Juzh wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 24, 2019 10:51 am
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Logic does not seem to be your strong suit.
When you're already 10kmh down in speed traps below that are 300 or even 290 kmh while having the best traction on the grid then you know the PU is trash and there's nothing you can do about. Forget lack of deployment, you have no power in the first place.
Go a step further than just getting immersed in stupid sarcasm. If a car gets out of the corner faster, it tends to achieve better speeds by the time the speed trap comes. Once again, pay attention, I am debating the zones where downforce plays a role and there are plenty of circuits with sectors where there are no long straights, but cover multiple corners within a sector. Please explore them and enlighten us with some real time numbers. Don't simply quote a self deceit with the speed trap numbers. The day you get out of self imposed hibernation of Red Bull lacked powerful PU, may be things become more clear.
Look at Marina bay, which has hardly any straight in S3 and look how the numbers stacked. At the finish line speed trap, Hamilton was 279.7 and Verstappen was 274.6. Just 5 kmph!
I am sure this year is going to give you plenty of answers. For once, I am happy that Honda is producing a PU which is closer to Mercedes/Ferrari. By Red Bull's own self admission, Honda is 10 hp down on Mercedes, which is just one tenth per lap. That should bust this myth of RB builds best chassis claims.
You complete post is, simply egoistic and self serving. Someone who simply doesn't know how to handle arguments without being personal, rude and ridiculous. I thought you are better than that. My bad