Discussion in 'Drivers' started by RasputinLives, Nov 28, 2012.
Do both drivers get "party mode" and if so do they get it at the same races Galahad ?
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RasputinLives could such a coach actually instill a killer instinct. That blinding will to win?
Obviously I can't answer that, but this chart shows the laptime gain from Q2 to Q3 so far this season. The coloured bar is the mean gain (or loss) - the error bars show the maximum and minimum for individual races.
Bottas has averaged the biggest improvement in the field, at 0.663s against 0.586s for Hamilton. Ricciardo is at 0.655s despite the apparent lack of a "party mode" - draw your own conclusions.
Valtteri Bottas to compete in the Arctic Lapland Rally at the start of 2019 | Formula 1®
There was another driver who decided to do a rally pre-season a whilst back and it didn't turn out too well for him.
Wolff sets target for Bottas to keep Mercedes seat
Valtteri Bottas must perform at the same level as Lewis Hamilton this season if he is going to keep his race seat at Mercedes for 2020, says team boss Toto Wolff. "Valtteri knows exactly where he needs to be next year, He needs to have all the bad luck gone and perform on a level with Lewis. that is what is needed for the 2020 year. He knows very well that, and he has that in him."
So Bottas' problems aree down tto bad luck? Surely he cannot be dropped for that.
Note: the writer of this post has never had genital warts nor does he know if they are something which are recurring. The analogy has been used simply for comedic effect, honest!
that could be the interesting part because i wouldnt put past Wolff to have guaranteed ocon a 2020 seat without telling bottas. as he seemed a bit calm about leaving
but i could see a leclerc dejavu with russell
Don't get me wrong I'm a massive Ocon fan but drivers not driving in anything are very quickly forgotten. I'm sure if we flip back 12 months you'll find various articles on how Wehrlein would take year out and be a 'shoe in' for Bottas seat in 2019.
He's a lot better than most give hime credit for.
Also the Sauber team is run by Bottas/ Hulkenberg's old boss so someone might want to tell Kimi to retire next season if Giovinazzi starts thrashing him
For Bottas to keep his seat - he's got to stay ahead of Le Clerc and Verstappen because I think Mercedes might not win the constructors this season if Valtteri drops like a stone again
but that's assuming Riccardio will beat B team world champion next season
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