Big Tea wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:43 am
the EDGE wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:24 am
Moore77 wrote: ↑
Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:03 am
Getting Vettel into Aston Martin is a great news. Just shows their ambitions to be serious contenders that, they want to go beyond pay drivers. Like I mentioned earlier, with Toto being a share holder, they will continue to get more assistance from Mercedes and who knows, there might even be some key staff transfers from second layer of the pool from Brackley to Silverstone with the upcoming budget restrictions for 2022 that would force Mercedes to let go some people. All in all, a very good situation for Aston Martin and Vettel.
With McLaren on the rise and with also powered by Mercedes, if stroll and company (Aston Martin) could pump in more money, this team could start making serious inroads towards to the top 3 with that Mercedes at the back.
That’s a very good point about the transfer of staff
However I would say that if Aston Martin was serious then they would’ve dropped stroll and kept Checo.
I honestly can’t see this move being good for either party
Seb and Stroll probably less sparks than Seb and Checo
Well there’s no doubt Checo’s a fiery character is there, & Seb is not far behind (if at all), but both are capable of respect Nowadays
If the 22 regs achieve their goal, then the driver is supposed to be the differentiator, i’ve never been a fan of Checo, Stroll or Seb, So I can honestly say without prejudiced that if it was my car they were driving, that would be the order I’d go after them in