@harsha No. Vettel used 3 sets of soft tyres in Q1 and Q2. So when he went into Q3, the only new set he had was the set given to Q3 runners, yet cannot be used during the race. So Vettel has 0 new sets of softs, […]
@harsha Enrique Scalabroni famous Williams designer said the opposite. The big reason for that is because of the angle of the upright. With a lower front end, the upright has a straighter angle which means the […]
BasCB commented on the post, Rosberg's sector times show he can take Hamilton on 6 years, 11 months ago
probably. I doubt he is putting much effort in one lap pace, given that he will probably only od a single lap in Q1 to satisfy the 107% rule @harsha
Seems like Grosjean is almost guaranteed to be at Lotus, and Maldonado was confirmed back in July. I read the articles about Checo and Lotus. It seems like Checo has offered Lotus his services, and his backers’ sponsorships as a backup plan to FI, but I don’t think Lotus ever…[Read more]
@harsha – Seems Grosjean is due to remain with Lotus, and it seems Button is due to be replaced with Alonso. Neither of those have been confirmed yet, but that’s the generally accepted idea of whats going to happen.
Hey guys, thanks for the feedback!
@harsha, those are great ideas. I’ll look into those. It would make access control and management a bit trickier though, but I’ll see how it works out.
@fastiesty, Ill have to play around with the pricing models to see what works.
At present, Im going to put up practice and qualifying sessions wherever…[Read more]
Kingshark commented on the post, Hamilton to start 20th after five-place grid penalty 7 years, 3 months ago
I remember that Vettel wasn’t released in Abu Dhabi 2012 until Hamilton (the leader) crossed the 1st sector point, although I could be wrong.
Wrong on 2 accounts @harsha.
First of all, the teams already can use higher revs then they are using, but they choose not to to be more efficient (compare staying in 4th gear longer before shifting to 5th […]
Omar R commented on the post, Hamilton hampered by eye irritation in closing laps 7 years, 5 months ago
@harsha) Because drivers never close that visor completely. They usually leave a space open, I think it’s to avoid moisture.
I believe When Renault get their engine performance to max RBR will use their Max DF
Renault have been running their engines at 100% for the past few races, RBR are still nowhere near Merc.
Jason commented on the post, Retirements needed for points in Australia – Vettel 7 years, 7 months ago
I don’t share those worries, as Newey’s strength (Aero) has been neutralised.
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