GPR -A wrote: ↑
Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:44 am
What exactly is great here? Speed at the braking of Turn 14? If so, A. Hamilton was faster than Bottas at that stage of the qualifying.
Refer the video here (Hamilton Vs Bottas pole). Bottas was faster after Turn 14 and into Turn 16, which gave him pole. B. But for most of the lap, it was Hamilton who was ahead, especially in critical breaking zones.
So if you can get Lewis' numbers, then add to that table and then measure. C. Like I said, it's all about driver when it comes to braking.
Here we go again
- A. Who cares? Style, setup, better-worse part. You only draw conclusion you like e.i no "he was rubbish" in high speed (or whatever) part. I guess it's not "up to driver" in those corners, car drives itself
- B. They were not that critical if they don't give you the fastest lap. I understand pretenses of context but it's still BS.
- C. Clearly the best cars might be of some assistance.
Anyway who cares about RB's made up advantages, they will be third best.