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by Pilot 22 Apr 2021, 18:03
Welcome back, everyone. 2021 saw what we all assumed; a Mercedes WCC victory and a Mercedes WDC victory. But now, the offseason has occurred, drivers have developed, and it's a new season with 15 teams! 4 drivers will not qualify for the grid of 26 at each track.

2021 thread here: https://gprejects.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=8743

Once again, thanks to CarloSpace, Pasta, Klon, GB, Taxi, and many more for letting me copy their great work and letting me use it as a foundation. Also thanks to Aislabie as without him, this wouldn't be possible!

WIKI:
https://formularejects.com/wiki/2022_Pi ... _F1_Season

2022 TEAMS:
Alpine: TCBY
Aston Martin: Wazzle
Ferrari: GB
Glickenhaus: OPEN
Haas: Shawn
McLaren: Rob Dylan
Mercedes: Klon
Minardi: Aislabie
Monaco GP: Frogfoot
Panthera: _gg_
Porsche: Spooder918
Red Bull: Takagi
Sauber: Pinkd56
Toyota: Hermann95
Williams: Pi

Waiting list:


SEASON LAYOUT:
Administration Period (team name changes, news, etc)
Factory upgrade
Driver retainment + move up F3 to F2 to F1
Sign sponsors and engine deals
Sign drivers + sign youth drivers
Rounds 1-8
1st R&D + Driver Replacement
Rounds 9-16
2nd R&D + Driver Replacement
Rounds 17-23
Offseason R&D
Track Wildcard Selection
Season End, Prize Money, Bankruptcy

FACTORY DEVELOPMENT: NEW for 2022!
On the spreadsheet, you will see a column labeled Factory Rating. This is the percentage of gains retained from an R&D session or an offseason chassis session. At the start of the new season, you can upgrade this value by buying an upgrade listed under the 'R&D, Chassis, Factory' tab in the spreadsheet.

CONTRACTS:
Yearly contracts based on the price listed in the spreadsheet, simple stuff. Driver contracts are YEARLY but can be canceled at the R&D breaks, and while you can hire a new driver, you still owe the other driver his salary. Driver Academy contracts last one year and will need to be renewed each year. Teams can sell driver seats to other teams. Paydrivers are included but are very rare. You can offer a driver up to a 4-year contract, and their price will not change over the duration of the signed contract. You can cancel a contract and will only owe them for the rest of the year, but not future years. You can not bid higher or lower than the price listed on the sheet. Engine and sponsorship deals are for up to 4 years. Factory teams pay a flat 2500cr credit for their engine.

YOUTH DRIVER ACADEMY:
Each team is required to run a YDA. 4 youth drivers, two in F2, two in F3. Contracts do not have fees and can be offered from a minimum of 1 year to a maximum of 4 years. You are not signing a driver to the F2 or F3 seat but to the academy, and during the offseason can move them between the two series if desired. However, if you move them to F1, you will need to pay them a salary there and you will need a YDA replacement.

Youth drivers can be found in the spreadsheet under the sheet labeled "Drivers" which contains all information. Drivers with no salary are considered to be youth drivers, but you can offer them a salary to move up to Formula 1.

In RNG, nationality, the chance to break into F1, and past track record will play a part in convincing a driver to sign with your youth program. Each driver will be paid a flat fee of 100c, so no need to worry about those fees. Just bid on who you'd like to join your program.

If you move a driver up from your youth academy to your Formula 1 team, you are guaranteed that they sign up to a two-year deal with the team (either 1 or 2 depending on what the team wants). However, after the end of the contract, they will enter free agency like every other driver. For their first contract, they will have a minimum wage salary (100c).

Make sure to note their current skill tier, potential skill tier, and their appropriate level. Over the offseason, there will be RNG to determine how much a driver improves. If a driver finishes in the top 3 for the F3 or F2 WDC, their potential rating will have a slight increase.

If not all teams sign a full YDA, there will be a round 2 of bidding.

R&D:
Explained on the spreadsheet as well, 3 different periods for R&D. One after Round 8, one after Round 16, and an offseason one to end the year. Prices and chassis values can be seen in the spreadsheet. The chassis value can go over 100, but if this happens, there is the chance that the FIA investigates and applies penalties during scrutineering during the R&D periods. Furthermore, new regulations every few years will reset chassis development.

ENGINE DEVELOPMENT:
Engine development will be randomized yearly based on certain parameters. New engine entries will also be randomized from the lowest current offering and a baseline number of 60. Engine development can also go over 100, but for continued numbers over 100, that provides a higher chance of failing scrutineering at the R&D periods. Furthermore, new regulations every few years will reset engine development.


DEBT AND BANKRUPTCY
Teams can go into debt during the season, but make sure to be able to pay the yearly entrance fee. If not, the entry will be voided and the team will be disqualified. The entry fee is the first fee at the start of the season, and it is 1000c.

SPREADSHEET CAN BE FOUND HERE

Feel free to ask questions here or on Discord if I missed anything!
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Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?
by Pilot 22 Apr 2021, 18:03
CALENDAR:
Melbourne
Bahrain
Sepang
Shanghai
Zandvoort
Barcelona
Monaco
Baku
Montreal
Paul Ricard
Spielberg
Silverstone
Hungaroring
Spa
Monza
Singapore
Sochi
Suzuka
Fuji -> Wildcard
Austin
Mexico City
Interlagos
Abu Dhabi

Support races: F2, F3

2021 Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
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Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?
by Pilot 22 Apr 2021, 18:14
FACTORY + DRIVER RETAINMENT TIME + ENGINES:

NEW FOR 2022! Factory Ratings!
On the spreadsheet, you will see a column labeled Factory Rating. This is the percentage of gains retained from an R&D session or an offseason chassis session. At the start of the new season, you can upgrade this value by buying an upgrade listed under the 'R&D, Chassis, Factory' tab in the spreadsheet. Please indicate what level you would like a factory upgrade for.

Firstly, as this is a new year, I will let all teams pick ONE of their 2021 drivers (if they would like to) and allow them to retain them at market price for either a 1 or 2-year contract.

Furthermore, I will allow teams to move up their F3 and F2 drivers. If you move them up, only for this season, you can grant them a further 1 or 2-year contract with the academy. If you don't move them up, they can enter free agency this season.

Please also let me know if you intend to move up one of your F2 or F3 drivers to Formula One this year. In this period, you can only move up one of the FOUR drivers under your academy last season. If you move them up, they will have a minimum wage contract (100c) for either 1 or 2 years.

Finally, also add what engine you would like this year. Make sure to check that the engine you want has enough deals to supply your team! You can sign an engine deal for up to 4 years.

This is probably confusing, so please let me know if you have any questions in the Discord and I will answer.

Template for 2021 teams:
Team Name:
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable):
Driver to Retain:
Contract Length (1 or 2 years):
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in:
Contract Length (1 or 2 years):
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up to Formula 1:
Contract Length (1 or 2 years):
Engine 1:
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):
Engine 2:
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):
Engine 3:
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):

Template for NEW 2022 teams:
Team Name:
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable):
Youth Team name:
Engine 1:
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):
Engine 2:
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):
Engine 3:
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):

Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?
by Aislabie 22 Apr 2021, 18:27
Minardi

We won't be upgrading Faenza at this point because we're majorly skint.

Image Pierre Gasly will be retained for two years after a stellar 2021.

Image Gianluca Petecof will be promoted to Formula 2, and kept on a two year contract.

Our planned engine supplier is Ferrari for the next one year. If that doesn't work out, then we'll go Cosworth for the next one year.
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by Pilot 22 Apr 2021, 18:38
Team Name: Glickenhaus
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): DF
Youth Team name: Glickenhaus-ART
Engine 1: Cosworth
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year

Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?
by Pinkd56 22 Apr 2021, 19:25
Team Name: Sauber F1 Team
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): I don't think I have the facilities for that, big man.
Driver to Retain: Thanks for the memories, but it's time to say goodbye.
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): N/A
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in:Sascha Fenestraz > F2
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 1
Engine 1: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1
Engine 2: Renault
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 2
Engine 3: Cosworth
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1
by Gertrand Bachot 22 Apr 2021, 21:07
Team Name: Ferrari
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): Whatever the biggest one is
Driver to Retain: Charles Leclerc
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 2 years
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in: Mahaveer Raghunathan, F2
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 2 years
Engine 1: Mercedes
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 4 years
Engine 2: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 4 years
by Klon 23 Apr 2021, 04:05
Team Name: Mercedes GP
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): CF
Driver to Retain: Lewis Hamilton
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 1 Year
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in: David Schumacher -> F2
Contract Length: 1 Year

by Rob Dylan 23 Apr 2021, 07:34
Team Name: McLaren Image
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): AF
Driver to Retain: Daniel Ricciardo Image
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 2 years
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in:
- David Beckmann from F3 to F2.
- Lucca Allen from F3 to F2.

- Contract Length: 1 year each

Engine bids:
1. Mercedes (4 years)
2. Ferrari (3 years)
3. Red Bull (2 years)

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Shawn040217 23 Apr 2021, 09:25
Team Name : Haas F1 Team
Factory Upgrade: None
Driver to Retain : Mick Schumacher (GER)
Contract Length : 1 year
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in : Oliver Rasmussen (DEN) to F2
Junior driver to F1: Our F2 champ Logan Sargeant (USA) - to F1, replacing Nikita Mazepin who can (not very) kindly go f**k himself
Engine 1: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal : 3 years
Engine 2: Cosworth (Since we run Fords in NASCAR, and with the illustrious history between Ford and Cosworth in F1, CART and various other series, we would like to request an engine rebranding to Ford-Cosworth)
Contract length on engine deal : 3 years
by _gg_ 24 Apr 2021, 02:25
Team Name: Panthera Team Asia
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): CF
Youth Team name: Panthera Racing Academy
Engine 1: Mercedes
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year
Engine 2: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year
Engine 3: Renault
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 2 years
by Frogfoot9013 24 Apr 2021, 13:39
Team Name: Monaco Grand Prix
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): None
Youth Team name: World Championship Team
Engine 1: Cosworth
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year
Engine 2: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year
Engine 3: Renault
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year

James Hunt, commentating on the 1991 German Grand Prix wrote:The Benettons looking very smart together on the track, mostly because they're both going so slowly.
by Spooder918 27 Apr 2021, 11:39
Team Name: Porsche AG Formula 1 Team
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): BF
Youth Team name: Porsche AG Academy
Engine 1: Porsche
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):
Engine 2: Porsche
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):
Engine 3: Porsche
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years):

that guy from '18 US GP wrote: NYOOOOOOOM


Jack Aitken!
by Dom_Wings 27 Apr 2021, 12:56
Team Name: Aston Martin Racing
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable): BF

Driver to Retain: Lance Stroll
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 2 years
Drivers from last year academy that you are moving up, and what series are you putting them in: Jak Crawford, F2 - in place of Dan Ticktum
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 2 years

Engine 1: Mercedes
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 3 years
Engine 2: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 2 years
Engine 3: Renault
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year

Join the GPR Discord server! https://discord.com/invite/6YDQ3aV
by pi314159 30 Apr 2021, 10:38
Template for 2021 teams:
Team Name: Williams Racing
Factory Upgrade Level (none is acceptable):
Driver to Retain: George Russell
Contract Length (1 or 2 years): 2 Years

Engine 1: Mercedes
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 3 years
Engine 2: Ferrari
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 2 years
Engine 3: Cosworth
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year

pasta_maldonado wrote:The stewards have recommended that Alan Jones learns to drive.
by This Could Be You 30 Apr 2021, 15:53
Template for 2021 teams:
Team Name: Alpine F1 Team
Factory Upgrade Level: CF
Driver to Retain: Daniil Kvyat
Contract Length: 1 Year

Engine 1: Renault
Contract length on engine deal (1 to 4 years): 1 year

Your Signature Here

Named after HRT, now on HRT
by Pilot 30 Apr 2021, 18:14
SPONSOR SIGNING TIME:

Sponsor signing time, make sure to look at the list of sponsors in the sheet and check their conditions as well. Preference will be giving for nationality and previous sponsorships. Make sure to give the length you want to sign the sponsor for (can be for up to 4 years). Some sponsors also bring upgrades, so check those out as well!

Team Name:
Sponsor 1:
Sponsor 2:
Sponsor 3:

DRIVING SIGNING TIME:
Pretty simple, list your driver preferences (and contract length) for the open seats you have. There isn't a technical benefit for putting a driver in the first seat compared to the second seat, but it may have an RNG impact on drivers on which seat you offer. You cannot change the price that they are listed for, so just bid on the driver you would like, and for how long (up to 4 years).

You CAN bid on Formula 2 and 3 drivers and offer them an F1 seat. They will either cost 100c as all other rookies, or you might get lucky and one might be a paydriver, but you won't know until you sign them. If a driver is already contracted to another YDA, you cannot offer them a Formula 1 seat.

Team Name:
First Car
Option 1:
Option 2:
Option 3:
Second Car
Option 1:
Option 2:
Option 3:

Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?
by Pilot 30 Apr 2021, 18:23
Team Name: Glickenhaus
Sponsor 1: Citigroup (4yr)
Sponsor 2: PepsiCo (4yr)
Sponsor 3: Cognizant (4yr)

Team Name: Glickenhaus
First Car
Option 1: Colton Herta (3yr)
Option 2: Marcus Armstrong (4yr)
Option 3: Scott Dixon (1yr)
Second Car
Option 1: Oscar Piastri (4yr)
Option 2: António Félix da Costa (1yr)
Option 3: Nicholas Latifi (2yr)
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Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?
by This Could Be You 30 Apr 2021, 18:26
Team Name: Alpine F1 Team
Sponsor 1: Petronas (4yrs)
Sponsor 2: Sony (4yrs)
Sponsor 3: AXA (2yrs)

Driver 1, bid 1: Sergio Perez (2yrs)
Driver 1, bid 2: Lando Norris (2yrs)
Driver 1, bid 3: Valterri Bottas (1yr)

Driver 2, bid 1: Daniil Kvyat (1yr)

Your Signature Here

Named after HRT, now on HRT
by Klon 30 Apr 2021, 18:39
Team Name: Mercedes GP
Sponsor 1: DHL (3 years)
Sponsor 2: Sony (2 years)
Sponsor 3: Samsung (2 years)

Team Name: Mercedes GP
Second Car
Option 1: Jean-Eric Vergne (2 years)
Option 2: Sebastian Vettel (2 years)
Option 3: Valtteri Bottas (1 year)

by Pinkd56 30 Apr 2021, 18:55
Team Name: Sauber F1 Team
Sponsor 1: Siemens (3 years)
Sponsor 2: Allianz (3 years)
Sponsor 3: Saudi Aramco (2 years with a breakoff clause in the event of international controversy)

First Car
Option 1: Yuki Tsunoda (2 years)
Option 2: Nico Hulkenberg (1 year)
Option 3: Ralph Boschung (1 year)
Second Car
Option 1: Esteban Ocon (2 years)
Option 2: Pietro Fittipaldi (2 years)
Option 3: Robert Schwartzman (1 year)
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by _gg_ 01 May 2021, 03:41
Team Name: Panthera
Sponsor 1: Sony (3yrs)
Sponsor 2: SK (2yrs)
Sponsor 3: Tata (2yrs)

Team Name: Panthera
First Car
Option 1: Rio Haryanto (1yr)
Option 2: Sean Gelael (1yr)
Second Car
Option 1: Lando Norris (2yrs)
Option 2: Alexander Albon (2yrs)
Option 3: Esteban Ocon (2yrs)
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by Rob Dylan 01 May 2021, 22:40
Team: McLaren

Sponsor 1: BMW (four years) - McLaren need their own engine!
Sponsor 2: Vodafone (four years) - continue what we have
Sponsor 3: BP (one year)

Driver 1: DANIEL RICCIARDO (already signed)

Driver 2 bid 1: Lando Norris (one year)
Driver 2 bid 2: Alex Albon (two years)
Driver 2 bid 3: Colton Herta (four years)


AutoPilot Magazine wrote:There have been various rumblings within the McLaren team over the 2021-2 Winter. After an unexpected fallout between the team and their Mercedes supplier, the team have been forced to take up Renault engines for the upcoming season much to the dismay of team principal Zak Brown.

It seems that every avenue is being explored, including the use of BMW engines. The BMW group have been quoted as being very interested in working with the McLaren team, and the relationship could be beneficial in giving the Woking group a competitive engine instead of the shitty Renault they got lumped with this year ffs

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Spooder918 02 May 2021, 16:03
Team Name: Porsche AG Formula 1 Team
Sponsor 1: SAP, 3 years
Sponsor 2: DHL, 2 years
Sponsor 3: Allianz, 3 years

Team Name: Porsche AG Formula 1 Team
First Car
Option 1: Sergio Perez, 3 years
Option 2: Carlos Sainz Jr., 3 years
Option 3: Nico Hulkenberg, 2 years
Second Car
Option 1: Lando Norris, 3 years
Option 2: Callum Ilott, 3 years
Option 3: Marcus Armstrong, 3 years

that guy from '18 US GP wrote: NYOOOOOOOM


Jack Aitken!
by Hermann95 04 May 2021, 08:18
Team Name: Toyota Racing
Sponsor 1: Sony, 4 years
Sponsor 2: Tata, 1 year
Sponsor 3: Panasonic, 1 year

Team Name: Toyota Racing
First Car
Option 1: Lando Norris, 2 years
Option 2: Carlos Sainz, Jr, 1 year
Option 3: Valtteri Bottas, 1 year
Second Car
Option 1: Yuki Tsunoda, 4 years
Option 2: Kamui Kobayashi, 1 year
Option 3: Naoki Yamamoto, 1 year
by takagi_for_the_win 04 May 2021, 11:08
Team name: Red Bull Racing
Sponsor 1: Sony, 2 years
Sponsor 2: Infiniti, 2 years
Sponsor 3: Samsung, 2 years

Driver 1: Max Verstappen already confirmed

Driver 2:
Option 1 - Sergio Perez, 1 year
Option 2 - Yuki Tsunoda, 2 years
Option 3 - Carlos Sainz, 2 years

TORA! TORA! TORA!
by Rob Dylan 04 May 2021, 15:35
AutoPilot Magazine wrote:BREAKING NEWS

After advertising McLaren out to the BMW group, Zak Brown managed to successfully overnight change the course of McLaren's entire history by securing a multi-million yen contract and EXCLUSIVE rights to use the BMW engine and McLaren only for the next 25 years*. The swiftness of the deal has left many bewildered, and McLaren have suddenly found themselves in many legal issues which the investors and shareholders are not particularly happy about, seeing as this all happened behind closed doors and over less than a week period.

Therefore Zak Brown is out for 2022 and has been replaced by a BMW-friendly team principal from the German manufacturer. His name is Bastian Matthias Weitzmann, he's super happy and good with the press, and is 100% convinced that BMW McLaren have the best engine on the grid and will win the 2022 title on their first try. Bold words from Mr B.M.W.

*unconfirmed


In the light of these extraordinary changes, BMW McLaren would like to take advantage of the current force majeure occasion and promote David Beckmann straight from Formula 3 to Formula 1. He may be young and underprepared, but the season will be shite anyway so he might as well get some practice.

Murray Walker at the 1997 Austrian Grand Prix wrote:The other [Stewart] driver, who nobody's been paying attention to, because he's disappointing, is Jan Magnussen.


Felipe Nasr - the least forgettable F1 driver!
by Frogfoot9013 05 May 2021, 12:02
Team Name: Monaco Grand Prix
First Car
Option 1: Jacques Villeneuve (3 years)
Option 2: Fernando Alonso (1 year)
Option 3: Kimi Raikkonen (1 year)

Second Car
Option 1: Sebastian Vettel (1 year)
Option 2: Jacques Villeneuve (3 years)
Option 3: Kimi Raikkonen (1 year)


Fallback option: Robert Kubica (1 year)


Sponsor choices (all for 1 year):
1: Sony
2: Petronas
3: AXA
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James Hunt, commentating on the 1991 German Grand Prix wrote:The Benettons looking very smart together on the track, mostly because they're both going so slowly.
by pi314159 05 May 2021, 12:17
Team name: Williams Racing
Sponsor 1: Tata, 2 years
Sponsor 2: Allianz, 2 years
Sponsor 3: SAP, 2 years

Driver 1: George Russell already confirmed

Driver 2:
Option 1 - Marcus Armstrong, 1 year
Option 2 - Callum Ilott, 1 year
Option 3 - Nicholas Latifi, 1 year

pasta_maldonado wrote:The stewards have recommended that Alan Jones learns to drive.
by Aislabie 05 May 2021, 13:00
Brain Chair (@brainchair) wrote:omg, just heard that @monacogpteam is looking to sign 50-year-old singer songwriter and part time Euro NASCAR driver Jacques @27villeneuve for 2022 (1/2) #privateparadise #waitwhat
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Brain Chair (@brainchair) wrote:his last GP win came at the Nurburgring in 1997. 8 of the 21 drivers last year hadn't been born at that point. @Max33Verstappen was born, made it to F1, drove 142 GPs and got 13 wins in that time (2/2)
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by TomWazzleshaw 06 May 2021, 16:08
Team name: Aston Martin
Sponsor 1: Allianz, 2 years
Sponsor 2: AXA, 2 years
Sponsor 3: PetroChina, 2 years

Driver 1: Lando Norris

Driver 2:
Option 1 - Alex Albon, 2 years
Option 2 - Colton Herta, 2 years
Option 3 - Alexander Rossi, 1 year

Biscione wrote:"Some Turkemenistani gulag repurposed for residential use" is the best way yet I've heard to describe North / East Glasgow.
by Pilot 06 May 2021, 22:33
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Results from Round 1 of Sponsor RNG.

Porsche will need to submit another round of bids for their sponsor signing.

Biscione wrote:Can you stop being such a snowflake for five minutes?

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