mzso wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 13, 2019 4:57 pm
jjn9128 wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:49 pm
The way the battery management ebbs and flows is interesting... at one point the Audi cars looked to be falling off the cliff then a few laps later they were back on the pace. Personally I find these strategies more interesting than the equivalent F1 fuel and tyre saving.
I'd rather have more on-track action than having to resort to watching numbers changing to not get bored.
Let´s do a quick summary...
- The race winner started the race from 10th position
- The two leaders in the race for most part of it collided and one DNF while the other fell down to 4th
-Vergne, second in the grid, while trying to take the lead crashed and was last (21th) after first corner in first lap.... but finished the race 5th after an awesome recovery
- First lap incident was funny, I watched it around 4-5 times because I found pretty funny hearing the crashes, first Vergne, then that Audi I´m not sure who was, then Vandoorne and his teammate... I could count 4-5 crash sounds in the broadcast
This is way more on-track action than you see at any F1 GP