I mean you brought up this 'wobble' which we have been referring to apparently as some sort of defining event, when it was completely insignificant and probably cost a tenth or two at most. But I did absolutely mention that I thought the gap was 1.5 seconds and it will have contributed to a tiny amount of that.Sieper wrote: ↑Mon Jun 28, 2021 6:03 pmIt was you who said:El Scorchio wrote: ↑Mon Jun 28, 2021 5:45 pmGood question. It was you who brought it up rather than I, though.
“ Exactly. I don't believe Verstappen really had to push very hard all race, aside from the first couple of laps to get out of DRS range. (Didn't he make 1.5 seconds on lap 1?) It was an absolute walk in the park.”
Which made me think that yes indeed, he had to push the first laps but most races so far one was within a second of the other for multiple laps and in this case Max started to built the gap from the get go almost. From turn 1 really. To which you then disagreed. And agreed. So yes, I have a hard time understanding the “arguement”. There is none.
But yes, there's certainly no argument about the pace difference between the cars throughout the race.