Discussion in 'Grand Prix Discussions' started by Titch, Jul 30, 2017.
Me too as of late.
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Driver - Soft - Super - Ultra - TOT
HAM - 2 - 0 - 1 - 3
BOT - 2 - 0 - 1 - 3
VET - 2 - 0 - 2 - 4
RAI - 2 - 0 - 2 - 4
VER - 1 - 1 - 2 - 4
RIC - 1 - 1 - 2 - 4
- which is more or less invisible to the spectators... save for the Mercs driving away at the front!
Nice to see Force India so high up the order, their strategy of minimum downforce making them fas in sectors 1 and 3 whilst being quite pedestrian in the middle sector could prove more than a little annoying to anyone trying to overtake them.
Speshal - There are 5 of them...
Hamilton 68/200 = 34%
Senna 65/161 = 40.37%
Ascari 14/32 = 43.75%
Clark 33/72 = 45.83%
Fangio 29/51 = 56.86%(!)
So Hamilton is the only one from the era of televised one-hour qualifying sessions, then. Clark, Ascari and Fangio all have a similar rate of winning races. Hamilton is bested there by Schumacher; Senna by Stewart and Prost.
Top work teabagyokel - Have yourself a biscuit
but im a fan of lewis, but huge credit goes to vettel that was arguably a better lap than lewis because i didnt think that ferrari could do that time & really he is the defacto pole man providing he gets a good start. because spa is worse place to get pole. because you just get the slipstreamed down the kemmel straight
According to Sky, it was just a tow, it was a COLOSSAL tow, yeah, they really don’t exaggerate.
Cars, not tyres, now focus of Pirelli vibration investigation
Skip to 30 seconds.
Renault have 34 points, which is 4 times more points than their 2016 season (with just 2 more points).
Honda system confused by Alonso taking Pouhon flat
Honda have some serious problems.
Well, he has been telling them they're fastest in the corners.....
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