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  1. kappa_md

    kappa_md Dec 21, 2021

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    2022 FORMULA 1 ::rimshot::
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    23 Race Schedule :eek:
    Bigger 18-inch Wheels :cool:
    Better Aerodynamics :thumbsup:
    Same engine but more sustainable fuel :coffee:
    Faster Racing? :whistling:
    What do you think? ;)
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    PS: So what do we call this new era? :confused:
    The 18inch wheels era? :D:p
     
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  2. Yago

    Yago Dec 21, 2021

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    Pretty sure Hot Wheels designed the new F1 cars.
     
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  3. kappa_md

    kappa_md Dec 21, 2021

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    Wheel covers :whistling: Marmite I know :rolleyes:

    Red Bull’s famed team engineer and race car designer Adrian Newey said that 2022 will bring the biggest changes in Formula1 in the last 4 decades :eek:

    Since aerodynamics is the KEY element change, will Red Bull have a bigger advantage over Mercedes, given they will all have the same power unit from before? :thumbsup:
     
  4. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Dec 21, 2021

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    Wheel covers... ::puke::
     
  5. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Dec 21, 2021

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    My guess is no.

    Based on the last 4 races, I'd say Mercedes definitely had the advantage over Red Bull, not the other way around. Furthermore, I'm convinced Mercedes sprinkled some magic pixie dust over Lewis's new engine in Brazil. Whatever they did, I felt the Mercedes engine was superior to Honda's at the end of the season. So I'll be quite surprised if Mercedes still isn't the team to beat at the start of 2022.
     
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  6. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Dec 21, 2021

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    I hope I'm wrong, but I have a feeling due to Omicron and the on-going pandemic, this schedule will have changes and the number of races will be less than 23. :(
     
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  7. Hubert

    Hubert TAG Heuer Forums Moderator Staff Member Dec 22, 2021

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    Yeah, we were all hoping 2021 would be a return to normality and we all know that went out the window!
     
  8. Anthony.R

    Anthony.R Dec 22, 2021

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    I was Wanting to go back to Singapore for 2022 but looks like it's too risky to even think about.
    Will have to settle for Melbourne as my one and only for 2022.
     
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    Hubert TAG Heuer Forums Moderator Staff Member Dec 23, 2021

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  10. kappa_md

    kappa_md Dec 23, 2021

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  11. WernerBoeinck

    WernerBoeinck Dec 24, 2021

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    This is why they engaged the aviation engineer.
     
  12. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG TAG Heuer Forums Moderator Staff Member Dec 26, 2021

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  13. kappa_md

    kappa_md Dec 27, 2021

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    Just want to know why is there some “uncertainty” whether Hamilton will continue in 2022 or not? Remember he immediately renewed to a 2-year contract at the middle of 2021 when seeing intense battles with Red Bull & Max, in contrast to a late contract renegotiation prior to 2021 ::confused2::

    Why is there always drama with LH? He hasn’t moved on? He is 7-time world champion and gets upset with a new one? :eek: Just like when Nico defeated him in 2016 I guess.
     
  14. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Dec 27, 2021

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    I guess he feels like 'what's the point' of doing it again... or maybe he just thinks the best way to get his own back on F1 is to remove their star driver?
     
  15. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Dec 28, 2021

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    In his mind at least?
     
  16. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Dec 28, 2021

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    Well, he is a seven time champion after all. But it's funny how quickly you're not missed once you leave...
     
  17. Pitfitter446

    Pitfitter446 Dec 28, 2021

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    Who?;)

    ::yawn:: Is it 2022 yet.
     
  18. Aquagraph

    Aquagraph Dec 28, 2021

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    DId anybody miss Nico Rosberg in 2017?
     
  19. Mspeedster

    Mspeedster Dec 28, 2021

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    Yes, I did. Without Nico to challenge Lewis, the seasons have been so boring until this last season.
     
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  20. Albert-AMG

    Albert-AMG TAG Heuer Forums Moderator Staff Member Dec 28, 2021

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    The 2021 season without Max or without Lewis would have been very boring.

    Both have been at a level well above the rest, and one without the other, would have won the championship without any opposition… Seeing the difference in points, both have more than 6 Grand Prix advantage over the third classified.

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    Both have made this season so competitive. Not only their own fans would miss one of them, all F1 fans would miss that fight.
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