Complete and utter nonsense only brought up to "justify" undeserved preferential treatment for Hamilton in this race and the whole season. Firstly if Bottas was so slow it should't be a problem for Hamilton to overtake him. Especially since the idea was to overtake supposedly quicker Raikkonen/Vettel. If you can't pull off the first one...NathanOlder wrote: ↑Sat Aug 05, 2017 1:06 pmBottas couldn't benefit from a Kimi mistake, he was barely close enough at any time. And once Lewis was 3rd Bottas had nothing. Lewis would have benefited from a Kimi mistake or even a Seb mistake as he was less than 2sec off Kimi for many laps.
Lewis fans have no problem with what Lewis did
How much of the advantage is down to when each car deploys their energy stores?henry wrote: ↑Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:46 pmYes an excellent graphic.
Interestingly up to sector 3 as soon as they are on a "straight" the Mercedes is quicker but thereafter the Ferrari has it including as they approach the finish line where the Mercedes was quicker at the beginning of the lap. this suggests the Mercedes is running out of something, perhaps rear tyres, lack of traction, or front tyres, understeer and inability to drive out of the corner, or , less likely I think, deployment power.
I think this is the most useful videos lap analysis I have ever seen. I'd love to see more.
Wow, look at Hamilton's hands when he is in the slow speed corners. How much he has to fight the car, compared to Vettel. That Ferrari is unmatched in the slow speed stuff. The high speed corners seem similar to me. Merc faster on the straights. Most likely Spa and Monza will be all Merc and Ferrari will dominate Singapore.
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