WhiteBlue wrote:It basically is reclaimed from the sea and the engineers could specify the earth mechanical side to their heart's content.
n smikle wrote:I feel robbed of the exciting race between Vettel and Lewis; at the second or third Lap I knew something was definitely wrong the car because of the inconsistent lap times. Lewis was driving on three brakes. But yeah.. that how it goes. I am still happy that Kovi kept Kimi at Bay so Mclaren can stay third in the WCC.
I really enjoyed this track..I think it's great. Looks good and drives good.. Even Ross Brawn said the track was "perfect" in what respect I am not sure though, but that means something.
n smikle wrote:jdavidx wrote:Maybe hamilton's problem has due to the general set-up of his car. Maybe its just good for qualifying and not enough for the whole race distance. It probably developed during the latter part of the first stint. Early radio conversation tells hamilton that vettel is catching a bit and he should push a little for the needed gap. You don't do that if you're sure you have a brake problem. He had similar problems before in other races. Excellent qualifying speed, but not good for race distances. Was planets away from everybody in qualifying in Canada 08 leaving everybody wondering where he got the grip in the decaying chicane, but tire or brake problems during the race started during the first stint and robert and kimi started to catch till luckily the safety car intervened. Anyway its a shame for lewis, could have been a better race. Well done Vettel.
They changed the caliper before the race so the team didn't expect it to be a brake problem. What happened in the race though, was a brake pad failure. First time this year. The driver can not control that, especially seeing it was the rear brakes which take less of a pounding. Vettel fans are lucky, It would have been a massacre if the BOSS kept up the 0.5 seconds a lap.
Fil wrote:more of this in F1! =D>
ISLAMATRON wrote:New rule, every driver must complete 3 doughnuts during the course of the race or risk being excluded.
8 ENGINE RULE AND 4 RACE GEARBOX RULE STILL APpLIES :wink:
ESPImperium wrote:ISLAMATRON wrote:New rule, every driver must complete 3 doughnuts during the course of the race or risk being excluded.
8 ENGINE RULE AND 4 RACE GEARBOX RULE STILL APpLIES
Every track must have a special doughnut zone where they must stop and rotate the car at least 3 times per doughnut. Theese must be done duting the race.
Now that would be a gimmick.
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