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Oddio m che cafonata è la sigla della F2 :asd:

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Brutto incidente per matsushita, bandiera rossa

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Questa cosa di non fare vedere niente o non dare alcuna informazione deve finire

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Altro impatto in cui la vettura rimbalza sulle protezioni e viene colpita da un'altra monoposto. 
Possibile che nessuno si renda conto che il rimbalzo è più pericoloso di un impatto molto forte? Il primo impatto lo si può assorbire con strutture apposite e si può modulare il dissipamento dell'energia in maniera controllata. Il secondo impatto, con strutture già danneggiate è molto meno controllabile e quindi decisamente più rischioso. 

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Si sente l'elicottero in sottofondo

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L'elicottero può essere qualsiasi cosa. Dalle tv all'elicottero medico che è semplicemente in preallarme. 

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20 minuti e ancora non si sa niente

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In pitlane paiono tutti tranquilli.

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Non comprendo tutto questo silenzio

Ecco il replay

Aitken e mazepin entrano in contatto nella via di fuga, mazepin con vettura danneggiata perde il controllo rientra in pista e aggancia matsushita

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Rizzica legge la comunicazione della fia: "frfefrf draivers frtgsddr frrtsstrfss"

 

Ora sono più tranquillo

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Nessuna conseguenza per i piloti. Incidente causato da Mazepin e Aitken che cercano di passare entrambi a sinistra delle "frecce" (Mazepin solo dalla seconda). Il contatto manda il russo verso Matsushita, causando l'incidente.

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Si riparte.

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Poi comunque della prima partenza mi dovrebbero spiegare deletraz cosa voleva fare :asd:

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Vince Ghiotto! Secondo De Vries che secondo me non ci ha mai realmente provato. Aveva il DRS ma non si è mai messo in scia di Ghiotto. Mah. Terzo Ilott.

 

Schumacher nuovamente ritirato dopo un contatto con Alesi, probabile danno alle sospensioni.

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Mazepin ritenuto colpevole del botto al via: tolti 4 punti dalla licenza e si becca 15 posizioni di penalità al prossimo round

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Juan Manuel Correa has released a public statement for the first time since sustaining severe injuries in the crash that killed F2 driver Anthoine Hubert.

Correa underwent a 17-hour surgery on Sunday which was deemed successful by doctors. The American driver has been in hospital since suffering severe leg injuries in the crash at Spa-Francorchamps on August 31.

His recovery has been complicated. The Sauber Junior Team driver fell into Acute Respiratory Failure and placed into an induced coma last month. Correa opted for surgery on his right leg rather than a reconstructive amputation.

After surgery, he now faces at least a year of rehabilitation. Correa said he is still trying to process the events of the last few weeks.

"These past few weeks have been extremely tough, tougher than anything I have ever faced both physically and mentally," he said. "I understand my future regarding the recovery of my legs, specifically my right leg is still quite uncertain, and that my physical rehabilitation will be extremely long and complicated.

"I am still processing everything that has, and is, happening."

Doctors declared his surgery a success but said the next 72 hours will be crucial in his recovery. He will require additional surgery and a lengthy rehabilitation period.

The Correa family statement said: "Doctors performed a combination of orthopedic flap and external fixation surgeries, and after 17 hours in the operating room, the 20-year-old emerged with hopeful news from doctors that the surgery was successful. The days following the surgery were stressful, as though deemed a success in the operating room, the next 48-72 hours were critical in the final outcome of the flap surgery procedure."

"More than 72 hours later, doctors are confident in a successful procedure while still under careful observation.

"During the procedure, doctors were forced to remove more bone material than they anticipated and solve several blood vessel issues, but state that the main objective of the surgery was achieved.

"Doctors expect Juan Manuel will be able to leave the hospital in approximately six weeks. He will then embark on the road to recovery. The next year will be full of physical therapy, rehabilitation and corrective surgeries with the aim and objective of regaining the full use of his right foot and ankle."

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Quante gare mancano ancora?

Com'è la classifica generale?

GHIOTTO può ancora vincere? 

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De Vries già campione da gara 1 di Sochi.

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:asd:

 

Rio, ma una ricerchina su Google?  :asd:

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