Well, it did apparently play a role in causing an accident S, so not a very solid prove then.
I rarely agree with Horner on such things, but have to agree that it is hard to see what AM think they can achieve. Will their rivals, FOM and FIA allow them to fix their issue and jump then halfway through the […]
bosyber commented on the post, Team radio problems contributed to collision between Perez and Ocon 6 hours, 34 minutes ago
bosyber commented on the post, Team radio problems contributed to collision between Perez and Ocon 6 hours, 36 minutes ago
Indeed Ninjenius, and in addition to that, at the time the time between then tended not to be thousands, so maybe there was a bit more margin for errors in this respect at the time.
bosyber commented on the post, Retiring on first lap of F1 debut was "very painful" – Mazepin 14 hours, 57 minutes ago
Yep @robbie first time for him I guess, and though Red Bull has been there before, that wasn’t with these cars, right!
Seems a fair and level headed take. Let’s see what this weekend and the other 20 races bring then!
bosyber commented on the post, AlphaTauri drivers back team's strategy to use harder tyres in Q2 2 days, 7 hours ago
Yeah, that’s probably the main/only outlier @aapje (though even at Monaco, in the midfield the risk of a bad start due to low grip on those bare rims and being swamped might still favor being outside of the top 10 […]
Ah, thanks for that bit of info Tommy Scragend that change was one I particularly wondered about.
Well done, dad/son time is very important so good for you @anunaki, it certainly makes me feel a bit better as a reason for having to recheck my weekend schedule than the funeral of a non-monarch royal of a […]
An mpu-k at the the front is needed to get enough braking energy recovery while keeping breaks and balance. So,weight is there already (but no need for powered axle from ICE, and hopefully then in hub motor to […]
Isn’t that why every team is required to use a single supplier, homologated ECU so the FIA can access that?
bosyber commented on the post, 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix interactive data: lap charts, times and tyres 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Good bit of context @mattds, indeed, let’s not forget why Albon was initially seen as a good try, and hopeful signing, if only he could keep improving on that a bit large deficit to Verstappen in quali, until he […]
Yeah, so as we discussed on twitter yesterday evening, I’m with you, apart from the ‘retroactively punish team, drivers because we as FIA cannot punish ourselves’ stuff @bascb that’s even worse than the […]
bosyber commented on the post, Sainz encouraged by Ferrari's close race with McLaren in Bahrain 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Which costs at a minimum EUR 27,50/month (ie EUR 330 for the first year, if I saw correctly, and after that EUR390)
This is either complete incompetence by Masi and the other stewards, or a deliberate bias towards that first car. @Tambeau I guess we hoped we could allow ourselves not to bother, and with 1 car/team doing it that […]
I guess since Red Bull complied, it has become a bit more academical, and not about that team, or Verstappen specifically (or maybe almost irrelevant, until the next time it comes up, and Masi’s answer remains a […]
bosyber commented on the post, Verstappen beats Mercedes pair to claim pole for Bahrain Grand Prix 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Looked like Mazepin was, as expected, faster than Schumacher, but not more consistent, so when he got it wrong, Schumacher picked up the pieces @jerejj, that’s a bit what I expect in the 1st half of this season […]
bosyber commented on the post, FIA to conduct new, "deeper" random post-race technical checks on F1 cars 2 weeks, 6 days ago
On Sky in FP3, Ted talked about how it, according to sources from multiple teams also is linked to the budget cap, with the FIA wanting a closer, deeper look at what’s on/in these cars, and how it changes over the […]
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