DChemTech wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 29, 2021 6:54 pm
Well, yeah, i cant really believe how many people find it OK that track limits are applied selectively (in the sense of only some corners, not selective in persons), and that the race control informs upfront which corners they police and which ones they wont.
When you go off at some turns, you lose time, risk damaging the car, or both. At other turns if you go off you might gain a micro advantage, but you compromise yourself in some way, dirty ties, poor traction, compromised line for the next corner etc and thus loose any advantage you got.
they only monitor turns that don't fall into the above.
The only odd thing about this weekend is the different guidelines between practice/qualifying and the race (all the drivers knew). And the fact that they changed their mind mid race.