Marc.W wrote:Both, I know what you are trying to explain, but you have to understand that understeer is relative to speed in most cases, if the McLaren and Ferrari both enter a corner at the same speed and the F2012 understeers then the F2012 then has to take that same corner slower in order to combat the understeer
Yes i understand, that is however what i can´t see.
From my point of view, if we compare to Hamilton´s T1-T2-T3 you will see that turn in for T1 is actually pretty good.
So good that he backs of the steering in order to not cut the corner.
He then gets on it again at the very apex in order to clear the curbs on the left hand side. Or atleast so much to not loose time.
Out of T2 we see Massa on opposite lock, using all of the road.
Hamilton uses less but has no opposite lock.
T3 Hamilton brakes much earlier then Massa.
Hamilton clears the corner, Massa does not.
= Turn in seems ok, traction out of corners does not.It´s not how fast you enter a corner but how fast you get out of it.
No traction = bad time.