6 Burst results for "Sharla Clare"

"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

04:45 min | 3 months ago

"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Second is your healthcare social club, presumably has seen the video of the great URL social experience in Russia, I guess, probably shouldn't mention that. I think you go anyway. 254 points, hot rubber, 5th, 253 points. It's a liquor lander Norris, all the favors. Not all pods are created equal. It's 5th, 60s, remembering the great vista oh no, the great Verstappen leclerc rivalry from just earlier this year that is sadly no longer with us. Better than worst GP. Yes, that's correct. You were 7 sometimes 40 points. 8th was tech rabbits, which I never use their little plus card wild card used. That's interesting. 90s Scuderia morning replay very good, very big fan. Intent is the company called on 227 points. I can't have it I do. I can tell you how I did. Do very badly. Did very badly indeed. Out of 500 and how many entries we got 525, I was 433rd, so bottom 100 on a 121 points, my tame. All the teams now could drop. The team's very not good. The team is Sharla Clare. I guess good points, but you didn't see that Fernando Alonso. He actually had a good ride. So I'm glad he was enabled Valtteri Bottas out of the race on his second lap thanks to Nicholas Latifi. Kevin Magnussen didn't even score points. Terrible this weekend, brother. I don't even know what happened to them. Pierre gasly, actually, I guess he had a good ride. He started with a peat line, which was bad. We scored points very good for him. And Ferrari actually makes me wonder why I scored so badly. I feel like that team was sort of half all right. Yeah, well, I was a much better to be honest. I was 406th for the Belgian Grand Prix. And it was a mixed bag. As opposed to a lock bag on for like, it was never understood that fries, but anyway. What a self addressed sized locked bag stamp 9. Now the lock bag was the address. Anyway, we'll talk about Australia's funniest home videos next week on both neutrals. I'm sure. It was, so I had Valtteri Bottas, Sergio Pérez. Oh, that's okay. Lando Norris will Fernando also, the best driver in the world. And Carlos Sainz. So why did you score so badly? I was probably more the lending Norris investment effect. So I guess it's my Grand Prix perhaps. Letting it stand. Yeah, it makes bag, but obviously everyone just does a better job. Honestly. OJ team Weibo takes me your waves because I don't know how you do it consistently. Same with leaker Lando Norris. It allows it every single week. Yes. Or the other team in homage, rob James 5 minute highlights, which is leading the overall standings I can tell you 2007 out of 34 points, the same points as a shame that Ginsburg has in the super cars. Second is like a Lando Norris on 2713 points. That's only what's that 15 18, but less than 20 points. I know it's not it's 21 points. Great maths by me. And then sorry, they're the top two. The other top two locked in a pretty tight battle because next are they still not very far behind. It's brony team one, Jennifer sees, he's not too far behind 2696 points. Yuki cookie is fourth, too late for plan G, yes, I've been enjoying all of the plans. Yeah, was it McLaren that was plan G, incredible? I can't even remember two plans. Spa rain is 6th Ricard, don't call it a comeback while not yet, anyway, 7th, 8th, we're not in Stuttgart anymore, tojo. This team won and tenth is Michael please. So familiar top tier. I feel like we're really consolidating the top of the order of formula mcginley. Yeah, so just like the real thing, the form of them again, the formula for goodness gracious and forming the mcginley typically. It's a fighter complaint. So everyone just we need to find a way to shake the system or game it. Responsibly, of course. But I just looking at our overall standing job. I can tell you I'm not much better in the overalls three, three 97 on what is that 1960 points. Just not doing very well. I'm not sure where you are in the order of, I can't remember what you're doing. Well, I'm 380. You've taken the internal lead. So I have a Y two K bug of points of 1999. So far. Maybe that's where it's going to stop. Yeah, planes will fall out of the sky. Cassio is a digital television tool safe to work properly. I'll explode. I'll explode. Very surprised no one's done a conspiracy theory documentary about the Y two K bug. Oh yes. One of the great, one of the great foods is the Y two K bug. The other four for you can buy little and you can go box due to a

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"sharla clare" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

06:30 min | 5 months ago

"sharla clare" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"The podcast today by agron prieto Alex kalanos, Jess mcfadden. We missed you guys last week after Silverstone, not that we don't love Hayden and Kev. And I'm joined by Megan white, who is at his home from home back at the accommodation. From the track today. So Megan would come to you first. You've been there. Your first time to the Red Bull rings are less about how you, what you made of it. Yeah, it was incredible. I mean, it's only my third Grand Prix weekend. My first Barcelona earlier this season, and then I was always still last weekend. And I've got to say the rebel ring was my favorite that I've been to so far. It's an incredible circuit. It's nestled in the mountains, beautiful scenery. And just a really well organized event. None of the problems that we had in Barcelona surfaced. There were no cues in cues for people trying to get in sufficient food, which was always nice. So it was an absolutely fantastic experience from that perspective. You know, brilliant brilliant circuit couldn't recommend the circuit enough. The only problem I would say was the fans. And that's a really sad thing to have to say after a Grand Prix weekend, you know? Everyone's gone to have a great time. Everyone's gone to enjoy themselves, but they're from my experience being out among the fans and wandering around. I didn't like the atmosphere really. I thought it was quite a, it was a highly charged atmosphere, which can be a good thing, but this one wasn't. Of a certain driver? Yeah, so, you know, I don't mean to be negative, but the vast majority of fans there were Max Verstappen fans, so it does skew the percentage of each driver's fans that were behaving badly, but the vast majority of fans with F one driver and they were not behaving well. We saw I saw groups of fans from who supported other drivers who generally seem to be behaving quite well. But, you know, a good example is one night we were leaving the circuit and there was a Verstappen fan publicly urinating and a group of Mercedes staff members walked past in their team gear and he shouted jeering and shouting at them and that was after qualifying. The whole atmosphere that all that kind of behavior was really symptomatic of the way that I felt like people were behaving. There was a lot of excessive alcohol consumption. There was a lot of what I would say like a log on out. You know, I'm not opposed to people going and having a good time at a circuit, but I do think that especially given what we've heard from other fans you've been there this weekend, there is definitely a limit and it was way surpassed by the behavior of the people who are there this weekend. Let's get into it straight away. We're going to talk about we've got an hour to do this. And we're going to talk about the result. And it's a fantastic result for Sharla Clare, not necessarily for Ferrari because of reliability woes. But this has been a horrible topic to get into, but let's just get into it and cover it off Jess. I mean, can you talk us through how you sum up some of the new stories that we've heard coming out of Austria? Yeah, I mean, again, probably important to note that I don't think it is just a problem with Austria. We've since had multiple stories come out from Silverstone last week as well. I've had a lot of people DMed me because I've been quite vocal about this topic on my own social channels and I have a lot of people reach out to me and tell me things that have happened both this weekend and last weekend. And as you say, it's a very last year last season was extremely charged and I think that we're still kind of feeling the rumblings of that in terms of the dynamic between British fans, Dutch fans, Lewis Hamilton supporters, Max Verstappen supporters. First off, I think we're very brave to take to Twitter and share their stories and say, this is happening. This just happened to me or happened to a friend or I witnessed this. And I think it was just the volume of people that were coming out and as to Meghan's point, it seemed to be that this track in particular has a reputation. I actually had a lot of people reach out to me and say that it was the same even back in 1985, a fan said that they witnessed a lot of lousy behavior. My only real experience of heavily. We don't want to make this about gross generalizing groups of people. So I'm definitely not wanting to start this out as like it being Dutch fans. I don't think that's fair. I think for all of this, it is a minority of people that are ruining it for the majority. As often is the case, but my first Grand Prix was spa 2014. Going as a fan. Well, I've been to Silverstone for a couple of odd but never race day. And it was my full my first full weekend. And I found the Dutch know how to party, right? They are there for a good time. And when I was there, they had full hgv vehicles with DJ booths and double beds in it and they were going until 5 o'clock in the morning and there were fireworks being set off at 5 o'clock in the morning. And I will say as a fairly young fan at the time, it was quite intimidating. But luckily I never received any bad behavior towards me. But I think the number of people that have said that bad things have happened to them. Yeah, the amount of stories that are coming out, I think it's just concerning and it's caused a lot of people to look inwardly at what the sport is doing. And I think there was enough of a rumbling that F one felt the need to power statement, which is good, but yet again, we're here, we're actually, is what we need just a statement or what are they going to do the to back this up? Because the fear I have that happens a lot when we come to these areas of or start talking about problems between fans or harassment or social injustice is that governing bodies or companies can hide behind these statements and go, well, we box tick that. We addressed it. We said it was a barren. We said we won't stand. But actually, what does that mean? The issue that I have is that what we don't want is for F one to pass the buck to the circuit promoter and a circuit promoter to keep passing the buck back to F one. There needs to be as a collective as a championship, just as the FIA as a governing body needs to come together with everybody involved and go, how do we stop this kind of behavior happening? Because one of the really upsetting things that I've seen is that people are now talking about not going to races because of this behavior. To

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"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

07:45 min | 6 months ago

"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Gags for me. This is full real overreaction with Jared and robbo style music that he has a bad Grand Prix, so I can't wait to get stuck into it. All of the spiciest takes all of the hottest takes on Ferrari's engine failures, Max Verstappen winning against Sergio pyrrhus, and the South African Grand Prix. Is it back? Not right now, but maybe later. That's all to come on this episode of box of neutrals. Oh, you want to listen to box of neutrals? Well, how about you fill out this form? Mila one. Ah. Well, as they say, in this part of the world, as is customary, when talking about the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, well done rob. I think a well done is in order. Well done for me, well done for Baku for just existing at doing it again. Slightly less well done for backup for not having what was almost seemingly the traditional lacking Grand Prix or the wacky or the unusual podium because had you said a couple of years ago, tell me that hey Siri, tell me the results of the 2022 Azerbaijan. My Siri actually turned on. It was and it said, Sergio Pérez is in a Red Bull finished second. Or third wherever he ended up. And I don't remember the results, but I don't remember the order of the results, but I have a rough idea where everyone was. And then I would say, oh, that's oddly unusual. However, the Max Verstappen and Sergei Perez on the podium is not an unusual pairing anymore. No. To come normalized, Michael. And this saving equally normalizing was Ferrari back to it. Back to its usual ways. And there was no tar explosion. There was no, not even a safety car period interrupts the Grand Prix. So this was very much a out of the last recent few Azerbaijan Grand Prix. It was very much off paced to what we're used to. So I didn't know how I felt about it. Off paste in the sense it was very much on paste, I guess. It was very much, it could have been any other Grand Prix, really, you could have believed it was any other race, a little bit overtaking, not a lot. Some virtual safety cars. Ferrari absolutely back to its very best or worst. Let's start with Ferrari and Sharla Clare and he's absolutely roasting tidal ambitions at this point. There's still a long way to go. There's still what is it? 14. 14 races still to go. That's probably like what's that? The 2000 Formula One season, something like that, there's still a lot of races still to go. But just to talk about this is one of my better stats of the week. He was 30 four points ahead of Max Verstappen after winning the Australian Grand Prix. We all remember the Australian Grand Prix had good was it to have Formula One back in Australia. After this race though, 34 points down. Now 46 points up at the start, I can't get my stats out 46 up in Australia, 34 down after Azerbaijan Grand Prix. That's something like an 80 point turnaround. These lost 16 points per race. To Max Verstappen since Melbourne. 16 points. That's very substantial. Gerald Robert, what do you think this would be split down the middle? I think, because it's still early days yet, there's enough of a momentum in the season, I think, where they could conceivably turn the ship around, but the good ship Ferrari though has many Tony boulevard S escapades. Crushing gets a piece. And having to be rescued on multiple occasions. So yeah, it does feel like it was very unusual I did it know how to feel about Ferrari early on in the season because they're doing too well. So I think it's going to happen where there will be shown for what they really are. And yet here we are, which is not what I wanted because you want to see Carlos and the goods. Great pairing those two. So don't get me wrong. Big fan, big fan of the scenario at the moment. They're the underdog for the first time in quite a long time. So. It is mildly alarming because how did I get out of this funk? And also for Carlos. As he just stopped just making so many unforced errors, which is very much, well, funnily enough. It's almost like everyone's kind of in the wrong team. Carlos was obviously thriving at McLaren. Daniel Ricciardo not so much. So it's like everyone's kind of in. There's half the group that's just with the wrong time. But nonetheless, but yeah, as you said, Ferrari's title ambitions are a little bit a little bit shaky because the momentum is not going their way whatsoever. The thing is, the thing that I find really interesting about Ferrari this year, other than the fact that for a little while they look like they were doing really well, which didn't seem on brand, but now obviously we realized it was actually very much so. Is that ahead of this weekend? I don't know if you saw this. I can't remember where I came from where it was reported either I'm afraid, but Mathieu but not it might have just been the press conference. Sort of came out. You know, he's asked about the fact that Ferrari's got all these reliability problems. This was before the race mind you as well, because we do we have seen since they brought their first engine upgrade. I think it was to Miami, wasn't it? So that's what it's at four or 5 rounds ago. They're being engine problems for all of the Ferrari cars. The works cars, the customer teams, last week in Monaco in the race there were three engine failures over the course of the weekend 305 days or MGK fabulous or whatever, just over the course of that weekend and customer teams, obviously like clip, in Spain. All that kind of stuff. It's been going on. It's well known that they've got this issue and they don't understand it. When the team and I say to hit it this weekend oh you know like this is not a direct quote obviously. We're just happy to be competitive. We didn't expect to be contending for the championship this year and we're just happy to see that we've made progress. I don't want to hear that from Ferrari. I don't want to hear from the team principal of the only team capable at this point in time of racing with Red Bull Racing to make this a championship fight that he's just happy to bathe it. It's very much you almost need the who's the current president of Ferrari. Who is the person? The young sprightly guy. Elkins. John elkin. Yes. With two ends. Yes. It was named the front of press conference and say we will be winning we will be we'll be world champions again within the next three years. That kind of thing. Forget about playing finals. We're going, we're going all the way. No more baby steps anymore because we keep making those little ambitions and look where it's got us. We need to go, we need to I am super high and not even aim for the stars and land on the moon. We're landing on the stars, don't you worry, is what's going on in Ferrari. That's the kind of messaging that I want to see. Not like we're doing better than we thought. What does that tell me about your tape? Imagine starting up to work at Ferrari, one of the imagine out of context you had no context of understanding the history of Ferrari and its standing in the sport and the role that it plays..

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"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"JC 8 M or something. Something like that. Yeah, it's what a great Turner, and the Carlos Carlos. The Sergio Pérez biography. Into his Formula One curry will be certainly interesting because he's definitely he's definitely back ended his career with a lot of success, which is, which is great to say. I mean, Monaco Grand Prix win for him. Let's be honest. World championship window isn't out of the equation, but for him. The emotion of the podium, I think, because this is, if you don't win a world title, I'm guessing winning the Monaco Grand Prix is probably just as good. And there's probably lucky luckily a few drivers who started praises. Holding, holding the door shots on some potential, you know, protocol sons. Grand Prix of Monaco Grand Prix winners like and then you work out. So the world from ever going back to Red Bull, at least in the short term. So yeah, good on him. Got on him. Get around him. Just a couple of quick ones before we move on from the Monaco Grand Prix. I do want to point out that Tony C pointed out on the Discord channel. You can go and join Discord channel at box of neutrals dot com. While the clerks do fails to win the Monaco Grand Prix, home Grand Prix, he's former teammate Marcus Ericsson, has taken one step towards the Triple Crown by winning the Indy 500 overnight who'd have thought. I mean, very different. Korea's going on here and look for a theoretically still in the twice till the title fight, not theoretically, but it's just I just thought that was a nice little factoid. I tell you what, the list of people in who have criterion for the Triple Crown as it were, professional membership. Restricted. Yes, yes. Once again, your scarf. It's not very much. It's $200. Have to wear a collar. As well. Sorry, other people who are close to it include such great names as Takuma Sato. As people who are close up to the Triple Crown, then Sharla Clare ever will be. Good moment. Probably ever will be. I feel like I wish him well. But I feel like that's going to be a defining narrative of his whole career. Maybe you know what? He'll do retire without winning the Monaco Grand Prix. And then come back for one race like Jenson Button did in Monaco and somehow luck into a miraculous victory with Aston Martin or something like that. I think that's what's going to happen to him. And just finally, I want to talk about Mick Schumacher because he had a massive crash. Although weirdly, it was not as big as the wreckage looked. Big Fox mesh. For me, but no doors were damaged though because there's no doors in Formula One car. It wasn't as fast as it looked, but what one? That has car has a habit of just disassembling itself. Just saying the rear gearbox or a car and loves to detach itself. It's horrifying, so it's not a plan. It makes your heart give it back when you see it. But thankfully, the result was, of course, different than the last time that occurred. But apparently that's designed to happen with these cars. I don't think we've had one big enough with these currents. That's apparently design feature, but obviously at all worked out okay, and yeah, not great for me because he, I guess last year was kind of hidden by the. Retracted driver. In the state last year, that magnificent currently occupies. And now obviously, magnifying glasses on him because obviously Magnussen what he's got bloody points to his points. Kevin Magnussen is tenth with 15 points. Daniel Ricciardo has 11 points. That's not good. How many points is Fernando Alonso I have while you got that out? Fernando Alonso has even worse. Ten. Incredible, isn't it? All these midfielders. One of the things interesting about Mick Schumacher. Like you say, last year, I didn't really talk about it. It also was his rookie year and the car was terrible. I was an objectively bad car. This year Kevin Magnussen a is showing him up. B, that crash streak of Schumacher's isn't going away. This is his second big crash of the year after sabi. I mean, the last team again, with the budget capital, that kind of stuff prize money, they're not, they're not bankrupt like they used to be all close to bankrupt. It's still very expensive to rebuild a whole car. They're not bringing any upgrades for several more rounds and I think it's really interesting good designer said in his press release, by the way, not like a question from a journalist that caught him on the wrong part. Like, you know, you think about the words are going to a press release. It's not very satisfactory having a big crash again. We need to see how we move forward from here. It does feel like now that Haas has got its mojo back, it's got Kevin Magnussen back, bloody loves Kevin Magnussen. The cars obviously decent I megs and would have scored points again, had he not had a Ferrari engine problem in this race. It suddenly feels like Mick Schumacher is expendable..

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"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

Box of Neutrals

05:52 min | 7 months ago

"sharla clare" Discussed on Box of Neutrals

"Stephen black. Goodbye. Tonight. And when we come back, another break. Yeah, that was a bad episode of. The finest millionaire. Murray walker. The crossover we all wanted, surely. I'd like to think somewhere that's I've had four cores. I can't even guess one collingwood player. Is this a sports station? Are you people trying to ring up three AW? Oh, that is memories. Absolute memories. He had a ghost Sebastian riddle. I thought it was interesting. He had a go. In F one, you get a guy. Hey buddy, gotta go. It's really interesting every day I need to think about Sebastian Vettel because he's changed so much in some I can't tell exactly when. I don't know if it's when he was at Ferrari and we just didn't notice as much. The real pivot. Yes, there's a substantial pivot. Yeah. This is a man who I think, you know. Yes, he is a Grand Prix driving he admitted that he was quite not quite a hypocrite for doing what he does. But I think he offsets it in different ways. Of course, I think the other the glaringly obvious one is that shampoo is a weekly for him. Not that there's anything wrong with that Michael. There was a pivot in his obviously the picking up the rubbish after that. These are all noble valley. I'm not bagging him for it. I think it's excellent. But I'll be very curious to just, yeah, just pinpoint, what did it for? Yes. It's a really quite serious, he's one of the great, I think advocates for social responsibility and as a being a global citizen, quote unquote, which is anyway, buzzword, but he actually he walks most of the talk because he's still an F one driver, but yeah, that's his advice. He's only human. Yeah, exactly. It's better than, yeah. It's better than having other vices. I'm paying money. Fucking bang. Jeez, a lot of side effects today. It's been good, it's been good on me. Yeah, so I thought it was interesting. I mean, let's not forget. I mean, it's barely recognizable from his Red Bull days. Yeah. And for those who criticize him for being a hypocrite even though he admitted it, I think what's really interesting watching him is that he's coming to terms with these different ideas of his sense of self. And let's not forget he's living his dream as a Formula One driver, right? And now realizing that actually that dream could be bad. It's a very difficult thing to reconcile, I would imagine. Yeah. And again, that's the whole point of that hate about him being human. And obviously I think, yeah, it does cross his mind what he does for a living and how that snap, because let's face it. For most of these, I guess, adolescence and early adulthood. He's been ruthless, very selfish in terms of how he's, you know, his F one career. And obviously, and it's always, I should do a PhD on this Michael. I'm going to go to university and cover the two tenths a lap that you lose once you have children. Ah, yes. Doesn't he have four kids now? He has yeah, he's got a number two, I believe. Which is fine, but. We often say once fundraisers family people from Sergio Pérez, but that's a discovery later in life, but it's just in a good car now. Yeah, like Sebastian, he's red ball years. Just I just don't think it's possible for him to come back to that because he now has so many other distractions. And I say distractions in the north as possible way. Yes. It's the wrong word. He has enough things to do. That's still not as, I don't know. He has enough on his plate. It's why I'm trying to get at. Yeah, he's got other priorities. He has other things to think about not just how is he going to screw over this way, you know? Those are the days, surely those are the days. And just quickly, the Monaco Grand Prix is not this weekend, but the next weekend. They've got, it feels like it's getting longer, the sort of Monaco motor sport festival month when they've got all different stuff happening around those tracks that formula a couple of weeks ago, like we said, there was a historic demonstration event this weekend and Sharla Clare was in it obviously lives in Monaco is the only legit monegasque on the whole greed or at least in the driving capacity. He's driving Niki Lauda's 1974 Ferrari and he crashed it at the the breast cast. Except for the swimming pool. Yes. Or the chicane. She's a better be called. It better be raska. I'm pretty sure it's right. I think you're right. I think it's RAS cats. It was a brake problem in the end. It wasn't just these fault it was going pretty slow anyway. But this is, as you mentioned, I think earlier on. He has never. This is his worst track and his whole career is Monaco's home track. He has never seen a checkered flag in Monaco ever in his life. Never see the chicken flag. If I cross the line again, in fact, I've got some audio of Charles Leclerc crossing the after he's accident. You space.

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"sharla clare" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

The Autosport Podcast

05:38 min | 7 months ago

"sharla clare" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast

"He was trying too hard, but that was probably a second place was the best he would have done today. Yeah, I think there's two elements to his race. One is the start, just didn't get off the line, just he reacted well enough, but it was that secondary phase just didn't accelerate very well and ends up back behind Lando Norris, battled back very nicely and was putting Perez under pressure, but I think you saw as both stints wore on the Red Bull just had enough pace in hand. It was kindly on its tires. That was the key difference. He said that it just seems that with that one practice session they had on Friday being wet. The work they had to do would obviously be an even more difficult, not having that data to rely on. It just seems to suggest that Red Bull did the better job. Red Bull also came here with a few updates. I think they've made that car better, but they've also worked on it. The big problem in Australia, massive one was just to balance is all over the place. And you've heard that complaints of Max Verstappen quite a lot. So far, the first few races. And I think that just took Red Bull clear of Ferrari, which haven't bought any updates yet. And I think leclerc knew he was under pressure. And it was a mistake. It was his first big mistake of the year and what's interesting is that he was sort of saying in Australia. Look, I'm not having to overdrive. I'm not having to put these big efforts in to get higher places because the car is so good. And the first time where it was clearly a step behind Red Bull, he's gone and done it, so he's going to be, he should be disappointed in himself for that. He realized that that part of the track that she came was the only bit where the Ferrari was faster, that lower speed tighter corners. They're definitely going to win Monaco, 100%, they're going to have one to be there. And Red Bull absolutely going to walk it at Monza. It's not going to be happy hunting grounds. It's just the nature, the difference, the natures of the two cars are so different. But yeah, so he was trying too hard, trying to stay in the DRS of Perez and that Spider-Man to the barriers. And he's going to he's going to be downbeat. Judging by what we've seen from him before, he'll probably respond well from it. In terms of second driver status, Perez doing exactly what he should in fact, there's an article you can read on autosport dot com now written by Luke just after the race, which points out this is the best Red Bull Finnish first one two since Malaysia 2016, and this is what Red Bull have not had, which is when there's a fast approaching competitor, which has always been Lewis Hamilton and this year's is Sharla Clare, that they have their second driver because he is. Behind max at a decent distance to do that job. And of course they did it at the end of last season, but this is surely Perez. Saying, right, I know exactly what I'm here to do. And in a different way than I felt as time went on as a Mercedes. You know, if Bottas and Hamilton were racing, I don't know, maybe you disagree with this. I always got the feeling that Bottas was a little more like, oh, he might have a go here because on a good day Bottas is so fast. I always feel with Red Bull, like Perez is never going to be up. I'll have a go for staff and he just did his job. I thought perfectly today. He's very much max's team, isn't it? You wouldn't expect Perez to challenge him and he's far too clever for that. But early stage of the season, if they will to will, I think he'd still have a go, but he wouldn't squeeze him, wouldn't put it anything over the edge. Yeah, I've been pretty critical of Perez Jeremiah time. The last couple of years doing this role, particularly when he joined Red Bull, obviously at the start of 2021, because he wasn't able to get close to max. And that still has borne out. You know, other than qualifying in Saudi Arabia and then again today, there have been moments where he's still got himself pushed off or pushed out of position at the start and made his life harder and he got the second place in Australia, but really that was only because it was Verstappen retiring. He was the minimum he was so far back. But today, and this weekend, very, very impressive. What on Sergio Pérez? As I say, I think it helps that the Red Bull was quicker, and it's imola, and it's difficult to pass and things like that. But yeah, fair play to him. Well done. Just the gap is how Red Bull need it. Verstappen clear and doing the winning and Perez backing him up excellently. Now, sometimes we go back and do the race chronologically and it doesn't always tell the full story, but actually Jess, we should do today because so much of the final result was from lap one, in case people are wondering, oh yeah, why was Carlos Sainz a DNF and why did Danny Ricciardo finish last? Well, it's all because of that first lap. When they were correct me, I want to say 5th and 6. You know, they came together. You heard that massive. From the Italian fans, there's a moment of that on the onboard where Ricardo has to do a correction, and that might be where he kind of puts him back into the path a little bit more of the Ferrari. What do you think? That's a racing incident, really. I think Ricardo, if you're going to apply a any kind of scale of blame, maybe, as you say, the correction kind of skewed him into the side of Carlos. I don't think Carlos was at fault at all. But it's one of those things on your battling and they're both trying to climb up. They can see their teammates there in front of them and they want to get as far up. And as we found, those that made the biggest progress at the start had the better race, which again sounds like a silly thing, but the amount of progress that some drivers made at that start paved the way for the rest of the rest of the race. So it was really important and massively unfortunate and really just does not help either driver with where they want to be. And again, that sounds like a very obvious thing to say that a DNF. And starting at the back, but both those drivers are desperate for better performances to prove to their team that they can bring home the results that their teammates are. Lando Norris finishing P three, okay, fair enough off the back of leclerc's mistake. That's an amazing result for McLaren, especially if we're talking about where they started..

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