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Review of Suzuka by Matthew Roddan

Thanks to a good start Hamilton lead the race from start to finish. This is his best season by far.

Although many would not consider Singapore a success it was certainly lucky that he suffered a DNF at the only race he had no hope of winning due to the Ferrari dominance.

Back to Suzuka, we saw a fairly mundane race with the main action once again being provided by Max Verstappen and the rest of the pack squabbling over positions seven to twelve. Max has a great future albeit now somewhat in the balance due to uncertainty about the future of Red Bull. That said, if Red Bull do leave F1 (unlikely) Max will no longer be tethered to Red Bull and may even find himself at the front of the queue for Kimi’s seat at Ferrari in 2017.

 

 

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We have seen throughout the season that the Merc is by far and away the superior package. However, we have also seen that the Merc package struggles once it is in the dirty air amongst traffic. If Hamilton or Rosberg are not occupying the front row they often struggle throughout the race.

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Our launch coincides with the Japenese Grand-prix at Suzuka and the anniversary of the fateful crash of Jules Bianchi. A feature of the race will be the gap between Ferrari and Mercedes, come the finish line. Have Mercedes bounced back from their dismal performance of Singapore or have Ferrari genuinely started to compete ?

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By Matthew Roddan