Andres125sx wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 24, 2022 6:59 am
I think it does. Even if Ocon is performing on sundays Alonso is performing higher, only the reliability issues have caused Ocon to be higher in the table, so once it´s equalled, and if the trend continues with Alonso starting the races higher in the grid, he will beat him at the end of the season
Yeah, he could of made up a huge chunk of points in Montreal had he not had another PU issue and could have finished on the podium. You got to wonder when another oportunity like that will come again (with one driver from each of the top 2 teams being out and a race in the Alpine chassis sweetspot).
They have another big upgrade for Silverstone.....Really like how thier budget/year has been orginaized. They just barely got the car built in time for the preseasons tests, arguably a little late and really a car that was designed as a building block. It arrived as a lego style car that allow for limiting the scope of upgraded parts, keep costs of upgrades down. The upgrades have literally been coming since the first race.
The first good floor pictures with what RBR are doing with the floor came out at the end of April, End of April plus 8 - 10 weeks takes to a window to incorporate some of those upgrades. Alpine have started to incorperate what they're seeing around the grid, hopefully they've a major upgrade for the floor coming this week.