roon wrote: ↑
Sun Jul 08, 2018 11:30 pm
Well, Silverstone 2018 just happened.
Still not a meaningful argument... instead of just coming back and trying to imply that the argument is flawed (or others are wrong) whenever a good race happens, why not make this a constructive argument and participate in the discussion?
If I really have to explain, Silverstone falls under the category of random/rare good show. In other words, Silverstone doesn't quality as a normal sample for this argument.
Silverstone, in fact, highlights some of the points mentioned in this thread
1. Lewis' storming come back drive highlights the performance difference between a top-tier team and the rest of the field
2. We saw most of the overtaking, because, Lewis and Raikkonen fell out of position (don't mistake me, it would still have been a good race without that, but, that doesn't change the fact most of the racing was just a consequence of super-fast cars falling out of position to the back of the grid)
3. Also, as mentioned in one my earlier posts, take DRS out of the equation and many of the spectacular overtakes may not have happened (event that mighty last min move from Vettel was DRS influenced)