Valencia organisers confirm 1 DRS zone for European GP between turns 11 and 12.
La única zona de DRS del Valencia Street Circuit se reduce en 120 metros en la recta desde el puente hasta la curva 12
raymondu999 wrote:No action happened with two long zones, and they want to now make it just one?
" If Hamilton can't pull a pole+win out of the hat in Canada. I'm selling my Hamilton WDC betting slip
Mr Alcatraz wrote:I realize you have a bet on him winning the whole shooting match
raymondu999 wrote:Mr Alcatraz wrote:I realize you have a bet on him winning the whole shooting match
I do. But it doesn't mean I want or think it will happen.
I'm somewhat superstitious, and it's my "just-in-case" strategy in case "knock on wood" doesn't cut it!
It's my superstition hedging. I can go somewhat extreme in criticising a driver who hasn't performed the previous year, such as Button in 2008 and Hamilton in 2011. Then to cover my ass from karma I place a bet on said driver. Hell of a lot of good that did me when I did in December 2008. I took a... what? 1:1000? Bet on Button
Chuckjr wrote:Just curious here, but why is virtually nobody picking Alonso for the win? What is it about the circuit that is Ferrari unfriendly?
godlameroso wrote:The weather in that part of Spain at this time is almost always the same, beautiful sunshine. If it's a hot race expect the Lotus cars to be seriously quick. I think it's Raikkonen's turn to win one, and this might be their best opportunity. I think most teams will opt for a one or two stopper, although the rears do take a pounding around here, the cornering speeds are not too high, except for the final sector, so degradation will be only slightly worse than in Canada. If either Lotus get's on the front two rows, then they'll have a very good chance at victory. On the other end, I think Massa will win here if anyone else, call it a hunch.
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