I can see Rosberg taking more risks on his "banker" lap in Q3 whilst Lewis plays it a little safe only for Lewis to then snatch it from him on their final runs when he can throw caution to the wind. The way the rear of these cars is sliding around is going to make Monaco much more spectacular this year, and I'll be VERY surprised if we don't see the safety car at least a couple of times.Unc1eM0nty wrote:Another Lewis pole, yes Nico was quick last season but Lewis now he the breaking issues sorted.
What on earth makes you think that? The power unit is hugely important at Monaco, for a whole batch of reasons - drivability out of corners, breaking stability and predictability, briefly, peak power down into the chicaine, etc. In past years, where the engines all delivered the power in a roughly controllable way, and had nothing to do with slowing the car down, you would be right. In modern terms though, that's really not the case.NathanOlder wrote:Qell if the Red Bull is as good a car as people say, they will win here. Renault Power wont let them down here. So a real car test
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