The gaps in your table are wrong.
ChrisJ commented on the post, Russell fastest for Mercedes in dry final practice session at Imola 9 months, 3 weeks ago
My biggest issue with interest for any Free Practice session is that it takes quite a bit of effort to get that really interesting data. Can somebody point me to resources where actual lap charts and the […]
I guess everyone who felt the need has had the opportunity to express their (mostly biased) opinion on Verstappen, Hamilton, Abu Dhabi and the past season by now, everyone has even had the chance to trigger […]
Neither of us know for how long Ricciardo was positive but there’s still a difference between being tested positive (being infected) and being ill (suffering from Covid). The one thing is a virus the other is a […]
ChrisJ commented on the post, McLaren put Google brand logo on wheel covers in new sponsorship deal 10 months, 4 weeks ago
When will you have finished designing your livery?
ChrisJ commented on the post, "Now I'm back" – Hamilton breaks social media silence 1 year ago
I don’t see those who doubted Hamilton returning any more assured by what basically is nothing more than announcing that he’s back from his absence on social media. His post doesn’t say any more than that […]
Well, I guess “the” does not mean “he”…
None of this is about Mercedes, about Red Bull, Lewis or Max, this is all about the FIA and the real shame is that they can’t challenge themselves on that one.
It’s not about them so why does is take Mercedes […]
What Mercedes said is that their ICE is degrading much more than anticipated which transfers to power loss with added mileage. That’s the reason they changed it and took the corresponding penalty, that’s a […]
ChrisJ commented on the post, Bottas to start at the back again after another change of power unit 1 year, 4 months ago
How exactly does it make sense to “place him near Verstappen for tactical reasons”?
In my opinion it would even be more reasonable to change Hamilton’s power unit and take that penalty now.
ChrisJ commented on the post, Vettel encouraged by early signs of Ferrari downforce gain 2 years, 11 months ago
You do realise that today Bottas in testing did that lap time on C5 tyres whereas the pole lap for the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix was done on a set of C3s, right?
ChrisJ commented on the post, Radio message gave Leclerc hope Ferrari would give him the lead back 3 years, 4 months ago
The only thing that really baffles me is that almost everyone else missed the spot. Vettel came out in free air after his stop and with Leclerc bunching up the field in the first stint to protect them from the […]
This race came back to life after a rather dull middle part. Proof there that what it takes to spice things up is cars under different conditions at different race phases and strategic options. The fact that […]
I’m not at all questioning the SC or it’s purpose, I’m not even complaining. Maybe I didn’t use the word “artificial” appropriately here. But much like Bahrain 2014 which also got massively great ratings the […]
We should not forget in all the enthuasims for what was an exciting final 20 laps, if it had not been for the SC and the fact that we have the two compounds-rule the race would have remained as dull, with things […]
The biggest drawback from opposing the switch to bigger rims is that this in fact means Michelin won’t make a bid to become F1’s tyre supplier which is a pity. I still genuinely believe they could do a better job […]
ChrisJ commented on the post, EU lawsuit threat from smaller teams 'not going away' 7 years, 8 months ago
Refuelling would end under-fuelling strategies (highlight RBR 2010-2013) that further monopolize the pole sitter.
Not even that, the 100kg of fuel per race rule was always going to stay regardless of in-race refueling.
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