I hope you're right, I'd love the midfield guys to be able to fight the front guys if the front guys have any issues and have to come back through the field. When it happens this year, most of the midfield jump out the way as they know they have no chance to keep a front car behind them. If next year some of Renault, F.I , Haas, Sauber ect are within a second of the top 3 teams then they may try and hold them back as they may feel they can keep them back.TAG wrote: ↑Wed Nov 28, 2018 6:38 pmBeing able to follow closely and not having to nurse the tires as much. That's been the stated goals, so the takeaway IMO will be that the gap between worst to first will compress quite a bit. Turbo and batteries are the main areas left for making power gains. Aero "complexity" for lack of a better word is being decreased, but that's not really what will be going on, we know that areas of the car such as floors and barges will likely be asked to work double time to make up for the loss of outwash effect. Interesting times indeed, but I think come Barcelona next year we'll be looking at around a 2 second qualifying gap between first and last.