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Fraîchement revenu de son avion de Bakou, Tom Clarkson rejoint Damon Hill et Natalie Pinkham pour revenir sur un passionnant Grand Prix d’Azerbaïdjan qui a vu Sergio Perez remporter sa première victoire pour Red Bull après la sortie spectaculaire de Max Verstappen. Ils démontent tout le drame de cet accident, l’erreur de Hamilton au redémarrage, l’éclat de Vettel pour Aston Martin, le duel de Gasly avec Leclerc et bien plus encore. De plus, il existe une autre édition de Ask Damon, comprenant des questions sur les gadgets technologiques et le matériel de lecture. 00h00 – Le TC fatigué (et un peu malodorant) descend de l’avion de Bakou ! 5:15 – Damon se fait gronder dans une discussion sur les vitesses de pointe 12:56 – Comment Hamilton a-t-il été ensorcelé par la « magie des freins » ? 23:40 – TC nous propose un excellent « quiz pub » 26:58 – La victoire de Perez est-elle le début de quelque chose de spécial ? 29h30 – Comment Vettel a-t-il franchi le cap et Gasly est-il un « pilote de petite équipe » ? 39:19 – La petite question que nous attendions tous ! 44:07 – The Champ parle de technologie et de livres dans « Ask Damon » 50:59 – La triste perte de la « centrale électrique » de McLaren Pour plus de vidéos F1®, visitez http://www.Formula1.com Suivez F1® : http:/ /www.instagram.com/F1 https://www.facebook.com/Formula1/ http://www.twitter.com/F1 https://www.twitch.tv/formula1 https://www.tiktok. com/@f1 #F1 .

41 réflexions sur “Checo revient aux affaires après une course Bonkers à Bakou | Podcast F1 Nation

  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h00
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    Love finally seeing a great red bull duo again (no disrespect to gasly/albon lol)

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h02
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    Let’s not forget that Perez held off Ham all race. Ham was on the radio complaining that he couldn’t overtake him. The middle sector was a bust and on the straights Ham was unable to overtake Perez, Perez did well to defend him all race. Also Vettel and Gasly had an amazing race and well deserved. It was unfortunate for Ver but he will have plenty of more chances.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h10
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    To me, the magic button issue is a direct result of pressure. Whatever the cause, Hamilton made a mistake. He doesn't make mistakes… but they are happening now and it's because of pressure. I love see Ham/Merc working for it.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h15
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    This race hero is Perez he held off hamilton most of the race while loosing hydraulic pressure ( it was soo bad that the team didn't want him to up the temperature of the front tires by weeving).
    But still he used the last of the hydraulic pressure to try block hamilton that resulted in him making mistake with the breaks which helped max in driver's championship and redbull to have a lead in constructors championship.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h28
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    As much as I like to see Hamilton succeed I was glad to see him go out because equally I'd hate to see Verstappen lose a championship through no fault of his own so this race was the best possible outcome and Perez fully deserves his success

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h35
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    What happens if the confident of Perez starting to be so high that can be a menace even for Max. Is that possible?

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h42
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    Checo did exactly what Red Bull expects of a 2nd driver: Stay close to Max to get maximum points, defend him from rivals, and be in a position to pick up the pieces should things go wrong for Max.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 15h48
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    Perez said in an interview after the race that he feels he is not quite where he wants to be with the car yet but he feels as he is getting better.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 16h28
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    What's going to happen if Perez keeps getting strong results and pulls himself back into the title race. Will Perez be okay with just chilling as the number 2?

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 16h43
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    BOTTAS had a stinker no question! BUT have we forgotten that he was carrying MER in Monaco before the pit blunder! ? Its too early to push the narrative. PER has only beaten BOT once this season when BOT has finished a race. BOT had a bad Monza and BAKU…He has 3 podiums in 6 races in a season where MERC have started on the back foot. Even LEW has had to scrap it out to get those results he has.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 17h22
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    HAM has lost his edge, bc he hasn’t been pushed by BOT enough. The first couple of years at Merc, Nico kept him honest, in 2017 Seb gave him a challenge to rise to. Ever since then he has been ‘coasting’ and now that Max and RBR are finally up to speed, he desperately needs to regain his focus. Not too late, though. Interesting times ahead…

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 17h37
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    You can see Hamilton on the video press the magic button when he arrived at the grid. He turned it off Bono also said he turned it off at the start

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 17h39
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    Tbh from Hamilton's onbaord you can see that he turned off Magic, then when Perez moves left & he has to avoid you can clearly see on the screen brake balance shift to 85%. Not sure why people who work in F1 with all cameras don't know this. He didn't 'forget to turn it off'

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 17h49
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    Bottas is finished. Won't be long till Russell is announced I think in a couple races

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 17h52
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    Great show today! USA here and Baku has intensified the season. Best race so fat this year. Can you please produce a segment on when drivers switch teams, how long it takes them to get up to speed. We are seeing Seb, Perez, and Fernando hitting their strides and has been fun to watch. Keep this podcast going. Love it!

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 17h52
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    I am very happy that Ham did not capitalize on Vers misfortune, because that would have been extremely unfair. In fact Ham crashing out by partly his own doing did some justice to the race. Ver had won that race on merit and was driving superbly, I would say "as a champion".
    Contrary to Max Verstappen Lewis Hamilton only makes BIG mistakes… or… a small mistakes with enormous consequences. Everything is easy when you are easely winning everything everytime for 7 (seven!!) years in a row. Hamilton is not on Hamiltons level anymore but.. Max is. …Can you repeat the question??? The magic button worked, it prevented a gigamonumentual points-loss for Max.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 18h17
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    Pirelli with the same nonsense excuse if debris! If so why did the inner tire (anti clockwise track) have the debris, would it not be logical for the outer tire to pick it up (if ever). And again if it was debris why on two different cars with different setups at the same speed on nearly the same spot dir both right rear lefts fail, why not the tire that gets the most wear (the right). Clearly to see Pirelli has failed in this instance.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 18h20
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    Checo won Baku on the 6th day of June (6) from the 6th grid on his 6th race with Red Bull 6 months after his first P1 podium in Sakhir.

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  • 8 juin 2021 à 19h34
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    Give perez another 1 maybe 2 years till hed like to retire then give gasly another shot, that guy is really out preforming his car

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