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Aside from your contention that Hill was level with Schumi at one point, I think we agree on what happened, but disagree on the nature of the collision.
In conclusion, all I see is Hill attempting a risky overtaking move - which I would have attempted too - which failed. I don't see any rulebreaking or poor sportsmanship. If it had been two other drivers and the stakes had not been so high, no-one would have bothered debating it.
Reckon they'll be second best again at Silverstone.
It was good they managed to pull one back though. I'd rather they got as close as possible before Lewis crushes them in the last race
'David Coulthard believes he would be challenging Lewis Hamilton at the top of the Formula One championship if he had a better car at his disposal. '
Probably would tbh. Would love to see a Formula Ford/A1GP type setup in Formula 1 with all the cars as a level playing field, putting more emphasis on the drivers to be good.
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Finished 3rd all over the place. Should have **** all over Hakkinen, but didn't.
Now McLaren has been caught stealing secrets from Ferrari.
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