LM10 wrote: ↑
Mon Oct 22, 2018 2:24 pm
It’s from italian motorsport.com.
It's the only bit that is carrying the story, however, and it appears to be a speculation piece. Italian media having a dig at Ferrari's main rival? If that was the British media having a dig at Ferrari, people on here would be shouting how terrible and biased the British media are etc.
Let's wait and see if we get confirmation from elsewhere first, like, perhaps the FIA.
I'd be more supportive of the idea that Mercedes weren't helped by the late change in minimum tyre pressures, to be honest. That I could see as causing an issue one way or another.
I think, however, that Ferrari's resurgence actually meant that the Mercedes need to be driven harder to keep up and this meant they cooked the tyres. It was just like early season, before Ferrari appears to have aerodynamically dropped the ball with their update package.
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