SR71 wrote: ↑
Thu Aug 03, 2017 8:27 pm
IF Lewis was really playing the long game he would have known he was never getting past either Ferrari and focused on a legitimate pass on his own, slower teammate, securing 3 crucial points.
problem is the car producing a wake meant he couldnt pass even his own teammate.
reminds me of the RedBulls dominating era.
When the RedBulls were in the front and free of other car's wake, they were unstoppable.
Then when for some reason they were in the field, they were still blazingly fast, but had a lot more trouble with the wake of other cars compared to the competition.
It seems Ferrari is less affected by the wake of other cars, which could explain why they're better adapt to stay or get close to the mercs, and for that matter, pass them - they are somehow less affected by the wake.