@forcef1 you don’t even have to look at the temperatures, just at the Alpines: the hards were not working at all, they were being terribly slow and overtaken by Ricciardo and both Aston Martins (!!!). It’s like […]
Warheart commented on the post, Vettel announces he will retire from Formula 1 at the end of 2022 2 weeks, 5 days ago
In 11 and 13 he only had to beat Webber (also a high quality driver)
Who didn’t once get second place in the WDC. Either the car wasn’t that superior, or Webber wasn’t a high quality driver.
Warheart commented on the post, Did the stewards give the right penalties for Russell and Gasly's collisions? 1 month ago
Sorry, but I think it’s you who needs to remove whatever glasses you’re wearing if you think the actions were the same. Palmer gives a great explanation with images: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuzMtAieIFk
I mean… gravel?
So in an interview, someone calls every driver by name except one, which happens to be black. That person happens to call that driver “little black”. But that’s not racist. Some mental gymnastics going on there…
@banbrorace calling every driver by his name, except one, sounds odd. If that driver is instead called using a racist word, I don’t think it’s too far fetched to call Piquet racist in this case.
Warheart commented on the post, F1 should penalise those who 'obviously' slow on purpose in qualifying – Norris 2 months ago
For anyone that hasn’t seen it, Palmer’s analysis of Alonso’s “mistake” in Q1 is quite interesting and thoroughly backed by both telemetry data and video evidence.
Warheart commented on the post, Ferrari will use "short-term fix" for Sainz's hydraulics failure in Canada 2 months ago
@eljueta I can actually picture Ferrari mechanics putting speed tape around the hydraulic lines, AlphaTauri-DRS-style.
@frood19 How is it “very generous” to Vettel? His excursion means it wasn’t obviously a perfect race, but up until then he was running in front of Hamilton and ended up 6th with an Aston Martin. That’s a quite […]
Warheart commented on the post, "Terrible" traffic after pit stop cost me Monaco GP win, says Sainz 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Of course, anyone can see it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sySvZTlDMNA
But hey, don’t let a video shatter your parallel reality where Sainz does everything wrong.
@sjaakfoo of course it makes sense. With 16 races to go there are 416 points for grabs, disregarding sprint race points. If Checo had won in Barcelona, he’d only be 11 points behind Max, who, for all we know, […]
@todfod gotcha, and you’re probably quite right in that sense: it was just the sixth race, with not even one third of the calendar covered. But strategy engineers cover basically everything that can happen (within […]
@todfod they’re faced with a situation they don’t know how to handle
But they do. “Let Max pass”. I don’t think many people see Pérez as a driver in Max’s level, and I’m sure everyone at RBR is very aware that […]
I’m a big fan of Carlos and was pleasantly surprised about his performance last year, but right now he has a race winning car; he needs to step up his game immediately or he’s going to be the next Barrichello (or […]
Warheart commented on the post, Alpine complain they had no say over penalty which cost Alonso points 3 months, 1 week ago
You’re almost making it sound like Alonso is the only driver in the current grid that has cut a chicane.
What I think he means is that Albon only stopped in the last lap because he had to. Otherwise, he would’ve done the full race on a set of hard tyres with neither a significant performance cliff nor reaching the […]
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