djos wrote:The DRS Zone was badly botched by the FIA for the the Spanish GP, it didn't start anywhere near early enuf and as a result it cost Lewis the Win and Mark a Podium place - very disappointing imo!
CyleB wrote:Then Vettel would have passed Hamilton... i dont see where Vettel immediately getting passed slower cars is lucky nor do I see Vettel being faster out of the last corner lucky that just shows that the RB7 is dominant... The fact that Vettel has won 4 of 5 races shows this
marcush. wrote:Barrichello with only new unused tyres in the race still not making an impression on Maldonato is weird..he lost everything in the first stint and in the 3 on new hards compared to Maldonato..what went wrong there?
The pitstops were agonising as well...10 seconds lost to the best is lousy.bearing in mind that the car was not slow ...they seem to get not much right at this time.
donskar wrote:I don't watch a race with spreadsheet, charts, or graphs
1) Over the full length of the race, Ham had KERS; Vettel only intermittently. Anyone hazard a guess (or firm answer baased on facts) as to how much total difference that would have made? I have to believe it would be on the order of more than a second. More than enough for Vettel to be well clear of Ham. Glad to be corrected by someone with facts.
donskar wrote:1) Over the full length of the race, Ham had KERS; Vettel only intermittently. Anyone hazard a guess (or firm answer baased on facts) as to how much total difference that would have made? I have to believe it would be on the order of more than a second. More than enough for Vettel to be well clear of Ham. Glad to be corrected by someone with facts.
donskar wrote:2) The DRS zone is what it is and is the same for all drivers. If placed differently it might have helped Ham. And if different, might have helped Vettel more.
3) When the trailing car (in any situation, not just Vettel-Ham) is able to use DRS, the trailing car is racing to a different set of aero rules than the car in front. Unprecedented.
donskar wrote:4) What happened to the Renault engine's power deficit? Remember: with more HP (?), DRS, AND KERS, Ham could not pass Vettel.
donskar wrote:5) The race is over. Vettel won. On to Monaco. Would LOVE to see the race won by a car that is neither chrome nor painted with a red cow on its side.
djos wrote:There would have been DRS overtaking had the zone started just after the exit of the corner instead of the start finish line!
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