Pass of the Year 2015: Austria
- 21st June 2015, 12:23 at 12:23 pm #300483Keith CollantineKeymaster
Nominate the best pass or passes from the Austrian Grand Prix for our 2015 Pass of the Year poll.
Regular readers will know how the formula works: after every race we have a dedicated thread for you to nominate the best pass or passes. And at the end of the year the nominations are compiled and a list of the top ten created for everyone to vote on.
Nominate the best overtaking moves from the Austrian Grand Prix below. Please include as much details as possible – make sure to at least point out which driver passed which other driver or drivers – so your nomination can be counted.
Make nominations from this year’s earlier races:
Take a look at some of the past top tens here:21st June 2015, 18:27 at 6:27 pm #300548f199playerParticipant
Maldonado on Verstappen purely for not crashing when many others would have.22nd June 2015, 9:38 at 9:38 am #300601AtticusParticipant
Bottas on Hulkenberg for the first time.
Albeit a DRS-assisted move, Bottas set it up on the preceding straight and I couldn’t help but feel he went extremely close to the limits of his car’s grip and brakes as he turned in to Turn 3 as he wasn’t that far ahead when they began braking. He pulled it off, but I felt he risked a spin there.
EDIT: Also, this was the move in which tyre life difference made the least impact. Maldonado on Verstappen was good, Grosjean on Nasr was great, Ricciardo on Nasr was good, but all of them had the following car on much fresher tyres, hence a lot more grip.7th December 2015, 22:37 at 10:37 pm #310447georgeParticipant
maldonado on verstappen was mega
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