Pierce89 wrote:I think the relative ratings between the two sides of this argument says enough. You look at an unsuccessful package and decided every part must be bad. F1 doesn't work that way.
Certainly agreed: relative ratings evidently do not reflect the ability to understand. They are what they are after all.
For instance some, hmmm, highly rated guys around here, have the ability to listen to Kimi complaining for an entire season about the front end, the balance, the break by wire, the lack of traction and interpret that as a compliment to the F14Turd downforce ahahahah. Oh well. This is pure entertainment, thanks !
And please, do enjoy the following, just one example:
http://f1team.leiaja.com/em-8-raikkonen ... e-no-f14t/
More importantly, I have read that Kimi's inability to adapt to the car was in good part the result of the pull-rod suspension, who knows, may be the time has come indeed to get rid of that thing ? We shall see with the new car, my guess is that the new Ferrari will have finally abandoned it.