Which part of "test out the limits" didn't you understand? That's practice, it happens.NathanOlder wrote: ↑Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:30 pmDefinitely in Q3 you almost want to be rubbing the wall, but Practice2 ??LM10 wrote: ↑Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:21 pmBecause practice is where you test out the limits and step by step go there, also increasing confidence this way.NathanOlder wrote: ↑Fri Sep 14, 2018 8:06 pm
As a lot of people have said, pushing hard on corners with run offs is much less risk than pushing hard on corners with no run off and a wall. Vettels error is definitely bigger than Hamiltons errors.
On skysports I think it was Anthony Davidson who said on Vettels lap that he's running a lot closer to the wall than the Mercedes and RedBull drivers and then less than 1 minute later he tagged the wall.
Why risk so much so early ?
Ferrari 2019 drivers in the wall today
Last year he also kissed the walls in his Q3 run and at the end there was no one even close to his time.
High risk no gain. Lewis and Kimi know they clocked a 1.37.7 flat with room left for a bit more.
Seb was almost as quick as those 2 but broke his car and left next to nothing on the table.
The Vettel-bashing is getting tiring and ridiculous already.