Discussion in 'Grand Prix Discussions' started by RasputinLives, May 15, 2017.
I'm quite surprised that I havent!
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Will thet criticize the team tactics in favor of Vettel as
they criticized tactics in favor of Hamilton before?
Team tactics weren't executed in this race. Raikkonen pitted posted a faster laps than he had done previously, but Vettel was able to post even faster laps and pull out a sufficient lead on Raikkonen, despite being on older tyres.
After the pit stops he pulled out a gap of 13 seconds. Clearly, Raikkonen was lacking the pace on the super softs.
He didn't hit the barriers though.
teabagyokel Ok, he didn't finish, but lets not marginalise the fact and achievement that he didn't "kiss" the barrier.
Gotta give credit where credits due. #Blessed
Carlos Sainz must be at the front of the queue for the next top drive that comes available.
If Hulkenberg retires from a race, Renault might as well pack up and go home.
Mercedes have been very scrappy in these first six races. Drivers and team need to shake off any complacency.
However Force India made the strategy blunder of the season to pit Perez so early. Never looked like a Safety Car situation.
Somehow, Haas have made the worst livery on the grid, worse.
Kimi is about 50:50 to win a race this season, I reckon. It will need Vettel to retire.
Two penalty points for Perez after Kvyat clash · F1 Fanatic He looked like a man looking to take part in a destruction derby throughout the race.
but then Kimi couldnt get the gap to stuff Ferraris plan. i think i was 2.3 secs at the most & Vettel was probably getting held up considering the high 15's & low 16s he was doing & Kimi apparently according to sky was in mid 16s. even Riccardio was closing on him but at that point i bet he thought what's the point
Galahad Perez actually damaged his wing so he had to pit because he was losing time
FB Sergio's attitude post race was he had to go for it but he apologised to everyone but Kyvat who's race was ruined by a move which he tried a few years ago on Alonso and came off worse
Incidentally whilst Lance Stroll did not crash in the race his rather panicky reaction to brake problems does not help his reputation
and just raises further questions about whether he should be in F1
Behind all the accusations that Ferrrari are backing Vettel - there are two points to note from that i) Vettel will surely not get the same luxury at Mercedes seeing he is alleged to have held talks about 2018 ii) Ferrari appears to acting to show that Vettel is their man
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