When Kimi is such no nonsense they still can't tell him it straight. Sheds light on intra team communication at Ferrari. @ 4:50. Also amazing how Bottas mentions it but doesn't really seem pissed off by 'Valtteri It's James'. @10:19 and @11:00
[media]siskue2005 wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 7:02 pmTrue, i never was an Alonso fan, only now i am starting to appreciate his skills, some of his race starts were phenomenal over the years.... and his placement of car in such tight situations in start and close fights have always been top notch.... and coming to your point, yes i think Alonso wouldnot have crashed in the same situation even if there was Kimi and Lewis on the other side of MaxTAG wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 6:57 pmThe question you should be asking is; if it was Alonso, Verstappen and Kimi, would Alonso have crashed into Kimi. He's known to have great peripheral awareness which is the reason he's often able to make great starts. Being aggressive is the easy part.
Just look at his 2013 Spanish GP start and race overtakes
Only other driver with equal awareness i would say is schumacher, then closely followed by Lewis
Like in vidio posted in previous post?siskue2005 wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 4:47 pm
Sorry, i didnt understandsosic2121 wrote: ↑Fri May 22, 2020 7:44 amLike in vidio posted in previous post?siskue2005 wrote: ↑Thu May 21, 2020 4:47 pmYup true, there are countless instances like that
I think some other teams stopped their work at the same time as well. I don’t know, if the FIA made it be fair eventually. Other teams having more working time would be quite an unfair thing of course.jumpingfish wrote: ↑Wed May 27, 2020 6:33 amIn March, Ferrari stopped the factories in Maranello, before the FIA moved the summer holidays to spring and increased their duration. In May, Ferrari and the rest of the teams began to resume their activities, does this mean that Ferrari had fewer working days than the rest of the teams based in the UK?