marcush. wrote:astonishing how big the difference is...i remember something similar with Senna (?)years ago and he was a tenth away from his actual time..
raymondu999 wrote:Lewis hits it a bit harder too. But I think it's just preference. I don't think it's something that will affect performance in any way
marcush. wrote:From watching the two I ´m surprised by the really slow movements on the wheel by both ..
and it´s very obvious that Hamilton is much more at easy with the controls at least that´s how it comes across for me .
I always thought visualizing the lap is a natural for any top driver and they´d do it subconciously at least before doing the qualy shot.
But this video makes me think again.
bhallg2k wrote:I think anyone who spends any amount of time even playing a video game could do this. It's not the recall of a track that separates F1 drivers from the rest of us; it's the clinically precise, lightning quick and deadly consistent reactions they display in real-world conditions around the track.
EDIT: If it hadn't inexplicably taken me ten minutes to write those two sentences, this sentiment would not seem like an oddly absent-minded agreement of the one before it.
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