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With Schmevals victory at Monza last night, he becomes the first driver in Atomic F1 history to take 5 consecutive Victories. A feat that many could argue may never be matched or beaten. His 6th win of the season means he's only 3 victories away from matching the likes of Flouncy and Lambo for most wins in a season. With still 6 rounds remaining the question should really be, can anyone halt his charge?
His 5th consecutive win, and his 6th of the season. He stands alone in terms of wins in a row, and now leads the championship by a more comfortable lead. His performances have been short of perfect and his pace has been exceptional. The record for wins in a season is within his sights now it seems a question of when, not if.
Another fine drive and one that leaps him up the order to 3rd in the standings. Wasn't the perfect qualifying session but made good use of race setup to pass the Renault on the opening stint and pull away. 36 points off the lead isn't insurmountable but will certainly be tough to challenge Schmeval in this kind of form.
Atomic Lambo: 3rd
A solid result has been on the cards for sometime and Renault will slightly breath a sigh of relief after a small mistake in the race strategy. Despite this the car had been quick all weekend, and 3rd is a welcome reward. The result gives them a small buffer over Williams in the constructors championship.
A solid result but several mistakes cost the McLaren driver in the early stages. Opted to start on primes looking to make places up on the grid and was as high as second till a mistake out of the second chicane saw Lambo pass after his first stop. His last stint was most impressive setting the second quickest lap as one of only two drivers to dip into the 1:19's.
Would have been challenging ToF9 for 4th but a cruel drive through mean that while he had the legs to finish well ahead of his team mate he could do little to challenge the McLaren. Despite it not being his best track, he set competitive times in both race and qualifying so the result will be slightly disappointing. However a measured recovery and 5th still means 10 points in the bank.
ET ROm au: 6th
A solid drive, but lacked overall pace to really push up further. Was a second off the pace in qualifying but started to come good in race dipping into the 1:20s in the end. Was pushed to the end by the fast finishing Oz1098S but 10 seconds off his teammate who also had a drive through. Still consistent points will mean that Sauber stay ahead of Renault in the constructors title.
After out performing his team mate in his first races for Renault, Oz has struggled the last few races. A solid qualifying saw him 4th on the grid, but he spent most of the race battling for the lower positions with ET, and Ghost. Finish just 3 seconds on the back of ET but will curse a drive through penalty for corner cutting forcing him onto an aggressive 1 stop strat.
After coming off two double 2nd place finishes, confidence should have been high for a solid result in Monza. However both Williams were off the pace, and with Eradicator84 missing from Practice with Illness it was always going to be a tough ask.
Was never really on the pace and struggled with pace eventually finishing well down in 8th.
Despite missing FNP with illness, Eradicator84 put on a brave performance to simply turn up to the race. With little practice, the Williams was well of the pace ended up finishing a lap down. Not an indication of what is possible from the Williams. We hope he recovers for the race in Singapore.
Modz85 - DNF
Jasegp - DNF