@pukktpie: not the answer I am looking for, but it seems to work, so I think you can set the next question.
For anyone who still wants to guess my intended answer, I will give the hint that it is to do with race victories.
Jere commented on the post, Ferrari suffer their first ever double lap one retirement 4 years ago
@pukktpie Even if they weren’t allowed to change their tyres during the red-flag stoppage, I doubt Alonso would’ve passed Vettel as track position is king in Monaco meaning that it’s easy to keep a driver with a […]
@pukktpie He seems to have really come on strong in the last couple of rounds after that earlier win-less spell. In particular his starts have improved so he’s doing a better job of converting his pole positions.
BasCB commented on the post, Renault may quit if engine rules don't change – Horner 6 years, 4 months ago
The key to a winning car back then was good mechanical and aerodynamic grip, and less influence and reliance on engine power.
Its not much different now though, @pukktpie.
Thing is Mercedes made a car that was […]
@pukktpie – Yeah that’s it. They won’t replace Massa or Bottas out of choice but imagine this situation:
Williams go into Abu Dhabi level on points with Ferrari for 2nd in the constructors and Bottas’ tweaks […]
@pukktpie Well, this is what Webber said about Vettel almost a year ago:
I think Seb will do everything early in life: he’s got his championship titles and his results early, he’s going to have a kid early and […]