2019 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 15-17

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Re: 2019 Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne, March 15-17

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Honda in P4
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Verstappen's s1 ans s2 times look good, his s3 fell off a bit, either by choice or due to traffic.

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Did anyone watch f1tv.? It was terribly lagy for me. lag lag and more lag. :(

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foxmulder_ms wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 4:35 am
Did anyone watch f1tv.? It was terribly lagy for me. lag lag and more lag. :(
lag was fine for me, and knowing more about how this works than most people, I'd bet the issue isn't with the streaming, but who ever was doing the live shooting/directing/editing/cutting.

I mean, the cdn they are using isn't some random bottom of the barrel company.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tata_Communications
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dans79 wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 3:59 am
tranquility2k4 wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 3:24 am
Anyone know Hamilton's sector times as it looked like he improved sector 2 and 3 on second lap but didn't go quicker in sector 1.
Ham
S1: 27.682
S2: 22.929
S3: 32.941
TT: 1:23.552

Vet
S1: 27.714
S2: 22.968
S3: 32.955
TT: 1:23.637

Lec
S1: 27.755
S2: 22.944
S3: 32.974
TT: 1:23.673

Ver
S1: 27.664
S2: 22.869
S3: 33.259
TT: 1:23.792

Bot
S1: 27.950
S2: 22.833
S3: 33.059
TT: 1:23.842
Wow. Verstappen lost only at 3d sector.

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Great to see Leclerc stepping right into the sharp end no problem. That's a great sign. I think the pair of Ferrari's will be equally quick to each other that should be troublesome with Red Bull and Merc who have one driver that is clearly faster than the other.

Could Honda loss in s3 be pu related--meaning limited? Or chassis? Both?

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Love to see a Honda win here on Sunday


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Mercedes now pounding in some fast laps!
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Chuckjr wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 5:26 am
Great to see Leclerc stepping right into the sharp end no problem. That's a great sign. I think the pair of Ferrari's will be equally quick to each other that should be troublesome with Red Bull and Merc who have one driver that is clearly faster than the other.

Could Honda loss in s3 be pu related--meaning limited? Or chassis? Both?
Sector 3 is slow tighter corners, would expect it to be RB's strength. Maybe this is a sign of more fuel however Hamilton just some impressive laps on fp2. Anyone know how much better his two purple sectors were just now as he didn't go quicker in sector 3 and only improvemed marginally, but the ease in which he was able to improve is impressive. Big gap to verstappen now and gasly just doesn't look at the races.

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Sierra117 wrote:
Brooo which pass do you have? Those are great shots.[/quote]

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This Honda PU looks good. Hope it has reliability


Does anyone here have the long run lap time/count of all teams?

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Interesting to hear that Ric was doing some of Hulks testing in FP1 as Hulk had issues. Maybe explains why he was off the pace compared to Hulk.