He said right thing, just wrote wrong designations. Brasil had hardes combination c1,c2,c3 and abudabi softes combo, c3,c4,c5.M840TR wrote: ↑Mon Dec 02, 2019 4:18 pmIt was C3, C4 & C5 for Abu Dhabi.Xero wrote: ↑Mon Dec 02, 2019 3:37 pmTyres at the Brazilian GP were C3, C4, C5 compounds (C5 being the hardest compound available). At Abu Dhabi we had the C1, C2 and C3. So the hard tyres on offer were the same compound as the Brazilian softs. Most teams struggled to fire up the C5s all season.Nivedanm wrote: ↑Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:39 amIn the last few races, performance on hard tyres had been a week point. It didn't seem so yesterday. Considering they had a strategy disadvantage of not having free tyre choice unlike Perez and Kvyat, their ability to hold positions and overtake the other midfield cars on similar strategies seems promising. If it is due to the upgrades they brought for the race, then it is amazing how they develop the cat till the end to extract every ounce of performance in this car.
Brasil red was white here.