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Say what? The best of team radio from China

21 Apr 2016

From flaming brakes to fiery tempers - and a lesson in how to pronounce driver names - we round up the finest team radio action from Shanghai…
Alonso feels the sting

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A late yellow flag spoiled several drivers' attempts to make it into Q3 on Saturday in Shanghai, but perhaps none were as disappointed as McLaren's Fernando Alonso, who sniffed the possibility of ending the team's run of 22 races without progressing into the final pole shoot-out...


Raikkonen fires from the hip - again...

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Kimi Raikkonen's reputation for straight-talking has long been part of his F1 legend. No surprise then that he opted for a very specific way of conveying his frustrations during long runs simulations in FP2...


Blue flags cause Kvyat to turn the air blue

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Daniil Kvyat was in feisty mood throughout the race in China - and late on was still trying desperately to hunt down Sebastian Vettel in second, meaning he had little patience while trying to fight his way past backmarkers.


Charging bull versus prancing horse doesn't end well

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'Never hit your team mate' is one of the oldest unwritten rules in F1 - so when Sebastian Vettel nudged into Kimi Raikkonen, in front of the watching Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne, he made sure everyone was clear exactly where he thought the blame should be placed.