Yeah, I’ve been busy. Work, social stuff and even a trip to London. That’s the reason why you didn’t see any any entries about last weekend’s Formula 1 race in Brazil. I was away all weekend and only managed to watch Q2 and Q3 from Interlagos. When the race started on Sunday, I was on the move and I didn’t learn that Vettel had won until I got home.
Now only a single race is remaining this season and there are currently four drivers who can win the championship. My money is on Fernando Alonso, but he wins there will most likely be a lot of ruckus about the Ferrari team order that helped Alonso win in Germany. They got fined $100.000 USD, but that’s just a tiny drop in a very, very large Ferrari ocean, and certainly not a thing the Ferrari accountants will lose any sleep over if they win the driver championship. As long as Hamilton bites the dust, I really don’t care which one of the other three drivers takes home the trophy1.
Some pictures and a detailed hour-by-hour description from London will be posted of course, but not now. I just wanted to check in and let you know I was still alive. Just in case you wondered. Which you probably didn’t.
You’re probably wondering why I don’t like Hamilton. So am I, because, to be honest, I don’t know. ↩︎
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