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2014 F1 Drivers Guide for @ScarbsF1

A Humorous Look At How to Identify F1 drivers in 2014 for my mate Craig Scarborough It appears this may become an annual feature.  It was a huge hit last season thanks to Craig Scarborough for inspiring the idea.  As requested Scarbsie, this is for you. Fernando Alonso #14, can be easily identified in his red suit either celebrating enthusiastically, wearing a frown, in a deep pensive state or experimenting as media in preparation for a career switch. Valteri Bottas #77, does not like the smell of the new Pirelli tyres.  He can often be found holding his breath through the paddock or practicing his podium jumps. Jenson Button #22, Has just gotten engaged and can be either spotted in a...
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