Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by FB, Dec 30, 2017.
Interestingly Torro Rosso got more test laps in with Honda this year than they did with Renault!
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I’m not saying Vettel would have been champion, but there’d have been incentive to keep watching. The infrequently entertaining racing was marred by a sense of what could have been too.
70s had Hunt v Lauda
80s had Prost v Senna
90s had Schumacher v Hill & Hakkinen
analise of the winter tests
Lets hope Merc don't fix this before Melbourne.
There is a suggestion Honda were using a new engine every time to mask the reliability matter.
Its easier to have a fast car that is not reliable to work on than a reliable car that is slow because you don't know where the potential.
What will matter is how often Toro Rosso's get lapped by a Mclaren because I am sure that was very seldom last year given Mclarens were always at the back or failed to make it to the end of the race
Well Honda were suggesting they could be top 3 last season so that did sound ambitious given their record since their return
P1 Thanks for the insight if Gary Anderson's observations are correct then we will see Vettel of 2016 return very soon and Arrivabene will be fired before the season is over ... I am surprised he is still at Ferrari given rumours were circulating he was on his way out
The most interesting thing to observe this season will be if Renault and Mclaren as expected will suddenly come through to battle the top 3 at the moment
I am expecting Williams and Toro Rosso to really struggle due to the lack of experience from both driver line ups
Also that Honda rumour has absolutely no basis in fact whatsoever. It is being widely reported though. Mainly by media outlets influenced by Zak Brown. Hmmm.....
that's very cheap and dirty
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