Good morning πŸ‡³πŸ‡± Grab a Stroopwafel and prepare for the Dutch GP Formula 1 in Zandvoort!

Today we return to our Grand Prix in Zandvoort, a circuit that had its last Formula 1 race in 1985, so it has been a minute. (Also, too many nations’ flags look too similar, and why though?) Well, surely everything today can be better than what the hell the managers took at the Spa.

As always an overview from The Moving Bricks

Other highlights
– Sir Lewis saw a shart
– All the drivers were jealous of that guy with the fries (You all know who I’m talking about)
– Russell podium
– Aston Martin can not find Seb, he played football
– Drivers take a nap
– Muddy Yeezys
– Race marshalls playing petanque (the real competition)
– Sir Lewis hopes to arrange something that can somehow pay the fans. Hope this is a release of his album

Here is our championship list

In short, it was wildly crazy

Tires – uses the hardest connections on weekends C1, C2, C3

Fine White Man Jenson Button is here-ah.

Carlos Sainz (Scuederia Ferrari) crashed in free practice, so the team rushes to have his car repaired so he can perform in the qualifiers. The rules say that if you can not complete a qualification, the 107% rule means that your qualification must be within 107% of the leader of today’s qualification, and if it is not, you can not compete. Even if that was the case, it’s a fucking Ferrari they’re letting him compete today. (Oh damn, they were done.)

Kimi Raikkonen is retiring, but he also tested positive for COVID-19, so Alfa Romeo reserve driver Robert Kubica is taking his place this weekend.

Purple Rain, Purple Rain for Max’s lap

Pierre Gasly was almost two tenths from Verstappen, but again he has always had a strong qualification this season.

In the first quarter, both Ferrari drivers hit the top two, and shockingly, Sergio Perez (Red Bull) was not knocked out of Q1, and Nikita Mazepin (Haas-Ferrari) prevented Sebastian Vettel’s flying shot and knocked him out of Q1, so OP is going to knockout Nikita.

Norris did not have the strongest display. Red flag appears as George Russell took a too aggressive turn in the last corner and ran into the barriers. However, the car was still intact, so he many were not out of qualifying yet. (Update: nevermind, he’s out!)

Monaco resident and YouTuber Nico Rosberg also comments.

Damn, another Williams has filed it! Stops the session as there is only one minute left so any other driver on the track could not improve his lap time. And Lando Norris was knocked out of Q2, his worst show of the season.

Red Bull is complaining about Mercedes again because of the rule that tire blankets can only be on for a certain amount of time.

When Q3 finally got underway, Moody Stroopwafel managed to shave another second off his time.

Someone is calling LeVar Burton! It’s time for the ONTD Grand Prix

There will only be one prize for this week, as there will be multiple releases for the rest of the season – a $ 50 USD gift card to a store of your choice (this will make things easier for anyone not living in the US) . And can you use Google for the answers, this is Formula 1, do we really do things with integrity? You have until 23:59 ET to send answers via PM to me, whoever gets the right questions correctly wins the prize.

Kimi Raikkonen announced her retirement. The old biddy has been in Formula 1 for 20 years, on which team did he make his debut?

2. Two F1 world champions have got two other F1 champions – who are they (surnames can be accepted).

3. The last Formula 1 Zandvoort GP was in 1985 – who won that race?

The 4th W series is in its 3rd season, this is the open wheel competition that features all women. Who are the current championship leader (s) at the moment?

5. There has been talk that this reserve driver might get a permanent place on a team. During his official F1 period, he never achieved a podium. Who is this flop? (lol I’m naughty, but who is it?)

6. Who ever won the first Formula 1 Championship?

7. Name the four drivers in this image.

Track posters:
Not today:
Moody Syrup Waffles pole position:

Remember, it’s okay to milk the shit out of your little victories like Tiago Monteiro at the 2005 United States Grand Prix.


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