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Qual – No – Driver – Qual Result – Ideal Lap – Flaw
1 - 44 - L.HAMILTON - 01:31,678 - 01:31,678 - 00,000
2 - 5 - S.VETTEL - 01:31,864 - 01:31,809 - 00,055
3 - 77 - V.BOTTAS - 01:31,865 - 01:31,865 - 00,000
4 - 7 - K.RAIKKONEN - 01:32,140 - 01:32,012 - 00,128
5 - 3 - D.RICCIARDO - 01:33,033 - 01:32,911 - 00,122
6 - 19 - F.MASSA - 01:33,507 - 01:33,499 - 00,008
7 - 27 - N.HULKENBERG - 01:33,580 - 01:33,524 - 00,056
9 - 26 - D.KVYAT - 01:33,719 - 01:33,553 - 00,166
8 - 11 - S.PEREZ - 01:33,706 - 01:33,705 - 00,001
10 - 18 - L.STROLL - 01:34,220 - 01:33,930 - 00,290
1/1000th of a second = 5.9 centimeters
How about the Ferrari now was potentially based on the ideals of James Allison before he was sacked and now he is at Mercedes.
When Adrian went from Williams to Mclaren in 1997. The Williams was clearly the fastest car but the gap disappeared from 2 seconds to basically nothing by the end of the season. Whereas the Mclaren under Newey who started late due to being forced on garden leave and therefore could not make an impact on 1997 Mclaren's design. It took until about mid season when Mclaren were probably the quickest car on the grid under Newey
So I think Ferrari have to make the most of what they have now until Allison fully unlocks the potential of the Mercedes which could become unbeatable by then
An interesting name on the top 10 ... Dani Kyvat who out qualified the highly rated Sainz again. It looks Dani has found pace of Carlos because the gap was constantly last year 0.3 to 0.5 seconds and now its dead level or slightly quicker
I think this should be watched closely especially as Sainz is probably the most coveted driver available aside from Alonso who has not got a contract tying him down
On the pre-season tests Sainz was constantly faster.
And I doubted that Daniil will find his pace.
I hope that today result isn't only technical problem on the Sainz car
olegg Dani is closer to Carlos than he was last year so part of that must be his head is in the right place
Everyone was marvelling at Alonso finishing 13th when the expectancy was that he would be near the back but that was more down to the other guys not having to abort their laps at the end of q1
But there is rain tomorrow so could be a lottery
Alonso was in 10th at the end of P1, there were not enough drivers slowed by the accident to push him out of Q2.
Lewis Hamilton knew it was a pole lap soon he finished he pulled a great lap at right time. But amazing 3.4 mile circuit & vettel bottas separated by 0.001s. Looking to tomorrow hopefully we have no farce like brazil & Verstappen has a brazil squeal
How much was the bet for?
It's equal with Clark
106th POD for HAM
It's equal with Prost
It is 3rd for him
1 - CLARK Jim - 8
2 - ASCARI Alberto - 5
3 - SCHUMACHER Michael - 5
4 - STEWART Jackie - 4
5 - SENNA Ayrton - 4
6 - MANSELL Nigel - 4
7 - VETTEL Sebastian - 4
8 - PIQUET Nelson - 3
9 - HAMILTON Lewis - 3
Yes Max we know. Bravo.
Lance Stroll made a better showing this time out, him & perez both at fault i feel, because when you go onboard with perez, stroll should looked in his mirrors & perez should be experienced enough not go 2 a breast into that corner espically in such tricky wet/dry conditions. Still believe that f1 needs a few changes reducing dirty air main one but we are on the right road with tyres that can follow but its long road
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