Everyone can have a bad day. If that kind of standard continues from his race engineer you’d have to be looking at changes. By the way, agree with Latifi about his views on race control. F…. dangerous indeed.
John H commented on the post, F1's heavy cars at odds with sustainability push – Hamilton 20 hours, 1 minute ago
He definitely doesn’t do himself any favours @maxv agreed. I have to admit when I saw that one planet t-shirt I just sighed.
John H commented on the post, F1's heavy cars at odds with sustainability push – Hamilton 21 hours, 49 minutes ago
Fair enough @maxv. I mean it’s entertainment at the end of the day so is it worth it, well what is? There’s a balance surely, it’s never going to be particularly sustainable but it sure can do better than it is […]
John H commented on the post, F1's heavy cars at odds with sustainability push – Hamilton 22 hours, 14 minutes ago
That’s somewhat simplistic @maxv. I mean, another driver would just take his place.bmore effective is to try and change things on the inside, however as above these PUs weigh quite a bit. Bringing back refuelling […]
John H commented on the post, Haas rookies discovering how much they had to learn – Steiner 1 day, 18 hours ago
I have to disagree with @keithcollantine on this one. He wasn’t fully alongside and came from a long way back whilst surely seeing it was already going to be two-wide already. I thought it was a bit of a reckless […]
John H commented on the post, F1's heavy cars at odds with sustainability push – Hamilton 2 days, 20 hours ago
Indeed about safety measures. I’m surprised at the 145kg weight of V6 but I guess they have optimised it over the last 7 years. Another factor is the driver ballast of course which I think increased. Ultimately, […]
John H commented on the post, F1's heavy cars at odds with sustainability push – Hamilton 2 days, 22 hours ago
Batteries are heavy, what’s the mystery here? I would love to watch lighter more nimble cars too, but these cars are more sustainable operationally than ten years ago, so I don’t really know what Hamilton is […]
Because were it not for Schumacher’s insanely fast reactions @balue, that Haas would have been an aeroplane.
And no, it wasn’t cool when Grosjean did it either. No top driver would.
If one driver lifts and the other ploughs on through the debris what then?
No, you need to have the VSC so that all cars drive through incidents at a similar speed, end of.
You missed the SC debacle at Mugello, blaming all the drivers (again) instead of looking into the procedure with SC lights going out confusing the drivers. One of the things about Charlie was his contrition, […]
Whilst I agree with the sentiment, the devil is in the details @ben-n. For example if there was a hard rule of 5 laps, that would be completely different on one track to the other, plus the fact it opens up the […]
Completely agree 100% @jeanrien. The fact that the race director of F1 does not seem to remember why the VSC was developed in the first place in 2014 is just gross negligence. Double waved yellows are not enough, […]
VSC. It should be thrown immediately if they can’t decide straight away on a full SC.
If there not sure about the SC at least immediately throw the VSC before going to a full safety car.
Masi should educate himself about letting drivers decide on yellow flags and reflect upon why the VSC was […]
Indeed @montalvo, you’re right. I thought that maybe a couple might be possible but looking at the times again that’s unlikely. Definitely Hamilton has had more luck this season than Verstappen that’s for sure.
Yep you’re right @maddme.
Oh I forgot to add, lol.
Your numbers don’t take into account the drivers at all @rocketpanda, Singapore 2017 was a classic example of this. It’s not that I don’t like you, it’s because the hyperbole and vitriol on this site recently is […]
As I say above, he would have still got points at Imola without the SC in all likelyhood @montalvo. Not sure how many, but certainly more than 0.
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