1-Dec F1 race - long-ass season for sure.
Vettel's fight has already begun:
By his own admission Vettel accepted that at times he failed the team by not bringing his A-game when it mattered this season and, as a result, a very good chance of dethroning the might of Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton went begging.
Now, after the Pirelli test in Abu Dhabi, with Leclerc ending the final day faster than all, including teammate Vettel who was three tenths slower a day earlier in the same car.
It would be fair to say that Vettel and Raikkonen had good a relationship during their partnership in red, but it was also clear that the German was number one in the team and the Finn often playing second fiddle until, of course, he learned at Monza his services were no longer required.
And notably, the #5 Ferrari never won a race after that!
Leclerc's first qualifying session may be the most hyped and viewed too next year. We all want to see how he gets on. I still say he's gonna wreck a lot of cars though, Ha!
As for the 2 best, my recommendations:
If you live in the US and have never been before - I recommend COTA and Montreal (then Mexico). Both offer a great experience. Both would be nicest to your wallet.
If you've done those and are looking for the best fan/travel experience in a nice location - Monza. If you have a bit more $$ and more time to spend - Albert Park.
Last edited by tbvvw; 11-30-2018 at 09:42 AM.
Las Vegas GP comes around.
But seriously, if you are going to go, Montreal is one to target, because the city and people during the week of the GP are just awesome.
As for viewing, Brazil is great, as from the back straight grandstands, you can see almost all of the track except for the front straight.