Rob W wrote:Ray wrote:West wrote:Maybe they should install random sprinklers around the track to make the race a little more interesting.
Now THAT'S a GREAT idea. I've thought that should be done everywhere.
Even better - tracks should have one sector with sprinklers going... so you have to make do in wet and dry conditions.
Lets suppose it would be done, how would tire selection be affected? Dry tires are out of the question, so intermediates would be the best option?
Or maybe instead instead of one sector dry and the other wet, a randon amount of laps in wet conditions (minimum 10 laps, to make the tire change worth it).
Sounds like a good idea. It would definately add some variables to each race weekend. And we would have more "wet" races per season as well. And it would be amazing to watch next season, considering no their will be no TC anymore!
I'm not sure about the predictions for race results. Obviously Ferrari's on podium, preferably 1-2. And Hamilton further down in the points . It's time for Hamilton to return to reality.
I presume Ferrari have worked on their reliability over the break and during the testing in Mugello, so it shouldn't be a bad weekend for them.
DNF's are unbearable to watch.