iotar__ wrote:Why does it matter if one corner is almost flat or not? Is this some supposed talent measurement from good old days or achievement of new rules? I've got bad news for you, differences between cars and engines are so big and fixed that one corner won't make a difference, taking a nap on a long straight will. Although one tricky corner sent one dominant car to ninth in Austria.
Can Williams challenge Merc a bit? I want to be wrong but no. Merc - Williams - RB-Merc engine who cares-Alonso, zzzzz.
It matters because it makes Spa either a fun track with history, or one of the most challenging in the world. Before Eau Rouge was flat out, it was considered one of the ultimate tests of skill to get through it with a lot of momentum. That may or may not be the case this year.