Anne Fers commented on the post, 2018 team mates battles: Vettel vs Raikkonen at Ferrari 2 years, 12 months ago
A) You can trust Will Buxton’s report. Check the FIA website and you’ll find there the table with the elements of the PU used by each driver during each racing weekend and you’ll see that after the demise of his […]
Anne Fers commented on the post, 2018 team mates battles: Vettel vs Raikkonen at Ferrari 3 years ago
@pantherjag Keep in mind while comparing the qualifying delta that: A) Kimi was never given the Spec 2 Ferrari engine that Vettel raced with from Canada to Hungary. Kimi had to race with the same Spec 1 engine […]
Kimi is only 55 points behind despite:
*Suffering 3 DNFs due to:
-unsafe release in Bahrain (twice in a weekend, Ferrari getting a fine of 5000 euros for the one in practice & 50000 euros for the one during […]
Anne Fers commented on the post, Hamilton equalled another Senna record at Silverstone 3 years, 4 months ago
3rd in Paul Ricard, 2nd in Austria and 3rd in Silverstone. Pretty neat ;)
Stroll Martini Mercedes sounds accurate ;) And having Kubica but only in the simulator and the garage is a real shame. Williams’ ‘senior’ driver is only in his second season and he’s younger than their new & […]
In the light of how much Williams is struggling this season and with their financial limitations preventing quick and steady development, I’m looking forward to reading the interview with Claire. With the […]
Anne Fers commented on the post, Problems in first two races not down to bad luck – Raikkonen 3 years, 7 months ago
Exactly, Islander. Francesco’s warm replies to Kimi and Minttu’s well wishes in Instagram say it all about who Kimi is as a person. The team is the one who has to answer for two botched pitstops with the resulting […]
Actually, Raikkonen also retired in Baku. Twice ;)
But he completed enough of the race distance (46 laps out of 51) to be classified as 14th in the final result.
After the initial contact with Bottas and […]
Anne Fers commented on the post, Analysis: Raikkonen set to become Vettel's number two after Malaysia 4 years, 2 months ago
Costing him the championship how?
By advising Vettel to get into trouble by driving into Hamilton in Baku under the safety car then bumping wheels just for fun, an action that would have earned any other […]
The video aired during “El show de la Formula 1” in FoxSports3 for Latin America on June 12th, the show is shot in Argentina and broadcasted to the rest of the continent through the Fox Sports network. I asked […]
Well, in Ferrari’s book there is no need for explicit team orders when strategy can be used to avoid them ;)
In China Seb overtook Kimi on track by his own merits. Later on the race, while Kimi requested to […]
People also disregard the fact that the team have all the data to decide when to pit their drivers and that they sent Kimi into traffic when he rejoined the race.
As the leader of the race he was setting the […]
Of course you don’t pit both cars in the same lap ;)
Like Hamilton likes to say ‘the leader of the race sets the pace’. Kimi was leading the race in a circuit like Monaco where overtaking is not possible […]
Despite Kimi getting pole in Monaco, having a good start and making no mistakes, Ferrari still gave Vettel a chance to get ahead of his team mate by means of strategy. By sending Kimi into traffic after the only […]
In Monaco, Kimi tried to open a gap during the first laps, but Seb was not only driving an equal car right behind him, he also had the benefit of using for the first time the upgraded Spec 2 PU while Kimi was […]
Anne Fers commented on the post, 2017 Canadian Grand Prix team radio highlights: Practice 4 years, 6 months ago
Thank you for posting these :) It’s always interesting but more so today with such a difficult day on track for the drivers ;))
I doubt that “Hamilton let Rosberg win at the end of 2015” considering how Lewis kept asking the Mercedes pitwall for alternative strategies to beat his team mate during those last races.
And if Rosberg […]
Anne Fers commented on the post, Which team has the strongest driver pairing for 2017? 4 years, 10 months ago
I like the way you think :). Ferrari and Red Bull have two of the strongest line ups.
Despite all the reliability problems and bad strategy calls, Vettel and Raikkonen got the best out of the unpredictable […]
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