Big Mangalhit wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 16, 2017 4:01 pm
godlameroso wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:30 pm
Ferrari is still the faster car overall in race conditions, and Baku will be much different to last year. I still think Mercedes has a better shot at winning than Ferrari because the road is not bumpy like Monaco. That is the difference I believe, because the reason Ferrari was faster than Mercedes in 2015 Singapore, and was competitive in2016 is because that track is very bumpy. I hope Mercedes capitalizes on it's straight line advantage because Austria is not a track that Hamilton qualifies well on, those two final corners are tricky for him, which means that if Vettel takes pole in Austria, bar any reliability issues or race incidents he should take the win as well.
I might be mistaken but I thought that some drivers complain that the massive straight was a bit bumpy. Do you think the bumps will only influence on corners when tyres are loaded?
Has for the fastest car I am really happy this year we need to wait to see which car is faster and even then they are so close that strategy and drivers have the final saying.
Yes, the bumps affect traction out of corners, as well as on entry. Going through the corners itself is not the issue, it's on entry and exit. Where Hamilton suffers is that he can't feel the threshold of grip when the track is excessively bumpy on entry, this is because Hamilton's style is all about braking as late as possible, and taking a geometrically perfect line.
When the tires are not in their window this phenomena is exaggerated, Bottas is less sensitive to this, when Hamilton can brake as late as he dares with confidence he's nearly unstoppable, as we saw in Canada.
He had issues in Monaco braking for casino square.
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