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Mack.
post Oct 31 2019, 04:25 PM
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Thank you to everyone who took part in our Buzzjack's Greatest F1 Race.

During the next week or so. I'll be counting down what you have chosen as Buzzjack's Greatest F1 Race.


There were 107 races picked.
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post Oct 31 2019, 04:39 PM
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Here we go:

107th: Australia 1989 -1pt

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Result:

1st: Thierry Boutsen (BEL)- Williams
2nd: Alessandro Nannini (ITA)- Benetton
3rd: Riccardo Patrese (ITA)- Williams
4th: Satoru Nakajoma (JPN)- Lotus
5th- Emanuele Pirro (ITA)- Benetton
6th- Pierlugi Martini- (ITA)- Minardi


https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x123aoo- Part 1
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x123cor= Part 2
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x123k59- Part 3
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Super hyped for this! Glad we got at least enough of an interest to make an intriguing countdown.

Argh shame those links are down for me :/ love old F1 content which is in very short supply outside of the official F1 YT channel.
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I know I've got full race links for almost all of the races I voted for (with the English commentators too!), not broken up into little parts either. I might see if I can help you out with some of the higher ones.
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Are you signed up to that F1 TV Pro? Think a friend has mentioned that's where the availability is.
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QUOTE(dobbo @ Oct 31 2019, 10:04 PM) *
Are you signed up to that F1 TV Pro? Think a friend has mentioned that's where the availability is.

No, it's just from some similar uploads.

Those links should work for you too.
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Ooh I missed this starting. May have to rewatch each one
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Back to this, I apologise for the lack of results for this. I have been quite busy.


106th- Portugal 1996- 2pts




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Result

1st- Jacques Villeneuve- (CAN)- Williams
2nd- Damon Hill- (GB)- Williams
3rd- Michael Schumacher (GER)- Ferrari
4th- Jean Alesi (FRA)- Benetton
5th- Eddie Irvine (GB)- Ferrari
6th- Gerhard Berger (AUT)- Benetton

Pole: Damon Hill- Williams



https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x20kv17- Full Race
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That late pass on Alesi is still one of the most heartbreaking things Iíve seen in F1. (Except for all of deaths of course)

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Sorry but I'm a bit confused. You've put 1995 European GP as 2pts given but I just checked and I gave 37 points for that race. Am I missing something?
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Give me some time I have completely miscalculated. I'll close the topic for now. Apologies for any inconvenience...

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Topic now open again. I apologise profusely for the confusion.
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Right, we're back with the results

Again, feel free to leave a comment about what you think of the countdown.

103rd= Australia 2014- 3pts




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Result:

1st: Nico Rosberg (GER)- Mercedes
2nd: Kevin Magnussen (DEN)- McLaren
3rd: Jenson Button (GB)- McLaren
4th: Fernando Alonso (SPN)- Ferrari
5th: Valtteri Bottas (FIN)- Williams
6th: Nico Hulkenberg (GER)- Force India
7th: Kimi Raikkonen (FIN)- Ferrari
8th: Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA)- Toro Rosso
9th: Daniil Kvyat (RUS)- Toro Rosso
10th: Sergio Perez (MEX)- Force India

Pole- Lewis Hamilton- Mercedes
103rd= Belgium 2010- 3pts





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Result:

1st: Lewis Hamilton (GB)- McLaren
2nd: Mark Webber (AUS)- Red Bull
3rd: Robert Kubica (POL)- Renault
4th: Felipe Massa (BRA)- Ferrari
5th: Adrian Sutil (GER)- Force India
6th: Nico Rosberg (GER)- Mercedes
7th: Michael Schumacher (GER)- Mercedes
8th: Kamui Kobayashi (JPN)- Sauber
9th: Vitaly Petrov (RUS)- Renault
10th: Vitantonio Liuzzi (ITA)- Force India

Pole- Mark Webber- Red Bull



https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2k0yll- Part 1
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2k1x9b- Part 2


103rd= Germany 1997- 3pts




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Result:

1st: Gerhard Berger (AUT)- Benetton
2nd: Michael Schumacher (GER)- Ferrari
3rd: Mika Hakkinen (FIN)- McLaren
4th: Jarno Trulli (ITA)- Prost
5th: Ralf Schumacher (GER)- Jordan
6th: Jean Alesi (FRA)- Benetton

Pole: Gerhard Berger- Benetton
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I have such fond memories of that German GP. It's worth remembering Berger had missed 3 races through illness too. To put it in context, this year it would be like Ricciardo coming back after 3 races off sick, storming to pole and then fighting with Sainz (both on merit) for the win whilst all the usual front runners fell apart.

Hamilton's first Spa was obviously memorable too but I honestly don't remember much about that Aussie one bar Vettel spearing Button
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