Hamilton And Vettel's Near Miss In Montreal | 2019 Canadian Grand Prix Kostenloser MP3-Download

  • Published on Jun 9, 2019

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  • syed farzaan
    syed farzaan 3 months ago

    You know its bad when even the Canadians are booing.

  • paolo trevisan
    paolo trevisan 3 months ago

    He protecc

  • 87037244
    87037244 3 months ago

    That’s clearly Ericsson’s fault.

  • braindead v7x
    braindead v7x 2 months ago

    Verstapen making Contact with Leclerc = racing incident

  • Monsta Lova
    Monsta Lova 3 months ago

    I've been watching F1 since I was 5 years old from 1988. In that time I've missed 2 races and was devastated to not watch them. For the last couple years I've contemplated not watching it anymore. The rules and penalties are ruining this sport! The drivers have turned into robots and there's hardly any demonstration of a driver being able to make a difference from his car. I'm not a Vettel fan or Ferrari for that matter, which shows even more how poorly I think this sport is headed. Even in Monaco I couldn't believe Verstappen got a penalty for the pitlane incident (I'm not a fan of Verstappen either!) F1 needs to fix these stupid rules and bring back real racing, not artificial DRS passing which means an automatic pass on a long straight. This is the only sport where the teams dictate the rules! If the show doesn't improve with penalties and artificial passing still constant then F1 you've lost a hardcore fan and I'm sure millions of others along with me. At least Indycars are still exciting.

  • J-King
    J-King 3 months ago

    Everyone: finally a good race with a different winner

  • Dalibor Zak
    Dalibor Zak 3 months ago

    F1 fans during next GP: "How many stupid penalties will be imposede during this race?"

  • Juan Manuel Santoyo Urbina

    No crash at all. Maldonado would be disappointed.

  • Goldpoll Paul
    Goldpoll Paul 3 months ago

    RIP F1. MotoGP is more interesting n entertaining. For many years i'm a fan of F1 but no more.

  • neale rodger
    neale rodger 3 months ago

    Did Hamilton not leave the track defending Verstappen in Monaco?.. nothing happened there? Dreadful decision!

  • A G
    A G 3 months ago

    Vettel later switching the podium signs is just GOLD lmao

  • Am I Right
    Am I Right 3 months ago

    Lewis: if I keep going I will hit the wall

  • Imperador Do Brasil Dom Pedro II, O Magnânimo

    I'm not a Vettel Fan and i really think that Hamilton is way better driver than him, but look, imo Sebastian had no fault here, Lewis tried to overtake from inside, and like seb said he had no other place to go. I feel kinda bad for him because fia is clearly favoring Mercedes on the last couple of years, but Ferrari deserves it, back then, Schumi's era, Ferrari was always using fia to beat Alonso and Hakkinen, plus what they did with Barrichello in Austria, well, i hope everything will change for 2021, it can't get worse than this.

    THE RACER 21 hours ago

    Vettel still will win a race this year. Right?

  • Arad Keywankhah
    Arad Keywankhah 3 months ago

    In Monaco 2016 Hamilton did same but no penalty

  • Sutimeister
    Sutimeister 3 months ago

    How many races should mercedes win this year?

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  • Megatron
    Megatron 3 months ago

    I find it funny how some people still want to blame hamilton for this even though he has zero fault in this.

  • NeilMick
    NeilMick 3 months ago

    Formula 1 sucks these days, will probably stop watching, sad really have been a follower of the sport since 1994

  • Ricky Montgomery
    Ricky Montgomery 3 months ago

    Does no think vettel turned to his right when coming back onto the track he made the mistake through the pressure from Hamilton I think five sec is harsh I think he should of had to give up the position and fight to get it back