Sebastian Vettel gave it his best shot in the Singapore and Russian GP but the German former champion couldn’t unseat Lewis Hamilton at the top. They continue to share the podium for Driver’s championship. Vettel trails the Brit by a good 50 points and is unlikely to take over any time soon. Potato Streams covered live F1 stream for both the preceding Grand Prix and will continue to do so with the Japanese GP.
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After the P2 session of the GP, Mercedes came out to be the fastest on the grid. However, Toto Wolff the Mercedes team head says Ferrari will have a surprise or two on race day. The Italians are said to be ‘holding-back’. We will only find out if that speculation holds true on Sunday when you can stream it live. There’s a lot of action even before that in the FP3 and Qualifying rounds.
The constructors’ championship is very much a two horse race right now, with Mercedes and Ferrari fighting it out for the top two. Former champions Red Bull are a distant third. Teams like Renault(with all their Engine troubles) and Haas have to be content with making the numbers till the fifth spot. The midfield of the constructors’ grid is crowded as always.
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British F1 fans will be hoping that Hamilton ekes out one more victory in Japan to firm up his championship bid. Apart from conventional sources, they can catch up on the minute by minute action on our live F1 stream. Hamilton has a soft spot for McLaren and Williams but it will be interesting to see what they come up with against the likes of Haas and Racing Point Force India.
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MotoGP is having an inaugural race in Thailand. Briton Cal Crutchlow on his Honda looks to be in good form but the best of the pacesetters still belong to Ducati and Yamaha. The Free Practice sessions on Friday saw back to back pacesetters as Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales got off to a flyer in the first practice before he was beaten to the top by Ducati’s Andrea Dovizioso in the second practice session. In between, Valentino Rossi was also in the running for the fastest lap.
Hence the Thai MotoGP race is set to be exciting from start to finish when it is flagged off on Sunday, live on the app. Do tell your friends to catch up on this app if they are on the move. You don’t want to miss who takes the pole after the race.
In one of the major storylines around the Buriram race, things are going from bad to worse for Yamaha. They are on their longest winless streak in the series and team stalwart Rossi had some choice words to say before the Thai leg of MotoGP. He said, “You have to have a bike competitive enough to start from home thinking you can fight for the win or at least get on the podium.” Clearly, the Italian is unconvinced of his team’s prospects but we’ll have to wait for Sunday to find the final standings.
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