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Episode 27 · 11 months ago

2021 Saudi Arabian GP Race Discussion


The 2021 Saudi Arabian GP was everything that F1 shouldn't be. With several race restarts, Red Flags, Penalties, and manufactured excitement by FIA, it left a bad taste in everyone's mouths. This track was one of the most dangerous tracks we have witnessed. With all the chaos that happened yesterday, we go into the last race with Max and Lewis tied on the championship table.

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In this Episode we discuss:

  1. Ban Jeddah Corniche Circuit! 🚫
  2. Fuck these FIA Clowns 🤡
  3. Tsunoda Yeets Vettel!
  4. Massi negotiates penalties with Red Bull
  5. Max 🆚 Lewis
  6. Manufactured Excitement!
  7. No investigation required for Leclerc
  8. A Stinking Pile of 💩 

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Was it like yesterday? More like a butterfly effect, like, until you get your desert result, keep resetting your life to an alternate timeline until you get your desire. Press all keep doing. Hello and welcome back to fone fan fiction. The penultimate race, Saudi Grand Prix. Before we get into the race, stay tuned for mid episode shoutouts, as we've promised. It's the season of giving, thanksgiving, Christmas, Sura is around the corner and, as we promised, we're giving shoutouts to no matter what it is, and it's not like an install promotion sort of things. So you know, if you want your your brand to be called out, just you being a fan called out, reach out to us on INSTA, twitter, contact us at the radar fun fan fiction, or just being one of the hosts, like do whatever you want. I mean, we're giving away shoutouts, so stay tuned mid episodes. We've got a few shoutouts from fans who've written into us. And with that said, let's dive into the episode. Oh, by the way, this is going to be an explicit episode because there's that spent of frustration. That's that's build up with both me, your host, Akash and silent, and so if you're not of appropriate age or if you're listening this in Solacen with with no parents around, you've been warned and caution. This is going to be an explicit episode. With that said, let's get into the episode. What happened yesterday? Man Like, what was going on? Was it a race? I don't. Think. First of all, out of the million reasons there are, get the fuck out of Saudi area. Yes, that titually would not exist. I mean geographically for sure, maybe, but even as a racetrack. Please don't. I completely agree. I've been shouting this since, ever since I saw the track, ever since, like photos have come out, I have always been of the opinion that the one should be racing there. The track is too narrow, there are no run offs, there's no, you know, space for it making any mistakes. And that's exactly what happened yesterday. What we saw like it was a dangerous mess, wasn't it? It is, and I mean it's everything, a fun track should not have all brought in together. I mean there's elements of it which I'd love to see in tracks, of for sure, but like all brought in together, no elevation changes. So if there's this, it's basically like driving on flatsand but just concretized high street corners with no run off area. So it's like blind highest plant A. Yes, so like go tell yourself sort of thing. But it's fine if you keep this as your last race, because then some people die and you felt like new drivers coming in next season. So sure this works out, man. Yes, you know what Snee all my wife, like you know, put it perfectly yesterday and I love the way she put it. She said that Saudi AREBA loves putting people in barriers, and that's exactly what they did with the track as well. Yeah, because that's exactly what the track was. It's just surrounded by barriers, new space at all, creating these dangerous situations and then, you know, it almost felt like their idea of a good race is Chios and accidents, and they got what they wanted. Yeah, man, totally. And I feel like Mick was a bit lucky there because nothing, nothing bad happened with him. I mean what do you just describe? This is exactly what happened with make like he just ran himself off into...

...there. We've were a luck look as well, right, yeah, I mean we brought a section coming up with peress as well later in the episode. Something, something dangerous, happened with him too. Oh No, I meant about luck, luck going off in fpthree. Oh yeah, the same spot where make went. That too was was a risky off shoot from the whole whole track area. Luckily it's lucky enough to do not, you know, I've having walk away without any any more damages to himself. But man, I mean so, so beyond the beyond everything else. I mean the race result was somewhat expected, Yada, Yada. But the track, as I like to call it, and maybe maybe some other more Sports Fan and American folks listening to this, we're going to relate to this. It's drunken Daytona, basically with some squirdles around. It's drunken Daytona for me. Yeah, man, in fact it's a drunken dangers day to yeah, Daytona still feels a lot safer, right. I mean there are no blind corners at yeah, you're going at full speed almost throughout the track, but at least you see what's going on ahead of you. So still, so you can say it's more dangers than day to enough. Well, well, and then on top of that the whole the whole starting grid chaos. And I mean at this point it should just be like, you know how the how the lottery ticket has like a random run numbers. Like me see, yeah, just do that. Why? I would actually enjoy that, right, it would be fun, just like each driver going at it at the slot machine and seeing who gets the first position, the second and third and so on. Probably the only way any kit I can also get get on the starting adding grid. Right, I don't know. I mean they were, they were news coming out before they're the weekend. Where Papamas? It been like bought him a new chassis or something, not a new power unit or whatever. Right, yeah, we bought them a new car, let's put it, because Ha has wasn't doing much. Well, well, good for him, because he crashed after make so at least he got to drive it more. But to add to the whole drama or the weekend, man, and here comes the shit show. What the Fuck was FIA doing? Yeah, it's insane. It felt like some called students are running it. It didn't feel like a professional sport, didn't feel like it's like a top class organization. At all. It was chaos, like Michael Massey was lost. All the teams were just, I think, being aggressive to him, I guess, because he seemed flustered as well in those radio calls. It's it's everything is just weird. I don't understand all the penalties that went by, all the negotiations that were going on before the second start between Massy and red bull. Like how the fuck is it a negotiation with it, you know? I mean whatever's towards decide is the final decision. You are not little, really, randall of nore hey bed a kid coming right. Yeah, that whole thing made no sense, especially she have to the secondary start right when that that radio between Red Bull and Michael Massive, where he sees are you okay with P too? I mean what are do they have an option of seeing you? I Want P one, and if they say that, are you going to listen? Like, what the fuck was that? And you totally forgot about Hook on. He completely forgot that cook on. Wasn't that in that equation? He's like Hamilton, Poe and Max me to and then the red bull guy is like okay, what about Hook on? Then he's like Oh yeah, sorry, I forgot about that and let it like seriously, do it. You're the Swiss detected. So so, I'M NOT gonna...

...lie here, but like, I didn't watch the first thirty six episodes live. I saw that as an after fact. And, having seen as an after fact, you mean thirty six laps? Yeah, Wea what did I say? Yeah, thirty six lab episode. I was sorry. Yeah, the first thirty six laps. I saw it as an after fact, as a whole replay, I like. Having seen it as an after fact, I'm like, why did I even waste my time watching you and and the thirteen and and like the fourteen or whatever laps, and I did see live. Well, like the other the other cars were in the garage and only Max and Louis were were on the track. I've got like so much frustration pent up. I mean, you guys are listening to this on audio. You can't see it on video like sor I can see me right now. I'm visibly frustrated at this point. Oh cash, I think you have a hair just fell of Hudn't visitly frustrated this point. It's like and and freak man, because there were so many good battles going on and I could. The only place I saw these battles were like the names shuffling on the latter and I'm like, okay, I do I don't care. I don't want to see Louis driving alone on the track. Like show me these battles, especially the last two lapsaid the awesome battle between ooker and boot ask. We were just denied of that. I mean, what the fuck, Ma No. Now coming back to FIA clouds. So so the first penalty that goes out was like a five second penalty for Max and then another ten second penalty for this one. This one, and I don't want to blame it on Lewis or Max, because if we could be really honest, like this wasn't like a driver's sport lose. Max was told from the garage that, hey, we got to let Louis Pass. Sure Louis wasn't told from the garage that Max is going to let you pass a go. So at the end of the day, this is a garage problem, Yep, and we and in the way problem. Yeah, and we spoken about this in the past too, like why are drivers getting penalized for something that is not their fault, like Fia get your shit together, because you need to start thinking of regulations where you start penalizing the the pit crew, the garage and the Constructor Championship at this point, because it's not a driver's problem, and a fifteen second total penalty. How do you think quade this, with like a fucking Max, would have been dead at this point? Fifty G crash receiving a ten second stop and go penalty? Yeah, like my that's that's my benchmark in life at this point. Like, if anything good, Dad, I'm going to equate it to Max, saying a life courtesy of Louis Hamilton, with a fifty g crash and getting like a ten second stopping go penalty. The whole thing was very weird. First of all, the let's talk about that weird crash that we saw, like the slowing down everything that was maken. Okay, so the main assues that Fi fucked up. They created the situation because they did not. I mean it's simple, right, like you tell the driver behind first that you're supposed to a say pintal the driver I head that, give the position that and they they did the exact opposite. Like what what sense done? What sense did it me I don't understand. And okay, that happened. They crashed. Fine, then, I think. So we're stopping. Still had the even position. Then again, I think he was told to give it and then he did the trick off. You know, that was slider she I mean, I loved the way he did it. So for folk probably not seeing this, who don't know what we're talking about, this is this was at the u turn of the drunken day ONA, at the other end, where Max gave Louis his position back right at a darst at detection point. So yeah, he can use himself...

...like a launch past Lewis and that's what he did. So, nonetheless, I was very cheeky from from Max do it. So yeah, no, I mean, yeah, that was cheeky and definitely I do agree that it's not exactly legal. So he was bound to give it back again, but in the meantime he got the five second penality right. So because of that he was he didn't have to give it back again. So if I created this confusions, they did the whole thing of creating the crash and everything. They still penalized wast happen, even though he tried to give the position that. I mean he really did. He did slow down. I mean, regardless of what like the whole shit storm is going on twitter about that. I I don't think there was any malicious attempt at like cashing into Hamilton. Didn't seem like, yeah, he wasn't going to make it easy for him, and that's fair enough, but he did give him ample opportunity to go. But yeah, because of miscommunication, whatever happened, happened here. But still a fire goes on and gives him a five second penalty and then again a ten second penalty for a situation that they themselves created. I mean seriously, like, what the Hell is going on? I mean it doesn't end there right like it feels like it feels like toto wolf and the whole mercedies garage is just paying off fi at this point and like, for whatever, it feels like they're probably sucking Hamilton's cock at like on a Thursday evening or whatever. How like, for those people who didn't heed your warning earlier, this is your last chance. No, Chris, I mean I'm let me put this straight. Let me put this straight. Who Does so Hamilton for winning the race, because, I mean, whatever is the situation he's cranky, I hate him whatever. Right, like, he won. He's got a better car, he's got better skills, he's a seven time world champion and sure he's won. Du Credit to him, all right. So so not taking that away. I am frustrated with all the other things that are going around, because, because let's let's come back to FIA and look, look what was happening. I think it was the first safety ca out of the second safety car, where boat has, who gets pro penalty for slowing the whole like his Delta was way off. Yeah, everyone on radio, even even even Brundle, and the British media, who's all Louis bias and mercedies biased, is also saying like this is this should not be allowed. Yet no penalty that. No penalty, like board a says like this. This podium is oh con's, like, why is Bot has there? Yeah, man, definitely both has deserved a penalty for that. I mean, you are slow. I mean, first of all, the safety car is out because of some safety situation and if safety is of utmost importance, this shouldn't be allowed. Simple as that. You can't. I mean it was very clear why he did it. He did it so that Hamilton gets the advantage of yeah, good taking that, but stop and not ending up behind Max, and definitely that shouldn't be allowed at all. He should had been realized for that. And another incident that happened, and I think Hamilton has done this before as well, is during the formation lab procedures. Right, if you have noticed, whenever, especially in the recent few DASS, whenever was stopping as ahead of him or like Matt, like Lewis, is significantly behind in the grid, he slows down. Yeah, so that you know, Max's temperatures of his brinks and tires and everything drop and he has that disorder disadvantage, and I don't agree that that's fair and this should be penalized. There should be rules against this, for sure, and it's just ultra frustrating. I feel sorry to interrupt you, but you know, one thing...

...which I get frustrated about is okay, so let me start from here. Before we started this podcast, right, I was never a fan of Hamilton in general, right, and one of my big reasons was that he would win every yeah, and of course, that he used to complains so much during the course of all the episodes that we have done I have gained a lot of, you know, respect for Lewis for his driving and his resilience, and I totally agree that. You know, I don't think a lot of drivers come close to that skill of handling both. But but people blame Max for being aggressive. I do agree he is aggressive a lot of times. Some of his, you know, moves are a little a little questionable and also sometimes a little dangerous. I do agree to that as well. But I refuse to agree that Lewis doesn't do the same. Both parties are guilty of the similar sits, similar things, just that they do it in different things. What I mean is Lewis does it in things like race procedure, like restart procedures, safety cut procedures and things like that, and nobody points fingers about that, which is very weird to me. I totally agree that he's a great driver. He, you know, is very resilient and just keeps getting stronger through the season, but at the same time you need to point fingers at the false as well, like you can't. You can't have somebody who has just positives, and I see that the same thing for Max as well, you know. But yeah, it should be equal to repent on both sides now, I think. I think with the whole management change this year and with like Fia just acting like clowns. And it's not Saud they I mean with Saudi. They've just pushed the whole limit. But like this whole season, it's just being random, noise, no consistency between how they yeah, and out points. I. Yeah, I Miss I Miss Bernie. At this point, then your kindness. Yeah, right, I never thought I would say and I would agree to this. Right, the whole management change just gotten too much. So I agree with you. Like my another reason to start disliking Louis was probably just because it was getting too monotonous this season. Finally things were getting better until, like the whole FIA should should stomp it. But yeah, yeah, anyways, let's let's wrap up this FIA topic, because I want to move past this. I want to move past these clowns and I don't want to give them one one more thing I wanted to say about that, about consistency. Right, Sonoda, yeah, completely, you did. Yes, I'm gettill out of that track for no reason at all, and he was given just a five second penalty. What are you serious there? Is there is absolutely nothing happening. FIA needs to realize. Or is the difference between pushing someone off the track causing someone life threatening in crash, and I mean again, it was a racing incidence, of fans who were then explode saying it wasn't Louis is fold. It was. Sure, yeah, the tires were involvement of the break, were involvement of whatever. The end of the day, pushing someone of the track, cutting the track and gaining advantage, almost killing someone and whatever other five six scenarios are. These are different scenarios. Please get your act together to to sort of come down with a consensus on how penalty should be given when you're playing in any of these scenarios. And there should be a...

...whole new bucket for if the pit is screwing things up, which should not be penalized to the drivers because it's not their fault. Take money away from the constructor title whatever money. In fact, big points about whatever. What if I would say exactly, but yeah, I F I seriously needs to needs to sort of now get their ships shit together, because it's getting beyond now. Yeah, any hopes. It's sad. Will let's let's pause here. Let's calm down, for at least for myself. But for myself, that's come down for a book. You know what? I thought that if, since we are according this a daily I thought that we would have more common minds. That's what I thought, but it's not. When I think about it again, I just get as was agitated I was yesterday with your yeah, yeah, totally. Well, hopefully these mid episode shoutouts are going to comet down. So Hey, folks, let's make a few shoutouts from from a few fans that have reached out to us, as promised, and just to be cleared, but not taking money for this. This is the season of giving its Christmas. This is our first year doing this podcast as a season one. If you want a shout out, just reach out to us. Find a way to reach out to us, because we've said this a couple of times. Paying us and will give you a shout out. The first one goes out from a regular fan of ours, Zunera Alum, who send this beautiful image, and I'm just going to read the whole passage that says, who am I at three am? Where do my thoughts begin? Is Really Life? This disappointing it never feels like that is day, or it is because we strangled by a schedule. There's a whole big poem. What I'm going to do is it's going to take too much time if I read the whole thing. I'm going to repost this thing. I'm going to repose this thing on our instagram page. Folks go out, listen to this, read this. Thank you, Genera for sending this lovely message. And also, she says, oh by the way, definitely do a live stream on twitch for a Buddha be she's got her whole gang set up to listen to us, so we will definitely try that. SARNS in Seattle, so that's probably going to be like half for him. So will try our best. The second message goes out for for someone WHO's launching a new payment getaway, or opay, that's launching in India. If you're a business trying to, you know, make payment getaways and make payments easier for your business to business or business to customer needs, go check out or opay. That's a you are opay and and share our love from a Fone, Fan fiction. The third one goes out to let's talk design with so numb. She's an interior designer and stylist WHO's trying to make big. If you have any new property that needs interior designing or styling, go check out our instagram page. That's interior, that's let's talk design with so numb. So thank you, folks, for reaching out to us, sending in your messages, and for folks who are listening to us at this point. Yeah, because we don't care, will, will give you a shout out, will send your message across to whatever it is. With that said, let's get back into the episode. Well, since you're ging shout outs, I have kind of a shout. Oh yeah, somebody who would reply to one of her videos? Hard talk, I think it's I think at drew tick talk. WHO's...

...the follower. I totally agree to what he or she said. It's basically that you know that, no matter who was right, that in this race, everything that could happened to make them look bad happened. And I totally agree to the settlement sentiment. Every single team, pretty much every single driver, FIA, Max views, whoever, everybody, yeah, pretty much was on their worst behavior. That's what it felt like. Everybody was making mistakes, everybody was doing some weird things, like FIA with the whole negotiation thing, Fia with the whole penalties, the Max and Lewis Confusion with the overtake and everything. You know, all of that was very weird. It really felt like amateur are then little gary crazy stuff happening outside continue. Yep, exactly, everything right, like God, I don't know. It was a huge mess, youth, stinking pile of Shit. That's I can see. More stressed after the race than ever. But yeah, I agree is thank you. Thank you, random person on on a talk what do we have next? Max Versus Lowis? Let's let's dive. Let's dive into into that. I'm glad in a sense that at least the points are tallied up at this point and it's like I'm feeling. I'm feeling that anxiety of like, you know, school time. You've got this last exam. You're just just power through that and see how you how you come out of it. Yeah, so it's good in that way. Yep, it's good. I mean, I'm I don't know, I'm split kind of, especially because you know what I would like the ill, I would like to call this race as manufactured excitement because that's what it was. Fi Fia, with their incompetency and their stupidness, have created these weird situations where external factors decide the result of the race, which I am not a fan of at all, and it's gotten too dirty. I feel like rivalries have been dirty in the past as well, but most of them have always been between drivers and it always stays within the track and between drivers. But I think what's happening now is that FIA seems to have taken up, you know, the role of being the mediator here and they're making sure that the fight stays dirty. Yeah, just for the sake of ratings, and I don't like that a bit. No, I agree with you, and I mean it's not been clean, at least even from the team principles at this point. Right, like I think you shared, you shared an image or a video with me where toto was like, oh, we'll bring everything on that there is right. I forget, I was terrible. That was terrible. Okay, so he basically compared the whole situation about the rare wing in the last three is, the penalty that they got, the disqualification and everything right. So what he basically was saying that is that we like mostly these as the team had to face a similar challenge as Lewis has had to face through his life, like in terms of racism and stuffer. I was like, dude, what the Fuck Are you comparing? Are you fucking out of your mind? Go Fuck Yourself. He's like so are you? See? He ended up comparing the oppression of being a black person to to being challenged and given a penalty for you being...

...sneaky and like doing a rear wing manipulation. Yeah, I was so part just so bad. I don't know, I don't understand. Like, yeah, I don't know, I've no words. Yeah, see, I mean, and this is this is what a don't like. I mean, ensure you want to win that Eighth Championship in like whatever, right, but at least it's detterring. I mean we're still going to watch it, but it's I don't know, how long can I can I keep doing this? Mean at this point it's all the viewers and all the messages that we get, like which makes sort of has that dope, mean release in my brain, which like okay, I want to do this for these guys, but every time I see toto and like also, on top of that, like him going nuts in the garage with like no mask on. I'm like if, if I was there a fune this guy. Any anyways, coming back to Max and Lewis and the and what you're saying, yeah, I mean it does feel like if I are sort of like manufacturing this, they probably gotten like a good marketing team at this point. Is Who's telling them even negative publicity is good public sort of thing. So it's getting to that level at this point. Credit to Louis, because at least he's using his his position in the sport to voice out his opinions, and I mean he was. He was pretty vocal about it, saying it was in my decision to be here, which is putting out a statement, which is definitely putting out a statement. So Kudos to him for doing that. Yeah, definitely. The good thing about the school thing is that these wets, like Hamilton as well as wettle as well. Right, they both have used their positions so well from all the controversy and everything, and I think I'm happy about that that they are getting a very good platform to like bring up these important messages that, you know, it's and representation matters right like. Unless the people at the top don't show support and solidarity with different causes, change is never going to happen. So I'm glad that Hamilton spoke up against the LGBTQ issues in Saudi Arabia. He also came up with his lgbtq themed helmet as well. Same with WETTERL. I really want to give a shout out because he, if I don't know if you were read about this, but he held a karting event for women in Saudi Arabia and his his basically perspective was that the reason for holding that was not just to promote motor sport, but it was more about interacting with people on the ground and actually learning about the realities from them, and this was a very good opportunity for him to do that and and I'm really happy that he did it. It's great that they're using it correctly, even though fi is just has become so much, you know, Cassius king kind of an attitude and they'll do anything for money. That's very evident term and yeah, I think anyways, but let's not get that. I think we've circled back to fi because it's it's just so sweet his life, rustreating the whole frustrations built up with them. Long Story Short, FIA Sucks. Could through Veterans Lewis for standing up wet will first standing up a Lonzo Kimmy doesn't give a dam. But sure he's coming back to Max versus Lewis. I think we've got a few thoughts with like Max as well. He has been an elbows out sort of driver. He did cut corners to gain that advantage and I mean, yeah, sure, all of that too.

I agree. He's got a calm count things a bit down even with that quality. Yeah, he's probably messed out it. He missed up there, didnte like I feel it was in his hands and he threw it. Yeah, that's the yeah, happened. That's true. That's true. I like how he's at the age of I think, like twenty three or twenty twenty four. He's pulling up and bringing the challenge to to Hamilton, but he's still got this this Delta to figure out to keep it with the tracks, and probably he's doing it consciously. I don't know what's going on in his head, but at least as a viewer, I'm thinking he's sort of going above and beyond. Then then he can control things. Yeah, an at the same time. Now, I'm sorry, go ahead. Yeah, no, I agree that. You know, I have been a Max Fan in general for a few years now. I mean, I wouldn't say a fan, I ask such. I'm a neutral viewer, but I would say I'm like a favored watered growing appreciation of his driving. Yeah, exactly, exactly. But I do agree that he sometimes a is a bit too aggressive, I would say, and for his I mean, in fact, for his own good, he should learn to read in the aggressional little because that's exactly what happened in the qualification. He messed up because of his aggression. Same thing happened during the race as well, in a sense. Yeah, that cutting that corner. He shouldn't have done that. He should have known better to not do that, specially with the championship on line. With you know how FIA has been so weird with pelities and everything. That's what that's what's I mean. That's why Hamilton wins these championships ready. He can stay calm in those situations and kind of think about the bigger picture. And I think Max still has some Adia of improvement in that. Yeah, and at the same time, I think I want to also mentioned Lewis here, because I think he needs to he needs to slow down with all the cribbing and crying, like it feel like a three year old toddler asking for a toy and totals like that. That that one parent who's always ready to give their kid, oh, the whole world, even if it kid's gonnaken or whatever. Yeah, that cribbing after the first red flag. Oh my God, he was literally seeing these words, and I'm not lying on neither. I'm a paraphrasing. The tired barriers looked fine to me. And what the fuck is wrong with you doing the red flag is for your safety, for everyone's safety. That was stupid. And while we talk about like match being aggressive, Louis also pushed Max out of that track. Yeah, Yep, I feel like I feel like Aramco had paid too much money at fi toldo had like probably given half his wealth to Massy, whatever it was like. It felt like a one sided affair. And Yeah, keep going back to Fi, like the whole frustration from the weekend. But anyways, that should have also been I think, like this weekend, there were quite a lot of incidents which should have been investigated which weren't. Some that were harshly been realized much well, deserve it is but shouldn't given that much. Yeah, yeah, totally agree. Yeah, that incident between Lewis and Maxwell. Louise pushed. He wasn't even investigated, nothing at all. I don't agree to that. It's weird. I do agree that Max is sometimes aggressive, but so is Lewis. Exactly why? What has he said? So you know again, the treatment between both the parties should be equal. Simple as that. Like, none of those are like better than the other. Honestly, it's...

...like, you know, it's like this. If there's a gray area, teams are going to exploit it, simple as that. Don't keep any areas simple as that. Yeah, what else? What else was happening between maximum man? So many things happened in yesterday's rays that I can barely remember everything, with all the restarts. Oh, everything is seriously, what's watching like multiple different reason? It felt like I was actually setching different reasons at this wasn't like yesterday, more like a butterfly effect, like until you get your is that result, keep resetting your life to an alternate timeline. So until you get their desires are keep doing and yeah, it's just weird. I think there was. I sorry, go ahead and again now. Nothing. I mean just that. You know, I am very happy that what an awesome season we are having in terms of the championship and everything. I'm happy that. You know, we have like two top drivers who have a real shot at the championship. But I think this left a bitter taste in my mouth overall. I'm honestly speaking. I'm not that excited for the last race as I was earlier, just because I feel that this thing is going to repeat there and we are going to have a championship in a decided by FIA and not on the track. So I don't Kimmy to just knock both of these guys off for the last years. I think I'd have no hard feelings for Kimmy. I did in fact love him. Actually, you know what, speaking of Kimmy, taking some attention off of Max and Hamilton will come back, because I think like this one. Two thoughts there. But for this, this award for maximum more takes, it's these three were trans fighting off Leons, odal and Yummy. Yeah, I love that. Love seeing them absolutely it's so awesome to see that because, I don't know, it's always that these guys are in these weird situations where they gain like five, six positions at the star just because of their experience. And Yeah, they they deserve it. I guess last thought, at least before moving out of Louis sources. Max, I think, like red bull, maybe luckily or however, got their strategy right. But what was happening with like that tire management stuff? They put mediums during I can't make sense. I think they thought that they probably are going to get a lot more safety, because which they did and still they started didn't work. So I don't exactly understand what exactly what they thinking. That is the whole Reda is going to be behind a safety car and that's why they did that. Maybe, but I don't know. It made no sense. It was very evident that Max had no peace left and his tires towards the end of the days. Yeah, even if, say, suppose, none of that bullshit happened, none of that crashing, those penalties or anything, they would have still lost the days just because of their dire chrise. Yeah, yeah, yeah, while we're on Red Bull, the second driver I was hoping as hoping to get a bit more from preyer that. First, the original race start. He almost ran Max out of the the Oh, yes, he almost. Yep, but it wasn't press his day. Yesterday. Man, definitely. Now he got horribly squeezed. I think the secondary style of third I don't know what way, whichever the start that was Charles, man, Charles is like a mini Max. I was out. Yeah, yeah, he is often found in...

...crashes. Yeah, I think he's found out. Yeah, grows. You're not being here. Yeah, right, yeah, if you can, if you can't find him anywhere, just look around, you know, during the crash of the Lage find yeah, I mean that thing I don't understand. Charles wasn't given a penalty. Yeah, that should have also been a penalty. I don't understand why there was no investigation required. According to them, that clearly was. I mean Charles nested up, he was significantly behind. He should had yielded. There was no space. Again, comes back to the track being shitty and there was no space. He completely destroyed persons race and no investigation necessary. Makes no sense to me at all. Yeah, and I mean again we come back to the whole track not being not being well designed to the right. It's there's there's multiple things happening here. A that position in which, where as his car was stalk was, was super risky, because someone would have probably just tea board him. Yep, there's no run off area, which makes the whole thing way more nasty and I feel the whole thing feels like the whole track was just done in a haste because up until like two weeks back, it literally was. It was, yes, because two weeks back so much more of it wasn't even done. Yeah. So, yeah, overall, and I think you mentioned this like before he started, according to this, this track does need gravity traps, it does need a few other things which which the other tracks have. But maybe catchus King. So nobody cares. Yeah, you know what, honestly speaking, throughout the race, while tweeting, while anything that I was doing with regards to Saudi area being GP, I felt somewhat disgusting to support their white like sports washing and to be a part of it just because I enjoy more sports I do. I mean I hate the fact that I am becoming a part of the sports washing along with Soud the Arabia, and I hate that this race happened here. This truck was bullshit and yeah, FIA, go fuck yourself piece. I hate everything about yesterday's days. With that, if you want your messages to be, you know, repeated by us, you want to pop out, want to promote anything right into us, you know where to find us. I'm going to be the whole thing, F one, Fan fiction anywhere on the Internet. And Yeah, it's the season of giving. You probably have like obviously we'll have a Buddha B and we'll probably have like one or two episodes coming out out after that as well. So, yeah, your messages will be shouted out, promoted, whatever it is, until the decider finale next week. These are your hosts signing off. Bye. Bye,.

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