Just_a_fan wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 25, 2021 3:20 pm
It was to do with the tightness of the lines and thus the whether one was bale to be a bit quicker approaching his box than the other. It's their analysis, not mine, I just mentioned it in case others missed it.
I went back and rewatched Joylon's analysis. Joylon said that Hamilton had the more comfortable pit box entry, but regardless.
His conclusions otherwise were
* Max took the corner into the pit entry with a better line for the pit entry gained 1/10s
* Max was later on the brakes for the speed limit line gained 3/10s or slightly more
* Max braked later into his box than Hamilton gained 2/10s (although technically this is the phase you refer to as Hamilton having the nicer line in, not what Joylon thought, but ymmv)
* Hamilton got better traction out of the box and gained 1/10s
I wish the F1TV Joylon things were on Youtube, they are great.