Sieper wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:57 pm
AeroDynamic wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:47 pm
Sieper wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 22, 2021 1:43 pm
It would make sense to you. But then again, you haven’t the slightest prove
, not even watched onboards so it is Just a thought. Did they have the same wing, Max has a Mercedes wing? The passing or none passing of tests has not been published. The made a point of that, it was just base line data gathering. All we know is that the wings did not have to pass any new test this weekend.
Do you? Or Horner?
How else did max damage his wing? We saw it with Pierre and the kerbs killed several tyres.
I did see the damage on his front left wing. There was a small chip on the front side. It was there very early in the race already. I personally think it happened right away when he had to make room for Alonso. There was a small moment when he came on track again.
Could also happen on the kerbs, for sure max was on there at least one time on the race (shown in the live feed) and with high rake the FW is closer to the ground so there is more danger.
But I am not the one selling the Lewis is smart and stays of the kerbs and that is the only reason dumb Max who took the risk lap after lap and only that way he could keep up without a shred of proof.
Sierper, there was no intention behind my comments to say Max was being dumb. Only that Max took powerful FL and Lewis’ hands may have been tied in the situation, as he was being risk adverse about the kerbs. Max’s damage suggests to me he was using more track to find the time, that’s all.
If you keep assuming everyone has an agenda, you will simply read into things that aren’t there. Like looking at ghosts
I don’t think his wing damaged from Alonso, I don’t think they made contact and I think only his rear right wheel went onto the Astroturf. I don’t recall sparks there? I also think max suggests it happened a few laps in, no? His pace was good in the first laps, I’m sure I remember his pace changing a bit after that.