Do also you think the Montreal version looks tighter now? That's what I thought, initially.
That's a great photo. Here are a few more:zibby43 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:02 pmRarely do you get a head-on, rolling shot as good as this.
Thanks! As are those. It's fascinating observing the contact patch at any given moment on any given corner.Blaze1 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:08 pmThat's a great photo. Here are a few more:zibby43 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 07, 2019 11:02 pmRarely do you get a head-on, rolling shot as good as this.
https://f1grandprix.motorionline.com/do ... -00112.jpg
https://f1grandprix.motorionline.com/do ... -00246.jpg
https://motorsport.nextgen-auto.com/pho ... ay/263.jpg
Yeah, autosport have alluded to this.
Bottas was compromised after he messed up his banker lap (his first run). He made several mistakes on his second Q3 lap. Bad lines, lock-ups, all the things you can't afford around a relatively short lap.
Nice! tho a comment on twitter reckons HPP=0 is an inlap setting, Party Mode must be too secret!zibby43 wrote: ↑Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:32 amhttps://twitter.com/TheF1Poet/status/11 ... 7221435392
Hmm, strategy: was worse this race, tyre preservation: the same or a tiny bit better, fuel efficiency: see tyres, race power of engine: Ferrari still better. Merc will be in real trouble once Ferrari gets their act together. The engine difference is just too big! Lewis saved the day once more by pressuring Vettel into a mistake.De Jokke wrote: ↑Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:57 pmHi, anyone knows if Merc dialed the engine back after the Stroll failure?
I find it odd that Merc still haven't figured out why they are loosing so much on the straights. Engine power used to be their thing until 2018. With their ressources, they should be able to understand how to get back on top of this, no?
This year, we should be okay (big advantage points wise + car for all tracks compared to Ferrari), but if Ferrari rectifies their car for 2020, Merc will end up losing both titles… Lewis simply lost pole due to a lack of engine power compared to seb. Still think (and hope) Merc will have the advantage in the race (strategy, tyre preservation, fuel efficiency, race power of engine)
Can someone explain what every button there does? I understand some of it, but there are plenty of things I don't.zibby43 wrote: ↑Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:32 amhttps://twitter.com/TheF1Poet/status/11 ... 7221435392