carisi2k wrote: ringo wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 17, 2019 3:32 am
I'm not worried. The car looks good on the track. It may be a matter of tweaking the setup to get more out of it. I don't think Mclaren is a league ahead.
The bigger challenge is the Haas, that is strewn with Ferrari 2019 parts. They seem to be out of reach for Renault.
Except it didn't look good on the track. Martin brundle said as much on friday saying that probably only mclaren, racing point and williams were worse through the quick s bends. Atleast the cars were quick off the line.
I would take whatever Brundle says with a grain of salt... On boards from the teams show the likes of Mclaren on the faster side when it came down to turns 11 - 12.
Brundle also said that the Ferrari was more composed, planted and seemed faster than the Mercedes and that turned out to be off the mark too.
The onboards for the cars actually show that the Renault looks very solid and planted through the lap.
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