Jolle wrote: piast9 wrote:
dren wrote:Red Bull is about to pass Ferrari in the constructors.
Possibly but I am not sure. Ferrari seems to struggle in cold weather. Hungary usually is nice and warm.
Just raw speed isn't everything for the second place in the constructors anymore, you have to decent finishes with both drivers. The reliability of the Ferrari's plus Kimi's "not every race as fast as it should go" may cost them dearly.
Red bull is next on the reliability karma list... we had Mercedes with hamilton and gearboxes.. we had Ferrari and Vettel and gearboxes...will it be max or ricciardo? Lol
Hopefully the sun stays out like it normally does in Hungary and we have no gearbox issues for any teams.. : )
Red bull it seems has developed some tire usage issues lets see how that plays out in higher temperatures.
I cant wait : )
Oh yea this tidbit from Mercedes paddy lowe explains red bulls world class aero thats the best in F1...[sarcasm off]
"It’s interesting that Red Bull are constantly peddling a story about the low power they’ve got, but just to set the record straight at this event as they often do, they chose to run a higher level of wing than we did.
"Therefore they look like they have less power and they’re quicker in the corners, because that’s the choice they make."
Interesting contradiction of the widely held belief that red bull somehow generates more downforce with their chassis when in fact they normally run more wing like mere mortal teams have to lol
"The Red Bull car is generally a car that functions very well in the wet, with a lot of drag," Wolff added.