So, yet another Mercedes one-two; yet another Rosberg win; yet another 3rd place for Vettel. Rien ça change.
They were too busy going to commercials to talk about what was really happening.I don't know what your broadcast was like in the UK, but I was amazed that the guys in the US didn't make a bigger deal about Ferrari choosing to run both cars on supersofts after the red flag. I understood the thinking behind it, but considering Ferrari had shown equal pace to Mercedes on the same compound at the beginning of the race I think it's a shame that they didn't try to fight Mercedes straight up until the end. At the very least they should have split the strategy, assuming Raikkonen's car doesn't catch fire.
They were too busy going to commercials to talk about what was really happening.
I used to live in the uk so I got used to sky's first class, ad-free (during the qually/race) production. It was no more expensive than my Verizon service now.I assume as much no matter where you are in the world, short of paying for a commercial free/limited service. NBCSports decided that a 2 plus minute commercial break in the first third of Q1 was a bright idea. So what little action the new qualy rules provided was largely lost over here.