There isn’t a 2022 race in Qatar. And it’s likely 2023 will be at a different venue.
I expected it to be a procession but they were able to overtake even if just DRS on the main straight. The coverage didn't show the speed through the "T8-like" loop and the circuit looks quite similar all around the track which meant it was easy to forget where a driver is on the circuit. Many tracks you just know where the driver is almost instantly just from the background etc.
I like keeping it straightforward and simple. Maximum attack from here on out!!!
Ah! Must have been Norris then. Thanks. Either way a bit of a worry. Two failures in Baku was two too many. Four here was many too many.RZS10 wrote: ↑Sun Nov 21, 2021 9:54 pmhttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/FEut9RYWQAQ ... name=large
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Mick got 34 laps out of the mediums on his second stint with a lighter car.
Mazepin managed 31 laps on the first stint.
Bottas' M went pop at 33 laps, keeping in mind the 3 laps from Q2, so rather a total of 36.
Latifi's H went after 32 laps, same tyre age as Russell's.
Norris' H also had an issue and that was after only 24 laps on that set - same lap count as Max and Lewis when they pitted for the second time.
The serrated white curbs outside the red ones are definitely the cause