monkeyboy1976 wrote:Will do my best for pics for the forum. Any requests?
Since you ask, close-up cockpit and rear end (suspension and diffuser
. If it's not too much to ask for.
I guess windy conditions are still around at Silverstone. Hopefully they are gone at least for qualy and the race, along with those chances of precipitation.
Alonso's engine blew once again this morning during one of the FP's, but someone from Renault said that the engine being used clearly had that problem and that the race engines were already delt with and secure. Good luck to them! So hopefully Piquet Jr. can make the best out of his equipment too and maintain his positive results. Better make this one count as well, as this is the penultimate GP at Silverstone.
And Massa's accident was rather peculiar, since Alonso's engine had blown a few laps before. I'm left to wonder, why wasn't anyone watching the track conditions and notifying of the oil spill left from that engine failure? One would figure that with so many track marshalls and people around it would be an obvious area to inspect and clean up if necessary. Massa's shunt into the barriers could have been prevented without a doubt. But regardless of that he still managed to post the fastest time in FP1.