|16th October 2018, 21:44|
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|29th October 2018, 13:30|
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Well that's it done. Bit low key to win the championship but not get to stand on the podium, but 4th place was enough to seal it.
|12th November 2018, 02:16|
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From hero to zero for Max at the Brazilian GP today, I felt for him until I saw him repeatedly shoving Ocon in the weigh room after the race, no excuse for that behaviour, very childish, as Lewis told him pre podium, he had more to lose than Ocon & shouldn't have put himself in that position.Last edited by lotus33; 12th November 2018 at 02:32.
One downside of ever younger & younger new drivers is a lack of experience & maturity.
Interestingly, in 2001 Jaun Pablo Montoya had a healthy lead of the same race when he was taken out by a certain Jos Verstappen, who he had just lapped.
|12th November 2018, 10:15|
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It was Ocon's fault. 100%. But Max could've given him more space, just to be safe, knowing it's Ocon (would do the same with Magnussen f.e.).
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