zoroastar wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:50 pm
mwillems wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 08, 2019 10:15 pm
proteus wrote: ↑
Sat Jun 08, 2019 8:37 pm
Send them a letter with your demands. Im sure they will get their act together because of it.
Even worse, a Howler like in Harry Potter.
Pretty decent day today, not as great is we'd like, but certainly not bad. In race pace we will naturally be faster and I think we can push for a P6 on merit and given some luck, maybe a bit more. Hopefully we will stay out of trouble tomorrow and make the right strategy calls.
However, I will repeat myself once more, Carlos is not a team leader, he is not a bad driver at all, but he is not a strong driver and will need to be replaced either next season or the season after. Too many times he makes a small misjudgement with a larger cost. However, he is great value for money and good enough to give us some good results whilst we take the massive savings on salary and develop the car.
really? so what do you suppose they do with the guy that he beats almost every week that he has a clean race? i remember sainz being right there with verstappen in their rookie season. i dont think anyone has enough evidence to say that carlos cant compete with most drivers in the same car. maybe he cant, and maybe he can, but one qualy session doesnt tell us one way or the other.
I didn't say it was based on one qualy session, and I'm unsure as to why you'd think that. He's made multiple mistakes at crucial times and has now compromised 3 out of 6 races.
I dont doubt his pace, I doubt his consistency and judgement this season.
I personally dont factor in his performance from years back. He's not number 1 driver level right now no matter what promise he showed in the past.
Give a man a fire, and he will be warm for a night.
Set a man on fire, and he will be warm for the rest of his life.