sayshina, i respond in more detail when i get the egergy.
But most of what you are saying, moreso than I, is your opinion and is not fact.
Is it a crime that renault can make a better car than Ferrari, or that Mclaren can get something wrong?
Once again, the fact that McClaren have adopted Red Bulls solution for now does NOT mean the RB solution is better than the McClaren one. You're commiting one of the fundamental errors in scientific study. Just because B follows A does NOT mean A caused B. It doesn't mean A DIDN'T cause B either. You don't know. You need to do more testing. In this case you need to wait and see what McClaren does from here.
The solution is better than if they did not adopt it. So it is better. Had mclaren had their silly solution they probably would not have any points.
Whatever gives you more points is the only justification.
They adopted it for Now because it is better now, and its best to make hay while the sun shines.
Imitation is the best form of flattery.
I am not making any errors in scientific study. Mclaren's solution was not only slow it was unreliable. The testing times and comments from the team support this.
Copying the RB solution only means, ONLY MEANS, that the RB solution is working better than the McClaren solution RIGHT NOW.
Exactly. And the time to get points on the board is now. We don't know what the future holds.
Even if McClaren abandons their solution forever, that STILL does not necessarily mean the RB solution is better, it may only mean the RB solution is close enough to make the McClaren solution not worth fixing.
What!?! That would mean their solution is a pipe dream and not realistic at all, pun intended.
It's not worth fixing, i don't think it will return even in practice even if the 26 is a second faster than the redbull.
We don't even know what is anyway.
You're not going to take my word concerning driver conficence, which is fine.
No i hear you, but you're trying to cover up the car's performance with driver confidence as the sole reason Mclaren were 2 seconds off redbull.
On the other hand, if you had a problem that was causing the vehicle to behave unpredictably, even a tiny problem would cause a massive slowdown.
suppose the tiny problem was the exhaust?
Peformance is determined by the clock, big or small. A problem is a performance issue. Ferrari had a poor car in melbourne, and may have a good one in malaysia. Something on the car just wasn't working. Mclaren's case during testing it was the exhaust solution in isolation.
Your personal religeous belief in the great Newey notwithstanding, the teams don't yet know which solution is closest to the ideal, and you and I certainly don't know.
Well the same can be said of you and Ferrari or Mclaren.
I couldn't give a rat's bum about Newey and his cars. I'm a Mclaren fan, but the truth hurts.
Newey's no god, but the other guys are making him look like one.
You can make no intelligent claims as to which car will prove fastest this season.
That will change as the season progesses, but redbull are in the throne right now.
How's about this prediction?
Williams to be top 3 with new blown floor.
Back to the topic now.