@eggry – With Lotus, it was not the difference with a dry/wet setup. Surely, with the car struggling to remain competitive with even a couple of degrees below 35c, even the best wet setup Lotus can ‘hardly raise the bar’!
because he’s probably going to last all of two corners before losing his front wing.
It has sort of become a race to see who loses his front wing on the first few corners, with lead contenders being Grosjean, […]
WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT???
Dont let the Mclaren/Ferrari/RB/Lotus engineers/management view your comment. RB has been spending millions on their new suspension since Canada, Ferrari even more on their updates […]
Speaking of mercedes, Costa has not really been adding any value to the design right?
I mean, he is more of a front wing/nose specialist, and there doesnt seem to be any great improvs in that area. too much […]
in many ways, i wish merc exit the game( as a constructor, not engine supplier ), with their tail between their legs, ASAP. And when they do that, we can have a team that could at least compete with williams, FI, […]
the merc did not look any ‘heavier’ than the other cars, specially when running on softs. I doubt the merc were sandbagging, they seem to have a BIIIG problem with track temp more than 30-35 degrees!
The track temp dropped 3-4 deg towards the end, as hamilton and raikkonen started their soft lap venture. Surely, both would have ‘usurped’ the RBs.
The RBs are clearly much quicker on softs than on the prime, […]
@Keithcollantine – Have I already told you how pleasing the color/font combo is on this site’s pages? Well, it sure is!
I hope it would not be too much to ask if you could possibly incorporate color change in […]
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