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August 24, 2015 @ 1:12 pm

Belgium 2015

Following the Belgian Grand Prix the Pitpass team has gather to dissect the race in minute detail, coming to the abrupt conclusion that Lewis Hamilton could probably have won blindfolded.

In an explosive episode Chris Balfe, Max Noble and Mat Coch are back in the studio and analyse every facet of the Belgian race, and beyond, and come up with some startling revelations.

Coch for one suggests Sebastian Vettel should retire if he doesn't like the idea of a tyre failure, while Balfe suggests he should lodge a complaint with the high-effective driver's union, the GPDA. Coch is similarly unimpressed by Nico Rosberg's comments over Pirelli, and goes into bat for the tyre supplier in the face of current criticisms.

Praise is heaped upon Romain Grosjean for his drive to third place while there's a collective raising of eyebrows over Valtteri Bottas' pit stop fiasco. Indeed, Coch must have got out of bed on the wrong side because, not happy with getting stuck into Vettel and Rosberg, he also has a go at Bottas.

Noble endorses Ferrari's recent decision to retain Kimi Raikkonen and Balfe is in awe of Lewis Hamilton's ability to not only live the rock and roll lifestyle but also utterly dominate on track.

There is also a plug or two for the supplier of Chris' plush new office chair, of which Noble and Coch are clearly envious and doing all they can to score one for themselves.

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