And he already lost a very likely British GP win due to picking up the debris. It is quite astounding indeed. The team really helped him here today. After yesterday that was very good for the spirit.
For sure, absolutely thrilling race and perfectly executed. Enjoyed it thoroughly, well done Red Bull.Sieper wrote: ↑Sun Jul 31, 2022 5:26 pmAnd he already lost a very likely British GP win due to picking up the debris. It is quite astounding indeed. The team really helped him here today. After yesterday that was very good for the spirit.
A really enjoyable race, very tense, lots of clean overtakes, good and poor strategy, or maybe better said, understanding of the tires and set up.
chrisc90 wrote: ↑Sat Jul 30, 2022 4:35 pmRussells podium to lose tomorrow. I really dont think the car has the pace for the win, which would be nice to see Russell take his first win.
Ferrari's weekend to make good gains on both the WCC points and the WDC for Charles to pull back a few points to Max. its Charles' time to make up for last weekend now and claw back 10-13points to Max.
Redbull need a miracle tomorrow in the race. Pace wise they seem to have a good car but be interesting to see how well they can get back through the field.
https://www.autosport.com/f1/news/red-b ... /10346884/Red Bull planned to start Hungarian GP on hard F1 tyres
Red Bull has revealed that it originally planned to start Formula 1's Hungarian Grand Prix on the hard tyres,
in a move that would almost certainly have derailed its victory charge.
With Max Verstappen starting down in 10th on the grid after his engine problem in qualifying, and team-mate Sergio Perez one place further back, Red Bull's simulations had shown that the best route to deliver a good result was to have a long first stint on the hard.
But difficulties that both drivers had in switching even the soft tyre on en route to the grid prompted Red Bull to scrap its initial idea.