Finally some sense! Burning a kid for saying something on a public personal stream? Cmon… This is a witch hunt for politically incorrect people.
This seems to be the case. Soft setup gives decent to good pace and tyre management as seen with Hamilton at Spain, stiff setup can give a faster lap but tyre temp window and wear goes to hell and ride quality gets harsh.
Actually i think after the engine brake issues they manifested over the race, the safety car may have cooked some engine part due to lack of air speed to cool it.
I hope Banco do Brasil pours some money for Pifitti as title sponsor, it would be cool to paint the car yellow and blue (like Sauber a few years ago).
Gio had his chance, and not impressed, time to move on, let’s see what Zhou can do other than bring a load of cash. Also i would like to see some of the F2 hot prospects as reserve drivers.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Red Bull "desperately need" Perez to score more points 10 months ago
Well… They could lend Giampiero to Checo…
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Ilott secures full IndyCar season with Juncos Hollinger for 2022 10 months, 3 weeks ago
At least he scored a drive, it would have been a pitty watch him getting no seat. Juncos has a great underdog story on lower formulas at US, i hope he gets a decent drive at some circuits.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Who should Alfa Romeo hire to partner Bottas in 2022? 10 months, 3 weeks ago
Maybe i’m just dreaming, but Mazepin getting the boot for Zhou… Money for money Zhou is a better driver.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Verstappen given three-place grid penalty for Hamilton crash 11 months ago
Fair would have been 5 sec to Max time, right? Like at Silverstone, haha.
For me, racing incident. Lewis could have left more room, so Max, position was on dispute, neither give a break, both DNFed, good for […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Albon's return to Formula 1 with Williams confirmed as Latifi stays 11 months, 1 week ago
And the last seat at Alfa Romeo will be for?
Dear Honda, that’s what we feel everytime you quit from F1 when you’re at the verge of something big.
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Red Bull not bothered by Hamilton's "gamesmanship" tactics in qualifying 1 year ago
David, take a deep look at LH out lap at the end of that Qualy, everytime a RB got close he pulled, then parked again, that was no tecnical or lap build/preparation relates, that was just an unsportive move to […]
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, As red flags become more common, F1 should ban repairs during suspensions 1 year ago
Limited parc fermé with red flag conditions. Repairs and tyre chances during red flag conditions should require a stop at the pit box and under that circumstances cars coming out from their pit box should go at […]
Masi is growing an itch of getting rid of him, he’s stepping too much on the development of the spectacle, trying to manipulate way more than i’m comfortable with. Let them race!
jpvalverde85 commented on the post, Horner defends Perez over Imola race errors after point-less finish 1 year, 3 months ago
I can see the pattern, also the stint on softs to the flag was the kind of awful decision that the RB pit wall takes for the second car on an already troubly race for Perez.
Amazing gift for Leclerc!
I was puzzled that Perez didnt try longer stints having good pace, didnt play the tire whisperer moto, 20 laps on Mediums, 20 something laps on Hards and ended on Mediums. I don’t have telemetry but i tought that […]
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