So as we are approaching the half way point of the season, and had three excellent races on the bounce, seemed like a good time to kick start this thread. A win for Max and another DNF for both Mercedes would certainly making things a little more interesting in the 2nd half of the season. Sadly I do not see that happening, but the second half of next season could be really interesting as the top three teams all seem to have closed the gap to each other. Its going to be an interesting race, I do not think with have seen Ferrari's true pace yet, and if the rain affects qualifying, who knows what might happen. Would be great to see Lando near the top, and Russel make it through to Q1. Outside of F1, Max and Lando teamed up in the iRacing 24 hour Spa race and won it, which is pretty cool. Worth watching the last 15 minutes of the race. Spoiler: Last 15 Mins Spoiler Max's brake pedal broke, so he had to slow the car down, get a tow back to the pits and Lando had to finish the race, they still managed to win, but it made for an interesting last 15 minutes. https://wtf1.com/post/verstappen-and-norris-went-meme-crazy-as-they-won-the-iracing-spa-24-hours/ And finally, could not update this topic without mentioning my weekend away at Silverstone. Silverstone was a special race for me, as it was 20 years since I attended my first race at Silverstone, and with it being potentially the last ever race (yay for the new 5 year deal), I had to go one final time. You can even make out the blur where we were sitting on the TV coverage, but if you missed that, here are some highlights of the weekend. After the race, they open up the track so you can walk around, which was lots of fun. Made even funnier when a group of lads started joking about watching out for Ferraris behind me. Talking of the Vettel\Max incident, it was great to examine the scene of the incident up close and personal. Vale is not a good corner for Max. We than had a very special treat courtesy of Mike and his friend at Renault. I can see see the image of the back of the car without the body work in my memory like it was 10 seconds ago. F1 cars really are amazing bits of engineering. Wondering around the Paddock was cool, getting a selfie with some of the drivers, and getting the no photos and brush off from Kimi (Which is what you would expect from Kimi, and he did spend time outside signing autographs with the fans who had been queuing ages). It was really neat to get see Adrian Newey, up close and personal and also see him racing his classic lotus Also quite funny going up to the bar and finding out it was a free bar, only for it to only serve Heineken Blue until 11am. Overall, I would give the weekend a 100 out of 100. And if you get the chance to attend a race, I would highly recommend it, watching it on TV is brilliant, but seeing it in person is a different level.