to get to f1, it's a herculean task and you should have had strong staff of people that support and help set right expectations and tell a young driver how to and where to focus on right things. f1 cars are incredibly complex to achieve the full scale of performance from them and if he doesn't know it already, then he didn't do his homework right. his demeanor inside the car doesn't really give a good opinion of his approach or his ability. it appears as if he thinks nailing the throttle gives performance and when that doesn't happen, he shouts on the radio. he doesn't seem to be a naturally patient young man like many around him. he is in red bull and they chew and spit drivers like chewing gum. he need to wake up from the hype given to him, accept that he needs to mend his behavior and work his a** off to even look decent. he definitely doesn't seem to be gifted like many young drivers that have come in the past few years to f1 and with the current attitude, the road ahead is really hard.godlameroso wrote: ↑Sat May 08, 2021 7:26 pmCan you blame him? He's eager to prove himself, and part of growing is controlling your demons. I think once he gets on top of that and the results start coming things will change for him. It's turning that page that's holding him back. As with all things he's his own worst enemy.PlatinumZealot wrote: ↑Sat May 08, 2021 5:22 pmYes. i cehcked again and you are right.etusch wrote: ↑Sat May 08, 2021 5:13 pmI also think that he mean cars balance is not same as he drove p3. Otherwise what can be different? Same engine, same gb and carbon parts. It is normal to be behind against experienced team mate if you are not outstanding talent. It is good he doesn't accept to be beaten or being slow but it is bad if he blame car instead of trying to find what he has to improve with settings or with his drive
Yuki just needs to calm down. I dont really rate drivers who cannot control their emotions and yuki just needs that right now. Just to keep his head down. He needs to realise he has 23 races!