD


The softer tyres and higher temperatures will mean there will be 70 punctures for the 70th anniversary race. 
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medal 6677 MODERATOR
7 days ago

Connor

Peter
Softer tyres and hotter temperatures for next weekend..should be a fun 70th Anniversary race! xD


The softer tyres and higher temperatures will mean there will be 70 punctures for the 70th anniversary race. 



No all the teams will just use 2 stop strategy and not risk on 1 Stop strategy as clearly high tyre usage and longer stints not healthy at Silverstone! 
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medal 6348 MODERATOR
7 days ago

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Connor

Peter
Softer tyres and hotter temperatures for next weekend..should be a fun 70th Anniversary race! xD


The softer tyres and higher temperatures will mean there will be 70 punctures for the 70th anniversary race. 



No all the teams will just use 2 stop strategy and not risk on 1 Stop strategy as clearly high tyre usage and longer stints not healthy at Silverstone! 



More pistops = a more exciting race. 😁 Yay!
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medal 6677 MODERATOR
7 days ago

Connor

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Connor

Peter
Softer tyres and hotter temperatures for next weekend..should be a fun 70th Anniversary race! xD


The softer tyres and higher temperatures will mean there will be 70 punctures for the 70th anniversary race. 



No all the teams will just use 2 stop strategy and not risk on 1 Stop strategy as clearly high tyre usage and longer stints not healthy at Silverstone! 



More pistops = a more exciting race. 😁 Yay!



1 stop races usually are pretty boring strategy wise and not alot of undercut overcut opportunities or change of order. So multi stop strategy should bring more excitement atleast I hope.
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medal 6001
7 days ago
It definitely made the end of the race interesting. If red bull didn't stop max to try to get fastest lap they could have won it, although the tyres they took off were damaged and could have gone as well. The nature of the circuit will always push tyres to their limits, Pirelli will be having investigations as the tyres didn't even make the distance that they said they would. Hoping it pushes everyone into a 2 stop race next weekend. It will make things very interesting behind the mercs... 
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medal 6597
6 days ago
It's been sometime since somebody rocked a 3 stop strategy in a regular race, if the tyre nature is like anything we saw yesterday, some would definitely like to try that out.
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medal 6677 MODERATOR
6 days ago

Neil
It's been sometime since somebody rocked a 3 stop strategy in a regular race, if the tyre nature is like anything we saw yesterday, some would definitely like to try that out.



3 stop won't be the fastest strategy at Silverstone, with what's happened yesterday and next week softer tyre compound 2 stop strategy is what will be used. 
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medal 6597
5 days ago
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Neil
It's been sometime since somebody rocked a 3 stop strategy in a regular race, if the tyre nature is like anything we saw yesterday, some would definitely like to try that out.



3 stop won't be the fastest strategy at Silverstone, with what's happened yesterday and next week softer tyre compound 2 stop strategy is what will be used. 

Yup, but we can always count upon Haas and Gunther Steiner for entertainment with strategies though. Calling a Haas double points finish with 3 stops, they don't like to go with the crowd :)
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