>Mick Schumacher races without scoring a single point: 27 (26 starts)
>News ‘Leclerc immediately cracked under pressure from Max’ Mercedes boss affirms long-term F1 commitment Horner predicts another Abu Dhabi title showdown Mercedes are ‘now specialists in bouncing’ Aston Martin will bring ‘half a new car’ to Barcelona It has been more than six years since an American was last on an F1 grid and Lewis Hamilton is keen to find the next one Prices of various cryptocoins have crashed, may risk a certain coins partnership with Ferrari
>what makes you think itll be good for f1 it looks cool >Economy tanking hard since Russia cut off oil supply That's just a cute excuse, it was in freefall before the invasion and nobody wanted to admit it. >Finland about to join NATO Not really sure why you think that will affect you, it will probably just result in the finns having illegal migrants being used as weapons by russia. She's Ukrainian so either solider or refugee.
>I'm Mick Schumacher and this is the Orlando Magic, watch as I make my contract for 2023 disappear into thin air
Here's hoping Red Bull and Ferrari got everything upfront, given that the prices of various cryptocoins have crashed.
I thought the Russian hats and Mexican sombreros were super cringe, but then I saw Miami
>8/10 teams have crypto sponsorships i hope at least they were smart enough to get paid in advance, otherwise we're in for a rich energy tier meltdown kek >That's just a cute excuse, it was in freefall before the invasion and nobody wanted to admit it. this, inflation was inevitable and the stock market is inflated to shit, it's a miracle we're not in a 2008 tier crash already but with energy prices going up we're getting closer and closer >hehe :DDDD
that's really strange to watch peoples living their daily life when the combats are still going
True, but still, given that sponsorships are usually in increments throughout the X amount of years on a contract, it could get extremely messy if Ferrari and RBR both begin to sue Velas and Bybit respectively.
True, although the biggest one would be crypto.com which also sponsors F1 itself, but I guess they can compensate with saudi aramco just recently becoming the worlds richest company. And given how quickly F1 is growing I can't imagine both frontrunning teams having trouble finding someone who would want to pick up their spots.
well, not doing much... had to spend some time in the admission process of my next cagie and do my taxes (annoying as fuck) also playing some games (hollow knight and vroom related ones) and trying (and failing) to study some stuff damn... Suzanne is hot af