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  1. JPR

    Formula One - 2019 Season

    New DRS is pretty big.
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    Formula One - 2019 Season

    After all that teasing it's hardly changed. Actually it is and looks good:
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    Formula One - 2019 Season

    A bit of everything it seems with smartphones coming soon.
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    Formula One - 2019 Season

    Toro Rosso STR14: Launch video
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    Formula One - 2019 Season

    McLaren announce partnership with British American Tobacco, so McLaren have got their own Mission Winnow it seems. I wonder how close to tobacco level money this is, could be a big boost for them.
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    Formula One - 2018 Season

    Probably best to think of the car manufacturer being Fiat who want to boost the Alfa brand. Sauber was effectively a Ferrari/Fiat B-team anyway, so re-branding the team as Alfa was the next logical step. They've talked about a technical collaboration between Alfa and Sauber, so I think it is more than just Ferrari parts and a badge. Doesn't hurt that it's a brand with a long racing history and plenty will be happy to see it back, of a sort at least. It is a shame to see the Sauber name leave the grid, a name I've grown up with and always had a fondness for, who couldn't like the people behind the C9. Important thing is the factory is still going and hopefully this strengthens their future.
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    PS+ February: For Honor, Hitman

    Cloud storage will be getting expanded in early February as well, from 10GB to 100GB for PS4 users.
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    Formula One - 2018 Season

    Didn't need to read it to know this would be the final line.
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    Steam Secret Santa 2018

    Just got the gift, thank you I really appreciate it. It's been great to read people's reaction to their gifts, roll on December so we can start again.
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    Formula One - 2018 Season

    Reading this it seems even more the right decision, an autocrat who treated the team how he treated the press, doesn't sound like the way to get the best out of the Ferrari team. Looks like this was Marchionne's plan anyway, the board had been informed and would have happened in the Summer but his death delayed that. It does sound like there has been infighting recently between Arrivabene and Binotto and a choice had to be made. If they kept Arrivabene then it's likely Binotto would go, a man whose been at the team since 95 and in charge of the technical developments over the last couple of seasons which have been pretty handy. Bring on the racing, just got a bit more excited about the season ahead.
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