raymondu999 wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 12, 2020 3:58 am
Thoughts? I find it very interesting that they did this for Silverstone but not the RB Ring. (As in, why not both? Or why not neither?)
But i think a bit of strategic variation is needed to keep the races from being stale. Especially if (hopefully not) they just transpose one race’s S-M strategy to the next’s M-H or somesuch (maintaining same C-denotation strategy)
https://formularapida.net/pirelli-revea ... ations-en/
I suspect it has to do with the track. Silverstone #2 will be rubbered in quite extensively compared to the green #1 weekend.
Plus, it’s nice to have a faster car week #2 (plus there will be Friday practice because they need the data).
For Austria, probably going conservative, being the first GP in more then half a year. We always see this with F1’s firsts. Boring conservative races.