Pyrone89 wrote: ↑
Sat Jul 11, 2020 11:58 pm
At what point do they say: F this, full focus on 2022 (because of homologation 2021 is possibly and probably also already lost).
They should be saying that right now. New updates and the car was nearly 2.5 seconds off the pace---in the rain
Don't forget, it's a short season this year too. Less time to solve this year's problems.
But you don't tweak 2 seconds + into a car with aero bits and pieces anyway.
They need an entirely new engine, and a clean sheet redesign of the car.
If I was running Ferrari, I would be investing EVERYTHING right now in the new regulation car. It's the only chance they are going to have to catch Mercedes (or anyone else) for years to come.
Binotto is clearly not the man for the job. He should be left doing technical work alone.