I don’t understand what your point is or what all of those variables have to do with the argument... The initial premise was that “Ferrari only has one lap pace and their race pace is the same as the rest of the field”... Bahrain didn’t left that impression, Ferrari was clearly faster than Mercedes and of course Red Bull.etusch wrote:So there are variables. Engine maps, driver likes the track, feel comfortable with the tyres or car settings etc. And of course what was the team strategy for each driver. Will Ferrari feel comfortable again for pushing like leclerc in bahrain?Juzh wrote: ↑Wed Apr 10, 2019 8:17 amMight as well say RB7 and RB9 weren't dominant cars, after all button and alonso both beat webber to second in the championship You always have to compare best perfromances against each other, otherwise above mentioned scenario could actually hold watter, when it doesn't in reality.
Vettel was miles ahead of bottas before the error btw.
That's grasping for straws and making arguments just for the sake of making them. No proof or anything.So maybe Ferrari wanted to show what they are with Leclerc and it ended up with failiure? This is just a teory. We will see it during season.
You have to consider that bottas were accepted that position before leclerc Engine issue. If vettel were front of him at that stage he could push but it was unnecessary
We don’t know what will happen in China and history might not repeat itself... But to say that in Bahrain (which is the only point of data we all have in regards to Ferrari’s race pace) they were all “even” is far from reality.
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