Manoah2u wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:21 am
It hurts more with grosjean not stopping to crash into his teammate and, as usual, blaming the other.
how long must we suffer seeing that embarassing driver in the field? please, replace him during the summer break.
Grosjean had beyond excellent qualifying, very good race, was quicker than Magnussen in the race which is what 70% of '19 season?, lost time with Leclerc foul, was quicker at the time of an overtake, took normal, clean outside line. Magnussen defended more (standard slide across) than against every other driver that was overtaking him at this stage of the race. The only question is why they didn't use TO. I don't care either way (use it or not) but it made sense.
Outside of awful racing management, they act badly (first clash), too late (after Silverstone) or not at all (this race), drivers are just about the only thing that works in this tin pot
Situation when they put Australia package midseason
with whatever percentage of DF and get to top 10 (second best midfield team) or close to it in the first attempt at Silverstone is emberrassing to team management. Even paying the price of running brand new team instead of buying exisiting one (accumulated know how) can't explain this.
Steiner knows all the above well so no wonder he prefers to talk about meaningless clash than basic reality of his complete failure of '19 season.