Interesting video. It shows what the commentator doesn't want to say - that Hamilton was quicker through the corner. Sure, Vettel might have got on the power a bit earlier because of his line but Hamilton carried more speed through the corner. The on board showed they were in at the same time but Hamilton was out earlier. The thing about lines in the corner and who got on the power when is interesting but one fact remains - apex speed is key. Hamilton was quicker at the apex and so quicker through the corner.
The one thing the commentator missed is that minimum corner speed is key to lap time. Why so? Quite simple really - the cars carry downforce in order to be quicker in the corners. If you are quicker at the slowest point then you gain more than you do from being quick at the quickest point. The reasoning is left to the reader.
One only has to look at the speed trap times - quite often, (usually?) the pole sitter is not the fastest in the speed trap. The reason is again obvious and left to the reader to consider.
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