Mexican F1 GP

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Mexican F1 GP

Postby gerryh » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:01 pm

I know highlights are on CH4 staring at midnight but is the race, starting in just over an hour, live on Spanish TV?
I know antena 3 has shown F1 but today's race doesn't seem to be in their schedule.
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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby El Cid » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:23 pm

It’s on Movistar TV. I don’t think it is on free TV any more. It’s not on C4 this weekend.

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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby gerryh » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:30 pm

Haven't got Movistar TV.
According to my TV listings the highlights are on CH4 starting at midnight our time.
I shall have to stay up and watch it or record it for tomorrow and avoid watching any news programmes in the meantime. :think:
Remember once avoiding news programmes so that I could watch the highlights on CH4.
Switched on the TV ready to watch and the CH4 news was just finishing giving the results of the race. :thumbdown: :thumbdown:
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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby El Cid » Sun Oct 28, 2018 7:39 pm

Yes, it’s very difficult to avoid it in the news, especially if Hamilton gets his 5th championship.

I might stay up or just get up early (easier now the clocks have gone back!) and watch it on catchup.

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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby gerryh » Sun Oct 28, 2018 8:29 pm

Is there much doubt about Hamilton being world champion?
He only needs to finish in, at least, 7th position in one of the reaming races to win even if Vettel won all the remaining races.
The Mexican F1 could be interesting with the grid line up of the front two rows.
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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby olive » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:29 pm

I am with you Gerryh. Much as I would love to cant stay up into the wee hours. So it is c4 record onto usb and watch after work on Monday and hope not to hear the result beforehand.

I wonder who Vettel will crash into this week? Cant wait till next year when he has Leclerc as teamate.

DanieL has had a lot of bad luck this year and I dont rate him compared to Max but I hope he has a result.

Hamilton is head and shoulders above the rest of the current crop. It will be nice if he gifts Bottas a few races assuming Bottas can keep up.

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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby costakid » Sun Oct 28, 2018 10:51 pm

El Cid wrote:It’s on Movistar TV. I don’t think it is on free TV any more. It’s not on C4 this weekend.

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All races are on C4 but only a few live ones. It is on tonight C4

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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby costakid » Sun Oct 28, 2018 10:53 pm

it was a bizarre race. Nice touch from Vettel after the race.

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Re: Mexican F1 GP

Postby olive » Tue Oct 30, 2018 2:28 pm

all the fives.

Five championships for Hamilton - one of the greatest drivers of all time

Five wins for Max who could go on to join Hamilton in the hall of greats.

Five years since Vettel won a championship I think.


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