No way that Ferrari can only be fifth after latest updates. Alonso easily kept both Lotus cars behind and even came close to winning the race.beelsebob wrote:I have *no* idea how you put sauber first... I think your pecking order is fairly accurate, except for that... I'd say...AnthonyG wrote:I think it's something like.mx_tifoso wrote:But it does make it odd to not really know who is where in the pecking order.
2.Red Bull and Lotus
(off course dependant on what the track characteristics are, but in general...)
1. Red Bull, Lotus, McLaren (mostly depending on the track)
8. From here the same.
As an aside... how the hell did Hamilton, the master of wearing out tyres, manage to make a set of hards last from lap 34 until the end?
My list would be:
1. Mclaren, because of their Q pace
2. Ferrari, Lotus
3. Sauber, Bull, Williams, Mercedes, Merc coud be even lower, their race performance is pathetic, only their Q is keeping them here
4. Out of pace drivers from top teams; Schumacher, Massa, Senna
5. Force India