Yeah the same redbull car that was quicker than Ferrari and Mercedes on Monaco needs to work on its rear. The data shows Honda is the weakness here, judging by post race reaction from Tanabe they realise this, his words were " as soon as". Even max on fresh mediums took few laps to overtake the Renaults who were on old hard rubbers and they were lapping within few tenths of Max not the 0.8 delts between the tyres.
In motogp there were rules keeping competition alive or they were making rules to make it.
If I examined with same questions with native English speaker, can we say that it is fair exam as it is same for both. No.Bill wrote: ↑Mon Jun 10, 2019 3:29 pmA fair system is when the rules are the same for everyone.in moto gp the rules to move to spec ecu cost the Japanese manufacturers while the likes of Ducati didn't change anything. Honda had to learn new electronics give up its screamer of an engine and build a Big Bang .yamaha never recovered and thus hurting Rossi fans the biggest crowd drawer
No access to dutch material but Jos Verstappen retweeted the link belowseense wrote: ↑Mon Jun 10, 2019 7:46 amDo you watch the interviews with Max on dutch television? Over and over again Max is saying the biggest problem is RB15's lack of grip, the RB14 was a better car and that the honda engine is fine. Ofcourse more power from the engine is welcome, but thats the case for every team.
From an interview with Max yesterday.McMika98 wrote: ↑Mon Jun 10, 2019 6:23 pmNo access to dutch material but Jos Verstappen retweeted the link belowseense wrote: ↑Mon Jun 10, 2019 7:46 amDo you watch the interviews with Max on dutch television? Over and over again Max is saying the biggest problem is RB15's lack of grip, the RB14 was a better car and that the honda engine is fine. Ofcourse more power from the engine is welcome, but thats the case for every team.
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Clearly Max and pop aint happy with the current performance.
Max is talking about the chassis. The engine needs only a little bit more power ( because you want always more he said).In an Italian newspaper, CEO Helmut Marko expressed his concerns this weekend about whether they can keep Verstappen, with the current weapons. His contract with Red Bull will only end at the end of next year, but the Dutchman would have an escape clause in his commitment. Faced with Marko's statements, Verstappen reacted calmly after his race. ,, We all know it needs to be better, but I believe in the project we started with Honda. We all work very hard to make progress in terms of performance and we will see where that will take us in the coming races. With a little more power and more balance it can all look very different. In Monaco we were the second best team. I knew in advance that things would not go so well here in Canada. Last year (when he came in second in Montreal, ed.) our car was a lot better than that of Mercedes and Ferrari, but now I would not dare to say that we are superior to them. It is no secret that we have to improve the car considerably, but we already know that from the start of the season. So this is not a shock to me, what has happened here. "
He works on Spanish TV, Movistar F1. And before the GP started, he was on the grid with one of the RB15, and said that while explaining the upgrades they had on Canada. He didn't said the source as usual, but he is well informed, so I trust him.
Granted the chassis isnt quite Merc level but it is clearly better than Renault yet both cars were ahead of Gasly who was on similar startegy.