Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by BradMan, Jun 27, 2019.
Gasly is ghastly...
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does he lack racecraft because the difference in overtakes between them 2 was scary. 1 like a knife through butter another like knife through lurpak. but getting lapped by your teammate who won is not good. its got to the point where i dont want to talk about gasly because after this period of time. its feel like it goes past critism
P45 for Gasly.
Well I happen to think that they both had control of their cars.
Oh yea...that too. That would normally be a big story.
So....what is rule then (unwritten or otherwise)?
More to the point, what should the rule(s) be?
quote of the weekend
Subjective judgements of that kind are good for nothing more than to start war of words. Isn't there some better way how to run this series?
I am blushing admitting, that despite watching F1 for some time, I am totally lost over Masi's explanation (if we can term it that way) when he attempted to explain why Canada and Austria were judged differently. Being of suspicious mind, I stall think that names of drivers involved was the dominant factor in those calls.
Italian press questions Ferrari's 'political weight'
At Canada it was also the judgment of Jarno Trulli and four other stewards who reviewed the tapes. So you may disagree with it, but you cannot offhandedly dismiss it.
So the McLaren is getting better straight line speed from the Renault engine than Renault themselves but not by that much.
Being as they were outperformed by Red Bull with the same engine last year and now McLaren this year I really think that questions need to be asked about what is going on at Enstone right now.
Ricciardo: Current Renault form 'doesn't add up'
Am I right in thinking that this is the longest gap between wins for the Enstone factory since Berger scored their first in the Benneton? What is it 8 years now?
RasputinLives the last time they had a victory was the 2013 Australian GP I think.
Benneton had reg wins all the way from 88 to 96. I think there was a gap before Trulli won for them as Renault which may have been 6 years. Then reg again until 2008 - gap to 2013. I guess they tend to have half decade gaps then. It's just they are the only team in F1 I can think of who has ever been beaten by one of its engine customer teams. Not good.
Were Renault in that race? I don't recall seeing any footage of them. Don't remember seeing Racing Point either.
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