VissileF1 commented on the post, Red Bull pin hopes on high altitude tracks after "Hamilton stronghold" COTA 1 week ago
“Choking” or making more mistakes when the pressure is high or the stakes are high is a very real phenomenon that has been studied fairly thoroughly.
VissileF1 commented on the post, Bottas said he "ran over a squirrel" on his way to pole position 1 month, 1 week ago
I remember a ground hog at the hairpin in Montreal one year.
I posted this on a different article already, but they need to do something definite at these corners.
A strip of wet astro turf.
A small gravel trap.
A large enough drop off the back of the curb to cause floor […]
VissileF1 commented on the post, Why Russell's Mercedes debut could hit Hamilton in the pocket 10 months, 3 weeks ago
“and is wearing boots one size too small for his feet in order to cram into a footwell designed for Hamilton”
VissileF1 commented on the post, Aston Martin and Mercedes to share safety car supply in 2021 11 months, 1 week ago
Just going to leave this here…..
VissileF1 commented on the post, Perez and Hulkenberg 'both tough enough to go up against Verstappen' 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Everytime Otmar opens his mouth, I lose even more respect for him.
I think I’m at -523 respect points by now….
VissileF1 commented on the post, Racing Point will complain over second "harsh" reprimand for Perez 12 months ago
Everytime Sky Sports goes to Szafnauer on the pit wall, I just cringe.
Sure, I get that as a team principal, you have to defend your driver’s and you’ll obviously view things in favour of your own drivers, but […]
Retired due to an engine overheating issue, as far as I know.
VissileF1 commented on the post, Silverstone open to holding second F1 race on reverse track 1 year, 6 months ago
How do you know it would be compromised safety running the other direction?
Looking at google maps satellite view – all corners except for Copse, Abbey and maybe Maggots, seem decently suited for running in […]
VissileF1 commented on the post, Coronavirus not the only obstacle to rescheduling Australian GP in 2020 1 year, 7 months ago
If they want to try to squeeze all the races in later in the season, they could always do a 2 day race weekend instead of three. Longer single practice Saturday morning, quali in the afternoon and Rach on Sunday. […]
VissileF1 commented on the post, New crash tests mean further weight rise for F1 cars in 2021 1 year, 7 months ago
I doubt any of the cars are running any significant ballast (over a few kgs max). If they’re underweight, they’d just strengthen certain parts that are known to be a bit on the fragile / weak side of things. The […]
VissileF1 commented on the post, Did Verstappen deserve to lose pole over yellow flag error? 1 year, 12 months ago
It’s easy to say in hind sight that he was well clear of the incident and therefore “safe”.
What would have happened if Bottas was in the middle of the racing line? Same double yellow flags would have been waved…..
@coldfly All the details are locked away in confidential documents the FIA won’t release. I haven’t yet seen a concrete explanation for what they were doing. The only thing the FIA confirmed was that Racing Points […]
It is a dangerous precedent that was set.
Aid is such a subjective topic, as already proved in this thread.
I tend to agree with Oh Danny Boy. One could make the argument that the engineer talking to the driver […]
VissileF1 commented on the post, F1's new tyre wear television graphic is "misleading", says Pirelli 1 year, 12 months ago
Agreed on all points Neil.
VissileF1 commented on the post, Ferrari '100 metres away' from avoiding VSC for Vettel's retirement 2 years ago
Please correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought part of the advantage has to do with the fact that they have to meet minimum times for each sector and with the pits next to the start line, a pit stop will often […]
VissileF1 commented on the post, Haas reveals first image of car without Rich Energy branding 2 years, 1 month ago
Does anyone else find the tire asymmetry just looks wrong?
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