I agree, except that race setup is usually tuned for lower downforce/higher top speed so that others won' be able to follow you on the straights. In parc ferme conditions if one chooses optimal level of downforce it may work against him in race.donskar wrote:Run a very low drag setup at a fast track (Monza, for example) and you might get pole, but not be competitive in racing conditions.
Was it the German GP? Two radical weather changes, plus a Midland leading a race aren't signs to be ignored. If not, I'd say Fuji.Ciro Pabón wrote: Now, lighthouses of knowledge, which is the race with more overtakings in history?
Clue: it happened last year, blind bunch of whiners.
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