A current F1 thread?
None of my friends want anything to do with it.
Twas a bad day for drivers named Nico. Rosberg did shoot himself in the foot. Something was wrong, or he would have been on Seb's gearbox. Riccardo won Hungary last year on a late charge, Nico should have fought a different battle, a champ knows which battles to fight. Nico Hulkenberg was spurned by Ferrari then lost his wing in a shower of carbon fibre and was lucky to get away with a semi gentle head on with the barrier.
Lewis' day was just well, worse. He deserved his penalty and took his medicine like a good sport even if he did whine on the radio.
But it was a GREAT day for fans. Rather than a parade, the field had some great fights. The start was exciting and Sebastian showed how much of a driver he is, after a bad day of practice, he stayed late working with his engineers and mechanics and found the pace that dominated the field.
Force India had a really bad outing, the worst showing ever, I'd say. I've been a fan ever since they were called Jordan. Structural failures on two different spots on two different cars on the same weekend just never happens.
While commentators speculate why F1 sucks to the general public, the racing has been eventful and memorable just lately.