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Round 3: China - Shanghai International Circuit (10Oct18 @ 8:15pm AEDT)

AaronWebb85

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Last Season's Results:
1st: El_Majacko
2nd: Maznat87
3rd: stewartmckenzie2
Pole: Maznat87 (1.47.941)
FL: kartdude45 (1.35.778)

Pre-Race Questions:
1. Shanghai presented one of the longest battles for the lead in PRL history between Jacko and Maz in Season 10. Will that be rivaled by a similar contest this week?
2. With two races in our rear-view mirrors, what would you classify as expected and/or unexpected about the campaign thus far?
3. Toddster turned heads in Bahrain with a podium in just his second race. Will the rookie taste champagne again in China?
4.
Toro Rosso and Sauber filled the top four in the season opener, but both suffered single-car retirements in round 2. Might one of these teams be the favourite for the constructors title?
 

El_Majacko

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1. Shanghai presented one of the longest battles for the lead in PRL history between Jacko and Maz in Season 10. Will that be rivaled by a similar contest this week?
A 20 lap battle will be difficult to top, but I'd welcome something similar, as the experience was quite enjoyable.
2. With two races in our rear-view mirrors, what would you classify as expected and/or unexpected about the campaign thus far?
I think whenever someone has a 28 point lead after only two events, something majorly unexpected has happened.
3. Toddster turned heads in Bahrain with a podium in just his second race. Will the rookie taste champagne again in China?
With a drive like he had last week, I don't see why not. It was risk-free and fast, exactly what you need!
4. Toro Rosso and Sauber filled the top four in the season opener, but both suffered single-car retirements in round 2. Might one of these teams be the favourite for the constructors title?
I sure hope Toro Rosso can lift the constructors trophy, but I doubt there will be anything easy about doing so.
 
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1. Shanghai presented one of the longest battles for the lead in PRL history between Jacko and Maz in Season 10. Will that be rivaled by a similar contest this week?
Anything is possible. i had a really good race here in S10 and got 3rd, would love to go 2 better.
2. With two races in our rear-view mirrors, what would you classify as expected and/or unexpected about the campaign thus far?
Dani is as quick and had a very good start to the season, she's in a league of her own. Let's hope we can close the gap this week.
3. Toddster turned heads in Bahrain with a podium in just his second race. Will the rookie taste champagne again in China?
What a race from him, if he drives like he did last week, he could challenge the podium again
4. Toro Rosso and Sauber filled the top four in the season opener, but both suffered single-car retirements in round 2. Might one of these teams be the favourite for the constructors title?
I would love too see Sauber win the drivers and constructors, but we have a lot of work to if we want to make that happen.
 
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