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F1 Fanatic’s top Tweets of 2017

2017 F1 season review

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The 2017 season began with one of last year’s teams dropping out and ended with questions over Lewis Hamilton’s tax affairs. Here’s a look back at the highlights which drew the most attention on F1 Fanatic’s Twitter feeds.

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  • 5 comments on “F1 Fanatic’s top Tweets of 2017”

    1. A lot of great tweets were posted throughout the year. Regarding last one: The Kuwait circuit looks interesting, but unfortunately, I doubt it won’t really get a chance to join F1 due to Bahrain’s alleged right to veto any potential new Middle-Eastern additions from entering the sport. Yes, they didn’t use it to prevent Abu Dhabi (UAE) from joining, but I doubt they’d allow any more venues from that part of the world to enter. If this circuit ever were to join F1, though, then it would have to be scheduled to take place close to either one of the current Middle-Eastern venues on the race calendar as it like the current ones is too hot from May till September for basically any outdoor activity, so, therefore, only either March, April, or November could/would work temperature-wise.

    2. RE: Favorite Driver
      There was a time when all F1F user knew there was preference driver on their profile and were proudly pick one. It was a good time. A time when Kimi was good.
      #DontLetMaxFansKnew

    3. It is a shame that the Instanbul Park Circuit is situated within Turkey, because of that (election) stunt Erdogan pulled there is some bad blood between Liberty and Erdogan. (April 11)

      But on the other hand money talks louder than principles.

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