What do you mean?
I don't know for sure, but I think so.
Ominous...godlameroso wrote: ↑Tue Feb 04, 2020 12:36 am
I hope so! I want to see albon qualifying right behind max if he’s on the front row and not in 6th
I mean the highlighted part. The coincidence of posting it now.Ground Effect wrote: ↑Tue Feb 04, 2020 5:33 am
That will be my work then. If some of you want me to look at something at particular, video of that turn or other, etc. Just say. I'm at your service for the 2nd week. I'm excited to see what happens, even more excited than last year... I can't speculate much, because I don't know anything about engineering. But I can see if they are following unusual lines at the track, different sounding PU (remember last year STR sounded a bit different than the RB,because they were using different specs) and that kind of stuff.
https://redbullracing.redbull.com/article/game-2020Game on for 2020
As George Harrison once eloquently sang: ‘it’s been a long, cold, lonely winter’, and while we have all tolerated the deep, dark void that is the off-season over the past two months, last night in London there were signs that F1’s hibernation is over, as Christian, Max and Alex got together for an informal chat about the work of the winter, early expectations for the campaign to come and why, for once in F1, a lack of movement is a good thing.
Of course, at the top of the agenda for the first interview of the year was the inevitable question as to whether the Team can challenge for a title this year and Christian was quick to answer in the affirmative, pointing to stability throughout the Team and in F1 itself this season as a boost to the Team’s chances.