Let me rephrase: perhaps the W10's tyre issues in testing were preventing it from reaching optimal cornering speeds, but from prior years, such issues didn't affect the W08 and W09 around Barcelona, two chassis that were also impacted by relatively similar tyre issues.GPR -A wrote: ↑Mon Mar 11, 2019 4:06 pmIf your point is to prove that, Ferrari is a better car than Mercedes, then you are free to believe so. But if the idea is to understand the issues with Mercedes, then you need to have an independent approach towards the issues. With that, if a car is having tyre warming issues and the tyres are not in right working window, the car is going to naturally have problems in the cornering performance.mkay wrote: ↑Mon Mar 11, 2019 3:31 pmMerc engineers may say the W10 doesn't have "too little" downforce - which is fair, perhaps - but Ferrari has been the best car over testing on medium and high speed corners and also the most stable under heavy breaking, all signs pointing to it having loads of downforce.
Anyway, we will see in Melbourne. Thanks for the downvote.