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  1. I assume it will still be on “normal” Disney plus six odd months down the line, so I don’t have too much problem with the concept of paying extra as an alternative to the cinema when it’s brand new, but the pricing is mental considering the local cinemas are £4.99 a ticket (and there are only two of us).
  2. I’d imagine the stewards had a finger hovering over the radio button, ready to order Mercedes to stop the car the second it did start flailing bits of carbon fibre everywhere, but it’s pretty standard/common for a driver with a flat to complete the lap as fast as they’re able to, just that’s usually to the pits rather than the finish line. I mean Bottas did it a lap or two earlier and I’ve not seen anyone suggest he was in the wrong.
  3. Pretty common with F1 books. It usually seems almost every victory is down the the individual brilliance of the author, whereas any loss is due to someone else’s mess up.
  4. Adrian Newey’s book is in the Kindle Daily deal: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B073TS2ZWN/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1595913432&sr=1-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&dpPl=1&dpID=41Zw3qyDYkL&ref=plSrch
  5. I liked it in Skyrim as a constantly improving skill so you could craft and improve better weapons and potions, and can spam out as many of an item as you have ingredients for. It’s rubbish in things like Animal Crossing where I still can’t make something I want out of wood and metal because I’ve never received the recipe for some other random but of furniture I need to make first for some reason, and you can only do one thing at a time.
  6. In terms of directors I think it’s just Tarantino, Cohen Brothers, Sofia Coppola and George Lucas. I thought Edgar Wright too, but it turns out there’s a 1995 debut I’d never heard of until now. Probably not managed any actors.
  7. There must be more to it than simply calling them in for different tyres, or that’s every team breaking the rules every race.
  8. I thought they might be wanting to get a potential Hamilton replacement in there as an understudy, but I suppose it makes things easier to have a driver picking up enough points to seal the constructors and grab the odd win when Lewis has an off day, but not be quite close enough for it to be a serious WDC challenge over the course of a season.
  9. No wonder Russell’s last if he’s running with no tyres.
  10. I was thinking similar about Bottas failing to catch Max
  11. I’m 364 if there’s any interest.
  12. The collision looked unavoidable after Albon stuck his car there. Kind of a “technically in the right as he’d got a wheel in front, but there was no other possible outcome”.
  13. Probably shouldn’t have drunk from the champagne before spraying it
  14. Presumably they can still reverse the penalty tomorrow lunchtime, unless it’s only Red Bull who get that privilege.
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