Steven Robertson commented on the post, Schumacher had more downforce than Verstappen after crash – Horner 1 day, 3 hours ago
Curious why he would still be slower on a straight though, surely less downforce would increase straight line speed.
I don’t get that Hamilton is lucky, drivers make their own luck. He qualified well, max then fell for his gamesmanship trap which stopped him out qualifying Bottas, max starting third in the race and got caught u […]
Looking back, I think he knew he was going to get disqualified for this anyway.
It’s pretty much guaranteed that max will do what Hamilton did to him, only unknown is if Max’s car will make it to the end. Can see an unusual podium tomorrow.
Looked to me like max ruined his own lap by trying to intimidate Lewis and not concentrate on his own preparation.
Steven Robertson commented on the post, As red flags become more common, F1 should ban repairs during suspensions 2 weeks ago
No sure on changing the no consequence ruling, I’m just picturing drivers exaggerating injuries much like footballers to get the person who caused the crash a bigger penalty.
Christian “files complaints constantly” Horner complaining about pressuring stewards. This has all went a bit ridiculous now.
This issue is, if the sprint race doesn’t count as a pole position, it would have to count as a race victory, which I think is worse.
Steven Robertson commented on the post, Rate the race: 2021 British Grand Prix Sprint Qualifying 2 weeks, 3 days ago
I’m unsure, the weekends session start times are all different so it’s been a pain scheduling free time to watch it. Great for fans at the event though.
Steven Robertson commented on the post, 2022 F1 car looks 'cool but retro like a 1990s Indycar' – Horner 2 weeks, 4 days ago
I don’t mind the look, I’m more concerned at the lack of in season development. If the seasons balance of performance is determined at the first race, why bother with the other races.
Steven Robertson commented on the post, F1 wants a US driver, but an IndyCar pipeline suits no one 3 weeks, 4 days ago
There’s isn’t really a large pool of American drivers in Indycar anymore, Newgarden or Herta are performing well though.
Steven Robertson commented on the post, Alonso: F1 rule to 'improve the show' helps the big teams 1 month ago
I don’t know if he is right or not, but all the data exists to verify his claim. It does seem to be at first glance a negative to qualify in positions 6-10 on the grid and starting on soft tyres when positions 1 […]
I think the issue Mercedes have is that this years car didn’t work as intended, which would have ruined the schedule of upgrades they had planned (cause they wouldn’t work either). To leap ahead of red bull wou […]
The media has got a part in this too, lesser sites love quotes from key people to create endless click bait articles. ‘Toto says this..’, ‘Horner thinks that..’ ‘Hamilton said..’ genuine issues like the tyres e […]
They are just doing what Horner has been doing for years.
With no in season testing and extremely limited upgrade options the teams are effectively locked into the cars and strategies they turned up with at the first race. For a series that prides itself on innovation, […]
Steven Robertson commented on the post, Verstappen quickest from Gasly in first practice at Red Bull Ring 1 month, 1 week ago
Since his teammate is 2 tenths behind, I’d be more inclined to think it’s the car more than gasly’s driving.
I can’t imagine any team would want to change drivers next year, that’s why there was so much driver movement last year. To set the foundations for the new regulations. Half the field aren’t even upgrading their […]
Yeah, they have strong mechanical grip so excel on street tracks but lack a good aero package for high speed corners. Probably because they run as little wing as possible to compensate for lack of top speed.
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